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Adelaide Backpackers Inn
112 Carrington Street
Free call: 1800 099 318
Phone: 08 82236635
Adelaide - The Gateway to the Outback and Beyond
Adelaide is a great 'base camp' to start your tours from. ABPI is offering a huge range of tours with our own tour desk.
Explore Uluru and surroundings, the Flinders Ranges just a day trip north of Adelaide, drink Australian made wine in the famous Barossa Valley or relax for a couple of days on Kangaroo Island.Tour to Melbourne via the Great Ocean Road. Whatever you want to do, we can offer you a great tour.
The Barossa Valley is only 60 km from Adelaide and is home to some of the oldest wineries in Australia and some of the oldest Shiraz vines in the world. It is a great day trip, which also takes you through the Mount Lofty Ranges and past the Whispering Wall, a dam wall with amazing acoustics.
The Mount Lofty Ranges
The Mount Lofty Ranges which are only 15km from ABPI and with its rugged cliffs and panoramic views they give travelers a unique opportunity to experience Australian Flora and Fauna.
Koalas are abundant in the wild and the coloring of the parrots has to be seen to be believed. There are several picturesque waterfalls and the view of the 'City of Adelaide' from the summit of Mount Lofty either day or night is spectacular and on a clear day you can even see Kangaroo Island.
Kangaroo Island is one of the jewels of South Australia, with its spectacular coastline and its abundance of wild life, it a great place to visit. You can get close and friendly with sea lions and seals, kangaroos and koalas. Kangaroo Island with all its attractions still retains its rural charm. The drive to Cape Jervois the starting point for the Ferry to Kangaroo Island takes you through the Southern Vales another great wine growing region of South Australia.
The Flinders Ranges and the Outback
Adelaide is the Gateway to the Outback with the Flinders Ranges starting just 200km north of Adelaide. There are beautiful walks and the spectacularly rugged Wilpena Pound is a must to see. A great place to spend a few days on your way to Coober Pedy and Ayers Rock, the Olgas and Kings Canyon.
Whale watching at Victor Harbour, which is a beautiful beach side town some 80 kilometers from Adelaide, is the easiest place to see the Southern Right Whales during their migration to Australian waters from June to September.
There are great surfing beaches within a few kilometers from Victor Harbour and Kangaroo Island can be seen while driving along the South Coast to Cape Jervois. The drive to Victor Harbour can be through the Mount Lofty Ranges and return via the Southern Vales.
Coober Pedy is a fascinating Opal mining town half way between Adelaide and Alice Springs where over half the population live under ground.
Uluru (Ayers Rock)
It is one of the great natural wonders of the world. We offer a great range of tours to explore Uluru and its surroundings.
Surfing: There are great surfing beaches within 90 kilometres of Adelaide Diving in the Gulf of St Vincent. Skydiving at Strathalbyn Australian Rules Football (winter only) Cricket (Summer only) Bushwalking in the Mount Lofty Ranges Swimming with Dolphins from Glenelg