Last updated on May 3, 2024 by Stefano Ferro, travelling and making photos for 20 years. Read more Things to do

Adelaide Food Tours: Wine and Dine to your delight

Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia. It is a small city taking only 20 minutes to get to any point. If you’re looking for delicious food and wine Adelaide tours, then this guide will help you.

The vibrant Adelaide restaurants take pride in serving local produce.

Take a short drive to the charming landscape of Barossa Valley, one of the best wine regions in the country.

South Australia produces more than 50% of all the wine in the country.

Explore the wine region and taste Pinot Noir and Chardonnay during your wine tour.

On the journey back to your hotel, enjoy some snacks from the Coles catalogue. A box of Maltesers is easy to share and only costs $6.

A great place to go on food tours, Australia has plenty to offer. This wine region hosts some of the best food tours in the world.

If you want to know the best location to explore this region, read this guide on where to stay in Adelaide.

Riding in the Adelaide Hills
Riding in the Adelaide Hills

Food experiences in Adelaide

In 2021, Adelaide was named one of the most livable cities in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit. So you will discover the best spots for food and drink.

Food tours Australia offers a range of food tours that suit families, early birds, and anyone else.

Adelaide has a variety of food tour experiences.

Relax and enjoy a High tea Cruise on the Torrens River. Explore the markets on a fun walking food tour of Adelaide city.

For something mysterious, check out…

Mystery Wine Region Adventure – Barossa Valley

For secret food tours, try the Mystery Wine Region Adventure in Barossa Valley.

A self-guided tour with 5-6 stops where you can sample local food and wine.

Clues and games will guide you to your mystery destinations on a fun and quirky day out.

Adelaide gourmet food tours

For a gourmet experience, join the Adelaide Central Market The Collaborators Dinner Tour.

This walking tour will please the fussiest palates.

Your tastebuds will sing when enjoying a 4-course roving dining experience.

Savor the meal with selected wines and coffees. Allow your guide to show you around the markets.

Finally, meet the people who supply produce to make your dinner possible.

Entrance to the famous Seppeltsfield Winery in the Barossa Valley
Entrance to the famous Seppeltsfield Winery in the Barossa Valley

Adelaide wine food tours

Adelaide food tours with wine are a great way to spend time when visiting South Australia.

Adelaide is a good base for exploring the city, the vineyards, and the Adelaide Hills.

Barossa Valley Wineries tour with tastings and lunch, Barossa vineyard

This is a famous food tour. Enjoy a full day out in Barossa Valley on a guided tour.

Your knowledgeable guide is friendly and entertaining. They will offer tips to help you make the most of your time in Adelaide.

On the day, you will visit 4 different vineyards and discover the history of wine production.

Enjoy interactive wine tastings that are a fun experience. Relax with an exceptional lunch and get to know other people on the tour.

d’Arenberg Cube, McLaren Vale

Visit the d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale. Looking like a giant Rubix cube, it reflects the complexity of winemaking.

Go at your own pace on this self-guided tour over five levels. There is a tasting room where you can try various wines.

Create your own wine blend by visiting The Blending Bench and taking your unique wine home.

Walking inside the Seppeltsfield Winery
Walking inside the Seppeltsfield Winery
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