- "The Adelaide Review sees its function as providing insightful review and analysis of the issues, culture and lifestyle shaping Adelaide and South Australia; to be intelligent, informed, critical and independent; to be essential, objective and balanced; to have credibility and integrity."
Interstate and overseas residents are able to subscribe to the publication and have it delivered by post.
It is one of only three "broad-spectrum non-Murdoch print media" publications in Adelaide, the others being SA Life and The Independent Weekly. It is/was owned by the Spanish publisher Javier Moll.
In the year April 2003–March 2004, CAB-audited average monthly circulation was 38,642.
- Owen, Michael (June 9, 2013). Respected journalist Christopher Pearson dies in Adelaide The Australian. Retrieved June 9, 2013.
- Michael Jacobs, Adelaide liable to lose voices, The Adelaide Review Archives. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
- Richard Aedy, A Paper of Record, 31 March 2005, The Media Report, Radio National transcript, abc.net.au. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
- Margaret Simons, More on the Adelaide Review Dust Up, 27 January 2010, crickey.com.au. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
- Hendrick Gout, The Premier, the newspaper boss, and the secret deal, 22 March 2008, The Independent Weekly. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
- Meredith Booth, Spaniard's $2.4 million loss, 26 February 2007, The Advertiser. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
- The Adelaide Review, The Media Report, 18 February 1999, Radio National transcript, www.abc.net.au. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
- Advertising in The Adelaide Review, August 2004, The Adelaide Review Archives. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
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