Getting to know a new city can take time. Even with the best research and planning, you may find you need a bit of extra help or would like advice from a knowledgeable local. If you’re in Adelaide and have questions, there are a number of places to find friendly and helpful people to point you in the right direction.
Adelaide Visitor Information Centre
The Adelaide Visitor Information Centre is located in the heart of Adelaide's shopping precinct, in James Place just off Rundle Mall, and offers assistance to local, interstate and overseas visitors. The Centre is staffed by knowledgeable, enthusiastic volunteers who can assist you with directions, brochures, maps, event guides and journey planning that will help you make the most of your time in Adelaide and South Australia.
Free short term wheelchair and pusher hire is available.
Also available from the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre is a free 30 - 45 minute orientation walk called First Steps in Adelaide. This orientation walk takes you around Rundle Mall and the nearby precinct to introduce new visitors to the city and highlight major attractions, public transport and current events. The walk departs from the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre every weekday (excluding public holidays) at 9.30am, bookings are not required.
If you have been to Adelaide before or have friends and relatives coming to Adelaide for a holiday why not book an Adelaide Greeter, a free guided, personalised walk in the city.
T: 1300 588 140
Monday – Friday: 9am – 5pm
Saturday – Sunday: 10am – 4pm
Public holidays: 11am – 3pm
Closed on Christmas Day and Good Friday.