Travel to Adelaide and enjoy the city with your daughter. There are so many wonderful opportunities for mothers and daughters to discover gems of the city together. Choose one or two activities or spend a weekend in Adelaide and do them all!

Get your hair done

Toni and Guy is a sleek and modern salon in North Adelaide, on O'Connell Street. This is the place to go whether you want a completely different style or something more simple such as a beautiful wavy up-do or some highlights.

In Style magazine stated some of the best hair salons in Adelaide include Axia Hairdressers, Daly Barber, Hair Machine and Parlour Hair.

Enjoy high tea

For lunch or afternoon tea, high tea is a wonderful option. Stamford Hotels and Resorts offers a heavenly high tea option, which is $29 per person. On a three tier stand you will receive plain and fruit scones with jam and cream, mini French pastries with assorted fruit flans and strawberry waffles, ribbon sandwiches, mini quiches and the Stamford Signature curry puffs. You can enjoy a glass of sparkling wine while your daughter sips on a freshly brewed tea or coffee – unless your daughter is old enough to partake in a glass of wine! This could be a great activity for you and your grown up daughter.

Other places that provide charming high tea options include The Brasserie, Intercontinental Adelaide, Just Ticked Pink tea rooms and The Boho Bar.

Shop up a storm

The charming places to shop in Adelaide are not hard to find. Rundle Mall has been said to be the best retail destination in the city, welcoming 400,000 people every week and 23 million people every year. 

Here you'll find a massive amount of stores and services. There are four leading department stores, 15 arcades and centres, 700 retailers and over 300 non-retail services. Stop in at Fashion 8, Asha or David Lawrence to pick up a stunning statement necklace or beautiful costume ring that you can wear for a night out or lunch date.

If you'd like to check out the outlet shopping options, head to Harbour Town. Near the airport, it's just a 15 minutes drive in a rental car from the city. Here you'll find factory outlets, seconds' warehouses and clearance stores full of affordable finds.

Be pampered

A spa treatment is all you need to feel like a new you. Adelaide Club Spa will provide services so you can restore balance and wellness. The treatments and therapies are utterly lovely and can be adapted to your specific needs. Non-members can head over on Monday to Friday 9am-7pm and Saturday 10am-3pm.

Indica Medispa and Wellness is another top location for a variety of treatments that will have you feeling better than ever. The boutique spa offers a hot stone massage that's been described as invigorating and the Swedish relaxation massage, which is said to be deeply calming.

Couples packages are available for mothers and daughters. You could get the spa massage, body scrub and massage or full body hot stone massage.

Visit local art galleries

The city is full of galleries that house a whole array of art from a variety of genres, including realist and modernist, through a range of mediums.

Adelaide Central Galley is where you'll find an eclectic mix of contemporary artwork. In fact, this gallery is known as one of the best contemporary art galleries in South Australia. The gallery is known to support emerging artists with solo and group exhibitions. These take place frequently throughout the year, so when you're planning on visiting, check out what's going on.

Other notable galleries include the Anne and Gordon Samstag Museum of Art, the Art Gallery of South Australia and Flinders University City Gallery. FELTspace is an organisation run by artists and also supports, develops and showcases new artists, often with experimental and diverse exhibitions.