There is only one acceptable way to end the uni year, with a pub crawl.
Summercrawl will take over Adelaide’s East End on Friday 27th November, right after exams finish.
Drop by The Havelock Hotel from 5pm for a feed before heading to the newly renovated Stag Hotel where Summercrawelrs will have the entire upper deck to themselves.
Continue enjoying those $5 beer and vodka specials at P.J O’Brien’s and The Producers Bar. But wait, there's more - everyone will assemble at the final destination in a booked out club, exclusively for the crawlers. F-yeah.
Not a uni student but want a piece of this epic-ness? Don’t stress, the crawl is open to the general public and for those of you wanting to relive your uni years.
Oh , and when that inevitable burrito craving hits, drop by Zambreros for 10% off.
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