Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and the fifth largest city in Australia.Read More
As the home of many famous wineries and produce farms, Adelaide is a mecca for foodies and lovers of wine. As Australia’s very own “city of churches”, Adelaide also draws history buffs and people who appreciate great architecture to the many heritage-listed churches and other buildings from early settlement.
TFE Hotels (Toga Far East Hotels) offer stylish and affordable hotel and serviced apartment accommodation, located in the heart of Adelaide.
Adelaide was created with the idea of building a place full of open spaces. As a result, wide streets, city squares, parklands and even paddocks, are plentiful.
This is a city with an appreciation for the finer things in life, with a café culture that embraces not only coffee, but responsibly sourced tea, as well as local food and condiments.
Connoisseurs of wine and beer feel right at home among the wineries and boutique breweries in the area. Most of them have award-winning restaurants attached and cellar doors where you can taste and buy wine, beer, olives, cheese, honey and much more.
Toga Far East's fantastic hotels and serviced apartments are designed and located to give you the most comfortable and convenient experience as you enjoy all that Adelaide has to offer.Read Less
Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury is located in Adelaide’s CBD, adjacent to the Town Hall. The heritage-listed former Treasury building overlooks Victoria Square and is three blocks from Rundle Street Mall.
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A natural history museum that is recognised as a global leader in Australian Aboriginal heritage as well as scientific research.
Not only great way to find out about the wine making process, but also an architectural treat.
Hosted at the Adelaide Oval, this museum presents history and the personal items and memorabilia of an Australian cricket legend.
Founded on the site of a destitute asylum, this is the first museum dedicated to the social history of migration in Australia.
Immaculate gardens with tropical specimens, an impressive lake, and a food and wine centre.
This is more of a garden full of animals than a traditional zoo, with some great ‘behind the scenes’ experiences, including petting and feeding areas.
An hour’s drive from the city is Australia’s best known wine region is set in a picturesque landscape with friendly, welcoming local producers.
Tour the brewing house, bottling hall, history museum and sampling room, to find out how great beer is made and consumed.
Take a free tour following the ‘life cycle’ of chocolate, in this iconic chocolatier.
An outdoor theatre that provides a range of performances all year, and free music festivals in the summer.
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