South Australia Tourism

South Australia is home to long summers, stunning beaches and award-winning wine, events and festivals.

 

Brand_SouthAust_logoSouth Australia has many contrasts with rugged outback wilderness, scenic mountain ranges, an extensive coastline, offshore islands and a large, meandering river. The more than 3,700 kilometres of varied coastline includes some of Australia’s best beaches, and the Murray River weaves its magic through 650 kilometres of South Australia.

It’s the gateway to the unique national landscapes of the Flinders Ranges and the Outback and the iconic Kangaroo Island. There are also national parks and world heritage listed areas to explore and an outdoor adventure to suit everyone.

South Australia is home to 18 wine regions including the world renowned Barossa Valley, Coonawarra, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale. The wine industry in South Australia benefits from a variety of terrain, character and climate. Few other regions of the world can match our range of warm and cool-ripening conditions.

Find out more about South Australia, take a good look around the South Australia website and explore all the great things this state has to offer.

Download the Visitor Guide Brochure or head over to the website to find more brochures on all the different South Australian regions.