Shannons Adelaide Rally | 25-28 Nov 2021

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Shannons Adelaide Rally

The Shannons Adelaide Rally is the only event of its type where the best tarmac drivers in the country come to battle for cash prizes and silverware.

New for 2021, the Shannons Adelaide Rally features dedicated spectator zones on each day of the event, including the new Wairoa Special Stage on Saturday afternoon, which has been specially designed for viewing the rally field in action. Plus you can get up close to all of the cars at the famous community events – Gouger Street Party, Bridgewater Lunch Stop & Spring Fair, and the East End Finale.

It’s fun for the whole family and it’s FREE.

The Adelaide Rally is part of the South Australian Tourism Commission’s Bloom program of spring events, and will be one of the first events featuring interstate participants following the opening of state borders on November 23.

Action Every Day:

Spectators are in for a treat on each of the four days of competition, with dedicated spectator zones offering convenient access to the action without the need to enter closed road stages. Spectator zones offer exciting views of the action, with facilities such as public toilets and coffee carts. 

Take along a chair, pack the camera and enjoy the spectacle of tarmac rally. 

Gouger Street Party:

Gouger Street Party has been a fixture on the Adelaide Rally calendar since 1997. After a Covid-induced hiatus last year, it’s back for 2021. 

The entire Rally field converges on the city’s popular restaurant precinct in the afternoon, making for the perfect spot for after-work drinks on a Friday evening, and the perfect opportunity to settle in for a meal after checking out the cars.

Bridgewater Lunch Stop & Spring Fair:

Crowds can head to Bridgewater Oval to check out the Rally field, and enjoy the delicious offerings from Bridgewater Mill, and check out the market stalls in the Mill precinct.

​It’s a family friendly way to get up close to the Adelaide Rally.

Family Friendly East End Finale:

After four days of intense competition and spirited touring, the entire field converges the East End for the East End Finale. Greeting the rally field is a street party taking in Rundle Street East, East Terrace, Rundle Road and Rymill Park.

The entire rally field will park in East Terrace, Rundle street and surrounds. Here you can check out the cars before entering the fenced site on Rymill Park via the entrance at the corner of Rundle Road and East Terrace. Luxury brand displays, music, food, wine and several free children’s activities can be found here, along with the Horsepower Crew Allstars display of custom and performance cars.

The finale is 100% free to enter, with free activities for kids throughout the afternoon and evening within Rymill Park including:

  • drifting and race simulators
  • remote control car racing
  • video games
  • face painting and more, all within Rymill Park.

The East End Finale concludes with a free fireworks display at 8:30pm.

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For more information and all enquiries please visit the Adelaide Rally website.

What:   Shannons Adelaide Rally

When:    25 – 28 November 2021

Where:   Multiple locations in South Australia | see the route here

Who:   Everyone

At Play & Go Adelaide we make every effort to provide accurate information to the best of our knowledge at the time of publication. We recommend confirming times, dates and details directly before making any plans as details may be subject to change.

Image Source: Experience Adelaide website, South Australian Tourism Commission  Facebook & Adelaide Rally Facebook 

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