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Exciting changes in Adelaide Posted on - Monday, February 25, 2013
The team at Adelaide Paringa are excited about the changes to Adelaide in 2013. More than $1.2 billion is being spent on Adelaide’s Riverbank including a footbridge across the Torrens Lake. Cricket fans heading to the Ashes Test in December will be able to cross the new $40 million Footbridge to Adelaide Oval. Other works on the Riverbank include pedestrian linkages, offices and bistro facilities to be integrated in the Festival Centre complex.
Rundle Mall is also going to be redeveloped to create more space. Already the changes have commenced with more seating, greenery and bicycle racks.
Bank Street connecting Hindley Street and North Terrace is also going to experience some significant changes. This will include making the street bicycle friendly, adding more landscaping and increase seating. The transformation to Leigh Street last year was a huge success and we hope Bank Street becomes just as vibrant.
Adelaide Paringa is less than 5 minutes walk from all these exciting transformations so be sure to check them out on your next visit to Adelaide.
Cellar Door Wine Festival– 22-24 February 2013 Posted on - Friday, February 15, 2013
The Cellar Door Festival is back again at the Adelaide Convention Centre only minutes from Adelaide Paringa. See all that South Australia’s Wine regions have to offer as well as the best food, beer and cider. Try wines from 13 iconic regions and enjoy unlimited tastings from more than 150 wineries. Try new varietals, meet winemakers, indulge at the Regional Farmers Market and take part in one of the many master classes available. Don’t feel like you need to leave the kids at home there is a kid’s corner where they can learn to make their very own free plaster fun house.
If you love South Australia as much as we do be sure to check out this not to be missed event. If you plan on having a few drinks be sure not to drive home or why not book a night at Adelaide Paringa? We have a variety of rooms for singles, couples and families.
School Holidays– 13 – 28 April 2013 Posted on - Monday, February 11, 2013
Before we know it Term 1 of school will be over and it will be school holidays yet again! This is often a busy time for us here at Adelaide Paringa with many families visiting the Adelaide CBD for one of our many fun-filled activities.
There are so many activities in Adelaide for the kids. Adelaide Aquatic Centre, SA Museum and the Art Gallery all have a great school holiday programmes and Rundle Mall is bustling with fun-filled activities and entertainment. Elder Park has paddleboat rides and while you’re there why not try a trip on the Popeye to Adelaide Zoo and meet the Panda’s?
Another popular destination is Glenelg, just a short tram ride from Adelaide Paringa’s doorstep. Families flock to this beachside suburb where Mosley square is filled with activities and the Beach House with rides, waterslides and arcade games.
So before we fill make your booking at Adelaide Paringa for the family and be central to all of Adelaide’s school holiday activities.
Easter – 29 March 2013 – 1 April 2013 Posted on - Friday, February 01, 2013
It feels like just yesterday we were pulling crackers at Christmas Lunch and watching the fireworks on New Years! The shops are already filled with Easter eggs and before we know it we will be enjoying yet another long weekend.
With Mad March, Easter tends to creep up on us and accommodation can be hard to come by. With this in mind Adelaide Paringa have an early Easter present for you. It’s not chocolate but we do have a “Stay and Save Package” available if you stay at Adelaide Paringa for 4 nights from Friday to Monday and you never know the Easter Bunny might leave a little treat for you.
Being right in the heart of Adelaide why not set up an Easter egg hunt for the kids at the Adelaide Zoo or Botanic Gardens that are even open on the public holidays. You can find these attractions and many more in walking distance from Adelaide Paringa.
So for the perfect Easter getaway “Stay and Save” at Adelaide Paringa.