Are you looking to discover the best nightclubs in Adelaide?
Then we have you covered!
On this page, you’ll find the official shortlist all the nightclubs in Adelaide. (More in-depth further below). And, each with why its best to go.
Feel free to check out each nightclub’s official profile to find out more and to find out which is best for you.
We’ve also created seperate shortlists for each music genre you might like to hear at a club on your night out.
So check out these articles aswell:
Furthermore, you can get on the guest list or book a table with bottle service on some of the more exclusive clubs. We are happy to help you out with either.
The Best Places to go Clubbing in Adelaide
1. Electric Circus Adelaide
For the past six years, Electric Circus has been at the forefront of music, hospitality, and nightclubbing in Adelaide, continually establishing industry standards. On a weekly basis, Electric Circus welcomes interstate and foreign guests on Thursday and Saturday nights, as well as the odd Friday for a special Onelove reunion or Special Event… From Justice to The Bloody Beetroots, 2manyDJs to The Crookers, Dirty South to Calvin Harris, there’s something for everyone. Not to mention Aston Shuffle, TV Rock, Fakeblood, Ruby Rose, and a slew of other big stars who’ve graced the Electric Circus stage… The city’s modest underground nightclub, Crippen Place, is today considered an Adelaide tradition. Rihanna even said it was “one of the nicest Australia clubs she had ever visited…”
2. Distil Adelaide
On Rundle Street, Distill is an intriguing cocktail bar and outstanding nightlife with a wonderful wine and drink range. It is divided into two tiers. Upstairs, with a combination of R&B and current house music, it’s a heated jumble of dancing. Go downstairs and relax in the lounges if you appreciate ambient music and a more intimate and calm ambiance. And don’t get me started on the finest part. Imagine a dancing floor with a bed and late-night pillow fights. I’m speechless!
3. Red Square Adelaide
Welcome to Red Square, Adelaide’s premier nightlife destination. Red Square, located in the city’s West End, has retained its status as the premier nighttime entertainment thanks to recent renovations that have assured a current, modern design. You can hear some of Australia’s top resident DJs at Red Square, and the club is also known for hosting some of the world’s most recognized DJs on a regular basis.Red Square personnel ensures fantastic dance nights by always thinking ‘outside the square,’ and as Adelaide’s longest-running nightclub, their strategy works.
4. Downtown on Hindley Adelaide
Downtown On Hindley, formerly known as XL Superclub, is located on the east side of Hindley Street. Downtown’s previous name and appearance made it one of the city’s most popular – if not the most popular – R&B clubs, and with a fresh new style, it has lived up to the expectations in the last year.
5. Loverboy Adelaide
This is the place to go if you want to hear some Britney, Kylie, or Donna Summers. Mary’s Poppin, Adelaide’s go-to gay pub, is certain to have a vibrant dancefloor at all times of the night, as well as spectacular drag acts. The bars feature some amusingly titled cocktails that motivate customers to do some daring moves in the pole dancing area and underneath Australia’s largest disco ball (or so it’s believed). They also showcase high-profile drag queens from across the world, as well as nurturing some incredible local talent!
6. Woolshed On Hindley Adelaide
During the day, the woolshed on hindley is a country themed pub with great priced meals and daily specials. After dark, the woolshed is one of adelaide’s best nightclubs. The hotel attracts people of all ages and walks of life with its 7 bars and 3 levels. The nightclub has djs in each bar playing a mix of music from rnb, country, and pub rock to top 40 and commercial dance in a fast-paced environment. Bars can also be hire for functions during the week and on weekends for limited times.
7. Cloud Nine Adelaide
Cloud Nine Adelaide is a meeting of somewhat familiar faces, taking place after dark, for those of you who enjoy a pounding soundtrack to your disco dancing. Located in the heart of Adelaide’s hotspot of late night action known as Hindley Street; Cloud Nine Adelaide is a gathering of somewhat familiar faces, taking place after dark, for those of you who enjoy a pounding soundtrack to your disco dancing.
8. Nineteen Ten Adelaide
Expect a glamorous aesthetic with flapper gowns and beautiful prohibition-era style drinks at Nineteen Ten, Adelaide’s best-kept secret, a luxury rooftop bar inspired by the fabled Broadway burlesque clubs operated by The Minsky brothers in the early 1900s. At Nineteen Ten, we reimagine old-school magic with ice and a dash of heat – classy cocktails, impeccable service, and a team of talented entertainers who love to show off.
9. Super California Adelaide
Dj Booth Lifesaver The new DJ booth is styled like an elevated beach lifeguard hut with ramps going up to the decks, taking the lines “Last night a DJ saved my life” to a whole new level. It’s also now in the middle of the dance floor, guaranteeing that the puppet masters who are making you groove can see your excellent/questionable movements.
10. Cats at Rocket Adelaide
Rocket, which is part of the Electric Circus complex, is known for its live bands and local and interstate DJs who play a mix of house, disco, and indie music. Rocket, located behind Hindley Street on Crippen Place, is a little more laid-back than Electric Circus or Mr Kim’s (EC’s other bars), but it’s no less popular.