Adelaide is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of South Australia, and is the fifth-largest city in Australia. Adelaide is a coastal city situated on the eastern shores of Gulf St. Vincent, on the Adelaide Plains, north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, between the Gulf St. Vincent and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges.
The Barossa Valley, located 60 km northeast of Adelaide is one of the world’s great wine regions, renowned for its food and wine, cultural experiences and easy-going lifestyle.
The Fleurieu Peninsula is a picturesque peninsula located south of Adelaide in South Australia. Towns of interest in the area include the scenic Victor Harbor, the heritage town of Willunga, Mount Compass, Goolwa, Yankalilla, Rapid Bay and the wine region of McLaren Vale.
Eyre Peninsula is a coastal getaway without the coastal crowds. With over 2,000 kilometres of coastline, you get as much space to yourself as you need.
Kangaroo Island is Australia's third-largest island after Tasmania and Melville Island. It is 112 kilometres southwest of Adelaide at the entrance of Gulf Saint Vincent. A quarter of Kangaroo Island is conserved in National Parks, Conservation Parks, and five Wilderness Protection Areas.
The Limestone Coast has been perfectly sculpted into a natural holiday playground. Towns of the Limestone Coast include Bordertown, Keith, Millicent, Mount Gambier, Penola, and Naracoorte, the coastal resorts of Beachport, Kingston SE and Robe, and the wine-growing regions of Coonawarra, Padthaway, Wrattonbully and Mount Benson.
Yorke, Mid North & Far North
The Murraylands region is the lower part of the Murray River basin, in South-Eastern South Australia. The area stretches from Blanchetown; roughly 130 kilometres north-east of Adelaide, right down to Wellington, which is situated at the beginning of Lake Alexandrina.