South Australia Travel Tips
South Australia (SA) is ripe for exploration, so select a gear and choose your own pace for adventure. Seekers of wilderness experiences or an adrenaline rush will find a smorgasbord of choices in the rugged hills, wild open spaces and expansive coastline of SA.
Around 22% of SA's land is under some form of official conservation management, including national parks, recreation parks, wildlife reserves, waterways and regional reserves. The largest areas are in the outback.
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Once known as the ‘city of churches’, Adelaide cast off its conservative veneer many years ago. These days it’s a multicultural city that’s deservedly proud of its cultural and arts scene, fabulous ...
South Australia has several iconic winemaking regions, thanks to the state’s hugely influential 19th-century German settlements. Many of these wonderful day trip destinations are under two hours from ...
Written by Viator, April 2013
Day 1: Flinders Chase National Park Flinders Chase National Park on the western end of Kangaroo Island deserves its own day of exploration. Start the day at the Flinders Chase National Park ...
Written by RobC, New Zealand, October 2010
There are no good nightclubs or even vaguely trendy bars here. Too bad, because there isn't much to do at night time, though I didn't find that a problem! This place has the greatest concentration of ...
Written by Brooke, Australia, December 2012
The capital city of South Australia may be less traveled in the greater scheme of Australian tourism, but Adelaide
still offers a great Australian experience to the lucky ones that
decide to ...
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