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SOUTH AUSTRALIA

Emus Crossing The Road, Flinders Ranges and Outback
South Australia

Granite Island Causeway, Fleurieu Peninsula
South Australia

Traditional Winery, Barossa Valley
South Australia

View from the River Torrens, Adelaide
South Australia

Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island
South Australia

Wine Tasting at Gibson Wines Cellar Door, Barossa Valley
South Australia

Santos Tour Down Under, Fleurieu Peninsula
South Australia

Merino Rams, Clare Valley
South Australia

Images of South Australia courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission


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Travel South Australia enjoying generous hospitality and a special experience staying in bed and breakfasts, farm and station stays, cottages and guesthouses. Your hosts can help you make the most of your stay.

The most populous parts of South Australia have mild winters and warm dry summers. The Flinders Ranges and outback experience very hot summer weather and the nights can be cold.

Recognised for its Festivals, Adelaide hosts many cultural events, most notable of which is the Adelaide Festival. Early German settlers left a legacy of excellent wineries, charming hill villages, and fine cuisine.


Farmstay activities are fun
Must see in South Australia


Galleries, restaurants, Barossa, Clare Valley and Fleurieu wineries, cultural sites, outback stations, desert wildflowers, Lake Eyre. Kangaroo Island, the Heysen Walking Trail, fishing, recreational beaches and water sports, Coorong national park, Murray River paddle steamers, Santos Tour Down Under.

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