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.
Paddlesteamers are a part of Australia's romantic culture. While an integral part of the Murray transport system, they combined the magic of outback Australia and the River itself.
The River Torrens flows 85km from its source in the Adelaide Hills and runs between the city-centre and North Adelaide forming the Torrens Lake.
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.
Discover Coonawarra, the "Napa Valley" of Australia, nestled in the picturesque Limestone Coast region of South Australia just a few hours' drive from Adelaide.
The Adelaide Hills region is celebrated for its impressive wines, which have achieved significant international recognition.
Indulge in some of the best local country produce and a number of wineries offering great wine tasting and cellar door wine tour experiences.
In South Australia & want to find out the best surfing spots? We have them for you.
Smoky Bay is a relaxed seaside town located south east of Ceduna, with beautiful beaches ideal for swimming, crabbing and windsurfing.
The island is one of South Australia's best-kept secrets, offering a serene charm that is sure to captivate any traveler.
There is plenty of Australian wildlife to see when crossing the Nullarbor. Kangaroos, camels, dingoes and even wombats can be seen.