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The Art Gallery Of South Australia
At the Art Gallery of South Australia, you can experience a collection that embraces many diverse cultures and crosses thousands of years of human history. Comprising of almost 45,000 works of art spanning 2000 years, our collection includes paintings, sculpture, prints and drawings, photographs and videos, textiles and clothing, ceramics, glass, metalwork, jewellery and furniture.
Visit AGSA and join a free tour, become the artist in our Studio, take part in our dynamic public programs, or be tempted by our offerings in the Gallery Store and Restaurant.
We believe in the power of art to enrich the lives of all.
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Beags is not your regular beer garden - its large heritage brick wall serves as a canvas for projections and installations by digital artists enhanced by live acoustic performances and DJ tunes. On the menu you’ll find everything from cheese boards and burgers, to hot wings and great vegan options, accompanied by beer and wine from some of SA’s best producers.Get Directions
Step inside the walls of Casablabla and be transported to faraway, exotic lands. Inspired by the pulsating rhythms and mouth-watering flavours of Morocco, Turkey, Bali and Cambodia, Casablabla is neither restaurant nor club, but this genre-blurring venue sure makes for good memories.Get Directions
Lion Arts Factory
Your go-to venue for live music as well as comedy acts, pop-up markets and micro-music festivals, the much-loved Lion Arts Factory’s appeal begins with its heritage listed building status and culminates with its sunrise o’clock closing hour (5am). Located in Adelaide’s West End – named one of one of the Coolest Neighbourhoods in Australia by Lonely Planet – expect all-night good times.Get Directions
Just ten minutes from Hotel Indigo Adelaide Markets, The Gov is for hard-core music lovers. For something a little quirky, the Adelaide Ukulele Appreciation Society meets here on Tuesdays. How about Open Mic Nights? Wednesday is your day. Swing by to discover why dozens of photos of famous musicians line this venue’s walls.Get Directions
Supported by the pillars of sustainability, local produce and social responsibility, the team at Aurora aim to create memorable dining experiences that nourish and engage.
A purpose-built braai is at the centre of the open kitchen which produces modern cuisine at international standards with dishes from across the globe. Visit Aurora for a fine dining journey.Get Directions
Prohibition Liquor Co
With the introduction of prohibition in 1920, a shadowy, underground industry sprang into existence.
Its aim? To give the people what they wanted most. Gin was the liquor of choice. Produced by clandestine, bootleg spirit makers. One hundred years later, their spirit lives on at the Prohibition Liquor Co. But while our small-batch craftsmanship may echo that of the bootleggers, our artisan philosophy and obsession with only the world’s finest botanicals result in an altogether more sophisticated and premium end result.Get Directions
Sparkke at the Whitmore
Sparkke at the Whitmore is our first venue and one of Australia’s first female founded and led brew pubs.
Here, makers are celebrated, including our own talented team. Everything we do at the Whitmore is driven by our values – what that means for you is that everyone can expect a warm, safe welcoming experience with our passion of excellence clearly visible. The combination of our food and beverage options, events and artists make Sparkke at the Whitmore a standout award winning venue. As we head towards summer, our Rooftop Bar and Fire Grill is Adelaide’s best location for our house speciality spritzes, 100% natural brews or delicious piping hot food.Get Directions
Adelaide Central Market
Established in 1869, the Adelaide Central Market has been a thriving hub of food and culture for over 150 years.
With over 70 traders under one roof, the Adelaide Central Market is one of the largest undercover fresh produce markets in the southern hemisphere, buzzing with life and colour all year round. The Market offers a huge range of fresh food including fruit and vegetables, meat and poultry, seafood, cheeses, bakery, smallgoods and health foods, along with some of Adelaide’s most popular cafes and eateries. With over 9 million visitors every year, the Adelaide Central Market remains Adelaide’s premier food destination for multicultural cuisine and fresh produce.Get Directions