Comfort Inn Haven Marina
6-10 Adelphi Terrace
Adelaide, SA 5045
Phone: (61) 8 83505199
Fax: (61) 8 83505299
Langhorn Creek Airfield is a popular site for skydiving. One can witness various adventure enthusiasts soaring high and enjoying an adrenaline rush.
Taste some sparkling wine or visit a chocolate factory, Prime Mini Tours arranges guided tours around Adelaide that is worth signing up for. All you have to do is to select a package of your choice and leave the rest to Prime. This touring company is known to cater tourists with expertise and hospitality. In short, if you this is your first visit to this city, get in touch with Prime Mini Tours.
Escapegoat Adventures specialize in mountain bike tours, training and sightseeing trips throughout South Australia. This tour caters to all skills levels and includes wildlife sightseeing trips, winery tours and extended trips for experienced riders. Escapegoat provides good quality mountain bikes with front suspension and disc brakes, and a helmet if you don't have your own.
Both a true park and a seaside suburb in its own right, Kingston Park affords splendid coastal views and the chance to picnic amongst pine trees. Steeped in local Aboriginal history, the park's Tjilbruke sculpture and Aboriginal Spring Site lend a flavor of the Dreamtime. Charles Kingston, after whom the suburb was named, was a former state premier and progressive politician. Dedicated to the formation of an Australian federation, Kingston and his South Australian government were the first to introduce voting rights for women. Visit his former home, Kingston House, in Cameron Avenue.
Located close to Adelaide CBD, in the southwest corner of the Adelaide parklands, the Adelaide Event and Exhibition Centre is one of the premier venues in the city. Besides its convenient location, and easy accessibility by public transport, the Adelaide Event & Exhibition Centre boasts a range of sub-venues that can be used for a variety of purposes. The largest is the Jubilee Pavilion, which can accommodate 7,000 guests in a theater-style setting, followed by Goyder Pavilion, which has a capacity of 5,000, also in a theater-style setting. To know more about the AEEC, do see the website.
Established on this site in 1946, the first Parish Church was demolished to make way for this magnificent traditional Russian Orthodox Church design. Blue and gold domes stand clear above the skyline of the Adelaide park-lands in stark contrast to massive white rendered walls. Large oak doors lead to a glorious inner design, which is certainly a feast for the eyes. The congregation comprises predominantly Russian and Greek Orthodox worshipers.
One of the suburbs in the city of Unley, Hyde Park is a lively located to the of Adelaide city . The popular King William Road passes through this suburb, and it is a bustling stretch, featuring various shops, restaurants, bars, and more. The suburb also plays host to interesting events now and again, so do stop by here to know what is happening.
Captain Charles Sturt (1795-1869) is a name indelibly stamped on Australia's pioneering history. Sturt's Adelaide home, called Grange, still survives today-as this seaside suburb of the same name. His house remains open to the public and displays a host of Sturt family memorabilia. There are other fine examples of grand Victorian architecture in the region, none better than the splendid seafront terrace near the Grange Hotel. Opposite the hotel, stands Grange jetty and the stylish kiosk restaurant-a favorite haunt for sunset-hungry diners.
Founded in 1892, the Adelaide Golf Club only acquired its 'Royal' status in 1923. The course has changed considerably over the years. Initially the location changed, several times, but now it is the character of this seaside links that continues to evolve. With cleverly contoured greens and yawning bunkers, the current course at Seaton is generally recognized as Adelaide's premier golfing venue. The Australian Open championship has been held here on nine occasions. Facilities at the club are available to corporate organizations.
Great Southern Railway offers first and holiday class, including private cabins. Coach-class guarantees a wide recliner seat, spacious carriages with a buffet car, smoking room and videos. This cheap and popular travel option should be booked ahead to guarantee a seat. Enjoy the countryside in comfort without the exhaustion of driving the vast distances. Try crossing Australia partially by train, but driving to explore regions of particular interest. Concessions apply for children, senior citizens and students. Check website for more details.
With a vast knowledge of South Australia, this award-winning international company incorporates the state's main attractions into full and half-day trips. Try cruising the River Murray and visiting the old town of Mannum for lunch, or the wine regions of the Clare Valley or the McLaren Vale's Wirra Wirra Wines. Perhaps your children would like the Warrawong Sanctuary Sunset Walk? These are easy tours that offer a little of everything for everyone. Call at +1 300 85 8687 or fax at +1 300 85 8600.
An award winning tour company, Rich & Lingering provides private tours of South Australia's premium wine regions. The guests are able to meet and question the winemakers and producers, and have behind the scenes views of the vineyards. All private tours have the sole use of a luxury vehicle and a personal wine guide. The passionate and knowledgeable guides are not only professional wine tasters, but a great resource to help learn about the art of wine. The tours include food tastings and pickup from your accommodation is complimentary.