OAKS HOTELS BLOG

Enjoy an insiders view on all of our favourite travel destinations in our Oaks Hotels Blog. 

  • Robin Esrock’s Top 5 Adelaide Bucket List

    19 Mar 2018

    Adelaide may not be on the top of everyone’s bucket list but according to our travelling partner Robin Esrock, who is currently writing The Great Australian Bucket List there are many reasons why this not so sleepy city is a destination to be enjoyed. Read More

  • The Month of Love

    14 Feb 2018

    February just makes you warm and fuzzy on the inside. Not only is it because it is summer and it is hot but because of all the love in the air. Read More

  • Top Day Trips from Adelaide

    12 Dec 2017

    From the seaside town of Glenelg to tasting your way through the Barossa Valley, there are so many day trips that are only a stone's throw away from Adelaide. Read More

  • Love it up in the city this February

    10 Feb 2017

    It’s February – and we've decided that just one day devoted to love is not nearly enough, so are instead dedicating the whole month to the sweet stuff. And with a selection of romantic city rendezvous on offer and an array of loved up activities to consider, isn’t it time you took your love to the next level? Read More

  • Go island hopping this summer with Oaks

    05 Dec 2016

    As the days get longer and the breezes warmer, it’s the perfect time to explore the idyllic islands located off our Australian coastline. As a country surrounded by sea there are so many islands you could choose to explore this summer, (8,222 to be exact) where do you start? Here are our five Aussie favourites that everyone has to visit at least once! Read More

  • Butcher, Baker and Winemaker – Barossa Valley

    03 Aug 2016

    Comprising of two valleys, one being the Barossa and the other Eden Valley, this region is famous throughout the world for producing wines from such notable labels as Penfolds, Henschke, Wolf Blass and Peter Lehmann to name but a few. With a distinctively Mediterranean heritage, largely left over from the early European settlers, and a climate that mirrors the famous Med’s own, The Barossa has developed a distinctive regional cuisine that is buoyed by the famous vines but also the fresh local produce that sprouts so readily in this rich fertile landscape. Read More

  • Art and Culture in Adelaide

    20 Jun 2016

    South Australia’s capital of Adelaide is known for many things – its cathedrals and churches, world-class wineries, colonial architecture, grassy parklands, fantastic food and an enviable laidback lifestyle. But it’s Adelaide’s thriving arts, culture and festival scene that is gaining momentum and putting the city on the map as a vibrant, cultural hub. Read More

  • There are so many things to see and do in Adelaide

    18 May 2016

    Here are our favourite family friendly activities in the region: take the tram to Glenlelg beach, explore the vibrant parks, gardens and zoos, catch a game at Adelaide Oval or plan your travel around one of Adelaide's famous festivals Read More

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