South Australia – Things to do

South Australia Attractions

Barossa Valley south australia

Barossa Food and Wine Experience

The Barossa is South Australia’s most famous wine region, and with over 150 wineries and cellar doors in the area, you’ll be spoilt for choice. Enjoy a leisurely feast of wood fired breads and local hams against a backdrop of verdant rolling hills, or take a fully guided group tour. Sample Riesling, Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon – all produced in the region – before sitting down for a luxurious two course lunch at Lambert Estate. Stay to breathe in the awe-inspiring views over the valley from Mengler Hill.

Kangaroo Island

No nature lover’s travels around South Australia would be complete without a trip to Kangaroo Island. Pack a picnic and set out to encounter wild wombats, kangaroos and koalas. Wander barefoot on the sandy shores and keep an eye out for seals basking in the sun. Divers, fishermen and surfers will all feel at home in this island haven. You can’t miss the island’s signature geological rock formations, including Admiral’s Arch and the granite Remarkable Rocks, which have been shaped by wind and water over millions of years.


City Life in Adelaide

The state capital of South Australia, Adelaide, is a sophisticated city offering a wealth of charming cosmopolitan experiences. History and culture can be found on tree-lined North Terrace, where you can explore Aboriginal cultural artefacts at the South Australian Museum – and Indigenous Australian and colonial art at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Rundle Street is home to stylish clothes shops, while the Central Market is the animated heart of the city’s bustling foody scene.