South Australia Travel Guide
Spanning from central Australia to the Southern Ocean and the Great Australian Bight, South Australia is a massive state with diverse geological features. When you explore the raw wilderness of South Australia, you will encounter mountains, scrublands, and pristine waterways.
The Barossa Valley is South Australia’s prime wine region producing nearly a quarter of the wine that is purchased in Australia. Visit Lake Eyre for a rugged adventure across a vast landscape that is mostly flat and empty due to the dry conditions. When flooding occurs every eight years, this arid landscape transforms into a lush area of green grass and painted wildflowers.
Murray River National Park offers over 13,000 hectares of lush wetlands, temperate forests, and flood plains. If you enjoy animals and stunning views, visit Kangaroo Island for its marsupials, caverns, beaches, and sheltered coves. Flinders Range is one of the best destinations in South Australia for skilled bushwalkers. This is a geologically diverse mountain range with steep paths and panoramic views of the surrounding areas.