Meet your friendly local guide at Victoria Square the heart of Adelaide's CBD for your pick up.
They will provide you with an overview of what makes Adelaide tick and how we came to become the art/culture and event capital of Australia.
You'll head to the south-west of the CBD passing by the well known Adelaide Central Markets and China town District before heading deep into the "Beirut Quarter" - an area well known for its grass roots community organisations, artisans, hip cafes and historic housing developments.
Next you'll cruise in your EcoCaddy along the southern perimeter of the CBD winding through the backstreets and discovering artistic gems that only locals know about.
You're guide will then bring you see some of the largest murals in the CBD done by acclaimed local artists Vans The Omega and Lisa King in the central part of the city, heading along Adelaide's mini Wall Street - the heart of SA's economy.
You'll arrive in the eastern quarter of the CBD, home to SA's retail district Rundle Mall and Rundle Street popping a couple blocks behind the main strip to reveal the smaller back lanes that feature small cosy cafes and boutique shops that will leave you with a curiosity to come back later on your trip and spend more time.
No art tour is complete without stopping by the second largest collection of art in Australia at The Art Gallery of South Australia located amongst other iconic buildings like SA Museum and State Library.
With a nod of respect to some of the best art in the world you move on with your guide to witness the bleeding edge of Adelaide's art scene in the creative hub of the city's west end - featuring art institutions like The Lion Arts Centre, Arts SA iconic building, University of South Australia's MOD museum and where art meets science at the South Australian Medical Research Institute.