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South Australia

Visit South Australia for its spectacular scenery, fishing, flora, fauna and the national, conservation, recreation parks that make up over 20% of the state and legendary wineries. Names like Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Coonawarra are recognised internationally.
Adelaide Hills

The Adelaide Hills region in South Australia, South of Adelaide is the states oldest wine region dating back to the first vintage in 1841. The Adelaide Hills region of South Australia offers visitors historic townships, heritage accommodation properties with stunning gardens.

Yorke Peninsula

Yorke Peninsula, South Australia with more than 600 kilometres of coastline and a host of sunny seaside towns, "Yorkes" is much loved by local South Australians. Popular towns in the stunning Yorke Peninsula include Maitland, Kadina and Moonta.

Clare Valley

The Clare Valley is known for food and wine, hotels, history, arts and festivals. Explore the pretty churches and vineyards along the Clare Valley between Auburn and Clare, including Leasingham, Watervale, Penwortham and Sevenhill.

Adelaide

The city of Adelaide is positioned on the banks of the picturesque River Torrens, among superb gardens, with the Adelaide Hills as a backdrop, giving it a relaxed atmosphere. Explore the Botanic Gardens, be inspired by diverse music and arts festivals.

Murraylands

Australia's mighty Murray River winds its way through the heart of the Murraylands, carving out steep sandstone cliffs that turn deep orange at sunset; winding past giant red gums and weeping willows; and spilling its banks to create wide, wild lagoons.

Barossa

While the Barossa Valley boasts more than 50 wineries, ranging from household names such as Penfolds to boutique wineries like Charles Melton and Grant Burge Wines, the region also offers lots of other attractions, including its history and scenery.

Eyre Peninsula

There's 2000 kilometres of coastline to explore on Eyre Peninsula, and rarely will there be another boat bobbing on the best patch; tourists blocking your camera lense; or even footprints in the sand. Eyre Peninsula offers a holiday without the holiday crowds...

Fleurieu Peninsula

Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia with its close proximity to Adelaide and outstanding combination of seaside resorts surrounded by idyllic rural townships, set among rolling hills and vineyards, make the Fleurieu Peninsula an ideal holiday destination.

Flinders Ranges and Outback

Flinders Ranges in Australia's Outback, renowned for its rugged mountain scenery, deep gorges and tranquil valleys, this is a land of legends and South Australian 4x4 adventure holidays. Most visitors are drawn to the National Parks and the opal mining town of Coober Pedy.

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island, South Australia is the third largest island off the Australian coastline. Kangaroo Island is 155km long and 55km at its widest point, many visitors are surprised by its large size and its scenic beauty. Its reputation as a haven for wildlife and flora is well deserved.

Limestone Coast

The Limestone Coast, in the south-east corner of South Australia, is rich in natural attractions, with an arc of beaches and lobster-fishing ports stretching along the coastline to the Victorian border. There is no shortage of accommodation and attractions for travellers.

Riverland

The Murray Riverland produces close to half of South Australia's wine grapes and is becoming increasingly known as a wine area in its own right. Murray Riverland is the heart of the fruit bowl of South Australia, where most of the state's citrus, stone fruit and nuts are grown.