South Australia has it all
South Australia offers a varied range of landscapes, activities and experiences for all visitors. From its bustling capital city of Adelaide to its mountain villages, stunning beaches, fertile valleys, thriving wine industry, vast open spaces and remote outback communities, South Australia has it all. Explore its 12 tourism regions and plan your next adventure in South Australia today.
The state capital of Adelaide is a modern and bustling city, wedged between sandy beaches and the picturesque Mount Lofty Ranges.
2. Adelaide Hills
Just to the east of Adelaide are the Mount Lofty Ranges, offering spectacular scenery, magnificent gardens, fresh farm produce and charming villages.
3. Barossa Valley
Australia's most famous wine region is home to hundreds of grape growers, excellent local food and a rich history.
4. Clare Valley
This rural region north of Adelaide features many heritage towns and wineries, all set within magnificent scenery of woodlands, grasslands and valleys.
5. Eyre Peninsula
A region of contrast with 2,000 kilometres of rugged coastline, pristine beaches, endless wheat fields and the desert landscape of the Nullarbor Plain.
6. Fleurieu Peninsula
Just south of Adelaide, this holiday peninsula features sheltered beaches, conservation parks and acclaimed local wine and farm produce.
8. Kangaroo Island
Australia's third largest island with a rich collection of animals and flora, popular with nature lovers, campers and those that simply love the great outdoors.
9. Limestone Coast
Spanning the state's far eastern coast, the region is noted for its premium wineries, volcanic structures, caves, beaches and lakes.
10. Murray River, Lakes & Coorong
The Murray's lower reaches feature wetlands, lagoons and towering cliffs, while the neighbouring vast plains of the Mallee country are steeped in agricultural history.
A major drawcard for houseboats, the upper reaches of the Murray River flows through richly irrigated farmland producing grapes, citrus, stone fruit and nuts.
12. Yorke Peninsula
The boot shaped peninsula consists of prime agricultural land, secluded beaches, charming coastal villages, national parks and historic mining towns.
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