About this guide

About this guide

Travel S.A. is all about promoting your next holiday, visit or journey to South Australia, with a focus on accommodation.

The state is divided into 12 tourism regions based on geography, landscapes, experiences, attractions and features. Explore one or more regions and choose from a range of accommodation that covers all budgets and requirements.

Tourism information

To help plan your visit, view online tourism brochures that cover all the regions of South Australia.

If you require tourism information, printed brochures, maps or travel advice, please contact one of our visitor information centres for personalised assistance.

Accommodation listings

The accommodation properties listed on Travel S.A. include hotels, motels, apartments, holiday houses, resorts, cabins and caravan parks. Most are provided courtesy of Wotif - Australia's first online booking site for accommodation which was established in 2000. With their slogan "it's Aussie for travel", Wotif offers instant confirmation on bookings, a low online price guarantee and 24 hour a day support via their online portal or by phoning 1800 781 219.

Advertising your accommodation

Do you manage a holiday property in South Australia that you would like to see listed on Travel S.A.? It can be listed for free, subject to conditions, if you have an existing listing on Wotif.

For other properties, a $110 annual listing fee applies. Your listing will be linked directly to your online booking system or website so people can book with you directly. Email your property details or any questions you may have to info@travelsa.com.au in order to get started.


  • Distances specified between destinations are based on road travel using highways and sealed roads, avoiding car ferries if possible. This may not necessarily be the shortest or quickest driving route.
  • Distances are calculated from the central or main post office in a city, suburb or town, which may in some cases not be the precise centre of that location.
  • The populations of cities, suburbs and towns are based on the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics census which is from 2016. In the case of towns and cities, it may include surrounding suburbs which form part of the urban area. In the case of Adelaide suburbs, it may include related adjoining suburbs - for example Glenelg South is included in Glenelg. Populations are rounded to the nearest 100.