South Australia is proud to host the World Routes 2019 event in its capital of Adelaide.
With direct access from major Asian, Middle East, Pacific and Domestic airports, it is a simple hop, skip or jump down under.
Adelaide has one of the fastest airport to city transfers anywhere in the world (just 10 minutes), meaning you can check into your hotel and relax that little bit sooner.
Undoubtedly the most walkable Capital city in Australia, delegates will enjoy exceptional ease and value during World Routes 2019.
With a population of a little over 1 million people, a Mediterranean climate, a vibrant food, wine, art, shopping, festivals and bar scene, you will sample the best of Australia.
A cosmopolitan city surrounded by parklands, stroll along the North Terrace boulevard and visit the many art galleries and museums. Cross the gentle River Torrens to the iconic Adelaide Oval to witness the unique game of Australian Rules Football.
South Australia - Lonely Planet's 5th best region to visit in 2017 - also boasts iconic regional destinations like the Flinders Ranges and Outback and Kangaroo Island - our very own island paradise.
World renowned wine regions of the Barossa, Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale providing 200 cellar doors within one hour from city centre.
Discover Eyre Peninsula, Australia’s seafood frontier, where you can swim with sea lions, cage dive with Great White sharks, or simply shuck an Oyster straight from the ocean.
World Heritage-listed caves can be found at Naracoorte on the Limestone Coast. The magnificent Murray River winds through South Australia from the Riverland, through to the Coorong,
The South Australian coastline is more than 3,800 kilometres long and is punctuated by towns, sandy beaches, stunning cliffs and jetties. There's fantastic fishing, boating, surfing, and scuba diving to enjoy.
With so much to look forward to, we can’t wait to welcome you to Adelaide for World Routes 2019.
If you would like any tips on what to see and do in Adelaide, feel free to contact our larger than life ambassador Roopert! You can even follow him on Twitter Roopert@Adelaide_WR2019