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South Australia

Seeing is Believing in South Australia

12 Apr 2021 Travel Tips

Images courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission.

Brimming with amazing nature and wildlife, spectacular scenery and world-class food and wine, South Australia is a state that treats you to experiences unlike any other.

Stay in some of the country's most sought-after properties, from unique coastal lodgings to sophisticated vineyard manors and glamourous hotels close to the action.

Taste an endless array of flavours as you wine and dine your way through regions renowned for incredible wine, seafood, honey, farm gate stalls, gourmet menus and more.

Explore kilometres of picture-perfect coastline, delve into outback culture and desert landscapes, be charmed by friendly wildlife and inquisitive sea life, or meander along rivers and lakes brimming with things to see and do.

Now’s the time to see all the unbelievable places in South Australia, here are some tips for our favourite regions:

Travel north to the Flinders Ranges where you can explore the ancient landscape on foot or from the air, follow Aboriginal Dreaming Trails and retire at night beneath canvas or glittering skies.

Flinders Ranges National Park - South Australia

Head for the coast and one of South Australia's three peninsulas - the Eyre, Fleurieu or Yorke. Although each one offers something unique, they share a reputation as both aquatic and culinary playgrounds. There's so much to see and do and drink and eat!

Whale Watching-Fleurieu Peninsula

Step ashore at Kangaroo Island and feel yourself relax. Raw and rugged nature combine with a laid-back lifestyle, unique wildlife and tastebud-tempting delicacies.

Bay of Shoals - South Australia

From its source in the Snowy Mountains, the Murray River flows through South Australia's Riverland and onto the Lakes and Coorong. Stunning conservation parks, a rich First Nations heritage and majestic ochre-coloured cliffs provide endless options for walking, cruising and self-drive journeys.

South Australia's Riverland

Adelaide itself lays claim to being a Great Wine Capital, one of just 11 cities globally whose wine regions are recognised as significant cultural assets. Within an hour’s drive, more than 200 cellar doors are located across the Barossa, Adelaide Hills and McLaren Vale. Just a little further afield lies the Clare Valley, famed for five-star wineries showcasing its signature drop, Riesling.

Rigonis' Bistro - Adelaide

We’ve gathered together the complete travel collection for you to cycle, walk, drive, cruise or sit back on a guided holiday in South Australia, all you need to do is contact your local Travellers Choice agent.

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