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South Australia (SA) is a southern central region of Australia, known for its festivals and fine wine. Enjoying a warm Mediterranean climate, South Australia's state capital is Adelaide.

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  • Adelaide

    Adelaide is easy to get around. The city rises from the middle of a tree-covered plain, between rolling hills to the east and beaches to the west. With a population of slightly more than one million, Adelaide is the “20 minute city”. The airport is only seven kilometres from Adelaide city....

  • Adelaide Airport

    The Adelaide Airport is approximately eight kilometres west of Adelaide's city centre. It has international and domestic terminals, serviced by Qantas, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand, Pacific Blue, Virgin Blue, Jetstar, Cobham, Regional Express (REX), Alliance, Sharp Airlines, Air South, QantasLink and several charter services. Baggage carriers...

  • Adelaide and Adelaide Plains wine region

    Adelaide has vineyards and cellar doors right in the heart of the city. Is it any wonder that we love wine as much as we do? A great place to start is the National Wine Centre of Australia. It’s on North Terrace in Adelaide and has grape vines growing around it....

  • Adelaide Coast

    Adelaide's beaches stretch from North Haven to Sellicks Beach in the south. Most beaches are less than 30 minutes from the city. Adelaide's warm climate means you can enjoy them practically all year round. Catch the tram from the city to historic Glenelg, our major tourist beach. It's just 12 kilometres...

  • Adelaide Hills

    Escape from life’s fast lane and make the Adelaide Hills your next holiday getaway. Barely 30 minutes from Adelaide’s city centre and 45 minutes from the airport, experience a change of pace in the Adelaide Hills. It stretches from the Barossa Valley in the north, to Kuitpo Forest in...

  • Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre

    The Adelaide Hills Visitor Information Centre is situated in the Main Street of Hahndorf, one of South Australia's highest visited towns. We are a fully Accredited Visitor Information Centre and carry a full range of regional guides, local town brochures and operator brochures that include accommodation, attractions and wineries. Our friendly staff...

  • Adelaide Hills wine region

    Discover the Adelaide Hills. There are more than 40 cellar doors, hidden amongst vineyards and fruit orchards. The cool climate and good rainfall makes it perfect for producing Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc. Relax by the open fireplace or outside on the deck at Petaluma’s Bridgewater Mill. See the...

  • Adelaide Plains and surrounds

    Balaklava Balaklava is home of the Balaklava Cup, held around August/September each year. It’s the largest of South Australia’s country race meetings. Play an 18 hole championship golf course. There are folk museums and art galleries nearby. Port Wakefield The town is located neatly between the Clare Valley and Yorke Peninsula. Enjoy great...

  • Adelaide Visitor Information Centre

    The Adelaide Visitor Information Centre is located in James Place just off Rundle Mall in the heart of Adelaide's shopping precinct offering assistance to local, interstate and overseas visitors. The centre is staffed by Visitor Information Service volunteers who can assist with directions, brochures, maps, event information and holiday suggestions that...

  • Adventure Tours Australia

    Adventure Tours Australia was established in 1993 and has since established a reputation for excellence, innovation and reliability that has positioned itself as one of Australia’s leading tour and transport operators. Adventure Tours Australia will give you a real Australian experience and take you to the places of your imagination and...

  • Aldgate

    Aldgate abounds with good eateries, but more than that, it offers the visitor an array of crafts and fine arts that is hard to beat. Aldgate has much to offer the tourist or day-tripper looking for something different in a day out in the Adelaide Hills. The main attraction in Aldgate...

  • Aldinga

    Aldinga is a seaside town near fabulous Aldinga Beach. Aldinga Beach itself is one of the few in Australia where cars are permitted to drive on parts of the broad sand, making it easier for you to reach the water and surf. This is also a great spot for scuba diving...

  • American River

    American River is a small town tucked into native bushland overlooking Eastern Cove and Pelican Lagoon. Its natural surroundings, lack of crowds or hustle and bustle make it a haven for wildlife and birdwatching. At night the town comes alive with nocturnal animals such as wallabies and possums. The town and...

  • Andamooka

    Andamooka is a unique town of miner's homes and semi-dugouts nestled on a honeycomb of underground diggings, in a field famous for the quality of its gemstones. Andamooka is 600 kilometres north of Adelaide and visitors today will discover that underneath its rugged exterior, like the rough opal itself, there is...

  • Angaston

    There's a real buzz in the Angaston main street - cafés, cheese makers, wine bars, cellar doors, smart little antique and retail shops and traditional shops. Blond Coffee is a Mecca for the locals that visitors should not miss: a modern coffee shop that offers fresh light lunches, great coffee,...

  • Ardrossan

    An easy 90 minute drive from Adelaide on the east coast of Yorke Peninsula, Ardrossan sits on top of imposing red cliffs providing excellent views of Gulf St Vincent. Wander down the jetty at sunrise to see the cliffs' amazing display of colour in the morning light. If you love Blue...

