South Australia
With a population of 1.7 million people, the vast size of South Australia presents a varied range of landscapes and experiences for visitors. Select a destination from one of the following regions and plan your trip to South Australia today!

Adelaide & Suburbs
Adelaide and Suburbs
Adelaide and Suburbs map
The state capital of Adelaide is a modern and bustling city, wedged between sandy beaches and the picturesque Mount Lofty Ranges. The city centre is laid out as a grid of wide boulevards entirely surrounded by parkland.

Adelaide Hills
Adelaide Hills
Adelaide Hills map
A 20 minute drive from the centre of Adelaide are the Mount Lofty Ranges, offering spectacular scenery, magnificent gardens, fresh farm produce and charming villages.

Barossa Valley
Barossa Valley
Barossa Valley map
Situated just north-east of Adelaide, Australia's most famous wine region is home to over 500 grape growers, excellent local food and a rich history thanks to early English and German settlers who transformed the region into what it is today.

Clare Valley
Clare Valley
Clare Valley map
This rural region north of Adelaide features many heritage towns, several wineries and a full calendar of local festivals, all set within magnificent scenery of woodlands, grasslands and valleys.

Eyre Peninsula
Eyre Peninsula
Eyre Peninsula map
A region of contrast with 2000 kilometres of rugged coastline with pristine beaches, endless wheat fields and the desert landscape of the Nullarbor Plain, extending all the way to the state border with Western Australia.

Fleurieu Peninsula
Fleurieu Peninsula
Fleurieu Peninsula map
Easily accessible from Adelaide, this region south of the city is characterised by beautiful coastlines, sheltered beaches, inland waterways, conservation parks and acclaimed local wine and farm produce.

Flinders Ranges & Outback
Flinders Ranges and Outback
Flinders Ranges and Outback map
A vast wilderness covering the northern two-thirds of state, it consists of the ancient mountains of the Flinders Ranges, deep gorges, salt lakes, desert sands and old outback mining towns.

Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island
Kangaroo Island map
Australia's third largest island with a rich collection of animals and flora and popular with those interested in fishing, water sports and camping.

Limestone Coast
Limestone Coast
Limestone Coast map
Spanning the state's far eastern coast, the region is noted for its premium wines, volcanic structures, caves, beaches and lakes.

Murraylands
Murraylands
Murraylands map
The lower reaches of the Murray River offer spectacular scenery with towering sandstone cliffs and magnificent river redgums, while the neighbouring Mallee country with its vast plains are steeped in agricultural history.
 

Riverland
Riverland
Riverland map
The upper reaches of the Murray River flow through irrigated farmland producing grapes, citrus, stone fruit and nuts. Navigating the river in a houseboat is a popular and relaxing pastime.

Yorke Peninsula
Yorke Peninsula
Yorke Peninsula map
The boot-like shaped peninsula is a haven of secluded beaches and historic coastal towns.

Photos of Clare Valley, Kangaroo Island, Eyre Peninsula and Yorke Peninsula are reproduced here according to applicable licence conditions.

Western Highway between Keith and Bordertown
Western Highway between Keith and Bordertown, South Australia

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