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Adelaide Central YHA

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Things to do in Adelaide Central YHA

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FREE Bike Hire

Make the most of FREE bike hire and discover everything Adelaide has to offer with a load of great trails along the river to the beach. Available every day, ask at Reception where you can pick up a free bike,

Every day

Continental Brekky

Our continential brekky is the best way to start your day of adventure in Adelaide - every morning!

Every morning
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FREE things to do in Adelaide

  1. Head to the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide, its' 19 parks now cover 45% of the city area. The magnificent Botanic Gardens is a little jewel of Victorian horticulture.
  2. The South Australian Museum is one of the most-visited cultural institutions in Australia. The wonderfully intimate space is home to the world’s largest collections of Aboriginal artifacts, with over 3,000 items on display.
  3. Run, don't walk to the Central Market. It features farm fresh fruit and vegetables to hormone-free meats, artisan cheeses, smoked meats and some of the world’s best seafood - all for you to eat!
  4. For a joyful Adelaide experience peddle down to the coast for the day using the city’s free bicycle hire scheme, Bicycle SA (BIKESA). Linear Park stretches all the way from the Adelaide Hills to the beach.

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Adelaide Zoo
10% Off admission
Adelaide Zoo is home to more than 3,000 animals and almost 250 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited in either hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings.
Urban Cow Studio - Gallery
10% Off
Urban Cow has been a mecca for artists and art lovers in Adelaide for over two decades. Unique gallery and retail space displaying artwork from 150+ South Australian artists.
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