South Australia

South Australia

Travel Guide

A state for the wine-lovers of the world, South Australia flies under the radar sometimes, which just adds to its appeal. The state has great weather (mild winters and max temps of 84.2°F in the summer), stunning landscapes, an unrivalled amount of vineyards, and that laid-back lifestyle that we all crave when we visit Oz. It was even placed in the 'Top regions in the world to visit in 2017' by Lonely Planet. 

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Flights to South Australia

You can either fly into Adelaide Airport (takes around 18 hours on average from LAX, with one stop off), or fly into Melbourne and head off on a road trip along the Great Ocean Road to South Australia. Or, if you're looking for more of the classic Outback experience, why not fly into Darwin and drive down to SA, making a pit-stop at Uluru? So many great options, so many great road trips!
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Day trips in South Australia

An abundance of native free roaming wildlife on Kangaroo Island, the ‘Big 5 of the Ocean’ in the Eyre Peninsula, rugged Outback landscapes and mountain ranges and the best food and wine in Oz; South Australia has a huge amount to offer and it’s all within easy reach from the thriving capital city of Adelaide.
Hike & Seek: Grampians day tour
A sanctuary for nature lovers, the beauty of The Grampians goes beyond the natural rock formations, amazing view points and fascinating bush life. There is so much history to this part of the world, and it’s natural landscape. This tour has been tailored to circulate around discovering and cherishing this unique piece of Australia, with views and sights to be seen that will thrill your inner explorer, and stay with you forever. 
Full day from $152
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Wild Dolphin Swim
Hop onboard a luxury 58-foot sailing catamaran and set sail to meet playful pods of wild dolphins. You'll be astonished by these gracious creatures as they frolic around you. You're guaranteed to see the ocean's friendliest creatures - meaning lots of swimming fun!
Full day from $59
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Mini Adventures in South Australia

Southern Wildlife Adventure
From Adelaide, dive into the well-kept secret of the Eyre Peninsula, teeming with Australia's most outstanding wildlife. Spot koalas at Mikkira Station, head out on the cruise along the lower Spencer Gulf to spot whales, dolphins and if you're lucky, the odd Great White. Finish up among the sea lions of Hopkins Island.
From $357
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Kangaroo Island Adventure
Head to Seal Bay where you’ll get up close with wild sea-lions. Enjoy sandboarding at Little Sahara or a spot of kayaking, then it’s off to Oz’s best beach; Vivonne Bay Lodge where you’ll camp overnight. On day 2, visit Flinders Chase National Park to see the Remarkable Rocks and stunning Admiral’s Arch, where you are able to view playful fur seals.
2 days from $370
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Secrets of the Eyre Peninsula
Check out the rugged side of the Southern Flinders Range before arriving at Eyre Peninsula, a hidden wildlife gem. Head to Coodlie Park, your overnight farmstay, where you'll search for roos, wombats and emus. Next day, swim with sea lions and dolphins and enjoy a surf lesson on the deserted Sceales Bay.
6 days from $748
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Flinders Ranges & Outback Mountain Safari
Leaving Adelaide, enjoy spectacular mountains views before arriving at your campsite at Flinders Ranges. Next morning, rise to the call of the kookaburras and visit the famous Bunyeroo and Brachina Gorges, where you'll see kangaroos, emus and eagles. Enjoy dinner under the stars and hit up Melrose wine country on your last day.
3 days from $555
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