South Australia

Thargomindah to Innamincka

If you’re looking for a road trip to start the year off with a bang, the road between Thargomindah and Innamincka is filled with memorable surprises. Start your adventure in Eulo, famous for its lizard-racing world championships. The recently developed Lizard Lounge is a fantastic place for a picnic while you take in the sights, … Continued

The unforgettable Eyre Peninsula

Without doubt, the best way to discover the Eyre Peninsula is to drive it, and enjoy the caravanning and camping lifestyle at its best! This special place in South Australia boasts some of the most stunning coastal landscapes you’ll ever see, and is often called ‘the seafood capital of Australia’. Port Augusta Heading west from … Continued

Coastal South Australia – choose your own adventure

Follow the seafood trail:  If you’re hoping to turn your next holiday into a feasting extravaganza, then follow the food trail to awaken your tastebuds like never before. In the north-east corner of the Eyre Peninsula – a region world-famous for its seafood – is Whyalla, where catching your own banquet is an option every … Continued

Discover history along the Adventure Way

Stretching all the way from Brisbane in Queensland to Innamincka in South Australia, the Adventure Way is an iconic Australian trade route famously used by Cobb & Co during the 19h century to transport mail, cargo and thousands of emigrants eager for success on the goldfields. Roads were bumpy and unsealed, making any journey by … Continued

3 of nature’s best attractions on the Limestone Coast

   Naracoorte Caves Not far from Mount Gambier, nature astounds at the famous Naracoorte Caves, South Australia’s only World Heritage–Listed site, which doubles as the Wonambi Fossil Centre. Stretch your optics back more than 200,000 years to a time when the caves were home to many species of now-extinct animals including Australian megafauna – giant … Continued

Let nature surprise you on the Limestone Coast

South Australia’s Limestone Coast is a region internationally renowned for its diverse natural wonders and dramatic contrasts. Perhaps it is unsurprising, then, that it is also known as the ‘Shipwreck Coast of Australia’, for the cliffs, reefs, islands and outcrops of rock that make it so beautiful also make it a dangerous place to sail. … Continued

Seaside delights along the Yorke Peninsula

Yorke Peninsula is, much like your favourite pair of socks, warm and welcoming, with plenty of character to make it stand out in the wash! South Australia’s On our tour of the Yorke Peninsula, we start at the very beginning: Wallaroo, one of South Australia’s most popular seaside resorts. Wallaroo North Beach is as fl … Continued

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