South Australia

Jaunt along the Epicurean Way

No trip to South Australia is complete without a trip along the Epicurean Way. This incredible road trip brings together four of the state’s most popular regions: Adelaide Hills, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale and the Barossa Valley. McLaren Vale Leaving the sights and sounds of Adelaide behind, you’ll reach McLaren Vale in less than an … Continued

Five best vineyards in South Australia

South Australia is a great spot for wine. Wine tours are aplenty in the state, and it’s no wonder considering some of the best vineyards in the world, let alone the country, are in South Australia. So, which vineyards should you visit? d’Arenberg, McLaren Vale d’Arenberg has a dedication to ‘being different’ – they would … Continued

A region of riches

Regarded as one of Australia’s ultimate travel destinations, the Flinders Ranges is a 430-kilometre-long stretch of mountain ranges known for its iconic adventures – from off-road driving, biking and hiking through expansive landscapes, to accommodation options that range from station stays to luxury eco villas. The entire area boasts unrivalled panoramas – rolling hills and … Continued

Mosey on down to Adelaide

The drive from Melbourne to Adelaide is less than 750 kilometres and can be done in a day (with breaks, of course!). But with so much to see along the way, why rush it? Here are our top picks for stops as you make your way! Ballarat Ballarat is a historical city only 120 kilometres … Continued

Whale watching in South Australia

Have a whale of a time at these whale-watching spots in South Australia. VICTOR HARBOR Drive south of Adelaide and you’ll find yourself at Victor Harbor, a coastal town that’s a must-visit destination for whale watching. Here, southern right whales can often be seen from the coast as they occasionally enjoy swimming in more shallow … Continued

The Mighty Murray Way

We sometimes associate the Murray River more with the eastern states, forgetting that there are around 650 kilometres of the thing in South Australia. If you’re looking for an up-close view, then the Mighty Murray Way, which follows most of the river’s South Australian segment, is the perfect caravanning escape. After coming in via New … Continued

Autumn in the uncharted state

Some of Australia’s most iconic destinations call South Australia home, but we think it might be time to show a little love to the regions that might not come to mind quite as quickly as the more popular tourist hotspots. The Adelaide Hills Just 45 minutes west of Adelaide, the Adelaide Hills is a region … Continued

Bask in the Barossa

After a quality wine-tasting trip? Well, it looks like it’s time to visit the wine capital of South Australia – the Barossa Valley. Wine is what comes to mind when most people think of the Barossa, and it’s no wonder why with more than 550 grape growers calling the region home. What makes the Barossa … Continued

Wildlife, outback and wine (oh my!)

In the space of only a week, you can experience the best wine, outback and wildlife South Australia has to offer. The WOW tour – wildlife, outback and wine – explores places like Adelaide, Kangaroo Island, Clare Valley and Flinders Ranges. Adelaide is a great place to begin, as it is rich with culture and … Continued

The Seafood Frontier

The Seafood Frontier Touring Route highlights a stand-out section of Australia’s coast, bringing into focus the water-facing communities of the Spencer Gulf, the Eyre Peninsula and the Great Australian Bight. Start at Whyalla on the Spencer Gulf, a steel city with a maritime bent whose history has been tied to mining and shipbuilding. Despite its … Continued

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