South Australia is a unique gateway to diverse landscapes. From the rugged Flinders Ranges, the flora & fauna of Kangaroo Island, the wine regions of the Barossa Valley & Clare Valley, come face to face with sharks on the Eyre Peninsula, to the city of Churches – Adelaide. Kangaroo Island has some of the most beautiful & pristine beaches & some amazing local produce. Wine isn’t the only reason to visit the Barossa Valley – there are many local artists, some great local produce & luxury accommodation for couples and families. Adelaide is home to arts festivals (Adelaide Festival, Adelaide Fringe, Adelaide Film Festival – just to name a few) & world class events (WOMAdelaide, Santos Down Under, Clipsal 500 Adelaide & Formula One Grand Prix) as well as being a cultural & iconic city.
You will never run out of things to do in South Australia. The choice is staggering: meet the locals in friendly bush towns up north; taste globe-trotting wines at cellars doors across the south; watch whales in the west and mooch on the Murray in the east. South Australia has 12 diverse tourism regions – and all are within an easy day's drive of Adelaide.
If your next holiday checklist consists of stunning natural beauty, wildlife encounters, white sandy beaches, vertical cliffs, wild waves, niche produce, fabulous wines, friendly locals, mild climate and spectacular rock formations – then Kangaroo Island is your destination.
South Australia has a diverse landscape. From the lush Barossa Valley wine region to the amazingly diverse Flinders Ranges & the Outback. Visit Australia's third largest Island - Kangaroo Island on a day or overnight tour.
Sometimes it's blissful to sit back and let someone else do all the work. Indulge yourself aboard one of South Australia’s boutique Murray River cruise vessels. Explore the towering cliffs and calm water ways of the mighty Murray River.