Adelaide has a reputation as the most boring place in the country. But the reality is that it is not that hard to have a good time here. It is compact, easy to get around and Friday and Saturday nights in Adelaide are as good as anywhere in the country. Adelaide is at its best in the summertime, particularly February when the city comes alive with festivals and events.
To meet girls during the day the main option is Rundle Mall/Rundle Street. Particularly on the weekend. Adelaide Uni is nearby and is worth wandering through. Monday night is great at The Grace Emily, one of the best pubs in town. Tuesday is usually quiet but the Edinburgh Hotel can be good in the summer. Wednesday night is good at Sugar or try the salsa night at Casablabla, later ... ... ...
Adelaide Metro has a pretty good ticketing system. If you are staying for a longer period of time you can get the Metrocard. They have a good bus and train network as well as a tram that goes from the city to Glenelg beach. The city connector bus is free. It does a loop of major spots in the city. There is also a free city connector bus that goes to North Adelaide. The tram is free between ... .
This is a super club with the best sound system in Adelaide. Expect to pay an entry fee. Saturday and Wednesday are big nights. Saturday you can expect house music and Wednesday is the retro night. Fridays are big depending on who is playing. Big DJs that come through Adelaide play here. Mostly attracts 18-23 year old crowd.