Highlights of What's On in Adelaide in April The madness of March and Fringe Festival fever is finally finished, and now we can look forward to a well deserved break over the Easter long weekend. Thousands of South Australians will flock through Port Wakefield to get away to the Yorke Peninsula, or escape the city to Victor Harbor and Granite Island for their annual Easter break.
Easter is a time for a little indulgence, and chocolate goodies are an important part of that. If you're looking for traditional Easter treats here are our suggestions. Fashionable foodies will also head over to Superfish for their Easter long weekend party and drink specials - with a side serve of chocolate eggs.
What's On in Adelaide - Free Things to Do in April You can't have enough music in your life, and dogs often share this passion. Head to Houndwave in Adelaide's Light Square on Saturday April 1, where your pooch can be star of the show.
Gardeners are in luck the next weekend in April, with fun things to do at the ABC Gardeners Market, while the Adelaide Botanic Garden hosts its Heirloom Weekend with freebies for all the family. Down in Macclesfield their gravity defying festival is a fun family alternative if you don't have a green thumb.
This Race Looks Potentially Painful (Image: Macclesfield Gravity Festival)
Port Adelaide has lined up a full weekend of free things to do for the spectacular Wonderwalls Street Art Festival from April 21-23. Watch massive murals add colour and brighten the streets of the Port, and munch on some yummy food while you're down there.
It's hard to find free activities for kids, but Cirkidz have come to the rescue with their Come and Try Saturdays in April. There's more free fun at Prospect Eco Market on April 29, or get a head start on the Tasting Australia festival in Adelaide from April 30 with these free things to do.
Watch Artists at Work: Drawing Murals at the Wonderwalls Festival
Other Exciting Things to See and Do in Adelaide
No Easter long weekend is complete without eating out at least once, and I do love waterside dining at the Admiral's Bar Bistro at North Haven. It's so soothing listening to the water lapping against boats while the birds call, with a fresh sea breeze tickling your nose. But if North Haven is out of the way for you, then check out Adelaide's new home for food trucks - the Food Truck Movement @ Adelaide Showgrounds. You'll be entranced by the ever changing menu, there's free entry, and it's open from Friday to Sunday every weekend.
Great South Australian Food and Wine at the Showgrounds With the Food Truck Movement
Whatever you do - make the most of your Easter long weekend, because it's the best break you will have for a while. If you need even more inspiration about things to do and what's on in Adelaide, just click on the Easter link.