Directions & Parking
The National Wine Centre of Australia is adjacent to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, in the north east corner of the city.
Enjoy the scenic walk through the Botanic Gardens and enter either via the pedestrian entrance on Botanic Road, (the continuation of North Terrace) or the main entrance on Hackney Road.
*** National Wine Centre open for business as usual ***
O- Bahn Construction update from September 2016
What does this mean?
11th - 29th September: Traffic will not be able to travel across the intersection between Botanic Road & North Terrace between 7:00pm- 6:00am every night - expect Friday 16th, 23rd & 29th September
30th September - 4th October: Traffic will not be able to travel across the intersection between Botanic Road & North Terrace 30th September - 6:00am Tuesday 4th October, continuously through the long weekend.
4th - mid October: Traffic will not be able to travel across the intersection between Botanic Road & North Terrace between 7:00pm - 6:00pm every night - except Friday's.
You will still be able to turn left on Botanic Road into Hackney Road at the intersection.
Traffic can still travel along Dequetteville Terrace & Hackney Road in both directions.
Parking at the National Wine Centre- Hackney Road Car Park
Due to constructions of the O-Bahn extension the first car park bay will be closed from 18th of July 2016 until early October.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
Parking at The Royal Hotel Car Park – North Terrace
There is still pedestrian access to cross the road at the intersection during construction.
Download: O-Bahn City Access Project Map
Please see the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure's O-Bahn City Access Project Brochure for full details or call their 24/7 Project Information Line 1300 443 198 if you would like more information.
If you require any further information or assistance, please also contact our Reception on 08 8313 7444.
We thank you for your understanding during this period and look forward to seeing you at the National Wine Centre.