The tourist board suggests visiting these restaurants in Adelaide for a particularly romantic dining experience.
Holidaymakers who have booked a flight to Adelaide and are looking for some romance on their holiday in Australia then a visit to one of these restaurants could be just the ticket.
According to the South Australian tourist board, the region has a “wealth of diverse dining experiences” and it suggests several venues for a “particularly romantic” experience.
Couples who enjoy Asian-inspired food may wish to try The Grange Restaurant at the Hilton Hotel in Adelaide.
Head chef Cheong Liew combines eastern and western cooking for a fusion cuisine.
Magill Estate Restaurant is situated among 5.2 hectares of vineyards, eight kilometres from the city centre of Adelaide.
For a more classic evening, vintage wines are served up at The Manse, situated in an 1882 Victorian mansion.
Barossa has a different menu every day, but it also offers a treat for the wine-lovers with a ten-course appellation.
In addition to the food Adelaide boasts 30 kilometres of coastline and beaches as well as 800 shops to keep visitors busy.