2 Hour - East End Pub Culture (Upon Application)
- Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
- Product code: TSA-WTE2
*This tour has limited availability, dates requested are subject to confirmation by Taste of South Australia
Leaving from your hotel this tour takes in such quirky sites as the Cupola in honour of Elvis in the Botanic Gardens, explore the gardens with a focus on australian native and bush foods with a visit to Ayers House. We then cross to Vaughan place, though to Tandanya for an insight into contemporary Aboriginal art, and the rainbow serpent. We then wander through the picturesque neighbourhood with surrounding boutique bars and cafes, that once housed historic East End fruit & produce markets. Vardon place featuring art works such as sculptures and the interesting mud art work. We then stroll through charming arcades that take us through to Rymill Park, home to the Garden of Unearthly delights. We may stop for a drink with views across to the WWI memorial to the Light Horseman. The East End of Rundle Street is undoubtedly one of Adelaide's finest foodie streets and we can stop in and enjoy highlights important to you, be it a fresh oysters or a hot indulgent chocolate from Cocolat. And if wine is your thing we can spend some time at the National Wine Centre.
Images courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission.