Arrive Adelaide Airport, pick your car from Car hire company. Drive to hotel. Rest of the day free to explore the city on Own. Explore the famous Adelaide Central Market (open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday) on your own or let an expert take you on a guided tour. Cross the River Torrens and parklands into historic North Adelaide and take lunch at any of the old pubs. In the late afternoon, catch a tram to Glenelg (30 minutes), find a spot on the beach and watch the sun set. Have dinner at one of the many pubs or restaurants or head back into the city and dine out in Gouger Street, which adjoins the Central Market, or Rundle Street in Adelaide’s east end.
Morning drive from Adelaide to Cape Jervis on the Fleurieu Peninsula to catch passenger ferry across to the island. Adelaide to Cape Jervis: 107 kilometres, 1 hour 35 minutes Ferry from Cape Jervis to Penneshaw, Kangaroo Island: 45 minutes Spend the afternoon exploring by car the east side of the island. Join a tour of the Cape Willoughby Lighthouse, taste the wineries of the Dudley Peninsula, visit American River and the town of Kingscote (don’t miss the pelican feeding), the little penguin colonies and any of the nearby beaches. Overnight in one of Kangaroo Island’s.
Head west to the wild side of the island. Highlights include Seal Bay Conservation Park, where you can join a ranger to walk among endangered Australian sea lions; Flinders Chase National Park, Remarkable Rocks, Admiral’s Arch and Little Sahara. Enjoy beaches galore – and remember to stop and try the island’s amazing local produce. Kingscote to Seal Bay: 60 kilometres, 45 minutes Seal Bay to Flinders Chase National Park: 67 kilometres, 50 minutes Arrive in Kingscote or Penneshaw by late afternoon for the return trip to Adelaide.
Drive to Barossa valley. The Barossa Valley has a characteristic splendour of its own. European chateaux set within vineyards enhance the multi colours of the changing seasons where villages dot the valleys, on this day of picturesque and taste bud contrasts. Shiraz grapes are the local speciality. The stone cottages and Lutheran churches throughout the region are testament to a 19th-century wave of German settlers. On this tour to Barossa valley, learn about the region’s winemaking history, admire the picturesque scenery of the Adelaide Hills and River Torrens, and enjoy a 2-course lunch. To end your tour, stop in the historic German settlement of Hahndorf. Overnight at resort.
Drive from Barossa Valley to Adelaide to catch your flight back home. Drop the car with the car rental company.
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