- Adelaide 19 – 26 January 2014
Stage 6 - Adelaide City Council Street Circuit
Interested in cycling? Keen on finding out what there is to see, do and experience across each stage of the Santos Tour Down Under? World Detours Down Under is for you!
Plan your day out for Stage 6 - Adelaide City Council Street Circuit, using the Detours Down Under guide below. Enjoy the food, wine and lifestyle experiences available along the race route.
Art Gallery of South Australia
Enter the beautiful Art Gallery of South Australia and view one of Australia’s finest collections of Australian and International art. Admire the extensive collection of Aboriginal dot paintings or trace the development of Australian art from the colonial period to today.
Transport yourself to another world at Adelaide Zoo where there are more than 1,800 animals and nearly 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. It’s also home to Wang Wang and Funi, the only Giant Pandas in the southern hemisphere.
National Wine Centre of Australia
Hone your wine appreciation senses at the National Wine Centre of Australia where you can learn all about wine and winemaking from the ground up. The interactive Wine Discovery Journey and Exhibition will give you a taste of South Australia’s renowned wine country all within the CBD.
Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute
Gain an insight into the world’s oldest culture at Tandanya the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute. Admire contemporary and traditional Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture through the performing and visual arts. There is a free cultural tour on Thursdays and a didgeridoo or dance performance from Tuesday to Sunday.
Haigh’s Chocolates Visitor Centre
Attention sweet tooths! Haigh’s Chocolates is a South Australian icon and is a family owned business now in its fourth generation. Go on a free factory tour to see chocolates being made, original chocolate packaging, old machinery and early photographs...best of all taste some of the 250 chocolate products being made. But be warned – tours are popular so don’t forget to book!