Where to go in South Australia
List of regions
Kangaroo Island may be just 15km from the mainland, but it is a world away in terms of seclusion and natural diversity. It is regularly recognised as Australia’s own Galápagos: arguably the best place to see the widest range of Australian native animals in their natural habitat.
Big skies, sparkling seas and vast unspoilt space make the Eyre Peninsula a joy to spend time in, and that’s without the extra delight of the region being something of a seafood frontier.
The Flinders Ranges and South Australian Outback is a rugged and majestic area, full of adventure. Australia’s most legendary countryside is dramatic, vast and full of outstanding natural attractions and indigenous culture.
The wine regions surrounding Adelaide are among the best Down Under. The Barossa Valley in particular is certainly the wine capital of Australia. The Australian wine experience is relaxed and friendly, with an emphasis on the characters behind the labels.
Adelaide's well-planned boulevards, colonial stone architecture and generous parklands, which cover almost half the city, make it a pleasant, picturesque place to discover. Adelaide's elegant restaurants and fashionable wine bars spill onto the streets, creating a balmy Mediterranean-style atmosphe…