February and March is a busy time in Adelaide. With the Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Festival, Womadelaide and the Clipsal 500 all on at various and overlapping times, finding a place to stay can be a tricky business. Think about your accommodation needs as soon as possible and consider:
- Do you need a self-serviced apartment with a kitchen and laundry?
- Are you travelling with a lot of people that need to stay together?
- Will you need to be close to your venue to save on transport costs?
- Are you on a limited budget?
- Do you have any friends you could stay with?
Be sure to check where your accommodation is located on a map in relation to your venue and the city centre so you are aware of possible travel times and check what time public transport runs to, you don’t want to end up with $50 taxi fares to get home each night.
Further accommodation links below: (Please note: Adelaide Fringe does not endorse any of the businesses listed but offers this information in good faith as a service to visiting artists.)
Our friends at Nestival are coming down under in 2019 with affordable accommodation options for artists and industry!
Check out their Guest Handout HERE!
Fringe Festival Weather
Summer (Dec-Feb) 25C – 42C
Autumn (Mar-May) 20C – 30C
Sunscreen, big hats, sunglasses and lots of water are essential items!
The Advertiser (Monday-Saturday and also a Fringe Festival Partner)
The Sunday Mail (Sunday only)
The Adelaide Review (monthly)
Schooner (285ml – small)
Pint (425ml – large)
And Adelaide is home to…
- The closest and most accessible beaches of an Australian capital city
- The Pie Floater (a meat pie in pea soup)
- The National Wine Centre, North Terrace Adelaide
- The Central Market, the largest fresh produce market in the Southern Hemisphere and the longest running in Australia
- The Art Gallery of South Australia, which has the largest collection of 18th Century Australian art on display
- The largest and oldest glasshouses in a Botanic Garden in the Southern Hemisphere
- The largest display of Aboriginal culture and artifacts in the South Australian Museum and Tandanya (National Aboriginal Cultural Institute)