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When it comes to food and drink, South Australia truly is the land of legends. Adelaide is a culinary playground with a smorgasbord of cuisines on offer. Steeped in history and drenched in class, wash it all down at booming city bars, regional distilleries, cellar doors and wineries.
Wind your way down leafy lanes, stopping at villages dappled in light. You'll find restaurants serving South Australia’s best produce, while wineries beckon from leafy groves, eager for you to sample one of their cool climate drops. The Adelaide Hills are home to some of South Australia’s best food, wine and scenery; it’s all so easy to access.
From tasting the official best wine in the world, to sipping a local drop that's as old as you or soaring over some of the oldest vines in the world, discover it all in the Barossa. Wander into over 80 cellar doors, tasting some of the most awarded wines in the world and digging into sumptuous local produce. Meet winemakers, chat with passionate staff and mingle with proud locals.
You'll find more than 50 cellar doors between the towns of Auburn and Clare, along a stunning 40km corridor. Five-star wineries are scattered throughout the Clare Valley; its signature wine, Riesling, is among the world’s best. When looking for awarded cellar doors. Cycle the Riesling Trail, on your way pick up a gourmet picnic basket from one of many wineries or stop at a farm gate store and buy direct from the producer.
The views, the quiet, the sense of being at one with nature; all these elements are offered in abundance in Eyre Peninsula. By day hop aboard a shark cage dive or swim and play with sea lions off the coast. Sink your teeth into legendary oysters and freshly-caught seafood at the local fish mongers then wash it down at the region's signature wineries. When the sun goes down, kick back and count the stars; on a clear night, the Eyre Peninsula is one of the best spots to see the Milky Way in all its sparkling glory.
Nestled between long sandy beaches and towering cliffs. It's a paradise for divers and snorkelers, with dramatic shipwrecks and stunning marine life aplenty, including the famed leafy sea dragon. The region is also home to the internationally renowned McLaren Vale - boasting sustainable wine production, world-renowned labels and unparalleled gastronomic experiences.
Flinders Ranges & Outback
Be surrounded by ancient mountain ranges, spectacular gorges, sheltered creeks, towering ancient cliffs and deep craters border dusty red roads. Take an aerial tour of Kati Thanda–Lake Eyre or drive along the Aboriginal Dreaming Trail.
There’s an unmistakable sanctity about Kangaroo Island. With its raw and rugged coastline, impeccably clear waters, natural wonders and wildlife, Kangaroo Island is known as nature’s playground.
In the heart of Mount Gambier discover the aptly-named Blue Lake, the underground oasis, Umpherston Sinkhole. Snorkel or dive the crystal-clear waters of the Kilsby Sinkhole or Piccaninnie Ponds or snuggle up glamping under a blanket full of stars.
Murray River, Lakes & Coorong
Wide channels lined with cliffs, willows and gum trees give way to wetlands and waterways that are perfect for exploring on a cruise, a backwater expedition or four wheel drive touring by land along Australia's greatest waterway the Murray River.
Clock on to river time: a relaxed pace of living where the days stretch before you. The next boat departs whenever you want, lunchtime is whenever you're hungry and checkout is whenever you wake up. Stunning conservation parks, a thriving fruit industry and the beautiful Murray make the Riverland a great place for a family holiday.
One of South Australia’s most accessible seaside escapes; spend your days lounging on sandy-white shores, go fishing, sandboarding or bushwalking, there's so much to see and do along kilometres of pristine coast. Cool off at one of the local breweries before retreating to you chic Hamptons-style accommodation.
EXPLORE THE REGIONS OF SOUTH AUSTRALIA
12 unique regions with world-class, unbeatable gourmet produce, pristine beaches and unique native wildlife.
- Adelaide Hills
- Clare Valley
- Eyre Peninsula
- Fleurieu Peninsula
- Flinders Ranges & Outback
- Kangaroo Island
- Limestone Coast
- Murray River, Lakes & Coorong
- Yorke Peninsula