Highlights of What's On in Adelaide in September The city of Adelaide blossoms as we come into spring, and we're suddenly spoilt for choice with so many fun things to do. The Royal Adelaide Show, Father's Day, the school holidays and a flurry of festivals ensure that there's something to suit everyone's taste.
You need to discover more soon about the Open State 2017 festival which starts at the end of the month. It's full of unusual, tasty, strange and exciting things to do, and has many free events too. Check out the program - but don't leave it too late, as the best events will be booked out.
What's On in Adelaide - Free Things to Do in September It's all happening the first weekend of September with lots of free things to do. Come and Try Dragonboating, a new RSPCA Op Shop to visit, and the Fathers & Generations of Horsepower motor show in the Westfield Marion car park all compete for your attention.
Not Free, but Fun Things to Do in Adelaide The Royal Adelaide Show rightly takes the spotlight for the first half of the month, as families with children head there in droves. Of course prices go up every year but we have tips for how to save money when you visit, and recommendations for free things to do at the Show.
If you get high on food then take a look at these top spots on Gouger Street: you may be in for a surprise. Also in Adelaide city is the unlikely named Poke Me cafe which is changing our traditional culinary landscape.