It’s official – winter has finally come in Adelaide. The city offers a lot for both the tourists and the locals, and these things that we are about to discuss can be done in Adelaide even during the winter.
Croydon is a short train ride away from the CBD, so it’s perfect if you just want to get away from the city for a while. You will, for sure, feel nostalgic once you set foot in Croydon. The vintage shops are perfect for winter, as it is super cosy and relaxing. Try visiting Hype and Seek, where you will find unique and one-of-a-kind vintage stuff. Hang out at the Red Door Bakery for yummy pastries and coffee to make you feel warm during Adelaide’s cold weather.
Lunch Out with Friends
Missing friends that you haven’t seen in awhile? Try asking them all out and visit one (or all) of these restaurants in Gouger Street, Adelaide. The selection is the best, as you can choose from different cuisines such as Japanese, Thai, Argentinian, American, and of course, Australian.
The weather is changing, which means most animals will be migrating. The whales from the Southern Right will start appearing at the Fleurieu and Eyre Peninsulas, so you better watch out for it you have been wanting to see these magical creatures. The Bluff at Victor Harbor is a great spot to do this, so go ahead and buy some tickets for you and your kids today!
Hit the Riesling Trail and sweat it out! Bike through Clare Valley’s old railway track and see the true beauty of Adelaide. They offer a weekend getaway package, so you can check that out if you feel like one day is not enough.
Give Yourself and Your Friends a Good Scare
Looking for something more exciting to do this Winter? Check out these spots in Adelaide, which will literally give you and your friends the chills, and not only because of the weather. You can book a guided ghost tour to make sure that you will never get lost, especially if you are doing this during the night.
Adelaide is full of surprises, that’s for sure. Sip some wine and make the most out of it this winter. You won’t regret it, we promise!