About South Australia
South Australia offers something for everyone, and all within easy reach of Adeliade - Australia's finest wine regions, the renowned gastronomy of Adelaide, the stunning natural enviroment of Kangaroo Island, outback adventure in the Flinders Ranges, the magnificent scenery of the Fleuireu and Eyre Peninsulas and the majestic Murray River.
South Australia is home to Australia's most famous wine regions. Barossa Valley is renowned for Shiraz; Clare Valley for its Reisling; McLaren Vale and Coonawarra for their full-bodied reds and the Adelaide Hills for its cooler climate wine experience in each of South Australia's brilliant wine regions.
Home to abundant native wildlife and spectacular natural attractions, Kangaroo Island is widely accliamed as Australia's Galapogos. It is Australia's third largest island covering almost 4,500 square kilometres. The amazing wildlife, flora and stunning scenery of Kangaroo Island provide visitors with unforgettable experiences and treasured memories.
The Flinders Ranges - Australia's accessible outback. Explore the 300 million-year old Flinders Ranges where there are so many desert tracks for four-wheel driving and bushwalking that you can immerse yourself in the rich environment of this great Australian landscape. Spot the Yellow-footed Rock Wallaby in Warren Gorge. Visit the natural amphitheatre of Wilpena Pound, a lost world located inside a giant stone crater. Fossick for opals in the region.