These tours are ideal for:
These tours are ideal for:
workers travelling to Adelaide from interstate or overseas who have a spare hour between meetings, at lunch time or before or after work. This tour will make your trip more memorable, enjoyable and efficient since you will have a better understanding of the orientation of Adelaide and how to navigate the transport system and city better. You may even impress the people you work with, or the clients you see, since you will know more information than them about Adelaide!
people holidaying in Adelaide (or
who have just moved to Adelaide), who want to
better understand Adelaide's orientation, history, culture, social
growing industries and know the best places to take good photos. You
will also get to meet some of the locals. By the
, growing industries and know the best places to take good photos. You will also get to meet some of the locals. By theend of this tour you will have at least one free optional photo of yourself at a memorable place in Adelaide which you can share with your friends.
people living in Adelaide who want to know more about Adelaide in an active and entertaining way. If you want to know the answers to these questions and more, come and join Neil for a tour.
Which famous soldier name should be on the South African War Memorial but who is not?
Which 1000 tonne building in Victoria Square was moved 34 metres in 1979?
What is wrong with the Beatles picture at the Town Hall?
Here in Adelaide did Neil take this picture taken from?
These tours are also perfect for corporate functions, team building and those seeking a different experience of Adelaide!
Everyone on the tours will:
be briefly taken to many of the interesting places in Adelaide, with the aim of allowing them to return to the places that interest them at a later time.
be provided with an idea of the history of Adelaide, as well as some of the current issues impacting every day people
be provided with an idea of how to get around Adelaide in an efficient and safe manner, and get the most from their tourist dollar.
be able to share their points of view, and share their experiences.
be provided with an understanding of how Adelaide has influenced the rest of Australia, and the rest of the world.
Tours can be run each day at: 7:30am, 10am, 12:20pm, 2pm or 5:30pm, however bookings are essential and bookings will be put together to add up to at least six people for each tour, however, once a tour is running, people will be able to join without notice.
The maximum number of people on a tour will be 20, and priority will be given to those who book in advance. The tours will be adapted for the main population of the group, however preference will be given to those who have either paid and booked rather than those who have just turned up, so each tour could be quite different.
Photos: Neil may take photos during the tour, however they will not appear on social media, unless he has your permission. The best photo can be emailed to you for free as a memento if you want. The tour will focus on places where you can take great/interesting/unique photos in Adelaide.
All walking tours are different, and will end at a place where the group can have a refreshment drink, relax and ask questions about Adelaide and get to know others in the group for a little while. Participants will then be given the option to continue on the next walking tour with Neil, or return later in the day or week for a different walk covering a different area of Adelaide.