Adelaide and South Australia
In South Australia, you'll discover pink lakes, underground gardens, house boating experiences, wildlife safaris, hot springs, the incredible limestone coast which is home to some of South Australia’s most spectacular natural wonders; gosh you can even swim with Cuttlefish.
Adelaide, the cosmopolitan seaside capital has developed a reputation as a culinary hotspot. Even the most passionate foodies will be impressed by the sights, flavours, and aromas of the vibrant inner-city Central Market. The warm weather is perfect for outdoor dining on one of the crowded "eat streets" of the city.
While you are spoiled for choice in this region of Australia with vineyards and wineries in every way, sample some of the famous Shiraz in the Barossa Valley. The culturally minded will find a plethora of museums, galleries, and festivals, and sun worshippers may take advantage of the city's magnificent beaches all year long thanks to the Mediterranean-like climate.
You’ll also find reputable museums like the Art Gallery of South Australia, which features extensive collections that include notable Indigenous art, and the South Australian Museum, which is focused on natural history.