Boasting exquisite beaches, the outback and world-class wine regions, South Australia is a diverse Australian region. Adelaide is the essence of unique cultural-heritage small city charm, surrounded by picturesque beaches lush green hills. The major sites of the city centre include the South Australian Museum, the Botanical Gardens and the Adelaide Oval.
The dramatic scenery on largely untouched Kangaroo Island is breathtaking. Stunning sunsets, pristine beaches and dramatically spectacular rock formations combine to make Kangaroo Island a must-see destination. Making for a unique and genuine experience, the up-close-and-personal wildlife encounters on Kangaroo Island are unforgettable, with some of Australia’s most iconic wildlife; kangaroo’s, koala’s and echidna’s in abundance.
The nearby Barossa Valley is Australia’s wine capital, with picturesque villages and rolling hills covered with rows of luscious vineyards. This historical wine region boasts over 150 wineries and cellar doors. With a reputation for gourmet food and fine wine in a pristine setting, the Barossa Valley is an extremely popular destination for foodies and wine lovers alike.
The incredible outback destination of the dramatic Flinders Ranges is steeped in Aboriginal and European history. The extraordinary Wilpena Pound is 800 million years old and has been home to Adnyamathanha people for tens of thousands of years.