Overview

The diversity of scenery and experiences on offer in South Australia continues to surprise us. The rolling green hills of the Fleurieu Peninsula and the beaches and trails of Kangaroo Island are a must-do for the active traveller, and pair nicely with some time indulging in the food and wine of the Barossa and Clare Valley. Other destinations we love are the Flinders Ranges and the Murray River, which while having entirely different landscapes, offer up equally impressive walk and wildlife experiences with conservation at their core. Arkaba Homestead is our tip for an outback stay in luxury in the heart of the Flinders.

We hope you’re inspired by our collection of experiences, walks and journeys to travel to South Australia. If we can help plan a personalised journey, please contact us.

Featured image: Deep Creek, Fleurieu Peninsula

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The sunset over the Flinders is something to behold
Elise, about South Australia’s Flinders Ranges

Frequently asked questions

When is the best time to visit South Australia?

Adelaide and the Fleurieu Pensinula, which includes Kangaroo Island and Deep Creek, enjoy a Mediterranean climate similar to Perth. This region experiences mild rainfall with the wettest months in June July and August, but fine winter days are not uncommon here.