South Australia

Adelaide
South Australia is a stunning state that really does have it all – wildlife, outback and wine - all within a few hours of the cosmopolitan city, Adelaide.

Kangaroo Island is Australia’s miniature answer to the Galapagos - a pristine wilderness brimming with wildlife. The island (or ‘KI’ as the locals like to call it) is a haven for hundreds of species of wildlife from pelicans and penguins to possums and platypuses.

Venture a little further and discover the magnificent Flinders Ranges in the heart of the Outback and only a three hour drive from Adelaide - Wilpena Pound is a must see! Of course no visit to South Australia is complete without wine. Head to the Barossa to sample some of Australia’s finest, complete with an array of tempting fresh produce and all served in the beautiful surrounds of the vineyards.

Adelaide

Adelaide

Adelaide is a blend of European and Australian influence. Its Mediterranean-style cafes and ‘al fresco’ restaurants are enhanced by an abundance of gardens. The generous boulevards alongside the Murray River all stage a most pleasurable Australian city experience. More

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is a thirty minute flight or ferry ride from Adelaide and its isolation from the mainland has allowed the wild-life to flourish. With 450 kilometres of coastline that has been sculptured into towering cliffs by millions of years of ocean waves, Kangaroo Island is acknowledged as the finest natural reserve in Australia. More

Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley

Visit one of Australia’s most important wine regions. Home to Penfolds and Yulumba labels, picturesque Barossa valley is sprinkled with quaint towns and villages. You’ll be escorted around this famous region with an expert wine guide and explore the wineries and local boutique food centres amidst the lovely countryside and gentle valleys. More

Outback South Australia

Outback South Australia

Outback Australia in South Australia is the real deal. The landscapes reflect the early stages of earth’s history and the iconic red soil represents true Australian heartland.... More

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