Things to Do in Adelaide in May with Surf & Sun

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4 of the Most Popular Things to Do in Adelaide inMay

Adelaide is a fantastic city for activities and events with everything on offer from top league sports matches to heritage attractions and surfing at some of South Australias finest beaches. Here are 4 of the Most PopularThings to Do in Adelaidein May.

Sports fans will find Adelaide a brilliant city for getting active or if you dont fancy participating yourself there are plenty of options for spectator viewing.

On Sunday 1 May, you can get the chance to experience the 2016 Hyundai A-League Grand Final at Adelaide Oval at a Grand Final luncheon from the prime viewing area of the Ian McLachlan Room at the famous Adelaide Oval.

Set on the third level of the Ovals Western Stand, the Ian McLachlan Room has unrivalled views of the field and youll be sure to enjoy the premium hospitality as you watch Adelaide Uniteds first home Grand Final. The Grand Final packages include a 2-course meal, 4-hours drinks package, superb Category A seating, access to the post-match function and special guest appearances from past and current players.

Adelaide United Chief Executive Officer, Grant Mayer, says It is the perfect opportunity for Adelaide United supporters to celebrate this fantastic occasion with other passionate Reds fans. You will struggle to find seats with views equal or better to those from those adjoined to the Ian McLachlan Room. Reminisce on whats been an absolutely incredible season so far for Guillermo

Amor and our Reds, before celebrating the teams successes alongside the squad in the most unique event of the year. Demand is expected to be high, so grab any last minute tickets.About one and a half hours from Adelaide, a popular daytrip is to the town of Goolwa located on the Fleurieu Peninsula.

Goolwa has many attractions that cater to all ages. One of the bestthings to do in Goolwais to visit Hindmarsh Island which is an island in the lower Murray River. Its a popular tourist destination, especially since the Hindmarsh Island bridge opened 15 years ago. You can go camping there, see the Hindmarsh Island Monument, follow walking trails or visit Narnu Farm.

if youre visiting Adelaide and want to enjoy the great outdoors, book in a surf lesson at Middleton, just over an hours drive from the city.

Learning to surf is one of the coolestthings to do in Middletonand the bonus is you can grab an ice cream after a surf lesson, or head to Heritage Pies & Pastries for one of their homemade pies and sit on the shaded balcony or in The Boardroom with old graffiti-decorated surfboards.

Another fantastic place to visit in May is Victor Harbor, the most populous coastal town on the Fleurieu Peninsula and easily reached within one hour from Adelaide.

Victor Harbor is well known for its Clydesdale horse-drawn tramway that travels from the visitor information centre in downtown Victor Harbor along a causeway to nearby Granite Island. The tram runs every day of the year and is one of the very few horse-drawn tram routes remaining in public transit service anywhere in the world.

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