I was born and raised in Adelaide. Having grown up knowing the city centre well, I have extensive knowledge of Adelaide, and a strong love for it. I also have international tourism industry knowledge after three European summers as a trip leader for multi-award winning company Topdeck Travel. In Europe, I guided tours across 20 countries focused on history and culture, and I'm now thrilled to host…
This is a small-group walk where you will gain more than just facts about monuments, going to intimate locations around the northern half of Adelaide's CBD. It's a mix of key monuments and little-frequented spots, all with great stories. You'll have a local understanding of how Adelaide became the city it is today, and how it’s still evolving!
I walk in rain, hail or shine - but will cancel 24 hours prior if the temperature forecast is 44 degrees Celsius or higher.
You will receive a personalised list of recommendations of things to do/see/eat in Adelaide!
Weather-relevant protection - if it's a hot day, have water, a hat and sunscreen with you!
Comfortable walking shoes
Curiosity and sense of adventure!
You'll see the following spots: Rundle Mall, North Terrace, Mounted Police Barracks, Mortlock Wing (State Library), Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Town Hall, Science Exchange and Adelaide Arcade. Most spots are well known to locals, but some not so much. You'll find out things about every spot that most locals have no knowledge of. We start at the iconic Mall's Balls sculpture in Rundle Mall, and loop around the city to end at nearby Adelaide Arcade.
8月27日 火曜日 13:30～16:00