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Now far be it for me to lure the upright and temperate tourist to turn to a life ravaged by alcohol. For the Port's pubs also provide very tasty sustenance in the form of meals and snacks, so nobody should feel the need to drink alcohol unless are so inclined.
At least we can be thankful that licensing laws have moved on since 1839, when publicans when required to provide for: ..a traveller and his horse, or a traveller without a horse, the horse of a traveller not becoming a guest of the house ..or any corpse which may be brought to his public house for the purpose of a Coroner's inquest.
Sadly the list is a lot shorter than it would have been ten or twenty years ago, but the ten pubs on the list will probably be enough to satisfy even the most demanding dipsomaniac.
So you can now legitimately wander around the pubs as much as you like, without grounds for your partner to complain that you never go anywhere without having a drink. You can roll your eyes, point to the potted pub histories in the brochure, and truthfully say that you are hunting ghosts.
On Port Adelaide walks to heritage pubs I think it unlikely that you will see anything of the paranormal without the aid of liquid spirits, but it is definitely one of the fun things to do in Adelaide.
Let us know of any unusual discoveries that you make in the comments.