1. Barossa & Clare Valley Wine Region
Take your tastebuds on a journey in the Barossa and Clare Valley. With over 180 wineries and 110 cellar doors, there’s so much choice. Chat to winemakers and sample their wines at cellar doors. Meet artisan food producers, try their locally made fare and hear about the region they love.
2. Murray River
Sample the waterfront way of life on the mighty Murray River, Australia’s longest. There is no better way to experience the Murray than on an extended river cruise. Travel past magnificent sandstone cliffs, rich wetlands and towering gum trees.
3. Eyre Peninsula
For a blend of wildlife, seafood, coast and outback, head to the Eyre Peninsula. Hand feed tuna, swim with sea lions and dolphins or cage dive with Great White sharks. Further inland, rocky ranges, vast salt lakes and desert plains provide a magical contrast to the coast.
4. Wilpena Pound
Explore the many tracks and trails of the Ikara- Flinders Ranges National Park leading to places such as Wilpena Pound, a magnificent natural amphitheatre rich in native flora and fauna. Head to Yacca Lookout for amazing views of the rugged mountain landscape.
5. Adelaide Hills
An easy 20 minute drive from Adelaide will have you in the Adelaide Hills. Visit Mt Lofty Summit for its panoramic views. Move on to Hahndorf, a historic German village. Stop at local produce markets and cellar doors dotted throughout these picturesque hills.
6. Naracoorte Caves
Explore the wonders below the earth’s surface as you walk among stalagmites and beneath stalactites in these World Heritage Listed caves on the Limestone Coast.
7. Victor Harbor
Enjoy this seaside town on the Fleurieu Peninsula where sand, surf and wildlife encounters await. Travel by horse-drawn tram over the causeway to Granite Island, home to Little penguins. Join a boat tour and see marine animals or observe Southern Right whales (June to October).
8. Kangaroo Island
Get up close and personal with a wide range of Australian native animals in their natural habitat on Kangaroo Island. Sample some of the amazing Kangaroo Island produce – try honey, cheeses, wines, gin, oysters and King George whiting. View the outstanding scenery, from the natural sculptures of Remarkable Rocks to the beautiful natural photo frame that is Admiral’s Arch and the giant sand dune known as Little Sahara. All this is just 112 kilometres south west of Adelaide.
9. Coober Pedy
With over 70 opal fields, Coober Pedy is known as the opal capital of the world. Experience digging for opals, stay in underground accommodation and visit underground museums and churches.
10. Adelaide Central Market
Located in the heart of the city, experience the hustle and bustle of the Adelaide Central Market as you tantalise your tastebuds with a delicious range of fresh, baked and cured produce.