An opportunity for Chinese speakers to see the best of Adelaide

$40 Adult | $30 Child (ages 5-15) +bf
Photo Friendly 1 hour 30 minutes On request

Adelaide Essentials walking tour (Chinese)

If you are a Chinese-speaking traveller, join us to experience the essential highlights of downtown Adelaide with a local Chinese guide. During this private walking tour, you will learn about Adelaide's political history, visit the famous sculptures of Rundle Mall and listen to their interesting stories. Discover the most sacred Aboriginal gathering place in Adelaide, and enjoy the Adelaide Central Market at the tour's end. The walk provides an in-depth look into the city with personal anecdotes from your guide and a personalised approach to explaining Adelaide's history and culture. It's an essential way to start an Adelaide visit, and great for those with limited time in the city. At the end of the tour, guests also receive a specially prepared commemorative gift featuring local Adelaide food. This Adelaide tour is different to anything else available in Mandarin, and we wish for Chinese visitors to gain understanding in their language. This tour is also available in English for $35/adult, $25/child (ages 5-15). Please contact us to book this in either language via info@flamboyancetours.com.au


On request

Meeting Point

Parliament House, North Terrace


*Bookings are essential with a minimum of 24 hours notice, as this tour is available on request and is dependent on guide availability. * A minimum of two people is required for this tour to operate in Mandarin or English.


A glimpse of what's included

Parliament House
We start your Adelaide walking tour at the political heart of Adelaide, where history and pioneering moments have been made. Discover the meaning behind monuments that locals pass by, and appreciate great Classical architecture
Adelaide Arcade
Hear stories from another time as you wander through this Victorian Era landmark, and find out why this prestigious shopping area is haunted
Adelaide Central Market
Learn about the market’s origins before visiting the area to explore Adelaide’s incredible food scene

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