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South Australia promises to keep you curious with its pristine and deserted coastlines along naturally beautiful peninsulas, shimmering sinkholes and ancient peaks that promise to take your breath away. Become immersed in the centuries-old vineyards that are surrounded by sprawling green pastures and experience some of the best-tasting wines the state has to offer. But before you go, taking a ferry across to the gorgeous islands will satisfy your desire to explore with their diverse landscapes and natural wildlife.  
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South Australia

Why visit South Australia

Known as the Festival State, South Australia brings it all and more. Discover hot springs that bubble in the silent depths of the outback, rolling green hills full of historical buildings and landmarks as well as award-winning vineyards. Home to the Opal Capital, Coober Pedy is responsible for producing 70% of the world's opal supply and is unique for it's dugouts; homes and establishments buried underground to escape the heat. Explore Adelaide, located on the Fleurieu Peninsula, where you will find a boutique capital bursting with culture and bars, music and art.

When to visit South Australia

During the summer months (December-February), people flock to the coastal towns and enjoy the warm weather at the beaches. The northern parts of the state experience hotter conditions during these months because much of the landscape is arid desert, which becomes cold during the night. The autumn months (March-May) are also a great time to visit with temperate weather that stays in the low to mid ranges.

Getting around South Australia

The Adelaide airport has both domestic and international terminals that are only minutes away from the city centre. To reach any of the regional airports, you can catch a flight on the Regional Express or QantasLink service. The Adelaide Metro offers buses, trains and trams to keep you connected around town (try a MetroCARD to save on fares) and even offer bus services that can take you to regional parts of the state. The SeaLink ferry service is your ticket to take you and your car to Kangaroo Island or if you're headed west, the Spencer Gulf Searoad ferry connects the Yorke Peninsula to the Eyre Peninsula.

Things to do in South Australia

With so much to see, do and experience in South Australia, we've decided to whittle it down to the best the state has to offer. Kangaroo Island is the third largest island in Australia and has a diverse wilderness that will see you surfing down sand dunes, scuba diving in clear waters and visiting Seal Bay. Around an hour's drive from Adelaide is where you will find the Barossa Valley, one of Australia's oldest grape-growing regions and where you can attend a tasting tour of some award-winning wineries. If it's scenery you are after, then there is nowhere like the Flinders Ranges that is abundant with natural wildlife, mountain hikes, and historic Aboriginal cave art.

Where to eat and drink in South Australia

Seeing as South Australia is the Great Wine Capital of Australia, it's only right that we start with places like McLaren Vale and the Clare and Barossa Valleys. Here you can pull up a stool and try some award-winning and vintage wines on an authentic cellar tour. Coastal towns such as Port Lincoln offer some amazing seafood that can be enjoyed on the edges of the water and in Adelaide, you will find hundreds of authentic and multicultural restaurants, cafes, and bars along Rundle Street East and beyond.

Where to stay in South Australia

You are welcome at all the hotels offered by Accor which can be found in all the major regions of South Australia:

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