Heritage, ART and Culture
As you take a trip through Adelaide’s history, you will feel the essence of Adelaide’s quiet refinement and how it came to be.
Settled in 1836 as a free, self-sustaining colony, Adelaide became a self-governing region only twenty years later in 1856. Adelaide was a well planned city that offered ownership of land at a price, with good employment opportunities for those who emigrated here.
Our museums and heritage sites and tours tell the story of our settlement in this wonderful city and how it came to be. We will also take you back thousands of years before settlement when the Kaurna People were custodians of the Adelaide region.
Travel along beautiful coastline as you learn a unique insight into the history, culture and heritage of the traditional custodians. An experienced local guide will provide awareness of Glenelg’s significant aboriginal history whilst you cruise the Adelaide coastline. Relax on Adelaide Ocean Safari’s new vessel, which provides comfortable seating and undercover protection and takes you to locations only visible by water. A perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the local Aboriginal stories and their connection to the ocean and land.
Phone 0417 551 444