Adelaide Mount Lofty Excursion Reviews

Adelaide Mount Lofty cruise excursion
Overall Rating
The summit of Mount Lofty, 2,100 feet above sea level, is one of the best vantage points to view Adelaide's rolling hills and sprawling cityscape.
Member Image Megajoy
1 review
Jan 2017
It's a lookout. You can look out. On a clear day you can see Adelaide. Highlight here is the exceptional gift shop.
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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image chellebelle22
1 review
Oct 2015
absolutely loved Hahndorf but tour was and hour and a half late so cut down on time spent there. Mount Lofty was amazing views, I imagine on a good weather day the view would be awesome. lunch was included and very nice and the service and tour was really good. enjoyable day
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Provider: Princess Cruises
Member Image justrfun2
2 reviews
Jan 2013
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image boyroy
5 reviews
Not Rated
Jan 2013

Adelaide, Australia ----- We took the Adelaide and Wildlife Park ships tour 5 hours. We were driven through the city up to Mt. Lofty for great photos. We then went to the Cleland Wildlife Park. They have many of the animals you would expect to see in Australia. My wife was able, for a fee, to hold a Koala and have her photo taken. We were also able to walk in an open field and feed kangaroos by hand.

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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image Hershey's Mom
1 review
Mar 2012
A nice lookout, but we were there on a windy, foggy day. We had lunch at a restaurant on Mount Lofty and it was delicious.
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Member Image sunspring
3 reviews
Mar 2012
Cleland Wildlife Park is a must if you want to walk right up to wallabies and kangaroos and look at koala bears, Tasmanian devils, etc. Glenelg has a nice beach. Haigh's chocolates are very tasty but if you're with a bus group it's waay overcrowded and wild, you can't really make a choice, just grab, pay, and get out.
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