Adelaide City Explorer & Penfolds Lunch Wine Tour
Explore South Australia’s culinary heritage at Central Markets and rich history shown through spectacular colonial architecture, and savour a two-course lunch with acclaimed wine at Penfolds Magill Estate.
Central Markets Culinary Heritage: Meet producers, sample local fare, and delve into South Australia's culinary legacy.
Adelaide Oval and Historic Districts: Discover the city's early history, majestic cathedral, and iconic stadium.
Penfolds Magill Estate Lunch & Cellar Door Experience: Enjoy a two-course meal with acclaimed wine at Penfolds Magill Estate Kitchen, followed by a premium wine tasting.
Private charter for 2-3: $960 per person
Private charter for 4-6: $800 per person
9:00am from Adelaide
6 hours (from Adelaide)
About the Transport
Land Rover Discovery 4×4
About the Guide
You will be accompanied by your own personal tour guide with impeccable credentials in the region.
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Your guide will pick you up from your accommodation in a comfortable Land Rover Discovery 4×4.
Embark on a journey through South Australia’s culinary heritage at the iconic Central Markets, dating back to 1869. Led by a local guide from “Food Tours of Australia,” you’ll meet passionate producers, sample an array of delicious South Australian produce, and gain insights into the region’s rich culinary landscape.
Next, explore the historic charm of Adelaide Oval, Riverbank, and North Adelaide. Discover the city’s early history, admire the majestic cathedral, and marvel at the stunning new stadium. As you stroll through the streets, soak in the stories of the settlers who played a pivotal role in shaping South Australia.
Indulge in a delectable two-course lunch at Penfolds Magill Estate Restaurant, complemented by a glass of their exceptional wine.
Cap off this immersive tour with a visit to Penfolds Magill Estate Cellar Door. Experience a tasting of some of Australia’s most acclaimed wines, completing a day of culinary and cultural exploration in South Australia.
Return after a 6-hour day.