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2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
Travelled into town by train and enjoyed getting reacquainted with the centre of town
Travelled into town by train and enjoyed getting reacquainted with the centre of town Read Less
3 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2019
A most enjoyable day. Strongly recommend to future tourists. Loved Richmond in Tasmania and the hospitality afforded us by the Puddleduck Vineyard where we had lunch, was superb.
A most enjoyable day. Strongly recommend to future tourists. Loved Richmond in Tasmania and the hospitality afforded us by the Puddleduck Vineyard where we had lunch, was superb. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: February 2019
There was a merry band welcoming us but to be honest we have had better welcomes in third world countries than what was offered here ! The welcomers were friendly and directed us to shuttle busses to the city. Unfortunately these buses ... Read More
There was a merry band welcoming us but to be honest we have had better welcomes in third world countries than what was offered here ! The welcomers were friendly and directed us to shuttle busses to the city. Unfortunately these buses took nearly an hour to get in to the city. We were told the busses would run every 20 min. Our return wait was 35min for a bus and then another 1 hour bus trip to get back on the ship. Surely 2,000+ well-heeled tourists could be treated a little better if you want to show off the best of your city and encourage repeat business? Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2019
Kurt our guide was fantastic. Love the atmosphere of Hanhdorf even though I have been there before. The german feel around the village is surreal.
Kurt our guide was fantastic. Love the atmosphere of Hanhdorf even though I have been there before. The german feel around the village is surreal. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
We have visited South Australia before and particularly enjoed the Clare and Barossa Valley Wine regions and the town of Hahndorf. Adelaide city is a mixed bag. Pretty down by the river but a bit grotty in some parts of the CBD.
We have visited South Australia before and particularly enjoed the Clare and Barossa Valley Wine regions and the town of Hahndorf. Adelaide city is a mixed bag. Pretty down by the river but a bit grotty in some parts of the CBD. Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: December 2018
Easy access to the train station. Australian seniors travel free at certain times. Visited Port Adelaide on our first day - lovely old federation buildings and small port area. Day 2 we met friends who took us to Mount Lofty - great ... Read More
Easy access to the train station. Australian seniors travel free at certain times. Visited Port Adelaide on our first day - lovely old federation buildings and small port area. Day 2 we met friends who took us to Mount Lofty - great views on a clear day - unfortunately it rained when we visited. City centre is easily walked - city of churches - lots of them! Beautiful botanical gardens. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: November 2018
There are lots of things you can do in Adelaide on your own. Again, the locals were friendly & helpful and Adelaide has great transportation to get around in.
There are lots of things you can do in Adelaide on your own. Again, the locals were friendly & helpful and Adelaide has great transportation to get around in. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: March 2018
Adelaide is the gateway to the Claire and Barossa Vallies and McLaren Vale wine regions - wonderful experiences await you there. The public transportation is excellent and you can visit the city directly from the pier without any trouble. ... Read More
Adelaide is the gateway to the Claire and Barossa Vallies and McLaren Vale wine regions - wonderful experiences await you there. The public transportation is excellent and you can visit the city directly from the pier without any trouble. Renting a car, especially on the weekend, is a little difficult, but possible and worth it. Read Less
6 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
Second time here although the last time we spent most of it at Glenelg (beach). It was ok. Botanics lovely but felt the city was a bit soulless.
Second time here although the last time we spent most of it at Glenelg (beach). It was ok. Botanics lovely but felt the city was a bit soulless. Read Less
8 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
Aussie band welcoming. Lots of volunteers to assist. Local train into Adelaide runs every 30 minutes and Seniors are free between 9am and 3pm
Aussie band welcoming. Lots of volunteers to assist. Local train into Adelaide runs every 30 minutes and Seniors are free between 9am and 3pm Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2018
The good weather made for a pleasant walk through the Cruise Terminal car park to the Outer Harbor Rail Station. Otherwise the walk would be unpleasant since it is not covered and is fully exposed to weather conditions. We arranged our ... Read More
The good weather made for a pleasant walk through the Cruise Terminal car park to the Outer Harbor Rail Station. Otherwise the walk would be unpleasant since it is not covered and is fully exposed to weather conditions. We arranged our own excursion to Cleland Wildlife Park, via Uber, and enjoyed a great time and walk among the kangaroos and saw koalas, dingoes, birds, reptiles, and a Tasmanian Devil. Read Less
2 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: January 2018
40 minute train ride from the port to Adelaide city but was ok. Not much to do in the actual city so you need to arrange a day trip to visit the city outskirts. Local tours are much cheaper that what's offered on board.
40 minute train ride from the port to Adelaide city but was ok. Not much to do in the actual city so you need to arrange a day trip to visit the city outskirts. Local tours are much cheaper that what's offered on board. Read Less

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