South Australia is renowned for its wine regions, festivals, opals, breathtaking caves and vast desert landscapes. The Coonawarra Wine Region plus the World Heritage-listed Naracoorte Caves National Park’s limestone caves and an amazing Bat Cave where mass migrations of bats cloud the sky.
Fleurieu Peninsula offers top-class beaches, skydiving, the Wine Region of McLaren Vale, diving at Yankalilla Bay, sea lions at Seal Bay and Kangaroo Island, a haven for kangaroos, wallabies, bandicoots, possums, koalas, platypus and echidnas, plus more than 240 species of birds. The Barossa and Clare Valley Wine Regions are a short drive from Adelaide, the majestic peaks of Flinders Ranges National Park.
Adelaide, Australia’s festival capital, is a vibrant cosmopolitan city nestled between sea and hills. It is a graceful city of wide streets, elegant buildings, and parkland; it is known for its cultural activities, good food, and wine. The South Australian Museum houses the world’s largest exhibition of Australian Aboriginal culture.
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