Photo: The Adelaide Oval
No. 7 on the City Attractions of Adelaide Map.
Sporting History and Fame: Located next to the Torrens River and the Parklands between the Adelaide CBD and North Adelaide, the oval has not only retained its unique heritage but celebrates the many sporting triumphs that have taken place here over the years.
Tours are available at regular times that take you into normally restricted areas, taking some ninety minutes. The guide discusses all kinds of interesting facts and figures that can keep you entertained the whole time.
Tour times at time of publication are Monday to Friday, the earliest starting at 10am, as well as 11am and 2pm. You do need to book, visit their website at www.adelaideoval.com.au.
The tour itself takes you into the Inner Sanctum and allows you to see sections never open to the normal public visitors. After the tour you will be able to visit the Bradman Collection.
The Bradman Collection, open on most days from 9 to 4 with the exception on certain event days and public holidays. The exhibits follow his progress from Club player to famed international cricketer and then to administrator. A family man and all-round sportsman, his contributions to cricket are undisputed.
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Photo: Situated in the Adelaide Parklands