North Adelaide Heritage Group - South Australian Accommodation in Adelaide

Adelaide Sights

Whether you want to be entertained, get out and party, or just relax with the family on holiday, Adelaide has something for you. All of our properties are very close to all of Adelaide's entertainment, business and shopping precincts. 

Adelaide Entertainment Centre - The Adelaide Entertainment Centre provides world class live entertainment to hundreds of thousands each year and has also built an enviable reputation for being one of South Australia’s leading function venues. With modern architecture and acoustics, stunning function rooms and award winning catering, it makes the perfect venue for any occasion.


Adelaide Zoo - Adelaide Zoo is home to over 1,800 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates and fish exhibited in magnificent botanic surroundings now expanded to 8 hectares. The Zookeepers also provide daily animal feeds and talks giving visitors the opportunity to interact with a knowledgeable person and learn more about the species. Dont forget to see the Pandas!!

Adelaide Oval - Adelaide Oval is widely regarded as the most picturesque Test cricket ground in the world, centrally located on War Memorial Drive and nestled in the Northern City Parklands, the Oval is in easy reach of Adelaide's hotels and entertainment precinct! Although the Adelaide Oval is home to the "Red Backs" cricket team, Australian Football and Rugby Union are also played at the oval.

Art Gallery of South Australia - The Art Gallery of South Australia houses one of Australia's most stunning art collections. Its outstanding collection of 38,000 works covers Australian, European and North American, and Asian art and features paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, textiles, furniture, ceramics and metalwork and jewellery.
AAMI Stadium - Located in the suburb of West Lakes, the stadium serves as the home ground for both South Australian Football Clubs – Adelaide Crows and Port Adelaide Power – and is also the administrative base for the South Australian National Football League.
Botanic Gardens - The Botanic Gardens of Adelaide is comprised of 3 botanic gardens and has served the community of South Australia for more than 140 years. The 3 gardens - Adelaide, Mount Lofty and Wittunga provide visitors with an exceptional range of cultural, recreational, educational and scientific facilities which enhance people’s enjoyment and understanding of the plant world. Over 1.5 million people visit these gardens each year including approximately 25,000 school students.
Central Markets Adelaide - Enjoy the hustle and bustle of the Central Market, sample the cullinary delights, meet the Traders and share the history and the secrets of the Market. The Central Market sells a wide variety of goods, including food, toys, jewellery, rugs, seafood, gourmet items, groceries and much more. It has a vibrant atmosphere and is one of Adelaide's best-known landmarks.
Festival Centre - As South Australia’s creative heart the Adelaide Festival Centre is proud of its strong program led approach, consistent with its legacy and initial aspirations.  The Festival Centre presents a year-long season of theatre, dance and music plus three international festivals including the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, OzAsia Festival and Adelaide International Guitar Festival.
Glenelg - Only 10km from the heart of Adelaide City, Glenelg is a charming seaside resort set on the long sandy white shores of Holdfast Bay. Glenelg is the site of South Australia's original mainland settlement in 1836. It is Adelaide's most popular coastal region featuring fishing charters, sailing, beach volleyball, walking trails, bike hire, reserves, play grounds, BBQ areas and an amusement centre! Dont forget to see the Dolphins!
Greenhill GalleriesGreenhill Galleries showcases a collection of local, interstate, and international artworks, representing many of Australia’s finest contemporary artists. The gallery has been instrumental in advising and assisting first-time buyers, long-term clients, architects and interior designers, and many major corporate and private collections.
Haigh's ChocolatesThe Haigh’s Chocolate Visitor Centre is a must-see place for all chocolate lovers. The chocolate factory and visitor centre are easily accessible, just minutes drive from the city centre. The Visitor Centre is open six days a week, providing visitors with free tastings, production viewing, free tea and coffee, and chocolate sales.

Harbourtown - Explore stylish designer outlets.... lingerie to linen, dresses to décor, jackets to jewellery, perfume to pots, bags to books ... and a whole lot more, all in one colourful and convenient location. Harbour Town - experience the shopping adventure of a lifetime, where you can find all the best brands at all the best prices. 

Hindmarsh Stadium Hindmarsh Stadium is the home of soccer in South Australia, hosting A-League side Adelaide United. Apart from the stadium's dedication to all things soccer, great views of Adelaide city can also be seen from the top tier of the new stand. The venue is regarded as one of the best purpose-built soccer venues in Australia.
Migration Museum The Migration Museum works towards the preservation, understanding and enjoyment of South Australia’s diverse cultures. It is a place to discover the many identities of the people of South Australia through the stories of individuals and communities. The Museum houses a number of permanent exhibitions on the immigration and settlement history of South Australia and an exhibition on the history of the site.
National Wine Centre - Here you can enjoy wine and winemaking from the ground up. Our interactive Wine Discovery Journey and exhibition showcases the complete wine experience. The National Wine Centre is an architectural treat but what it holds inside is the real attraction. Situated on the edge of Adelaide's stunning Botanic Gardens it is a combination of eye-catching architecture and smooth functionality.
River TorrensFrom the beachside suburb of Henley Beach to the city's north-eastern suburbs, the River Torrens Linear Park is the ideal choice for families and those looking for a leisurely walk, jog or cycle. The trail runs right through the city centre, passing the Adelaide Festival Centre, Adelaide Convention Centre and Adelaide Zoo, providing an oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Rundle Mall - Rundle Mall is the premiere retail area in the centre of Adelaide. The mall is home to the South Australian flagship stores of many large Australian retailers and a large number smaller independent and chain stores. The mall also features a number of arcades and plazas containing smaller boutiques and eateries.
Skycity Casino - With approximately 1000 gaming machines available to play, including linked jackpots and games, Adelaide Casino is a great place to visit, with plenty of chances to excite and thrill. Elegance and grandeur return to the Adelaide Casino with the opening of Marble Hall, the new multi-million dollar, table gaming and wine bar destination.
South Australian Museum - The South Australian Museum offers visitors six floors of exhibits that reveal many fascinating stories. Exhibitions and displays reflect the museum’s extensive Australian Aboriginal and Pacific collections and the Ancient Egyptian room has been a favourite destination for generations of museum visitors. The Museum enjoys an international reputation for the size and representation of its collections, as well as the breadth and quality of its scientific research.

State Library - The State Library of South Australia is the largest public reference library in South Australia with a collection focus on South Australian information and general reference material for information and research purposes. As well as General Reference collections, the Library has a range of unique Heritage collections for which it has a responsibility protect and preserve for future generations.

Tandanya - Tandanya is a visionary and vibrant place for all to explore and experience contemporary and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural expression, through the performing and visual arts. Experience cultural presentations and yidaki (didgeridoo) or dance performance or browse in the colourful award winning shop. On Thursdays learn more about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture and history on a free guided tour.