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Central Australia here we come!

Sunrise at Coward Springs LonghornYOUniqueTours | 2010-10-14 | Journey from Melbourne to Central Australia via the Flinders Ranges, Oodnodatta Track, Lake Eyre and Coober Pedy. | read more

Adelaide Festival Centre's 2010 Season Announced

AFCSophie | 2009-11-29 | Home of festivals, Adelaide Festival Centre is pleased to announce its year-long festival for 2010. With a mix of Australian and international entertainment, Adelaide Festival Centre will present an eclectic program of theatre, dance, music, visual arts and exhibitions, along with its three festivals, Adelaide Cabaret Festival, OzAsia Festival and Adelaide International Guitar Festival. | read more

Activities, Itinerary and Accommodation in the Flinders Ranges

Cycling the Mawson Trail from Adelaide to Blinman in the Flinders Ranges SouthAustralia | 2009-09-29 | There are three national parks in the Flinders Ranges. There's a great selection accommodation and many things to see and do for the visiting traveller to the Flinders Ranges, South Australia. | read more

Flinders Ranges

Magnificent Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges, SA SouthAustralia | 2009-09-29 | There are three national parks in the Flinders Ranges. They are Mount Remarkable National Park, Flinders Ranges National Park and Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park. Together they cover 95,000 hectares, popular accommodation options include the tourist town of Hawker, SA. | read more

Experience the Historic and Scenic Kangaroo Island, South Australia

An excellent choice of Kangaroo Island Accommodation is on offer SouthAustralia | 2010-03-04 | KI. Said to be the place to see the best of Australia if you don't have time to see the whole continent, being 90 minutes from Adelaide and 45 minutes on a ferry, Kangaroo Island is a perfect self-drive destination. | read more

Food & Wine McLaren Vale

Guests Dining at Producers producers | 2009-02-04 | We are spoilt with local dining options in the Mclaren Vale, and are always being asked 'where shall we eat?' So! After much research on our part we have compiled the 'Must Dine list for McLaren Vale and surrounds'... | read more

Accommodation and Activities in Barmera, Riverlands, SA

Fruit trees in Barmera, the Riverlands Region of South Australia SouthAustralia | 2009-01-30 | Barmera in the Riverlands of South Australia, is situated on the shores of the popular Lake Bonney. Barmera has a range of accommodation including hotel, motels, country club, lakeside caravan parks, a backpacker hostel, bed & breakfast, self-contained cottages and numerous lakeside camping sites. | read more

Barossa Wine Region, South Australia

Grape picking at Tanunda, Barossa region SouthAustralia | 2009-01-29 | Chances are if you have a bought a good quality Shiraz you have heard of the Barossa Valley in South Australia. Considered the wine capital of Australia, there is selection of accommodation options throughout the Barossa towns and villages such as Angaston and Bethany. | read more

Boating on the Murray River in the Murraylands, SA

Murray River Princess, Wellington, Murraylands Region - Image Tourism South Australia SouthAustralia | 2009-01-29 | The Murraylands is home to more than 80 commercial houseboats, lots of cruisers and some old paddlewheelers. So visitors to places like Mannum and Murray Bridge on the Murray River can enjoy cruises from 1 hour to one week exploring South Australia’s Mighty Murray. | read more

Accommodation Guide to the Murraylands, SA

Riverboat cruises up near Tailem Bend, Murraylands - Image SA Tourism SouthAustralia | 2009-01-29 | Only an hour's drive from Adelaide, the Murraylands has always been a much-loved holiday destination. Whether you're looking for a luxury bed and breakfast , a comfortable motel suite, houseboat or the perfect campsite, the Murraylands has your accommodation covered. | read more

Touring the Clare Valley Wine Region

Bungaree Station, Clare, Clare Valley Region - Image South Australia Tourism Commission SouthAustralia | 2009-01-28 | First stop: Auburn Driving north from Adelaide, many first-time visitors often begin their exploration of the Clare Valley wine region in Auburn at the southern end of the world-famous wine region. Accommodation in Auburn ranges from cottages, B&B’s, apartments and motels. | read more

What to do in Clare, Clare Valley Wine Region.

Clare Valley Wild Flowers, Clare, Clare Valley, South Australia - Image SA Tourism SouthAustralia | 2009-01-28 | 90 minutes drive north from Adelaide lies the town of Clare in the Clare Valley Wine Region. Clare has several motels, a well appointed caravan park and also a number of charming bed and breakfasts and some apartment-style accommodation for those who prefer a secluded getaway whilst holidaying in the Clare Valley Wine Region | read more

Experiences in the Clare Valley

Hay Bales, Clare, Clare Valley, South Australia - Image SA Tourism SouthAustralia | 2009-01-28 | The Clare Valley in South Australia is famed for its wineries, restaurants, country pubs and Riesling Trail, and with a great selection of Clare Valley accommodation, your only challenge is having to leave. | read more

Adelaide Plains, South Australia

Image - Nathan MacDonald SouthAustralia | 2009-01-28 | With a great selection of unique accommodation, this part of the Adelaide Plains region is a perfect base from which to explore. There is a good selection of accommodation all within driving distance of the Clare Valley, Barossa Valley and Adelaide. | read more

Drive the Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

Stenhouse Bay, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia - Image South Australia Tourism Commission SouthAustralia | 2009-01-28 | A range of budget and luxury accommodation can be found on South Australia’s Yorke Peninsula in main towns such as Kadina, Moonta and Wallaroo; and also the farming centres of Maitland, Minlaton, Yorketown and the port of Ardrossan. Yorke Peninsula Visitor Information Centres can be found in Kadina and Minlaton. | read more

Things to do in the Adelaide Hills, SA.

