South Australia

South Australia is home to a gorgeous coastline, rugged outback, wildlife galore and is famous for producing some of the world's best wine.

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Coober Pedy

A renowned wine producing region north east of Adelaide. The local high profile wineries offering wine tours and tastings, the pretty villages and the lovely scenery have contributed to the development of a thriving tourist industry.


Also known as Burra Creek Gorge, is a lovely camping area 26 km South East of Burra


The Ghan (Adelaide to Darwin), the Overland ( Adelaide to Melbourne), the Indian Pacific (Sydney to Perth). Iconic train journeys through the Australian outback

A major wine region about 35 km south of Adelaide internationally renowned for its wines.

84Km east of Adelaide, Mannum is an historic town on the bank of the Murray River.

Coober Pedy

Verdant wetlands and floodplains offer wonderful opportunities for birdwatching and fishing

Listed in the World Heritage Area for its extensive fossil remains that are found in 26 caves.

Blewitts Springs

4WD touring of the magnificent Flinders Ranges. Learn about the ancient and geological history of the region, enjoy spectacular untouched scenery and bush walking.

A popular destinations for fishing and holidays, especially because of its proximity to Adelaide. Innes National Park is on the south tip of the Peninsula.


In the Fleurieu Peninsula. It has many walking trails (including part of the famous Heysen Trail), 4 campgrounds, spectacular views of Backstairs Passage, Kangaroo Island and Deep Creek Valley.