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“Great location for a conference”

National Wine Centre of Australia
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US$52.00*
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Adelaide City Highlights Tour
Ranked #30 of 215 things to do in Adelaide
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Situated on the edge of Adelaide's stunning Botanic Gardens the centre combines eye-catching architecture with smooth functionality to create an exciting tourism venue which showcases the Australian wine industry. Awarded the Best Tourism Initiative at the 2013 Hotels Industry Awards for Excellence, the National Wine Centre is an architectural treat but what it holds inside is the real attraction. The complex features outdoor terrace areas with views of the centre's courtyard and Botanic Gardens.Guests can complete their experience by tasting fine Australian wines, or enjoying a meal from our seasonal a la carte menu in the ground floor Cellar Door. Discover all there is to do at the National Wine Centre, perfect to accommodate everyone from the complete novice to the wine connoisseur!
Reviewed 16 February 2014

The centre was a great location for a conference, with friendly staff and the beautiful gardens on the doorstep for a quick turn at lunch break.

Thank James F
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Reviewed 15 January 2014

within the botanical gardens this wine centre gives a valuable insight into the wine industry within the well designed building. well worth a visit

Thank JohnSFleet_Hants_UK
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Reviewed 19 December 2013

As others have said, the wine museum part of the equation is mostly gone but I think its well worth a visit for the ground floor/terrace cafe and wine bar. The location is lovely, by the adjacent Adelaide Botanic Gardens. The food was good with a selection of sharing plates or full main courses. The Australian wine list was very good and can be had in flights, tasting glasses, larger glasses, or by the bottle! We visited twice and tasted some lovely wines. In particular a Jacob's Creek St Hugo red blend and an aged Tyrell's Hunter Valley Semillon were excellent value for money. So if you are around that area of Adelaide perhaps you might do worse than have a bite to eat and a good glass of wine, but note that they do not open in the evening.

Thank tramoia
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Reviewed 28 October 2013

if you want an overview over wine production, don't go there. the exhibition part is under renovation without any date given for reopening! the cafe is just like any wine in the city. you walk away without knowing anything about the sites of wine production in Australia, the major vineyards, the different kind of wine produced, let alone having tasted any!

3  Thank LaohuPenang
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Reviewed 16 October 2013

The reality of the place goes nowhere near meeting the tourism advertising hype for anyone interested in an experience to better understand the Australian wine industry and it's products. It's just a weddings and functions venue. Most of the displays have either been removed or allowed to fall into disrepair. Such a shame because the building itself is very attractive.

3  Thank Rivor
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