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What’s free is a comprehensive list of free things to do in Adelaide. From free family friendly events to nightlife that will knock your socks off, if it’s in Adelaide, we’ve got it covered!

Markets

Lots of markets on today including the popular Stirling Market. Check out our listing under markets

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5 FREE Activities

Free Stuff to do The Art Gallery General admission is #FREE . Some exhibitions can attract a small fee. The Art Gallery of South Australia is home to one of Australia’s great art collections, located in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful buildings. Visit the site below to see the latest exhibitions  on offer. http://www.artgallery.sa.gov.au/agsa/home/Visit/   […]

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What’s Free in Adelaide

Is weight loss your new years resolution? Then why not try this bad boy. The Marion walking trail will certainly help burn calories and improve your fitness. And how about the amazing view. And it’s all free! Marion.sa.gov.au/coastal-walking-trail

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Free App

Our App was in a recent Advertiser article “…The best apps for iPhone & iPad about our great city” http://bit.ly/1ClvT7n Check out our free App to keep up with all the latest events. The App can be found on the Apple and Google store. This App makes search for events simply and easy via your […]

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Parks & Playgrounds

Photo: Port Noarlunga Playground There’s alot of great playgrounds in South Australia. Here is a link to the cream of the crop (below). And speaking to kids and parents one of the top favourites is St Kilda Playground. http://www.playgroundfinder.com/listingstate.php?state=sa  

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State Library and City Gallery

The State library is so much more than a library. Adelaide’s State library is full of valuable history and stacks of art. They also have an art gallery down stairs show casing a range of great artists and exhibitions throughout the year. And its all free! Next time you’re in the City drop in a […]

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SA Museum

There’s not a lot you can get for free these days but we are still fortunate to have a museum with lots for everyone for free. Weather you want to entertain the kids or take your partner somewhere different, there’s something to interest everyone. They also run lots of special exhibitions and fun kids shows. […]

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Bicentennial Conservatory

The Bicentennial Conservatory was built in celebration of Australia’s 1988 Bicentenary. It is designed by South Australian architect, Guy Maron.It is one of the largest conservatorys in the southern hemisphere. The building is 100 metres long, 47 metres wide and 27 metres high. An steel structure supports the 2,434 metres2 of glass which forms the roof, […]

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Scuba diving in Adelaide

  Looking for something different to do in Adelaide. Like the ocean? Then Port Noarlunga is the place to get close to nature and see a diverse range of fish at the bottom of the ocean. The reef is at the end of the jetty where most people enter and even if you only have […]

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The New Glenelg Foreshore Playground is a Huge Hit

  So what’s the deal with natural playgrounds? Well, go back in time and ask your 8 year old self, it’s because they’re epic fun! Kids can imagine themselves in another world, they can create, get dirty, climb, splash and burn off steam amongst structures created with rope, tree stumps and branches, sand and plants. […]

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A Tree like me

Families come in all shapes and sizes, and include friends, pets and others. What does your tree look like? What does your family tree look like? Explore the Migration Museum to discover the many stories of families and make a 3D tree all about you from found and recycled materials. Decorate it with your favourite […]

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Markets in Adelaide

There are heaps of different markets in Adelaide selling of types of goods including food, second hand items and fashion. Most of the markets are on Saturday or Sunday. Also lets not forget our central market which has plenty to offer and plenty of atmosphere. The photo is from the Farmers Market at Wayville. This […]

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What’s Hot – Yen Linh

23 Field Street (08) 8211 8985 Tucked away in a revamped warehouse in Field Street is the Vietnamese Restaurant Yen Linh. If you are looking for fresh, authentic, generous serves then this is the place to go. At Yen Linh  you will find your dishes arriving promptly, the beautiful aroma of fresh herbs and lovely […]

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Mt Lofty Botanic Gardens

Enjoy 100 hectares of stunning magical flora and fauna. Enjoy plants from South America, China, East Africa, New Zealand, South East Asia and North America. Only 20 minutes from the City – near Mt Lofty summit.

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Walking trails in Adelaide

There are lots of trails in Adelaide and throughout South Australia. We have just listed some local one’s but for a comprehensive list see the link below. Beliefs, Attitudes and Customs trail located at West Tce Cemetery where you can explore the beliefs, attitudes and customs of thousands of South Australians. Botanic Gardens walks starting […]

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Rock Climbing

Morialta This is a one of the most popular climbing areas in Adelaide. Its about 30 minutes from the City and offer an variety of levels from easy to difficult. This is where climbing began and in SA and is a good place to start. Moonarie Not for beginners and in a remote location. But […]

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Mt Lofty Summit

One of the best views of Adelaide and free. For those walking up the walking trail from Waterfall Gully, the summit is your destination – one of many walking trails in the area. Alternatively you can drive up the freeway and get there in 20 minutes – from the City. You can also grab a […]

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River Torrens Linear Park

This park follows the River Torrens from Athelstone, through the City all the way to West Beach. The path is a shared bike/walking lane which bypasses the traffic under bridges along the way. The scenery is beautiful and it’s surprisingly tranquil as you ride or walk along the River Torrens with busy traffic along side. […]

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Botanic Gardens

Adelaide’s Botanic Gardens are located behind North Tce in Adelaide. They run walking tours, school holiday programs, kitchen Garden events, Festivals and so much more. Check out their site for more http://www.environment.sa.gov.au/botanicgardens/Whats_on/Events  

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