Adelaide Bucks Go Kart Challenge Package
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Don your best moustache and find yourself a red hat because today you will go by Mario! This indoor centre will have you flying around the track like you’re in the mushroom cup and Luigi is on your tail. No need to worry about dodging bananas because the only thing on this course is cold, hard competition. Bring all your mates along because this is going to be a ride to remember. You’ll be kitted out with a racing suit and helmet (partly for your own safety and partly because it’ll make you feel like a real-deal formula one driver) and given the keys to a sweet ride that we like to call a Twin Engine Pro Kart.
We’re not your ex-girlfriend so we’re not going to ask you to take things slow. When you hit the track, we expect you to take it hard and fast – no wimps allowed. This might be one of the few Wicked Bucks activities where sobriety is required during the race but don’t think you won’t be able to refuel at all. To celebrate that inevitable win, you’ll be showered in a BBQ spread and ice cold beers. With all the adrenaline in the air trackside, you’ll be pumped up and ready for the night to follow.
Adelaide is known by many as the 30-minute city. Don’t think this means you’ll be bored within your first half an hour of arriving because it is really quite the opposite. Instead, almost everything you could want is no more than a 30 minute drive away. The city streets are almost lego like. They’re all laid out in a grid so it’s almost impossible to get lost. The most iconic block on this Sim-City-like land is the Central Market. Established in 1869, you’ll find everything you’ve ever dreamt of owning (and everything you never knew you were dreaming of). On a Saturday afternoon, everything is less then $1, so it’s a bit of a no-brainer!
For something not quite so PG-Rated, you’ll also find a plethora of nightlife and dining options. Oh, and don’t even get us started on the wineries because we could go on for hours. South Australia is home to more vineyards than you can poke a stick at. It would be rude to visit the Southern State without sipping your way through the grape yards – especially when there is a dedicated UberVINO to get you home at the end of it. Vineyards are the only green areas of Adelaide. You’ll also stumble across enough hiking, kayaking and swimming options to keep even David Attenborough entertained.