You’ll soon be able to dine aboard the world’s oldest surviving clipper ship.
City of Adelaide played a huge part in the immigration to Australia from 1866-1887 – in fact around 250,000 Australians can trace their ancestry back to the ship.
Now sitting in dock 1 at Port Adelaide, the historic ship has been restored and is currently open daily for visitors to take a wander through plus guided tours.
And from April, the ship will launch monthly on board dinners, with the first on Saturday April 13 from 6.45pm.
They’ll be intimate evenings, with only 12 spaces available for each dinner. Tickets are $300 which includes a three course meal, wine, drinks and entertainment.
As well as giving people a chance to experience the ship in a while new way, the dinners will also help raise money towards the ship’s refurbishment.