Explore South Australia

South Australia is the driest of the states, nonetheless produces vintages which please the most discerning palates in the country. Two thirds of the state is almost uninhabited semi - dessert; yet is populated coastal belt is, in Australian terms, a cultural oasis.Information Accommodation, Tours and Car Hire available on this site

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South Australia is the driest of the states, nonetheless produces vintageswhich please the most discerning palates in the country. Two thirds of the state is almost uninhabited semi - dessert; yet is populated coastal belt is, in Australian terms, a cultural oasis.

Fifty kilometres north - east of Adelaide strech the vineyards, orchards and olive groves of the Barossa Valley. This fertile pocket of land contains more than 30 wineries and almost half Australia's vineyards.

Although South Australia is bordered by all other mainland states, it lacks their collective visual variety. Beyond the fertile and senic coastal belt, most of the state is arid and desolate, dotted with isolated outback townships and mining settlements. Despite harsh conditions, however, the outback contains sites of remarkable beauty, particulary in the ancient razor - backed ridges of the Flinders Ranges.

South Australian Regions - Information and Accommodation

Adelaide

Adelaide Hills

Barossa

Fleurieu Peninsula

Limestone Coast

Riverland

Eyre Peninsula

Clare Valley

Kangaroo Island

Flinders Ranges

Activities And Things To Do In South Australia

Kangaroo Island Tour

Victor Harbour & Mclaren Vale Tour

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