Brett Griffiths, Fortitude Valley, AUS, about 2 months ago
Ill be in Adelaide for the first time in a few weeks for 3 nights, anyone know some cool wineries I should see near the city . Also I know locals know the best spots so pleeease, what must I make sure I see in Adelaide?
Alex McLeod , Adelaide, AUS, about 2 months ago
Patriti Wines, ClactonR d. Dover Gardens, is a suburban winery & cellar Door.
also Penfolds at Stonyfell.
Otherwise catch the train to Seaford (40 mins) and connect with public bus to McLaren Vale where there are some cellar doors close to the main street. Local bike hire or small bus tour operators can get you around the vale.
Tom Scott, Adelaide, AUS, about 2 months ago
Hi all, last year I took a few groups down the York Peninsula around innes national park and this year I thought I'd see if anyone was interested in K.I.
I have a large 4x4 and am able to take groups of 7.
Having the 4x4 gives more access around the island such as 4wheel drive tracks and beaches. I am also open to suggestions on other places you would like to go..
The cost for the KI trip will be 300pp which includes a tent, BBQ, breakfast, and camping fees. This will not include the ferry crossing.
Hope to hear from you soon! :)
Tom Scott , Adelaide, AUS, about 2 months ago
Hi Mark I will be going once I have enough numbers to make the trip, are you traveling with a group?
Julia Molier , Gold Coast, AUS, about 2 months ago
I'm traveling alone and depending on the date I might be interested! I would like to go around the 1st of February. Also, how many days are you planning on going?
Charline Bruhat , Adelaide, AUS, about 2 months ago
Sorry to be late but do you still go on trip, I am very interesting ? I maybe would be able to take two or three other guys with me for next week !
Maritza Cedano, Bogota, COL, about 2 months ago
What is the best collage or university to study english?
Flinders uni and Adelaide uni are both good places to study
i know Flinders uni is very popular with Colombian students
KC Cheung , Adelaide, AUS, about 2 months ago
I did study at Flinders University and Adelaide TAFE before. TAFE is not a bad option and it's location is better than Flinders Uni.
Today I had two Brazilian students move in and they are studying at Adelaide University.
Melody Teyssier, Yutz, FRA, about 2 months ago
I need your help/advice :)
here's the thing; I'll be in Adelaide for just one night (unfortunately) and will arrive on Thursday, Dec, 4th around 10pm and will have my flight at 9.45am the next day.
So I'm wondering if any of you knows a backpacker/cheap hostel that is not too far from the airport and/or if you could tell me what the easiest way to the airport is?
I am not against surfing a couch either but I feel like I won't have time to share much considering the little time I'll have so i don't think that would be appreciated..
So please, don't hesitate to give me advice :)
Thank you very much!!!
Meryn , Adelaide, AUS, 16 days ago
Check Adelaide metro for J buses from airport if you are really on a budget, but I would also check backpack oz and maybe yha - Adelaide airport is literally ten minutes by car to the city so a cab is cheap, hostels often have a shuttle bus (who knows if your flight would be too late for them - ask! ) both yha and backpack oz are likely to check you in late.
Alejandro Castaneda , Adelaide, AUS, about 2 months ago
hey there Melody..... Airport hotel is right across the airport....dot think u could get any closer.... and dont think they charge an arm and a leg......
J1 and J2 buses go to and from the airport. $ 5.00 per two hour ticket.
Most of the hostels in the city are close to Currie and Grenfell streets which is where the bus goes.
At least you will be here for the last hour of the weekly meeting and you could always surf at Alejandro's place as he will be at the meeting.
I already have four beautiful women at my house already and they will complain if another woman stays here. LOL
LISAHE, Jena, DEU, about 2 months ago
I'm planning on heading down to Innis National Park with a friend next week. Is there anything you would recommend, a place/walk or whatever we should make sure not to miss out on in your opinion?
Thanks heaps in advance!
It is a great place to see. Take aerogard as the sandflies can be really irritating. A bottle of vinegar can help sooth the bites as well or you can use it on crayfish crabs or fish so you do not need to waste it.
some anti hayfever tablets can be useful at this time of year. I use Brauer as they are homeopathic and work well forme as there is a lot of wattle down that way.
If you take a squid jag and a hand line make sure you have flour and beer to make a batter .
Make sure you have at least two bottles of beer per person.
One to make the batter and one to drink with the fish.
Tommy ruff, mullett and Australian salmon are quite easy to catch from a jetty or the rocks. Just be careful near the large swells to stay well above the wet rocks and watch if the tide is coming in or going out.
If you use gents for bait remember to warm them up between your lips before putting them on the hooks so they wriggle better.
The bright coloured plastic squid jags are really effective and all you need is a foam float about one metre above the jag.
When you catch a squid be careful of the ink as it is usually the second squirt that will get you worst.
you can use a simple handline to catch small fish so it will not take up a lot of room in the car.
You can go crabbing anywhere from Port Wakefield down to Port Julia by wading in the shallow water.
you may be able to get some local oysters at Stansbury but the supply is spasmodic. Just ask at the hotel Dalrymple.
Most of the hotels offer local seafood at reasonable prices. Garfish, Tommy riffs, schnapper, King George Whiting and calamari are the main local fish. Crabs, oysters, and mullet may also be local.
down around Stenhouse bay there is the old chalk mining town and gypsum supply.
they are slowly restoring the town and you can stay there.
The surf beaches are fantastic for fishing surfing and diving, just be careful as there are some big fish out there with big white points on their fins. Last time I went there we stayed at Stansbury one night and drove back to Moonta the second night.
If you are going for the first time consider staying at Inniss or Stenhouse bay the second night (maybe even third and fourth nights as well if you have the time.) and take your time going up the east side of the peninsula.
down the bottom of the peninsula water can be in short supply so be prepared to wash in the ocean and take a bottle of perfume.
Fuel gets expensive down the bottom so fill up before Edithburgh. Black Point often has fuel cheaper than Adelaide.
When the wind comes off the southern ocean it can get cold so take some warm clothing.
And you need to take two beers per person per day at least to keep the drop bears away.. make the batter for your fish and if you do not catch fish you can make beer bread
A cast iron fry pan is good , eggs, UHT milk , and baked beans makes simple cheap breakfast.
I love French toast with hot baked beans as it gives you heaps of protein and keeps your tummy full for a long time.
and charge your camera batteries as there are heaps of good photo spots.