South Australia Destinations

Adelaide, SA.  Photo credit: Ben Goode/South Australian Tourism Commission

South Australia Destinations

From the bustling city to the tips of its peninsulas, South Australia is a state of contrasts and adventure.

Sample some of the world’s greatest wines, seek out natural and manmade wonders, and follow in the footsteps of the settlers, miners and cameleers who made the state their own.

 

Map of South Australia

Map of South Australia

Things to do in South Australia

Adelaide
The Festival State’s festival city has markets, beaches, sport and culture that just beg to be explored. Lose yourself in the city’s 29 parks.

Adelaide Hills
Wine, walking and wildlife. Discover an Australia with a distinctly Germanic feel.

Barossa
Eat, drink and be merry in South Australia’s wine capital. The Herbig Tree and Whispering Wall aren’t to be missed either.

Clare Valley
Explore a rich European history without ever being more than a few feet from a glass of wine…

Eyre Peninsula
South Australia’s land of adventure: cross the Nullarbor, fish, surf, swim and dive with sharks.

Fleurieu Peninsula
Wide beaches, fertile vineyards, wild bushland and the mighty Murray Mouth make for a landscape you need to explore.

Flinders Ranges & Outback
Painted Desert, Moon Plain and a wealth of aboriginal sites. Explore a land of mystery and majesty.

Kangaroo Island
Australia’s third largest island is a place of natural wonders, wildlife encounters and some fantastic sand surfing in the Little Sahara.

Limestone Coast
A rich and fertile land of caves and lagoons 20 million years in the making. Made for walking, diving and caving.

Murraylands & Riverland
The mighty Murray River has been a lifeline for settlers since the 19th Century. Today, you’ll find a world of adventure in it, on it and near it.

Yorke Peninsula
Find rich heritage, great beaches and fabulous diving (including shipwrecks) on SA’s Copper Coast.

 

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Heading South?

 

Fly direct to SA’s capital – Adelaide – from major European, Asian, American and New Zealand airports and all Australian capital cities.

The city is well served by interstate coaches and trains.

And for the ultimate Adelaide-bound transport, take The Ghan from Darwin.

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