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Have a look below at our A-Z of things to do after your have participated in REMIX! This is just a small sampling of the many tourist attractions and destinations that await you in Adelaide and South Australia.  You can find more attractions to explore at the links below.

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  • Take a stadium tour including going inside the heritage listed scoreboard built in 1911.

  • Visit the Sir Donald Bradman collection, his personal collection of memorabilia from 1927-1977.

  • Challenge yourself with a Roof Climb, offering 360 degree views of Adelaide and beyond, from our stunning coastline to the picturesque Adelaide Hills.

  • Have a meal at one of the many restaurants close by including the Bespoke Bar and Kitchen and the Five Regions Restaurant.

  • Visit over 100 winery cellar doors

  • Take a day trip or book to stay in the wide range of accommodations on offer

  • Take a hot air balloon ride over the beautiful Barossa Valley departing from Tanunda

  • Visit the Barossa Valley Farmer's Market in Angaston and sample the local delicacies

  • Visit the Lyndoch Lavendar Farm and Cafe

  • Challenge your friends to dinosaur mini golf at the Barossa Bowland

  • Explore the towns of Nuriootpa, Kapunda, Gawler, Greenock and Tanunda

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  • Over 70 undercover stalls with a range of fragrant fruits, vegetables, fish, cheese, bread and meat.

  • One of the largest undercover fresh produce markets in the Southern Hemisphere

  • Walk the market facade which was built in 1900

  • Take a guided tour of the markets with Adelaide City Tours

  • Sample a range of multicultural cuisines to suit any appetite

  • Be one of the 9.5 million visitors each year

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  • Visit the d'Arenberg Cube to enjoy panoramic views of McLaren Vale while tasting the range of locally made wine

  • Visit the Alternate Realities Museum, a contemporary art gallery, located on the ground floor of the cube

  • Play winemaker and blend your own bottle of wine

  • Eat at the D'arry's Verandah Restaurant, a restored 19th Century homestead, or Eat@Polly's, located in the Cube

  • Check out the Salvador Dali exhibition, featuring 25 authentic bronze sculptures and graphic artworks

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  • Fly to Port Lincoln, Whyalla or Ceduna or take a country drive and see the Silo Art in many of the small towns along the way.

  • More than 65% of Australia's seafood comes from the Eyre Peninsula including scallops, prawns, green-lipped abalone, oysters and tuna - all of which you can enjoy at the many local restaurants.

  • Cage dive with Great White Sharks

  • Swim with wild dolphins and sea lions

  • Snorkel with Giant Cuttlefish

  • Drive the Nullarbor Plain

  • Only a 45 minute drive from the Adelaide CBD

  • Visit some of the many small, but close, towns including Goolwa, Victor Harbor, Willunga, Normanville, Yankalilla, McLaren Vale and Rapid Bay

  • Hike through Deep Creek Conservation Park or cycle the Coast to Vines trail

  • Visit some of the 74 winery cellar doors across the Fleurieu Peninsula

  • Picnic in the seaside caves of Port Willunga

  • Drive your car onto Sellicks, Aldina or Moana beach

  • Walk the Glenelg Jetty

  • Take the family to The Beach House - an amusement and water park right on the beach

  • Go shopping along Jetty Road or head to Harbourtown for some outlet shopping

  • Take a Segway tour along Glenelg Beach

  • Catch the tram into the Adelaide CBD

  • Walk the Proclamation Trail to learn about the cultural heritage of Glenelg

  • Just a 20 minute drive from the Adelaide CBD

  • Walk through the German inspired main street, founded in the 19th Century and filled with local shops selling traditional German food and souvenirs

  • Visit the Beerenberg Farm with strawberry picking, rose gardens and leisurely walks.  Plus a huge selection of farm made jams and sauces.

  • Explore the cultural heritage at the Hahndorf Academy - the largest regional art gallery in South Australia

  • Animal lovers can visit the Cleland Wildlife Park and get up close and personal with Australia's native animals

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