Adelaide, South Australia

I only spent a few days in Adelaide, as I was there for a Rolling Stones Concert. Here’s what I got up to…

I’m not a big shopper but I needed a nice dress for the evening, as it was for a work event. We went to Rundle Mall which is an outdoor shopping centre with plenty of buskers, sculptures and places to eat and drink. It’s an Adelaide staple – if you visit this city, you should definitely check it out.

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Rundle Mall, Adelaide.

We had a great evening – the dinner was delicious and the concert was amazing. The Rolling Stones may have a combined age of 1,000 but man can they move.

The following day, we decided to rent a car and check out some of Adelaide’s world-class wineries in the Barossa Valley. I was the sober driver, (not sure how that happened) so I was only able to have a few samples which were excellent. The wineries here are stunning and there are some great places to enjoy a bite to eat. We stopped by Rockford Wines, Saltram Cellar Door & Restaurant and Penfolds Wines.

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Rockford Wines.

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Saltram Cellar Door & Restaurant.

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Saltram Cellar Door & Restaurant.

My visit to Adelaide was short and sweet. In addition to enjoying the concert, I had a great time exploring the city and visiting the beautiful wineries.

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