Adelaide Hills Winter Reds – July 24 to 26
Visit the Adelaide Hills for a weekend full of events featuring open fires, red wines and rustic fare, overlooking the region’s picturesque vineyards. Visitors must plan ahead and book in at venues as most events are ticketed and COVID-safe restrictions apply. A souvenir wine glass is available for $10 and is required to purchase wine at any non-ticketed events. Visit Adelaide Hills Winter Reds for the full event guide.
Golden Affair: When Whisky Meets Honey – July 22 to 25
In the lead up to World Scotch Day (July 27) Hennessy Rooftop Bar will host a Golden Affair — pairing Aberfeldy Single Malt Scotch Whisky and Mayfair Rooftop Bees raw honey. Guests will sample whisky creations made through a union of Aberfeldy with raw honey and honeycomb from the hotel’s rooftop apiary. From Honeycomb Old Fashioneds to a Honeybee Spritz, experience an exclusive whisky cocktail menu from Wednesday July 22 to Saturday July 25.
National Wine Centre Date Night – July 25
Enjoy a date night at home with a home-delivered gourmet meal prepared by the kitchen team at the National Wine Centre. Dinner for two people (to be heated at home), including two courses and drinks, for $89.
Indie Beer Day – July 25
Support and celebrate Australian independent breweries at Stepney’s Little Bang Brewing Company for Indie Beer Day, with 21 taps of Little Bang and guest brewery beers to choose from. The fun kicks off at noon.
Prohibition Liquor Co Gin Masterclass – July 26
Prohibition Liquor Co will host a ticketed masterclass at its CBD distillery from 1pm to 2.30pm. Hosted by one of the Prohibition team, the event will provide insights into the gin flight and the distillation process. Spots are limited to 20 per session, with guests guided through a gin masterclass and tasting of three of Prohibition’s finest gins. Enjoy a signature gourmet toastie to accompany the gin flight. Stick around and enjoy live music in the venue from 2pm to 5pm.
Market Minis at Adelaide Central Market – July 28
Held on Tuesdays during the school term, Adelaide Central Market’s pre-school program Market Minis has returned to help the littlest market-goers to understand more about the food they eat. The dietitian-designed program is delivered in a fun and engaging way by the team from Sprout. The sessions are about 20 minutes in a ‘drop-in’ format, as children use seasonal fruit and vegetables to create a simple dish. From 10am to 12pm at the Market’s Gouger St dining area.
Fullarton Plant and Craft Market – July 25
A monthly event held at the Fullarton Park and Community Centre, featuring a wide range of hand-made crafts, delicious food, potted plants, and fresh fruit and vegetables. The market is open from 9am to 1pm.
Christmas in July lunch – July 26
The Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron hosts a Christmas in July two-course lunch for a merry afternoon overlooking the marina. The lunch is open to the public and bookings are essential, with a cost of $45 for a two-course set menu, and children under 12 for $22. From noon to 3pm.
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Day – August 2
The Walkers Arms Hotel at Walkerville hosts a celebration for dog owners, specifically Cavalier King Charles Spaniels owners, from 11am to 6pm in the beer garden. There will be stalls including Big Shed Brewing, with bookings of tables and benches expected to fill fast.
Sunday Market at Christies Beach – August 2
Held every first and third Sunday of the month, the Original Open Market is an open-air flea market with stalls selling local fruit and vegetables, honey, plants, craft, second-hand goods and much more. Food and coffee available on site, and dogs welcome, 8am to 1pm.
Winemaker Dinner at Pranzo – August 5
Adelaide CBD Italian-inspired restaurant Pranzo hosts an evening of Italian fare, as guests join winemaker Gabriel Morgan for a matched menu of food and wine. With more than 10 years’ winemaking experience, Gabriel will provide stories of how the wines came to life. From 6.30pm.
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