  • Arkaroola

    Located 600 kilometres north of Adelaide and 130 kilometres east of Leigh Creek, and in the ruggedly spectacular northern Flinders Ranges, this 610 square kilometre multi award-winning Wilderness Sanctuary, operated by the Sprigg family, contains some of Australia's most spectacular mountain views and offers numerous Advanced Ecotourism accredited guided tours. Arkaroola...

  • Arno Bay

    During the summer season, holidaymakers flock to Arno Bay on Eyre Peninsula to enjoy the mild climate, the boating and angling and the peaceful, relaxing atmosphere. The scenic shoreline stretching away from Arno Bay is formed by a series of lovely beaches surrounded by unique cliff formations. One of these areas,...

  • Ashton

    Ashton is a small village in the Adelaide Hills, central to the wonderful attractions of this picturesque region. Make it your base for a romantic holiday or relaxing retreat. It's only a short drive to renowned restaurants and eateries including the Bridgewater Mill at Bridgewater, Mt Lofty House at Crafers and...

  • Auburn

    Auburn is one of the oldest settlements in the Clare Valley, so it's a great place to explore the history of this famous wine region. The National Trust cares for a number of beautiful buildings, including the old Police Station (1859), the Mechanics Institute (1859), St John’s Anglican Church (1862),...

  • Auburn and surrounds

    Auburn Auburn’s magnificent bluestone buildings line the quiet streets, many of them listed on the National Trust and State Heritage Registers, and not a few offering excellent Bed and Breakfast accommodation. Auburn is also the southern start (or end!) of the Riesling Trail which runs 25 kilometres to Clare, through picturesque...

  • Augusta

    Past tall Karri tree giants and long sandy beaches, Augusta is as far south-west as you can go in Australia. Right on the tip of rugged Cape Leeuwin, you can head up to the top of the historic lighthouse (the largest of its kind on mainland Australia) or cast your...

  • Augusta Visitor Centre

    The Augusta Visitor Centre is the southern flagship of the Augusta Margaret River Tourism Association and winner of the 2008 Australian Tourism Award for Visitor Information and Services. Located in one of the world’s most exciting tourism destinations the visitor centre provides an extensive information and booking service for accommodation,...

  • Baird Bay

    A spectacular and peaceful part of the South Australian coastline, Baird Bay is teeming with marine life and offers you the opportunity to swim with sea-lions and dolphins on organised tours. It's an unforgettable experience. This protected bay is fast becoming a 'must do' holiday experience for travellers. There are safe...

  • Balaklava

    Only an hour north of Adelaide and 25 kilometres west of Port Wakefield, Balaklava is famous for its race course and is home to the over 100 year old Balaklava Cup held every August or September which is the largest country race in South Australia. Balaklava is one of the main...

  • Balhannah

    Balhannah is a pleasant Adelaide Hills village, popular for its roadside stalls, such as the Olde Apple Shed. Balhannah boasts a renowned chocolate shop for pure indulgence. If wine tasting is your thing, be sure to visit Nepenthe Wines and Shaw and Smith, just out of town. The Balhannah Hotel is...

  • Barmera

    Barmera, with its ideal location on the shores of Lake Bonney, is one of South Australia's most popular aquatic playgrounds. Throughout the year the town comes alive for many festivals and events. The Barmera Main Street Markets held once a month from February to April and October to December are no...

  • Barmera and surrounds

    Barmera, with its ideal location on the shores of Lake Bonney, is one of South Australia's most popular aquatic playgrounds. Throughout the year the town comes alive for many festivals and events. The Barmera Main Street Markets held once a month from February to April and October to December...

  • Barmera Visitor Information Centre

    The Barmera Visitor Information Centre is situated at the top end of Barwell Avenue which is Barmera's main street. The centre offers a range of information on the Barmera and Riverland region in a comfortable setting with undercover seating outside and a waiting area inside. You can also sit and relax...

  • Barossa

    Australia’s wine capital features more than 80 cellar doors, less than two hours' drive from Adelaide. Immerse yourself in a place where luxury retreats offer award-winning wines, world-class cuisine and panoramic views. The Barossa is a great romantic escape. The hills and valleys have inspired many local artists, so take some time,...

  • Barossa Valley wine region

    Barossa Valley visitors beware, the choice of wine is overwhelming. Seppeltsfield Road has 16 wineries, including Maggie Beer's Pheasant Farm Wines, which makes it a good place to start. A small, distinguished group including Rockford, St. Hallett, Charles Melton and Grant Burge, live on Krondorf Road. 'Liquid sunshine' is another name for fortified...

  • Barossa Visitor Centre

    The recently refurbished Barossa Visitor Centre is co-located with the library in Tanunda and can assist visitors with regional maps, guides, books and information on the Barossa. In addition to this, the centre also offers free Wi-Fi internet access and internet stations, accommodation, attraction and tour reservation services, Butcher, Baker, Winemaker...

