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Things to do in Adelaide
Self guided tours
Walking around Adelaide is easy. The city is built on a one mile (1.6km) square grid system of roads and all the suggested destinations are no more than 30 minutes’ walk from the Conference venue.
South Australian Museum North Terrace T 8207 7500
The South Australian Museum enjoys an international reputation for the size and representation of its collections, as well as the breadth and quality of its scientific research. Displays include extensive Australian Aboriginal and Pacific collections and the Origin Energy Fossil Gallery.
Art Gallery of South Australia North Terrace T 8207 7000
The Gallery is open every day of the year from 10am. There is no charge to visit the Gallery's permanent collection, however entry fees do apply to some temporary exhibitions.
The Jam Factory 19 Morphett Street, Adelaide T 8410 0727
Monday to Saturday 10am – 5pm Sunday and Public Holidays 1pm – 5pm. Since its establishment in 1974, the Jam Factory has remained Australia's foremost centre for the development of craft and design. The Gallery showcases contemporary Australian craft practice and their two award-winning retail spaces offers a wide range of high quality and collectable craft and design.
Tandanya 253 Grenfell St Adelaide T 8224 3200
It is a unique place to explore and experience contemporary and traditional Aboriginal cultural expression through the performing and visual arts and has several galleries featuring local, national and internationally acclaimed exhibitions.
Rundle Mall and Rundle Street
Opened as Australia's first pedestrian street mall in September 1976, Rundle Mall is the main shopping centre in Adelaide and features more than 600 retailers. Rundle Mall runs between and parallel to North Terrace and Grenfell Street. Items of interest include the modern sculptures of the 4m tall spheres by Bert Flugelman, and a group of life-size bronze pigs - Horatio, Truffles, Augusta and Oliver - rooting around a rubbish bin. The street continues as Rundle Street, a major restaurant strip and the historic East End. It's full of cafes and restaurants that have replaced the historic wholesale markets selling fruit and vegetables.
National Wine Centre Corner of Botanic and Hackney Rds T 8303 3355
Situated on the edge of Adelaide's stunning Botanic Gardens it is a combination of eye-catching architecture and smooth functionality, which showcases the entire Australian Wine Industry.
Adelaide Central Market
The Adelaide Central Market is located between Gouger and Grote Streets. Opening Hours: Mon: CLOSED, Tues: 7.00am-5.30pm, Wed: 9.00am-5.30pm, Thurs: 9.00am-5.30pm, Fri: 7.00am- 9.00pm, Sat:7.00am-3.00pm, Sun: CLOSED The market, established in 1869, trades largely in fruit, vegetables, small goods, and cafe food and is divided into a colourful array of lanes and broadways.
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