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Looking for hotels near the Adelaide Oval? Explore a variety of accommodation options conveniently situated close to this famous sports ground online right here. Compare different hotel options through Savvy to find the perfect stay near this iconic venue.

The Adelaide Oval is located off War Memorial Drive, in North Adelaide, making it easily accessible from the city centre. You can hop on buses or catch a tram and get off on North Terrace by the Adelaide Railway Station. From there, it is just a short walk over the River Torrens Bridge to get to the Adelaide Oval. This central location is great for sports fans and those wanting to explore Adelaide's other city attractions.

Whether you prefer modern hotels with all the amenities or cozy, charming boutique accommodation, there's something near the Adelaide Oval for every preference and budget. Compare rates, facilities, and locations to discover the ideal place for your stay. Savvy can help you find the perfect hotel near the Adelaide Oval, whether you're seeking luxury, affordability, or a bit of both, ensuring a pleasant stay in South Australia's capital city.

Top five things to do in Adelaide within walking distance of Adelaide Oval

Here are some suggestions for the top five things to do near Adelaide Oval if you are visiting Adelaide for the first time: 

The Adelaide Central Market is a large indoor market in the heart of the city on Gouger Street, a 15-minute walk from Adelaide Oval. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday and is a great place to experience the best of South Australian food and produce. Visitors can buy fresh meat, fruit, vegetables, cheeses, smallgoods and seafood. Stroll through the bustling aisles and savour an array of fresh produce, gourmet delights, and international cuisine. There are also many cafes and restaurants located in the market where visitors can enjoy a meal or a coffee.

The Adelaide Botanic Garden is a 50-hectare public open space in the northeast corner of Adelaide city, next to the Adelaide Zoo. It's a 15-minute walk from Adelaide Oval, and is home to some of Australia's finest plant collections, as well as numerous sculptures and fountains. Visitors can take a stroll through the magnificent gardens, including the Amazon Waterlily Pavilion or enjoy award-winning Australian dining in the Restaurant Botanic, or have a picnic under an oak tree in the Botanic Garden Kiosk.

The Glenelg Tram is an historic tram that runs from Adelaide City Centre to Glenelg Beach, a journey of around 25 minutes. Trams run every 20 minutes from many Adelaide city destinations from 7am till midnight, and its a great way to see the city and learn about its history. Enjoy a swim, sunbake, or people-watch at Glenelg Beach, a beautiful white sandy beach with its historic 381-metre jetty. Glenelg is a vibrant shopping and dining centre boasting numerous restaurants and cafes, an amusement park and waterslides.

The South Australian Museum is a world-class museum located on North Terrace, next to the Art Gallery of South Australia and the State Library. It is home to a collection of more than four million objects, including collections of national and international significance. This magnificent five-storey building is home to many natural history specimens and Aboriginal and Egyptian artifacts. There are thousands of cultural objects from around the world for visitors to enjoy. 

The Adelaide Festival Centre is a performing arts centre located on King William Road, which is part of the Riverbank Precinct adjacent to Elder Park, right next door to Adelaide Oval. It is home to several theatres, restaurants and bars, including the Festival Theatre, Her Majesty’s Theatre, the Dunstan Playhouse, and the Space Theatre. Visitors can see a variety of shows at the Adelaide Festival Centre, including musicals, plays, concerts, and ballet performances, or enjoy a drink or a pre-show dinner at The Star restaurant and bar overlooking the River Torrens.

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