Because soldier-surveyor Colonel William Light chose to lay out the South Australian capital on a flat plain, Adelaide is best explored on foot, but when the shoes start to pinch there are plenty of alternative forms of transport to complete your tour. You can take in the sights from the pillion seat of a Harley, from the saddle of a bike, from the water or, if you fancy an historic rundown, from the an Adelaide Explorer bus. You can take the full, commentary-added three-hour tour or you can hop of the bus to grab a photograph opportunity before boarding the next Explorer which comes along. All this awaits just a few minutes from your Trinity Gardens holiday base just 15 minutes north of the heart of Adelaide. Trinity Gardens is a suburb in the merged municipality of Kensington and Norwood, Payneham and St Peters. It is a region of diverse, dynamic cultures which has produced some notable South Australians including poet C.J. Dennis, feminist Helen Catherine Spence and Premier, reformer and fashion plate Don Dunstan.