With plenty of places to stay and plenty of things to see and do, backpackers flock to Adelaide to enjoy its many delights. This city is jam packed full of fun, adventure and a little bit of relaxation thrown in for good measure. When making your way through SA, Adelaide should definitely be on your list of places to visit. Whether you wish to visit for an upcoming event or to see what the city itself has install for you, you will quickly discover the Adelaide boasts an endless list of attractions, activities and backpacker accommodation!
All throughout the year, winter or summer, backpackers venture down to the southern parts of Australia so experience where the Barossa Valley and beautiful Adelaide Hills meets the sea. With pristine beaches, National Parks, wineries, nightlife, shopping, adventure and fun filled activities, all backpackers will won’t more than just a couple of days to truly experience Adelaide to its fullest extent. Choose from many great places to stay, with a range of hostels both in the city and within the surrounding suburbs or by the water’s edge. They are all very reasonably priced, offering comfortable and clean accommodation as well as a list of onsite facilities to make your stay relaxing. The staff are always on hand to assist you with anything that you may need, from tour bookings to transfers.
The city is where you will find the main concentration of hostels so that you will have the shopping, dining and awesome nightlife right at your doorstep. With clubs, bars, cocktail lounge bars, pubs and bistros lining the streets, you can really have a great night out in the city of Adelaide. Dine at one of the many restaurants to start your night out right and kick on into the night on the dance floor while listening to an international DJ pump out some great tunes. There are also touring bands, local gigs, international acts and organised events where backpackers can pre book tickets to for some great days out. You can find free attractions to visit in Adelaide and attractions that really don’t cost that much to enjoy! Surfing, swimming and beach fishing are all really affordable by simply jumping on the city tram to Glenelg to spend the day at the beach or you may even like to join a fishing or diving charter while you are here.
You can book onto a huge range of tours, from hiking, wine tasting, four wheel driving, sightseeing and more! Visit Hahndorf, the last remaining German Settlement in the Adelaide Hills where there is much to see or take a trip to Victor Harbour where you can ride a roller coaster, take a horse drawn cart ride across the bridge to Granite Island where you will see fury penguins and a variety of wildlife in their natural habitat. You can swim with dolphins and sea lions, wander through museums, go kayaking, go bike riding or join a river cruise. Many backpackers use Adelaide as their starting point to visit Kangaroo Island and all it has to offer as well as base themselves in Adelaide to explore the Adelaide Hills and surrounding wine country. With all of its history, culture, adventures, thrilling attractions, fun filled activities and excellent choices of backpacker accommodation, it is no wonder why thousands of backpackers visit Adelaide every year.