As a friendly area full of food, wildlife and natural wonders, South Australia has made a name for itself. Adelaide’s capital is home to a chic art and dining scene, and the ‘City of the Festival’ knows how to celebrate, with a calendar full of activities. In addition to the capital, ondulating wine regions produce classic Australian fall, migrating whales glide along the rugged coastline, and koalas snooze among the treetops on wind-swept island.
Top things to do in South Australia
- Treat yourself to beautiful Barossa Valley, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills wines
- Attend Adelaide festival
- Discover the amazing nature of Kangaroo Island, plentiful wildlife and delicious food , wine and gin
South Australia is a stunning medley of lush green vineyards, spectacular coastline, rugged mountain ranges and delicious local produce. Start in Adelaide – walking to laneway bars and strolling through fresh food markets – before discovering the other beautiful destinations in the state. Taste surprising fresh oysters on the Eyre Peninsula, marvel at a landscape over 600 million years old in the Flinders Ranges and unearth secret attractions in the underground town of Coober Pedy in Australia.
When it’s time to relax, head to one of several spectacular wine regions, including the lesser-known Clare Valley and Coonawarra vineyards, and let migratory whales hypnotise you as they gently swim along the Nullarbor coastline. South Australia is bursting with experiences of adventure-all you need to do is pick one.
Adelaide is the most open platform for exploring the diverse regions of southern Australia. You will travel from several international destinations to Adelaide, as well as from many of Australia’s capital cities. If you’re coming from Melbourne, don’t miss the opportunity to traverse one of the most popular road trips in Australia – the Great Ocean Route.
(Article by www.australia.com)