Local attractions

Feast Festival at Raj House - 54 Hyde Street, Adelaide 5000

Feast is a major event on the festival calendar in South Australia. It is a truly international event, bringing performers from all over the world and attracting visitors from near and far.

In the Lion Arts Centre Courtyard

Nexus Multicultural Arts Centre

Nexus Multicultural Arts operates as a dynamic arts and social networking arena uniting creativity and cultural diversity, a place where artists, communities and audiences share experiences, create artworks and tell their stories. The aim of Nexus is to inspire understanding, to celebrate and to respect cultures and traditions - fostering social inclusion and harmony through the arts. Find out more on the Nexus website.

Fowlers Live

Fowler's Live began life as the D and J Fowler Flour Factory in 1906, in the 1970's after a long vacancy if was renovated to be the home of The Adelaide Fringe Festival until 1998, finally in July 2004, after a turbulent period of tenancy it became a dedicated Live Music Venue and Fowler's Live was born. Find out more on the Fowlers Live website.

Mercury Cinema (MRC)

Opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 1992 our little bricks-and-mortar theatre has, for 20 years supported the development of screen culture as its mandate.This means we’d rather usher you to your seat with a nice glass of wine and some liner notes for a Jean Luc Goddard classic, than scour your pockets for every shekel we can grab. Find out more on the Mercury Cinema website.

Jam Factory

JamFactory supports and promotes outstanding design and craftsmanship through its widely acclaimed studios, galleries and shops. A unique not-for-profit organisation located in the Adelaide city centre. Find out more on the Jam Factory website.


The aeaf incorporates a gallery space, bookshop and artists studios. The aeaf curates its exhibition program to represent new work that expands current debates and ideas in contemporary art and culture. Find out more on the aeaf website.

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