South Australia Tourist Guide

South Australia Accommodation, Things to Do, Attractions and Events

If you wish to explore artistic landscapes, enjoy local festivals, taste delicious seafood and drink exotic wine, you can have all these together at the driest inhabitant continent, South Australia. Almost whole of South Australia is covered with acres of vineyard and hundreds of wineries and cellar doors that offer one of the best quality wines in the World. The major Australian wine production regions include the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Coonawarra, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills.

Travel South Australia

When you travel South Australia you will find several diverse and enticing destinations with their own unique attractions and things to do. Regions, like the Eyre Peninsula, this destination consist of rugged sweeping coastlines, endless pristine beaches, surfing and renown seafood to be found in the coastal towns of the area. Or the Barossa which is one of the worlds great wine regions and renowned for its food and wine, cultural experiences and easy-going lifestyle. You will be surprised when you travel South Australia


Adelaide, South Australia which is ring of parkland that line River Torrens it runs all the way to coastal
The parkland on the River Torrens is where you will find the Art Gallery of South Australia, displaying expansive collections including noted Indigenous art, and the South Australian Museum, devoted to natural history.
Easy to get around and with acclaimed restaurants and the city's Adelaide Festival is an annual international arts gathering with spin-offs including fringe and film events.
At the city's heart is Victoria Square and bustling, 19th-century Central Market, specialising in produce. The Glenelg beach neighbourhood on Holdfast Bay has native dolphin and seal populations, plus cycling trails. Adelaide is also a popular base for exploring Barossa and Clare Valley wine country, the Adelaide Hills, where the Mt. Lofty Summit overlooks the coast, and Kangaroo Island's wildlife and beaches.
There are many attractions, events and things to do in Adelaide.
Tours of Adelaide operate Daily
A Variety of Accommodation types to choose from in Adelaide and its surrounding Suburbs

Seasons and Climate in South Australia

South Australia climate varies across the state, with the weather in the north much drier and warmer than the south. The state's climate is very hot in summer (December to February), mild to warm in autumn (March to May), cool in winter when the state gets the most rain. It gets colder in the Adelaide Hills and the Outback (June to August) and cool and sunny in spring (September to November).

Whats On in South Australia

Whats on in South Australia why not take in Adelaide Festival audiences have delighted in an outstanding mix of internationally acclaimed theatre productions, an eclectic array of world-class musicians, breathtaking dance pieces, renowned writers and striking visual arts displays, enjoyed amid warm March days and starry nights

Places of Attraction of South Australia Tourist Guide