Adelaide: The city of open spaces
Set between some of Australia's richest wine growing regions and the sea, Adelaide is renowned for its historic buildings, superb gardens, high quality dining experiences and fun food festivals. Stroll along wide boulevards seeking art galleries and boutiques showcasing high-end fashion. Drop into the National Wine Centre of Australia for a taste of what's in store at some of Australia's best wine regions, which are less than an hour away.
Hop off to Kangaroo Island
Dramatic soaring cliffs pounded by the wild Southern Ocean and pristine, secluded beaches with white sandy dunes are just a few of the natural wonders found on this amazing island. Swim with dolphins and watch little penguins and sea lions waddle up the beach. Indulge in freshwater crayfish, pure honey, organic dairy products and superb organic wines to your heart's content.
The timeless landscape of the Flinders Ranges
Ancient magnificent mountains glowing red in the sunset. The beauty of the giant, natural amphitheatre at Wilpena Pound. Yellow-footed rock wallabies peeking out from narrow gorges. A rich indigenous culture; walks with eternal desert vistas and an endless bright night sky above. These are some of the many reasons to put the Flinders Ranges on your list of must-do experiences.
A region of contrasts in the Eyre Peninsula
With spectacular cliffs, long, white, sandy beaches and brilliant blue water, you will be overwhelmed by the contrasts of the Eyre Peninsula. Travel through farming plains, vineyards, untamed wilderness and national parks. Experienced surfers head to the deserted surf beaches. Outdoor adventurers visit for big game fishing and shark cage diving. Food lovers won't want to miss Australia's 'seafood frontier'.