Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide

Adelaide Shore Excursion

Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide

Wildlife expedition
8 hours
December - March
Easy
Popular, Local Partner

Overview

  • Our bus will be awaiting your arrival outside the ships terminal.
  • We will depart for Adelaide at the designated time or once everyone is checked in.
  • Please note that if there are arrival delays with your ship we will adjust the departure time to suit.

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What to see on this tour?

  • Adelaide Central Market
  • Iconic City Sights
  • Adelaide Hills Winery
  • Cleland Wildlife Park
  • Mount Lofty Summit
  • Sightseeing en route

Photos

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Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde

Map

About the tour - itinerary

Adelaide Central Market (or Victoria Square)

First stop is the Adelaide Central Market in the heart of the city. This historic market has been a mecca of food in Adelaide for over 140 years and still today retains its unique charm and character. Renown for its multicultural flavors and local produce it has become one of Adelaide’s must do attractions. A guided walking tour of the market is a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture whilst indulging your senses with some of the finest produce available in South Australia.



Note: On days when the Adelaide Central Market is closed (Sunday/Monday), we substitute a tour of Adelaide’s historicVictoria (Tarndanyangga) Square.

This recently upgraded central Adelaide park provides a beautiful cosmopolitan atmosphere whilst being encircled by some of Adelaide finest historic buildings.


City Sights

Next up is a leisurely drive along Adelaide’s bustling streets, precincts and surrounding park lands. Crossing the River Torrens, we drive along the beautifully redeveloped Riverbank Precinct, past the world famous Adelaide Oval and then travel out of the city on Adelaide’s cultural boulevard ‘North Terrace’. Here you will witness many of Adelaide’s most important landmarks and historic buildings. All you have to do is sit back and take it all in while your friendly guide narrates the city’s connection to the past, present and future.


Penfolds Winery

A visit to Adelaide will not be complete without tasting some of the region’s local wines! Just 20minutes from the heart of the city and nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Adelaide Hills, we stop at the world renown Penfolds Winery. Established in 1844, Penfolds is one of South Australia’s oldest and most famous wineries, offering stunning views across its iconic vineyards and historic buildings. In the state of art cellar door, you will experience personalised tasting of their internationally acclaimed wines.


Cleland Wildlife Park

Our major stop for the day is at Cleland Wildlife Park where you will have plenty of time to get close to Australia’s most unique wildlife. Whilst immersing yourself in the wonders of this natural bush environment, you can engage with impressive kangaroos, shy wallabies and cute inquisitive potoroos. The Koala close-up experience is a definite must do, along with seeing the Emu’s, Dingoes, Wombats, and native bird life. The Cleland Wildlife Park, part of the Mount Lofty Ranges and nestled within the beautiful Cleland Conservation Park, is also your stop for lunch.


Mount Lofty Summit

At the summit, fantastic panoramic views over the Adelaide Plains and Gulf St. Vincent await you. Originally spotted from Kangaroo Island in 1802 by Captain Matthew Flinders, Mount Lofty Summit is the highest point in the Adelaide Hills at 710m. This short stop will give the perfect opportunity to take memorable pictures and depending upon the weather you may even gaze upon your ship in the harbor.


Return to Port

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What to see on this tour?

  • Adelaide Central Market
  • Iconic City Sights
  • Adelaide Hills Winery
  • Cleland Wildlife Park
  • Mount Lofty Summit
  • Sightseeing en route

Photos

  • For bigger images, click on the photos.
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde
Adelaide Shore Excursion Cleland Wildlife Park, Adelaide #9d291d61-1743-439b-a60d-7110796befde

Map

About the tour - itinerary

Adelaide Central Market (or Victoria Square)

First stop is the Adelaide Central Market in the heart of the city. This historic market has been a mecca of food in Adelaide for over 140 years and still today retains its unique charm and character. Renown for its multicultural flavors and local produce it has become one of Adelaide’s must do attractions. A guided walking tour of the market is a great way to immerse yourself in the local culture whilst indulging your senses with some of the finest produce available in South Australia.



Note: On days when the Adelaide Central Market is closed (Sunday/Monday), we substitute a tour of Adelaide’s historicVictoria (Tarndanyangga) Square.

This recently upgraded central Adelaide park provides a beautiful cosmopolitan atmosphere whilst being encircled by some of Adelaide finest historic buildings.


City Sights

Next up is a leisurely drive along Adelaide’s bustling streets, precincts and surrounding park lands. Crossing the River Torrens, we drive along the beautifully redeveloped Riverbank Precinct, past the world famous Adelaide Oval and then travel out of the city on Adelaide’s cultural boulevard ‘North Terrace’. Here you will witness many of Adelaide’s most important landmarks and historic buildings. All you have to do is sit back and take it all in while your friendly guide narrates the city’s connection to the past, present and future.


Penfolds Winery

A visit to Adelaide will not be complete without tasting some of the region’s local wines! Just 20minutes from the heart of the city and nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Adelaide Hills, we stop at the world renown Penfolds Winery. Established in 1844, Penfolds is one of South Australia’s oldest and most famous wineries, offering stunning views across its iconic vineyards and historic buildings. In the state of art cellar door, you will experience personalised tasting of their internationally acclaimed wines.


Cleland Wildlife Park

Our major stop for the day is at Cleland Wildlife Park where you will have plenty of time to get close to Australia’s most unique wildlife. Whilst immersing yourself in the wonders of this natural bush environment, you can engage with impressive kangaroos, shy wallabies and cute inquisitive potoroos. The Koala close-up experience is a definite must do, along with seeing the Emu’s, Dingoes, Wombats, and native bird life. The Cleland Wildlife Park, part of the Mount Lofty Ranges and nestled within the beautiful Cleland Conservation Park, is also your stop for lunch.


Mount Lofty Summit

At the summit, fantastic panoramic views over the Adelaide Plains and Gulf St. Vincent await you. Originally spotted from Kangaroo Island in 1802 by Captain Matthew Flinders, Mount Lofty Summit is the highest point in the Adelaide Hills at 710m. This short stop will give the perfect opportunity to take memorable pictures and depending upon the weather you may even gaze upon your ship in the harbor.


Return to Port

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Duration

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