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Take a wine tasting tour
A few of Australia’s top wine regions are located within an hour’s drive of Adelaide: the Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, and Adelaide Hills. The Barossa is the most famous of the three and is home to about 150 vineyards. McLaren Vale is even larger, boasting an impressive collection of about 160 wineries. Adelaide Hills is a bit smaller with around 60 cellar doors, but it’s also the closest to the city centre. Each of the regions specialises in cool-climate wines like shiraz, cabernet sauvignon, and chardonnay. If you enjoy wine tasting, make sure at least one of the regions is on your to-do list while you’re travelling from Bundaberg to Adelaide – you could even try to hit all three!
Explore Adelaide Botanic Garden
Adelaide Botanic Garden sits at the northeastern corner of the CBD and provides a relaxing escape from the busy city. Several walking paths wind through the Botanic Garden, leading visitors past gorgeous displays of plants and flowers that represent different climates and other parts of the world. Some of the spots to visit within the Botanic Garden include the Australian Forest, Australian Native Garden, International Rose Garden, Water Mediterranean Garden, and colourful Dahlia Garden.
Visit North Terrace Cultural Precinct
The North Terrace is the number one place to get in touch with Adelaide’s cultural side. The street is lined with some of the city’s main cultural attractions, including the South Australian Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia, National War Memorial, and the State Library of South Australia. Pop in to see different exhibits – each place is free to visit – or simply enjoy a nice walk along the Northern Terrace taking in the historic architecture and pretty tree-lined streets.
The CBD is Adelaide’s main hub, and it’s the ideal base if you’re travelling from Bundaberg to Adelaide for the first time. This is where you’ll find many of the city’s main attractions – the museums and monuments along the Northern Terrace, Adelaide Central Market, Rundle Mall, Adelaide Botanic Garden, and Adelaide Zoo. It’s also home to some of Adelaide’s best cafes, restaurants, shops, and nightlife. The entire CBD is surrounded by parklands, so even in the busy city centre, you’re never too far from quiet nature.
Venture northwest of the city centre where you can visit one of the city’s most historic neighbourhoods, Port Adelaide. The suburb sits along the Port Adelaide River and features elements of history around every turn. There are cobblestone laneways, preserved warehouses from the 1800s, and tourist attractions like the SA Maritime Museum and restored ships. In recent years, Port Adelaide has also become one of the most trendy parts of the city. Alongside the maritime history, visitors can enjoy plenty of fun and eclectic things like colourful street art, craft breweries, and stylish restaurants.
Glenelg is the place to be if you want to enjoy beach time while holidaying on Bundaberg to Adelaide flights. The coastal suburb is located right on St Vincent Gulf and has one of Adelaide’s best beaches that’s loved by both visitors and locals alike. Enjoy a scenic coastal walk along the Esplanade and head out on the Glenelg Jetty where you’ll be treated to stunning sunset views. Over on Jetty Street, you’ll find an outstanding selection of restaurants, bars, and boutique shops. The city tram comes to Glenelg – you can catch it into the heart of the city centre in less than 30 minutes.
Public Transport and How to Get Around
Adelaide is home to three forms of public transportation: trams, trains, and buses.
Three tram lines connect popular areas of Adelaide. You can catch the tram from the Entertainment Centre to the CBD, along the Northern Terrace, through the CBD, and out to Glenelg. Visitors can even make the most of a free tram zone in the city centre.
The Adelaide train network is spread across 11 lines, all of which originate at Adelaide Central Station. From there, each one extends into the suburbs.
There are 387 bus routes that wind their way around the city and suburbs of Adelaide. The City Connector bus is a great resource for visitors – it’s free to ride and stops at many central Adelaide attractions. You can also make your way by bus from the airport into the city after arriving on Bundaberg to Adelaide flights – JetBus makes stops in both Glenelg and the CBD.
Would you like to plan some day trips or see the region outside of the city? Hiring a car will offer you the most freedom to explore once you leave the city limits. You can head out on a road trip through the Adelaide Hills and down south toward Port Elliot and Victor Harbor.
Are there direct flights from Bundaberg to Adelaide?
No, flights between Bundaberg and Adelaide include a stopover in Brisbane.
How do I get from Bundaberg to Adelaide?
You can catch a flight with Qantas in order to travel from Bundaberg to Adelaide. Flights can arrive in about five and a half hours, including a stopover in Brisbane.