Make this the year to explore all that South Australia has to offer, with its stunning beaches, events and festivals, stylish capital City of Adelaide and the gateway to the landscape of the Flinders Ranges and outback.
South Australia’s famous wine trails in the Barossa Valley is one of those popular attractions, offering the opportunity to sample and take home some of those award-winning wines. Whilst touring, visit the well-preserved heritage and enjoy the historical themes that include German settlements throughout the Barossa and the Adelaide Hills, the Cornish and Welsh settlements of Moonta, Burra and Willunga, and the maritime history of Port Adelaide and Robe.
South Australia is also home to some major events, from the Santos Tour Down Under, the world renown Adelaide Festival of the Arts, the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Womadelaide, plus some popular regional events that include a number of food and wine festivals, and a variety of sporting events. For something truly unusual visit or fly over Anna Creek station the worlds largest cattle station at Oodnadatta covering over 34,000 square km.
South Australia offers a range of outback stations where visitors can learn what it is to live and work on an outback station, as well as experience the beauty of this remote vast region. With an ‘outback station stay’, many will offer a range of accommodation options and other packages. A number of outback station may also offer a range of activities and tour options within their properties.
Some of the natural attractions include the magnificent Naracoorte Caves N.P., Eyre Peninsula, Fleurieu Peninsula, Flinders Ranges, Kangaroo Island and Yorke Peninsula. Perhaps something more adventurous is in your blood, such as the limestone caves in the Nullarbor Plain, where crossing the Nullarbor is a journey into a timeless and unforgettable landscape and one of Australia’s great road trips.
Adelaide Airport is the main international and domestic terminal for South Australia.
In addition to our articles, we will be bringing back some of our own experiences from our archive among others.
Most regions are still welcoming visitors, but if you are unsure after the recent droughts, fires and COVID-19, contact the local visitor centres for more information.
- Alberrie Creek
- Algebuckina Bridge
- Kanku–Breakaways Conservation Park
- Mount Gambier
- Oodnadatta Track
- Wabma Kadarbu Conservation Park
- William Creek
- Wilpena Pound
- Witjira National Park
As we expand our content, we will be writing about the various attractions that we have enjoyed, as well as dipping into our archives. More information can be found on the local visitors centre website.
Check out the following external tourism link for:
- South Australia Visitor Information Centres (South Australian Tourism Commission, SATC)