Savour will be held in the historical heart of Australian wine – Adelaide in South Australia.

Adelaide and South Australia

Savour will be held in the historical heart of Australian wine – Adelaide in South Australia. More Australian wine comes from South Australia than any other state. The oldest vines in the world, planted in the 1840s and still bearing fruit, grow in the Barossa Valley, an hour to the north of Adelaide, and vines just a decade younger grow in McLaren Vale, just 30 minutes to the south. There are 18 wine regions in South Australia, all on Adelaide’s doorstep.

There are the cool climes of the Adelaide Hills just 25 minutes from the city centre, Clare to the north, the Adelaide Plains up the street, the red soils of Coonawarra to the south and so much more.
These wine credentials alone make it the perfect location for the inaugural Savour. But this beautiful city set on the banks of the River Torrens, bordered by stunning beaches and the Adelaide Hills, has so many more layers to it. It has a thriving arts and cultural scene, vibrant small bars, cutting-edge restaurants and great pubs, and an abundance of fresh produce. No wonder it has been named Australia’s most liveable city.

There is plenty to Savour in Adelaide. Come to Savour to find out for yourself.

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Adelaide is easily accessed by air from all Australian capital cities and international destinations. Adelaide Airport (ADL) is eight kilometres from the CBD, which is a 15-minute drive. The airport services regional, domestic and international travellers.

Travelling to and from the airport is simple. There is a $2 levy on all taxi fares to and from the airport. The average taxi fare from the city centre to the airport is $15. Skylink Shuttle operates between the airport, city and Adelaide Parklands Terminal at Keswick. Cost is $10 one way. JetBus provides transport between the airport, Adelaide city and some suburbs.

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