South Australia is a huge mass of land within a vast continent. Inside its borders are an array of fabulous places to explore and experiences to be had.
Begin your journey in Adelaide
Adelaide is the perfect starting point for all the South Australian travel adventures that await you. From seeing whales, house-boating or climbing the world’s oldest mountain peaks, South Australia is filled with so many interesting places to travel to.
Head for the hills
Take a day trip to Hahndorf, one of the most famous towns in the Adelaide Hills. It’s Australia’s oldest surviving settlement and has a strong German heritage. Stop at nearby Cleland Wildlife Park to feed Kangaroos and hold a Koala.
Visit one of the many cellar doors in the region and enjoy a long lunch. Take your tastebuds on a ride with a wine and chocolate tasting experience like no other.
Hit the beach
Relax on a beautiful beach. Catch a tram from Adelaide to Glenelg for some fun in the sun. Enjoy al fresco dining on Jetty Road or Holdfast Marina.
Drive down to Adelaide’s southern beaches and dive along the Port Noarlunga reef. Watch the sun set from the amazing Star of Greece restaurant at Port Willunga.
Visit our National Landscapes
Admire nature on Kangaroo Island. Visit Remarkable Rocks and Admirals Arch – these rock formations are incredible! See native animals thriving in the wild, like seals at Seal Bay. Explore stunning beaches and desert dunes.
See rock art, fossils and spectacular landscapes in the Flinders Ranges and Outback. Get a bird’s eye view of Wilpena Pound on a scenic flight. Marvel at Lake Eyre from the air or the glorious Painted Desert.
Head down the coast
Stop by the seaside town of Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Cross the causeway on a horse-drawn tram and see little penguins on Granite Island. Visit the South Australian Whale Centre or board the Cockle Train for a steam train ride.
Taste South Australia
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