Starting Point: The Stag Hotel. Corner Rundle Street and East Terrace, Adelaide.
Finishing point: near the historic Central Markets, Adelaide.
Starting at 10am sharp, Feast On Foot Feasters will meet outside the Stag Hotel, corner of Rundle Street and East Terrace. From there you'll experience everything from savoury snacks to gourmet sweets while being guided around Adelaide by your Feast host.
$25 per person for the Feast On Foot walking food tour. Any food purchased on the walking food tour is at the cost of the Feaster, unless previously stated.
$69 per person all inclusive. Relax and enjoy the day and let us take care of all the food and drinks along the way.
Cancellations: Cancellations prior to 3 days will receive a full refund. After this time any payment will be forfeit to Feast on Foot.
Feast On Foot's Adelaide Feast tours are suited to a maximum of 12 people.
The Adelaide Feast tours run around Adelaide every Saturday, rain or shine. Feast On Foot walking food tours may be cancelled in extreme weather. Feasters will receive advanced notice by email of any cancellation. All severe weather cancellations will be fully refunded.
Adelaide is a gorgeous city, nestled between the ocean and the hills. Adelaide is set out perfectly for walking and touring, with flat terrain, wide streets and a temperate climate.
Feast On Foot walking food tours will show you some delicious local food vendors, while you wander from place to place. A gorgeous mix of sweet and savoury delights will await you at the end of each short walk.
Do you prefer the cheeseboard to the dessert menu? Never fear, at each Adelaide CBD venue we can find something you'll love! Perhaps you enjoy the sweeter side of life? Easy! Our walking food tour will find yummy treats for you.
Want to know why a walking food tour is the best option for you? Because on walking tours there are no calories!
Adelaide Street Art
Not so long ago Adelaide's streets were colourless and bland. Now they are bright with public art!
While walking around Adelaide you'll see some of the public art walls, murals, sculptures that have popped up.
Some sculptures have been around since the 60s, but people never knew what they meant.
The beautification of Adelaide has involved many local artists and has made new talking points for visitors and residents alike.