South Australia - Food & wine
Barossa & Clare Valley
Just one hour from Adelaide, dotted with picturesque villages, the Barossa is renowned for producing some of Australia’s finest wines. A little further away, the lesser-known Clare Valley has been likened to Tuscany, and you’ll find exquisite heritage towns, stylish cellar doors and numerous, delightful places to stay.
The Eyre Peninsula has it all offering you pristine beaches, fantastic adventure and outdoor activities, superb food & wine and exciting wildlife spotting opportunities.
Discover what lies beneath the warm waters of the Eyre Peninsula as you swim with sea lions, hand-feed tuna or come face-to-face with sharks from the security of a cage. Explore the huge sand dunes, deserted beaches and rugged bushland or the Eyre Peninsula. Take part in a spectacular whale watching experience from Fowlers Bay or discover hidden gems by joining one of the many guided tours available.
Flinders Ranges & Outback
Discover adventure on a grand scale. Take a 4WD tour through the ancient areas of the Flinders and Gammon Ranges, go on a scenic flight over the historic lands of the Outback or stay in an underground home. This awesome world offers an experience like no other.
Murraylands & Riverland
The Murray is one of the world’s greatest rivers and the region promises some amazing sightseeing, native wildlife, zoological sanctuaries, river cruises and relaxed house boating. Spend your holiday loafing in the sunshine, sailing, waterskiing and boating.
Fleurieu Peninsula & The Limestone Coast
Sweeping south from Adelaide down to Cape Jervis, the Fleurieu Peninsula offers great cellar doors, restaurants, conservation parks and opportunities to go whale watching from June to October. The Limestone Coast region reaches south from the Coorong National Park to the Victoria border and includes the Coonawarra wine region.