With a Mediterranean climate, South Australia offers
something for everyone, no matter what time of year it is.
It is an ideal gateway to
the outback, produces the majority of Australian premium wines and has some of
the best places in Australia to see animals in their natural environment.
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Adelaide is the gateway to South Australia; a compact city surrounded by parks and nestled between the hills and the sea. With great restaurants and cafes, a vibrant arts scene and countless festivals and events, it's the perfect place to visit before exploring the regions.
Enjoy the journey - and the destination
South Australia is often associated with wine - and it's no wonder. With 18 wine regions, visitors are often not far from a cellar door.
With more than 200 cellar doors within an hour’s drive, it’s easy to see why Adelaide is
considered the wine capital of Australia.
Sample rich Shiraz in the Barossa or crisp Rieslings in the Clare Valley.
Head to the Coonawarra region on the Limestone Coast for its glorious red wines, particularly Cabernet Sauvignon.
On the way, pass through the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula and the world famous McLaren Vale.
Have an adventure and swim with the tuna on Eyre Peninsula or soar over the Flinders Ranges in a scenic flight.
Visitors can enjoy a cruise along the majestic Murray River or explore unspoiled coastline, including a stroll among a colony of sea lions, on Kangaroo Island.
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South Australian Roadtrips
Drive follows South Australia's coast between Adelaide and Melbourne. Taste wines
from the Coonawarra, 4WD along white, sandy beaches, kayak the
waterways of the Coorong and discover the pristine natural wonders of Kangaroo
The Seafood Frontier is the
ultimate seafood safari. Follow South Australia’s stunning coastline from the
Yorke Peninsula to the state’s far west coast. Dive with Great White sharks,
swim with sea lions or tuna, or set out on a fishing charter. Indulge in
Australia's best seafood from the Southern Ocean.
The Mighty Murray Way follows the river through ever-changing landscapes from the Riverland to the Murray Mouth. Discover a past rich in stories and enjoy a diverse, natural environment. Sample the spectacular food, wine and beer, all made possible by the powerful river.
Embark on an unforgettable 3000 km journey from Adelaide to Darwin, through South Australia's outback landscapes and historic towns. You can meet the locals, get back to nature and experience the wonder of the outback under the stars. Prepare for an epic Australian Roadtrip and travel along the Explorer's Way.
If you travel for your taste buds, this culinary adventure through four of Australia’s premier wine regions is for you. Follow the Epicurean Way and visit the Barossa, Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale and Clare Valley. Stop in at cellar doors, taste award-winning wines and enjoy gourmet local produce.