Looking for Things to Do in Adelaide, Australia? First World Traveller gives you 10 places to visit in Adelaide including –

1 – King William Street
2 – Rundle Mall
3 – Street Performers
4 – Adelaide Architecture
5 – Stag Hotel & Bistro
6 – Adelaide Botanic Gardens
7 – Adelaide Himeji Garden
8 – Festival Plaza Area
9 – Adelaide Oval
10 – Glenelg/Adelaide Gaol

Adelaide is a great place to visit in Australia – less backpackers and a quieter feel. Make sure you visit!

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Office? No thanks! says:

Great video! I loved the biker scene and especially YOUR burger face 🙂 Also nice how your hair changed throughout the video! 🙂

Isaac Spencer says:

lived there for 2 years. going back for 2 weeks in Sept. Been 7 years since I was there last. Love south australia

Missybeelondon says:

lol, street performer need to make money too.
burger looks good
London town names, they are such copycats.
I was getting a London feel in the city.
great watch.
await to see ur next adventure

Peter Handley says:

It’s good to see some focus on Adelaide for a change. It was one of the first Australian cities I spent any time in and I love its chilled and relaxed feel..

Connor Dalwood says:

You went to glenelg and didn’t show semaphore

Amaurilio Medeiros says:

Fantastic place!!!!!

Blackjack Sovereign says:

Known as weed city

Ki Joyce says:

You should have gone to Mount loffty

ming lam says:

It looks good. But actually, Adelaide is middle of nowhere.
All shit you can do is in this video.

Kristina Hebdon says:

That’s the trouble – overseas visitors often bypass Adelaide or don’t spend enough time exploring this fine city and state. You missed the Central Market, SA Museum, Art Gallery and Mortlock Library ( last three all along North Tce) and all free to see. Also the Adelaide Zoo which is lovely and has the Southern Hemisphere’s only pandas! Cleland wildlife park is excellent for seeing our wildlife up close. Waterfall Gully is lovely and a steep trek up to Mt Lofty summit is worth it. I also recommend a train ride to Hallett Cove to walk along the Marion Coastal walk through the Hallett Cove conservation park. Further afield the southern beaches of Adelaide are great and McLaren Vale is a lovely wine region to visit as is of course the Barossa Valley . If you have time a must see is Kangaroo Island to the south and I think The Flinders Ranges in the north.

Big Small_Travel says:

Well done. You make a paltry and weak subject, Adelaide, seem swimmingly pleasant. I envy your editing skills. Love it!

Tobyn says:

Also there was a cool little go carting place near Tea tree gully, cant remember the exact place, you may be able to find it if you search more

Chasing a Plate - Food and Travel Channel says:

Really wish we’d made it over there while living in Melbourne. We could just never make our time and cheap flights line up. Really nice over view of the city. Cheers! Thomas

Ayman Awan says:

i was expecting a full video on Adelaie Oval 🙁

Redangas says:

wow man this looks like deja vu , this video is at least as great as your last one that I watched few minutes ago. lol congrats mate!

Sam Does Gamez says:

Nothing about Australian Rules Football when you did the Adelaide Oval tour?
I go to the Adelaide Oval once every second week to watch my team, Port Adelaide Power play, with 40,000+ screaming fans it is amazing!

First World Traveller says:

Hi First World Travellers!

Ok, I LOVED Adelaide! It was great to visit a smaller Australian city as it had a great feel to it.

Unfortunately I ran out of time while filming this (You can probably tell lol). It would be great if any Australians out there who know some great things to do in Adelaide could put them in the comments!

Thanks for watching!

Dorkuses in Japan says:

your intro are 55 seconds too long. you douche.

Matthew Tran says:

Glenelg is a popular beach that has lots of unique shops, there is also North Adelaide which has lots of modern art and Murals, Hyde park has cool shops and boutiques that sell cute yet rustic pieces, The central market or Gouger street has amazing restaurants, The Norwood parade has also nice shops and cafes, The Barossa is the perfect place to indulge into some aged alcoholic beverages, Also the Claire valley has lots of alcoholic beverages like Barossa but also has farms and forests with big trees I mean BIG, There is the whispering wall where you can walk to the other side and speak then the person in the other side can hear you

CaityCupcake - says:

Yes!!!! home ❤ Adelaide is a pretty city

Matthew B says:

Central market gets 8 million tourists a year and you didn’t include it? Regarded by many as the best market in Australia. Felt like someone making a video that hasn’t really explored Adelaide themselves to be honest.

Talia Dean says:

Tuuuune. OMG THAT BURGER!!! Pissed down the ally.. old times hahahahah. My hubby asked if you was rich today LOL such a posh traveler

Soccer Ronaldo says:

Adelaide is great same is Sydney and melbourne

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