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Part of Australia's charm is its history. It also makes for some great places to visit! So take a journey down Australia's timeline & see what you can discover, or even learn.

South Australia

2021

20 July

South Australia pauses travel to New Zealand after snap lockdown declared in state. [Covid-19]

2021

05 July

South Australia once again allowed to travel to New Zealand provided they hadn't visited a designated hotspot. [Covid-19]

2021

05 March

First Australian to receive the Oxford–AstraZeneca vaccine

2020

24 March

South Australia closed their borders, with all interstate arrivals being required to self-isolate for 14 days. [Covid19]

2008

13 February

Longest heatwave for an Australian capital city recorded in Adelaide.

1873

13 December

Adelaide Cricket Ground is opened

1872

06 May

Adelaide General Post Office (GPO) opens

1871

03 February

South Australian Parliament voted to legalise the right for a man to marry his dead wife's sister

1802

08 April

Captain Matthew Flinders named Encounter Bay when he met Nicolas Baudin, the commander of the Baudin expedition, who was on a similar expedition for the French government.
Nullarbor
Nullarbor

There is plenty of Australian wildlife to see when crossing the Nullarbor. Kangaroos, camels, dingoes and even wombats can be seen.

The Ghan - A journey by train
The Ghan - A journey by train

The Ghan is an Australian passenger train service that travels between Adelaide, Alice Springs and Darwin on the Adelaide - Darwin railway.

A Guide to Coonawarra
A Guide to Coonawarra

Discover Coonawarra, the "Napa Valley" of Australia, nestled in the picturesque Limestone Coast region of South Australia just a few hours' drive from Adelaide.

Wines of Adelaide Hills
Wines of Adelaide Hills

The Adelaide Hills region is celebrated for its impressive wines, which have achieved significant international recognition.

Ceduna [The Nullarbor]
Ceduna [The Nullarbor]

Ceduna is a great base for exploring the pristine ocean and rugged coastline of the Great Australia Bight.

The Wines of Barossa
The Wines of Barossa

The Barossa Valley is a renowned wine-producing region northeast of Adelaide, and is the main source of employment for many residents.

South Australia - Overview
About South Australia

Located on the Southern Ocean side of Australia is South Australia. Great giants of the seas adhorn the coast, where you can watch Southern Right and Humpbacks Whales play with their young beneath towering cliffs at the Head of Bight.

South Australia Surf Spots
South Australia Surf Spots

In South Australia & want to find out the best surfing spots? We have them for you.

Yalata [The Nullarbor]
Yalata [The Nullarbor]

Yalata is an Aboriginal community located 200 kilometres west of Ceduna on the Great Australian Bight in South Australia.

The Serene Charm of Hindmarsh Island
The Serene Charm of Hindmarsh Island

The island is one of South Australia's best-kept secrets, offering a serene charm that is sure to captivate any traveler.



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