Adelaide City Visitor Information Centres
Visitor Information Centres will help you make the most of your time in Adelaide.
Whether you need directions, suggestions or local knowledge, just drop in and say “hi”. Look for the blue sign with a yellow “i” on it. The staff can tell you about local attractions you shouldn't miss, the best accommodation and where to dine.
Adelaide Visitor Information Centre
Stroll down Rundle Mall and stop by the visitor information centre in James Place, just opposite the Myer Centre, for information about transport, events, activities and attractions. Collect brochures, maps and some great holiday ideas.
James Place (off Rundle Mall), Adelaide
Telephone: 1300 655 276 Monday to Friday
Telephone: 1300 588 140 Weekends and public holidays
Glenelg Visitor Information Centre
Step off the tram and make a bee line for the visitor information centre. Find out about local events, attractions and walking tours.
Glenelg Town Hall, Moseley Square
Telephone: +61 8 8294 5833
Toll free: 1300 422 008 (within Australia)
Mount Lofty Summit Visitor Information Centre
Mount Lofty Summit, Crafers, South Australia
Telephone: +61 8 8370 1054
Port Adelaide Visitor Information Centre
The main street of Port Adelaide is a great way to start the day. Find out about river cruises, pubs, breweries and fantastic museums in the area.
66 Commercial Road, Port Adelaide
Telephone: +61 8 8405 6560
Toll free: 1800 629 888 (within Australia)
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Here's where to find Visitor Information Centres in Adelaide and surrounds.