Newcastle Airport’s newest destination! Fly direct to Adelaide from March 2018
Newcastle Airport has just added Adelaide to its list of direct destinations, so we thought we should find out why we should all be jumping on a plane to visit!See our handpicked guides to Newcastle
Eating and drinking are always our number 1 priority when planning a holiday! Adelaide is home to an awesome foodie scene, with heaps of hotspots throughout
the city, not to mention the surrounding wine districts:
Cafes, Restaurants & Bars
Whistle & Flute – mouth-watering breakfast and superb coffee.
Fairweather – for a cup of seasonal single origin coffee.
Adelaide Central Market – full of fresh produce, cheese, pastries, coffee and seafood.
Maybe Mae – this speakeasy bar on Peel Street is renowned for its award-winning cocktails and is owned by Novocastrian Ollie Margan.
Ebenezer Place – take a wander through Ebenezer Place in the East End and discover cafes, bars, restaurants and plenty of boutique shops.
10 Things To Do In Adelaide
A 30 minute drive South East of Adelaide you’ll find yourself at the gateway to the Adelaide Hills, it’s a Bavarian wonderland. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported to the German countryside. With Craft Beers, Bratwurst, Strudel and the Beerenberg farm where you can pick your own strawberries and shop the complete Beerenberg range.
Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Coonawarra & the Adelaide Hills
Wine, wine and more wine! Hire a car and explore the South Australian wine regions, there are literally hundreds of cellar doors and restaurants to pick from.
A couple hours drive down the coast, and a car ferry later you’ll find yourself on Kangaroo Island. Full of nature reserves, native fauna and flora and those photogenic rock formations.
Kangaroo Island - Remarkable Rocks
Calendar of Events3 Mar-3 Jun Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Divided Worlds
Tasting Australia 2017