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Fun things to do as a couple in Adelaide?

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There aren't a lot of options in the little town of Adelaide, as we've discovered.

So I ask you, fellow writers and readers - what are some great places to go on a date in Adelaide? This does not need to be subjected to places - activity options are more than welcome!



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Well you can hire a bike and do a little riding with stopping for a romantic coffee!
Maybe for those that enjoy exercising, walking, hiking together but the Waterfall Gully to Mt Lofty walk is great. Its physically a challenge but you start at the cafe and waterfalls at the start of the walk and end up at the Mt Lofty look out with great views of the city and coastline of Adelaide and you can catch a nice snack and coffee there too, before descending with more time to look at the scenery.
I think that getting out into nature is always a winner! It's always nice (and can be very romantic) to take a drive around the Adelaide Hills or Barossa Valley, stopping at pretty villages on the way and taking walks around local; beauty spots.
It used to be Windy Point when I was a tad younger. Nowadays my favourites are any of the cellar doors in the Adelaide Hills for a Sunday afternoon wood oven pizza and some live music
The Adelaide Botanic Garden Mount Lofty Botanic Garden, and Mittunga Botanic Garden. You can enjoy with collection of plants from the island of Madagascar ,a beautiful selection of Amazon waterlilies, ornate Victorian detail, plants from the five Mediterranean climates around the world ,International Rose Garden and etc.
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