For relaxation to recreation


    For relaxation to recreation


    For relaxation to recreation


    For relaxation to recreation

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Enjoy a Holiday in South Australia

Relax, unwind and escape in South Australia this weekend. Wineries, golf, sandy beaches and outstanding dining experiences. South Australia offers the perfect balance between adventure and relaxation. Take a break and escape to one of seven beautiful regions in your own backyard.

Adelaide CBD

Crammed with great things to see, taste and do, Adelaide will delight, feed and entertain you. The city centre is surrounded by parklands and is a blend of historic buildings, wide streets, gardens, cafes and restaurants.

Victor Harbor

Since the late 1800s, Victor Harbor has been one of the most popular family holiday destinations in South Australia, and a coastal playground to all. Nothing says Australian holiday more than surf, sand and sun.

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is recognised for its stunning beaches and coastlines. More than one third of the Island is national or conservation park making it a sanctuary for wildlife and protected ecosystems.


The Barossa is home to some of the world’s most esteemed vineyards with a climate perfectly suited to red wine production. The region is also recognised as a food mecca where the produce is strongly influenced by the town’s German heritage.


The Riverland is home to Australia’s longest river, the Murray River, found meandering between majestic cliff fronts, stunning conservation parks and picturesque landscapes.

Clare Valley

The Clare Valley region is made up of several towns with 40+ cellar doors and wineries dotted throughout the area. Sample the world’s best Riesling varieties and discover the local, gourmet produce.

Flinders Ranges & Outback

The Flinders Ranges are approximately 460km north of Adelaide and are an iconic landmark in South Australia. Recognised for its vast desert country, the Flinders ranges are known for its stunning national parks and reserves, home to a significant amount of waterholes, wetlands and Australia’s largest salt lake. The region is renowned for adventure seekers with activities such as mountain biking, hiking, scenic flights and off-road driving.

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Cape du Couedic, Kangaroo Island

Here’s a little history into Kangaroo Island for you! The first Europeans to arrive on Kangaroo Island in 1802 were a group lead by Matthew Flinders looking for water and fresh meat near the present day Penneshaw. On land they hunted kangaroos and hence gave the island the name, Kangaroo Island. A year after this

Monarto Zoo’s Lions 360 Experience is coming!

Are you ready to take your sense of adventure to the next level? This November be one of the first to experience Australia’s only 360 degree lion encounter coming to Monarto Zoo! The Lions 360 Experience gives you a prey’s eye view into the world of these awe-inspiring predators. You’ll walk through a tunnel and

Set Your Own Pace Along The Riverland’s Waterways

As the weather warms up and the days become longer, it’s time to start planning your return to the Riverland. Whether you’re on a houseboat, dinghy or speedboat, there’s nothing better than getting out onto the water. There is 375km of river running through the Riverland, with plenty of opportunities for your favourite water-based activity.

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