Former politician and Deputy Prime Minister, Tim Fischer, is a train and train station groupie. He believes that you can understand how a city ticks by heading to its main railway station and, apparently, it is the first thing he does when in a new city.
On Tim's Richter Scale Adelaide ticks along with a bit of glitz, glamour and gambling because the Adelaide Casino is in what was once the main railway station.
Beautifully restored, it has a number of restaurants, bars, and free live entertainment in the Skycity complex. Even if you don’t have a flutter, it is worth a visit… and if you do have a bet, there are many worse surroundings in which to lose a few dollars. The Adelaide Casino is on North Terrace and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Here's a link to the casino's website.
For all your accommodation needs, visit Rydges South Park Adelaide.