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Road Trips From Adelaide You Can Do in a Day

What are the best road trips from Adelaide that you can do in a day? Here’s my collection of some of the best day trips with some pictures and descriptions to help you plan an ideal family day out.

No exhaustive descriptions – just tips to help you make the most of your day.

You’ll find heaps to do in the regions around Adelaide when you look. You should use this information as a guide and make your road trip your own.

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Mt Pleasant, Walker Flat and the Barossa Valley

This trip leads you up the Torrens River Gorge via Gorge Road. This tight and winding road runs alongside the river up into the hills and into green farming country. You'll pass through Cudlee Creek, Gumeracha and Birdwood until you reach the source of the Torrens River at Mt Pleasant. There's heaps to see and"Mt Pleasant, Walker Flat and the Barossa Valley"

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Murray Bridge, Tailem Bend, Wellington and Langhorne Creek

This country drive takes in a wide range of different landscapes in one day. Heading out of Adelaide on the South Eastern Freeway, you’ll first sweep across the plains to Murray Bridge (Monarto Zoo is nearby, but that’s for another day), then cross the river to head to Tailem Bend. Find the ferry crossing at"Murray Bridge, Tailem Bend, Wellington and Langhorne Creek"

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Port River Dolphin Trail – Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary

The Port Adelaide Dolphin Trail is a self-guided drive that takes you around Port Adelaide and the LeFevre Peninsula to six of the best dolphin viewing hot spots in the Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary. Allow around four hours to complete the trail. Did you know that the Port River is home to wild dolphins? Ours are"Port River Dolphin Trail – Adelaide Dolphin Sanctuary"

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