Tram at Moseley Square stop ready to depart towards Adelaide city

South Australia

South Australia is known for its stunning landscapes, quaint towns, and delicious wine. It is a perfect destination for travellers who want to escape the city and immerse themselves in nature and culture. The Adelaide Hills' lush greenery and rolling hills make it a perfect destination for nature enthusiasts. You can hike in the Mount Lofty Botanic Garden, visit the Cleland Wildlife Park, or go wine tasting in the quaint towns of Hahndorf and Stirling.

The Barossa Valley, located just an hour away from Adelaide, is one of the most famous wine regions in Australia. It is home to some of the world's best Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Chardonnay. Kangaroo Island is a nature lover's paradise & home to unique wildlife, stunning beaches, and breathtaking landscapes. You can see sea lions, koalas, kangaroos, and wallabies in their natural habitat, or go hiking, fishing, swimming, & surfing.

South Australia is a beautiful destination that offers a perfect balance of nature and culture. From the vineyards of Barossa Valley to the beaches of Fleurieu Peninsula, you'll find something to suit your taste. The best time to visit South Australia is between September and November or March and May, depending on the region you're visiting. If you're planning a trip to South Australia, you're in for a treat.

Nullarbor

Eyre Peninsula

Nullarbor

 

Clare Valley Wines
Clare Valley Wines

The Clare Valley is one of Australia's oldest wine regions, dating back 150 years, and home to some of the best Riesling wines in the country.

Alligator Gorge
Alligator Gorge

Alligator Gorge is within the scenic Mount Remarkable National Park, in the Southern Flinders Ranges, just 10km south of Wilmington.

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.

Ceduna [The Nullarbor]
Ceduna [The Nullarbor]

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

Wines of Adelaide Hills
Wines of Adelaide Hills

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

The Great Australian Bight
The Great Australian Bight

The Great Australian Bight is a very large bight (or bend in the coast that forms an open bay) on the southern edge of the Australian continent.

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 River Torrens
The River Torrens

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.

Nullarbor
Nullarbor

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

South Australia Surf Spots
South Australia Surf Spots

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

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