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Australia's Aboriginal tribes arrived during the Ice Age 70,000 years ago. First settlement was in Port Jackson (NSW) in 1778.


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Welcome to South Australia

Welcome to South Australia

South Australia is probably best known for its world class wine industry.

Adelaide, the capital of SA is within a day trip of some of South Australia’s most popular attractions like: the Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula and Murraylands regions.

Wine taste, bush walk, see penguins on Granite Island, there is so much to do. Have a houseboat holiday in the Riverland or spend a few days on magical Kangaroo Island.

The Yorke Peninsula has fantastic coastline for fishing, surfing and just relaxing. Further west, the Eyre Peninsula has whale watching, snapper fishing, oyster farming and a fascinating aquaculture industry.

Outback SA has the rugged mountains and gorges of the Flinders Ranges and unusual towns like Coober Pedy, world famous for its opals.

The Limestone Coast in SA’s south east has beautiful fresh seafood (including crayfish), caves, sinkholes and the mysterious Blue Lake near Mount Gambier. The Coonawarra, famous for its red wines is known as Australia ’s other ‘Red Centre’.

Visit South Australia – it is sure to surprise!