South Australia

Three things to do in the Gawler Ranges

Looking for a perfect weekend away? Uncover all sorts of natural secrets in South Australia’s Gawler Ranges – from ancient rock formations and rugged landscapes, to salt lakes and unique outback wildlife. Stargaze under outback skies Stare up at the sky and you’ll be treated to viewings of the Milky Way, Saturn, Jupiter and the … Continued

Outback exploring on the Explorers Way

Stunning starry night skies, untouched landscapes, regions rich in history and epic outdoorsy adventures await in the South Australian outback. Discover the beating heart of the South Australian outback on the Explorers Way, an iconic road trip that will see you snake up from Adelaide’s thriving arts scene, through the luscious wine country of the … Continued

Ocean views at Sea Vu

In partnership with Sea Vu Caravan Park. Sea Vu is the only park in Robe with direct beach access.  Select from ocean-view camp sites and ocean-view cabins, all just a short walk through a laneway to the town centre. Sea Vu offers more than 100 grassed camp sites, with boat and trailer parking, as well as sullage dump … Continued

Tunnel back in time

In partnership with Wadlata Outback Centre. Take a journey through Wadlata’s Tunnel of Time, and experience the Flinders Ranges and the outback like never before. The interactive, interpretative displays will take you back to when dinosaurs roamed the land. Understand the geology and learn what this land means to the Aboriginal people. Experience the hardships … Continued

Visit the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden

In partnership with the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden. Located on the shores of the Upper Spencer Gulf, with spectacular views to the ancient Flinders Ranges, you will find the Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden. The garden showcases a diverse collection of arid zone habitat plants in a picturesque setting over 250 hectares. The Visitor … Continued

Arkaroola is waiting for you

In partnership with Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary. A privately owned 610-square-kilometre conservation reserve located in the spectacular northern Flinders Ranges, Arkaroola is a multi-award-winning property with Advanced Ecotourism accreditation. It is justifiably South Australia’s premier ecotourism destination. Arkaroola has three types of motel accommodation options, ranging from budget-friendly rooms to those that are more comfortable and … Continued

Stay at the Opal Inn and Desert Cave in Coober Pedy

In partnership with the Opal Inn and Desert Cave, Coober Pedy. Coober Pedy, in the heart of outback South Australia, is the opal capital of the world and exerts an overwhelming fascination for those who seek the world’s most colourful gemstone. Coober Pedy is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Desert Cave is known as quiet, cool, dark … Continued

Authentic heritage railway operating in South Australia’s Flinders Ranges

In partnership with Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society. Pichi Richi Railway Preservation Society, based in Quorn and nestled in the Flinders Ranges, was established in 1973 by a group of enthusiasts who appreciated the historic significance of the dry-stone walls and heritage bridges built in the late 1870s. This part of Port Augusta and Government … Continued

Sink into the Limestone Coast

If exploring prehistoric caves is your jam, then buckle up for an adventure as you explore the Limestone Coast’s most eye‑popping sinkholes. Along South Australia’s Limestone Coast is a collection of hidden wonders formed by the lava that erupted from volcanoes thousands of years ago: hundreds of sinkholes and caves. Hells Hole A bird’s-eye view … Continued

Soak up spring in South Australia

Shake off the winter blues with our top spring experiences in South Australia. There’s no better time of year to get out and explore all that nature has to offer than in spring. Drive along idyllic streetscapes painted pastel by springtime blooms, picnic in gorgeous gardens and explore the great outdoors – all without leaving … Continued

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