Arrive at hotel and settle in.
Head to the iconic Adelaide Oval – Adelaide Oval RoofClimb
Enjoy elevated views of the city and Adelaide Hills with Adelaide Oval’s RoofClimb, taking you 50metres above the ground. Inch along the roofline of the Western Stand and cross a narrow bridge to the southern Riverbank Stand for a new perspective of the iconic oval and Adelaide city itself.
Dinner at Treasury 1860
Located in one of Adelaide’s most iconic buildings, Treasury 1860 has menu that offers our international, interstate and local guests a taste of South Australia, introducing patrons to all that is available in our own backyard. They also offer amazing range of local wines and spirits, outstanding South Australian craft beers, fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables and an assortment of local meats and cheese.
Head back to the hotel for the night to prepare for the big day ahead.
Drive to Royal Adelaide Golf Club to play 18 holes
Royal Adelaide Golf Club
With a core of outstanding holes and an unmistakably adventurous streak, Royal Adelaide provides a platform for creative shots and an extremely enjoyable golfing experience.
The course retains the distinctive character of a comparatively open links courses, an attribute by no means common in this country. It is this character which means members and visitors alike recognize as a priceless asset in a golf course situated so close to a major city. Taken as a whole, the Seaton course, with its wide-open spaces, poses more problems than appear at first sight, except under the most benign conditions. Most members are more than happy to complete their round having played to their handicaps.
Designers: H L Rymill, C L Gardner and Dr. Alister MacKenzie
Length: 6557 metres, Par 72
Post round; make your way to the Barossa Valley
Check in at your accommodation.
Food suggestion: The Louise or 1918 Bistro & Grill
Food, wine and luxury accommodation combine to make The Louise a must for lovers of life’s finer things. Nestled in the heart of the Barossa Valley, it offers the chance to relax and indulge with vineyard views and an on-site fine dining restaurant.
The story behind 1918: The Great War was drawing to a close when Friedrich Carl Gottleib Wallent put the finishing touches to his fine home in Murray Street, by chiselling the date in the foundation stone by the front door. His son Morris later became the mayor of Tanunda and took over the family home. More than 70 years later in 1992, an enterprising group of locals turned the proud Wallent home into the barossa’s first bistro grill – a friendly and generous place where the Barossa winemakers could entertain their guests and visitors could relax after a hard day’s wine tasting.
Back to accommodation for the night
Make your way to Tanunda Pines for 18 holes
Tanunda Pines Golf Club is a stunning 18 hole, par 72 championship course set in the heart of the Barossa Valley. Home to an abundance of native bird and animal life, one-hundred-year-old gum trees line fairways that undulate across hilltops with views over Jacob’s Creek and St Hallett vineyards from several vantage points.
Established in 1938, this now privately owned public access course has recently undergone a transformation with the introduction of six newly designed holes, elevating it to one of Australia’s finest regional woodlands golf courses.
Designer: Murray Crafter
Length: 6,127 metres, Par 72
Stop in at Harvest Kitchen at Artisans of Barossa for a late long lunch and winery tour.
Harvest Kitchen is about generous, honest and flavoursome food, designed around the seasons and the abundant choice in quality Barossa and South Australian produce we have access to. In a region also renowned for its long lunch culture, Harvest Kitchen offers a ‘Feed me like a Barossan’ menu ($59pp) where the kitchen does the choosing for you, served during the daytime.
Head back to your accommodation for a little r&r.
Check out of accommodation
Brunch in Tanunda
Suggestion: Keils Fine Food & Coffee
Head to the airport to make your way home