Hindley Street Shopping and Dining, Adelaide

Hindley Street Shopping and Dining (Self Guided), Adelaide

Hindley Street is one of the most popular places in the city for restaurants and bars. There is an extensive range of exciting and appetizing places, including cafés and coffee lounges. Treat your taste buds to a variety of local and international cuisines, such as Thai and Egyptian.

This is a wonderful eating area, but in addition to the restaurants, the street boasts a number of shops that are well worth checking out. Hindley Street also has a reputation as being something of a party destination owing to the number of clubs and pubs. This makes it a huge magnet for young party animals. The liveliest times are normally during the weekends when the animated crowds come to eat, drink and dance until the small hours of the morning. Hindley Street can take care of your entire evening's entertainment.

Start off with a pre-dinner drink or two in a trendy bar or inviting pub. Then treat yourself to a hearty and delicious meal in one of the restaurants. After this, head out to a club for more drinks. And if you feel like letting your hair down, hit the dance floor while hot and happening tunes blare out of the speakers.
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Hindley Street Shopping and Dining Map

Guide Name: Hindley Street Shopping and Dining
Guide Location: Australia » Adelaide
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Discovery)
Travel Distance: 1.1 Km or 0.7 Miles
Author: Linda
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Hindley Street corner with Bank Street, McDonald's

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Hindley Street corner with Morphett Street

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