  • Beachport

    Beachport is an isthmus with the sea on two sides and Lake George beside it. Sandy beaches stretch around Rivoli Bay offering great surf and safe swimming, while Bowman Scenic Drive allows visitors to explore the coastal dunes offering spectacular views of the rugged coast of the Southern Ocean. The Beachport...

  • Beachport Visitor Information Centre

    Beachport information centre is open seven days a week, providing local information on Beachport with a range of brochures and maps on the limestone coast. For your accommodation needs while staying in Beachport, call us and we can mail, fax or email you an accommodation guide on Beachport. Internet access is...

  • Beltana

    The once thriving settlement of Beltana is now little more than a picturesque ghost town. Today there is the Beltana heritage township 13 kilometres east of the main route between Hawker and Leigh Creek. However it is well worth the detour. It was here that John Flynn worked as a clergyman...

  • Berri

    Berri is the commercial hub of the Riverland, set amongst a sea of vineyards. It's a popular riverside town and is surrounded by host a number of attractions worth visiting. Walk the meandering two kilometre riverfront from Berri to the popular recreational and camping reserve at Martins Bend. Stop in at...

  • Berri and surrounds

    Berri is in the heart of the Riverland and located on the Murray River and takes its name from the Aboriginal 'bery bery' which means 'bend in the river'. Local produce outlets with notable names such as Berri Direct are located on the outskirts of the town, including Berri Estates,...

  • Berri Visitor Information Centre

    Located on the Berri riverfront the Berri Visitor Information Centre has everything you need to make your holiday absolutely perfect. Staff and volunteers will let you in on all the secrets in the area and a wide range of brochures will help you plan a holiday anywhere in South Australia....

  • Bethany

    The small village of Bethany is the site of the first German settlement in the Barossa. It is one of the few surviving examples of a ‘hufendorf’, a democratic form of Silesian village layout, where each family had its own long strip of land stretching from the main street in...

  • Birdwood

    Birdwood is an attractive Adelaide Hills village that's home to the popular National Motor Museum. This museum tells the history of motoring in Australia and has an excellent collection of vintage cars - more than 300 in fact. It’s set in a beautiful complex by the River Torrens. The museum hosts...

  • Black Point

    Black Point boasts one of the most gorgeous stretches of coastline anywhere in South Australia. Traditional weekend 'shacks' were the first to find this little piece of heaven and now sit alongside some stunning new beach houses that line the bay. With no roads in between, the only thing between...

  • Blanchetown

    Come to Blanchetown for its uncrowded waterways, sheltered river bends and sandy banks. This is a popular spot for waterskiers and you can also watch the large riverboats that pull into Blanchetown each week. Blanchetown's towering cliffs are famous for the grand views of their changing colours. Attractions include the Brookfield...

  • Blinman

    Blinman sits at the northern edge of the Flinders Ranges National Park and is a good base for exploring this rugged, beautiful region of Australia. Discover Aboriginal carvings, old homestead ruins, walking trails and rock pools. The rusting ruins of the Blinman mine now form an historic reserve, complete with interpretive...

  • Blyth

    The area located on the western side of the Clare Hills, alternates from hilly in the east, to flat in the west. Graziers settled the area in the middle 1800s. The railway helped to develop the town of Blyth and it was once quite a large centre. Now Blyth is a...

  • Booleroo Centre

    With Mount Remarkable as a spectacular backdrop, Booleroo Centre is the hub of a rich agricultural area 17 kilometres east of Melrose. Booleroo Centre is home to South Australia's largest collection of steam and traction engines. Look through more than 150 machines housed at the local museum. Every April, steam enthusiasts...

  • Bordertown

    Situated on the Dukes Highway, Bordertown is the entry point from Victoria for many visitors to the Limestone Coast. Birthplace of former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke and home to Australia's only known colony of white kangaroos Bordertown is ideal as a stopover point or as a touring base for...

  • Bordertown Visitor Information Centre

    The Bordertown Visitor Information Centre in Tolmer Park is an addition to the old police station. Outside, the Old Gaol toilet block is worthy of an often necessary stop. Tolmer Park is a delightful place to take a break and appreciate the district's spectacular red gums and natural beauty. The park...

  • Bridgewater

    Nestled within the Adelaide Hills, Bridgewater provides a pleasant village retreat. Delight in Bridgewater's European gardens and lines of deciduous trees along the creek. Grab the brochure, "Two Walks in Bridgewater", which covers most of the historic buildings in Bridgewater including the Millers Cottage (1860), the Bridgewater Mill, the Bridgewater Inn,...

  • Brighton

    Brighton Beach is a little south of Glenelg. It has an art deco feel, jetty, cafés and restaurants. Recline in the sunshine out the front of the many lovely cafes. Enjoy a hearty breakfast and a walk along the wide, sandy beach. At the beach end of Jetty Road stands a...

  • Burra

    Burra is one of the most beautifully preserved towns in South Australia. This former copper mining town is listed on the National Estate Register and also declared a State Heritage Area. Today you can explore the town using Burra’s Heritage Passport Trail. Armed with a charming little guidebook and your own key...

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