South Australia has a reputation for its gourmet food and wine and pristine natural environments. The diversity in landscapes is astonishing, picture arid desert outback regions to fruitful, flourishing wine regions and pristine, untouched wilderness.
Adelaide is the delightful capital city of South Australia. This quaint city is slower-paced than other major cities around Australia, but its charm and beauty ensure than it lacks nothing.
With centrally-located boutique hotels within walking distance to all the major city attractions, Adelaide is the most convenient Australian city. Spend the day wandering around the main CBD precinct for a spot of shopping, or perhaps take a stroll down North
Terrace and discover the city’s cultural thoroughfare, with the art gallery and museum located right next door to each other.
Adelaide is a city of heritage and beauty, and is certainly one of South Australia’s many highlights.
Located a ferry’s ride away from the South Australian southern coastline, Kangaroo Island is an unspoilt natural paradise. With numerous rugged clifftops to view the wild Southern Ocean below, and a myriad of pristine sandy beaches to explore, Kangaroo Island really has a lot offer.
The island also happens to be home to a number of unique native Australian animals and with the help of respected local tour operators these fascinating animals can be viewed naturally. Uncover Koala’s, Kangaroo’s, Echidna’s and Sea Lions enjoying their native environment.
Perfect for solo travellers, families and couples alike, South Australia is the adventurer’s paradise.
The Barossa Valley, South Australia’s wine capital, is one of Australia’s most renowned destinations.
This beautiful region is full of historical integrity, with its German heritage still influencing how and what the regions produces today. With over 150 cellar door and wineries operating within the region, there is seven generations worth of knowledge being used to produce outstanding Barossa Valley food and wine today.
Whilst the food and wine is certainly a drawcard for the region, the spectacular scenery in the Barossa should also be considered. From rolling hills, framed by row upon row of thriving vineyards, to picturesque villages marked by sturdy stone churches, these are the quintessential sights to be found in the Barossa Valley.
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Book before 31 March 2022 and receive a special rate for 4 nights at Finniss River Lodge and 2 nights at Adina Apartment Hotel Darwin Waterfront with selected touring.