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There's Plenty of Fun for Kids at the Garden of Unearthly Delights
Highlights of What's On in Adelaide in March When you see what's on in Adelaide during March, the only dilemma that you face is finding time for all the exciting things to do. On the cultural front, the Adelaide Fringe and Adelaide Festival are packed with performances. Take your pick of comedy, film, dance and art - it's all there for you until March 18. You can also be creative yourself at Adelaide Writers Week from March 3 until March 8.
For many people, the throaty roar and pungent fumes of mechanical might are what makes your heart beat faster, and the Adelaide 500 should do the trick. Personally, I prefer an edgier race and less noise, with the excitement building more slowly, and you can't go past the Great Australian Snail Race for that.
Otherwise, why not enjoy the hedonistic pleasures of the best food and wine at the Cellar Door Fest in Adelaide? There's no need to drive all about South Australia for wine tastings when many regional wineries are represented at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Home Ground cafe court is sure to have some tasty food on offer to soak up any excess wine.
The Tall Ship HMB Endeavour Visits Port Adelaide in 2016
Other Exciting Things to See and Do in Adelaide Escape the frenzy of the Fringe Festival and meet new friends when you get social at the historic Duke of Brunswick Hotel in the city. Heading north you'll find a taste of Scandinavian food at New Nordic restaurant in Prospect, or great coffee and brunch at The Food Barr in Mawson Lakes.