Day 1 Adelaide to Port Pirie to Port Augusta.
Your adventure begins in Adelaide (Tandanya in the language of The Kaurna people, who are the traditional owners of the land on which Adelaide is now located). Your tour starts at 8:00 am with a group meeting at our start point hotel. Then head out of... Travel Dates: between 24 November 2023 and 30 June 2024
South Australia Outback Adventure, 10 Days
Day 1 Adelaide to Port Pirie to Port Augusta. Your adventure begins in Adelaide (Tandanya in the language of The Kaurna people, who are the traditional owners of the land on which Adelaide is now located). Your tour starts at 8:00 am with a group meeting at our start point hotel. Then head out of...
Travel Dates: between 24 November 2023 and 30 June 2024
South Australia is home to a vibrant and diverse landscape, from the rolling farmlands in the Adelaide Hills, to the 3,800-kilometre stretch of unspoilt coastline, and the rugged Flinders Ranges and Outback. With such contrasting attractions and surrounds waiting to be discovered, it’s lucky there are so many varied touring options available, whether it is driving through the world-class wine region, cage-diving with great white sharks or cruising down the scenic Murray River.
Don’t miss these South Australia attractions
- Adelaide city’s cultural precinct
- Murray River cruises
- Kangaroo Island
- Winery tours
- Naracoorte Caves
Wining and dining
In order to experience South Australia’s celebrated wine region, join a private or small group tour and travel to world-class vineyards across Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and McLaren Vale. Learn about the wine-making process from a knowledgeable guide, explore the beautiful vineyards and sample award-winning wines paired with local delicacies at a range of boutique wineries.
Explore the buzzing Adelaide Central Market brimming with fresh produce delivered straight from the farmers, and join a tour to gain a behind-the-scenes look at how the gourmet market runs. A walking tour of the city will also highlight the must-see attractions, historic architecture and the locations of the city’s many lively festivals.
From the Limestone coast to the Eyre Peninsular, there is so much natural beauty waiting to be discovered. For a bird’s eye view of the Limestone coastline, enjoy a scenic helicopter tour, or stay on dry land for a 4WD tour to the world-famous Blue Lake. Eco-experiences at the Eyre Peninsula can include wildlife encounters with bottlenose dolphins, friendly sea lions and even great white sharks.
A trip to South Australia is not complete without venturing over to Kangaroo Island. Join a guided tour and explore the rolling farmland, sheltered beaches, national parks and coastal landmarks including Admirals Arch and Remarkable Rocks. Specialty tours highlight the native wildlife on the island, from kangaroos, koalas and echidnas, to the endangered Australian sea lions.