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South Australia Travel Tips & Suggestions

When you're in Adelaide, do visit the Adelaide Hills -- really nice scenery and free wine tasting.
Kangaroo island is located in southern Australia and it is the third largest island in the country. It is an amazing natural wonder of Australia that is well worth the visit and will get you in touch with Australia’s unique flora, fauna, and the locals that are passionate about preserving it.
I am from Mount Gambier and think it's one of the most beautiful places I've lived. It's humble and a place to relax and take in all the amazing scenery. So close to the sea, the vineyards, and the marvels of the volcanoes.
Sandy Creek Conservation Park is not accessible to the Barossa Valley Wineries if you don't have a car.
The Barossa Valley is home to some of the best-known Australian wine. The valley is located in South Australia, just outside the state's capital, Adelaide. The Barossa Valley consists of hundreds of vineyards, all selling good quality wine, most with cellars that offer complimentary wine and cheese tastings as well as …
Kangaroo Island is purely breathtaking with all of its amazing beaches, wildlife, and geological formations. If you are taking a trip here, make sure that you get a hostel for at least three days to get around the entire island and enjoy it, given that the island is one hundred fifty-five kilometers wide -- larger than …
Situated in the rugged South Australian outback about eight hundred and fifty kilometers north of Adelaide, Coober Pedy is one of Australia’s best-known opal-mining settlements -- a fact that makes it a popular stop-off for adventurous backpackers looking for a hostel while traveling on the Sturt Highway between Darwin …
Adelaide was originally designed to be the capital city of Australia before they decided to change it to Canberra. As such, the city is largely open plan, as they didn't get the influx of population they expected, and with just over a million people, this gives the city a calm, relaxed, and spacious feel. It has all …
Although Port Lincoln is a little bit off the well-beaten backpacker trail, it's well worth the detour to get a hostel here for a night or two. The largest town on the Eyre Peninsula, it has a population of around fourteen thousand people, and is a bustling regional centre famous for its rich aquatic life, large tuna- …