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


Visit off the beaten track desert regions, immerse yourself into Aboriginal culture, experience the bush and outback in complete safety

Popular holiday destination with a beach, jetty and reef. It is a good place to live for those who need to commute daily to Adelaide.

Coober Pedy

Lake Eyre is Australia's largest salt lake. During the rain season, when it is flooded, it becomes a breeding site for enormous numbers of waterbirds.

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

Opal mining town of South Australia, popular stopover point (between Adelaide and Alice Springs) and tourist destination.

South Australia Riverland region popular venue for a wide range of water sports, especially sailing and water-skiing.

Verdant wetlands and floodplains offer wonderful opportunities for birdwatching and fishing

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.


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

A notable wine region of Australia. A 35 Km sealed cycling and walking track - the Riesling Trail - links the villages of the valley.

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