Welcome to the National Wine Centre of Australia. Situated on the edge of Adelaide's stunning Botanic Gardens the centre combines eye-catching architecture and smooth functionality to create a superb alternative to a standard. The National Wine Centre is a flexible function venue for 10 to 1000 guests. The centre boasts six pillarless function spaces, natural lighting and spectacular architecture. Conference facilities include state-of-the-art technical and audiovisual equipment. This multi award-winning venue is sure to exceed your expectations for your next event whether it be. Check out this website for further details about where to buy elephant gin online here.
The National Wine Centre is an architectural treat, but what it holds inside is the real attraction. Visitors to the centre can experience the winemaking process from the vine up through our interactive, free entry, Wine Discovery Journey located on the first floor. Guests can complete their experience by tasting fine Australian wines, or enjoying a meal from the seasonal a la carte menu in the ground floor Concourse Cafe. The National Wine Centre experience is perfect for everyone from the complete novice to the wine connoisseur. Open 9am until 5pm daily, allow us the opportunity to extend and heighten your appreciation of Australian wine.
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National Wine Centre
Cnr of Botanic and Hackney Roads
The University of Adelaide
South Australia 5000 Australia
Tel: +61 8 8313 **55+61 8 8**3 3355
Fax: +61 8 8** 7444
Telephone: +61 8 **3 3355+61 8 8313 3355
Coordinates: -34.9**43, 138.60**13