Cycling, Hahndorf, Adelaide Hills Region - Image South Australia Tourism Commission and Ross Williams SouthAustralia | 2009-01-27 | With a choice of accommodation you'll be close to all the action. Visit Hahndorf for its German heritage; Stirling for its organic market and excellent shops; Bridgewater for the award-winning cellar door and restaurant at Bridgewater Mill or Macclesfield for its Sunday market. As the oldest wine region in South Australia, the Adelaide Hills has had time to get things right. | read more

Adelaide Wineries

Adelaide Rosella, Adelaide Hills.  South Australia. SouthAustralia | 2009-01-27 | The area around Adelaide is world famous for its award-winning wines. The Barossa Valley, South Australia is renowned for its Shiraz amongst others. | read more

Escape To Kangaroo Island

A typical 'dirt road' on Kangaroo Island seayu | 2010-03-04 | Kangaroo Island, South Australia: 150 long by 50 km wide, more than 4'000 km2, one km2 per inhabitant. This is a place for those who love space and nature | read more

Visit American River, Kangaroo Island

View of Strawbridge Point, Kangaroo Island seayu | 2010-03-04 | Nestled on a hillside in native bushland, facing sea and lagoon, a little Australian town on Kangaroo Island, off Adelaide and the Fleurieu peninsula, called American River. | read more

Great Experiences and Great Holiday Specials in Adelaide, South Australia

Adelaide Zoo admin | 2008-11-18 | Great Experiences and Great Holiday Specials in Adelaide, South Australia. Adelaide, South Australia, is a vibrant and attractive city with a unique selection of budget and exclusive accommodation with many things to do for the visitor such as attractions and tours. | read more

Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre

Naracoorte Swimming Lake naravic | 2008-09-17 | The Naracoorte Visitor Information Centre offers Visitor Information for travellers to Naracoorte and the limestone coast region. One of the most popular attractions in the town is the Naracoorte Swimming Lake.... | read more

Explore Robe, South Australia

Robe Beach gfitter | 2008-12-17 | Whilst enduring my hectic pace of life in Melbourne, Australia, there is always a place of relaxation in my mind when I recall my times spent exploring the Limestone Coast, South Australia. | read more

Historic Victor Harbor, South Australia

scenicencounter | 2008-03-03 | Victor Harbor is steeped in indigenous tradition. Granite Island, The Bluff and Kent Reserve all hold great cultural significance to the local Ngarrindjeri people. | read more

Activities Galore at Victor Harbor

VH Golf Course scenicencounter | 2008-03-03 | There is plenty to do in and around Victor Harbor for those interested in sport and recreational activities including.... | read more

Victor Harbor and the Fleurieu Peninsula for Nature Lovers

scenicencounter | 2008-03-03 | Victor Harbor boasts historic charm, nature's spectacular sea-scape land formations and an abundance of wildlife. It continues to be one of the most popular destinations to visit in South Australia. | read more

Coward Springs

naturalwanders | 2008-02-01 | Our destination for the day was Coward Spring, a mound spring in the middle of the desert. | read more

Baird Bay

naturalwanders | 2008-02-01 | Baird Bay was along a string of unpaved roads that cut through emerald green fields. Some of the fields had sheep grazing; one herd had numerous lambs leaping and bounding about with playful energy. | read more

Venus Bay

naturalwanders | 2008-01-31 | We left Whyalla and headed across the Eyre Peninsula for an area called Baird Bay. We stopped in Kimba for lunch, and had a quick visit over to the silos to see the Big Galah, one of those massive structures that are so kitsch you just have to stop and have a look at them. Finally, we arrived at Venus Bay, our destination for the day. We had driven across the top of the peninsula rather than along the coast via Port Lincoln. | read more

Cuttlefish Boatdive

naturalwanders | 2008-01-31 | We met the dive boat down at the marina, and were soon on our way. Our first dive was on a massive stone breakwater just off from the steelyards. | read more

Whyalla: Cuttlefish Capital of the World

naturalwanders | 2008-01-31 | Rough weather dictated that we try a shore dive. We set off with three other divers, and followed each other by car to an area called the crab pots. This is close to where the old lighthouse is, and the lighthouse keepers’ cabins are sometimes rented out by divers and scientists doing research on the cuttlefish. | read more



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