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2017 Australian Pain Society 37th Annual Scientific Meeting

2017 Australian Pain Society 37th Annual Scientific MeetingExpanding Horizons9 - 12 April 2017 | Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia

Things to do and see

Wanting to tick Adelaide off your 'to do' list while at the conference? Are you staying on over Easter? These articles will help you with your planning.

Broadsheet Adelaide: How to Spend 24 Hours Adelaide

For a city that has as much to see, do and eat as Adelaide, it would be wise to spend more than one day exploring. But if 24 hours is all you have to spare, this itinerary will give you a great taste of what Adelaide has to offer.

Concrete Playground: A Pub in Adelaide for Every Occasion

Away from the spotlight that shines so brightly on the hospitality scene in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane, pubs in Adelaide have been left to develop their own identity, quietly amassing a swathe of excellent venues that cater for all manner of nights out. Whether in the heart of the metropolis, or a weekend retreat away from the city, the drink-slingers in and around the southern capital have carefully curated their approaches to drinking, dining and generally letting loose. Together with our mates at Hahn Brewers, we've come up with a guide to the pubs of Adelaide. Whether you're after a beer garden, a party, a drink by the water or a trivia night, we've got you covered.

Barossa Vintage Festival: 19 - 23 April 2017

The Barossa Vintage Festival program showcases over 90 events over a five-day period and features a host of dynamic events that showcase the Barossa, its food, wine and culture.

There’s the old favourites like the wine auction, Ziegnmarkt, long table lunches, town days and the scarecrow trail, but the 2017 program has been bolstered by marquee events including the Chook Shed Social Club, the Silver Raven Festival, Feast Folk and Fossick at Lyndoch, and a 33km hill climbing trail run through Riesling country.