The capital city of Adelaide is an interesting mix of culture, food, wine, events and entertainment. Start your day with breakfast and guided tour at the Adelaide Central Markets, stroll through the 50 hectares of the Botanic Gardens onto the Art Gallery that displays a significant collection of art by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Jump on a tram to Glenelg Beach or climb to the top of the famous Adelaide Oval. Indulge in one of the award winning restaurants, boutique or rooftop bars.
World-famous wine regions of the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, McLaren Vale and Adelaide Hills are within easy reach offering a variety of wineries, distilleries plus a delicious mix of fine dining, cafes, local produce stores and food markets. South Australia with 18 wine regions has been officially named a Great Wine Capital of the World.
On Australia's third largest island, known as nature's playground, Kangaroo Island is home to diverse and abundant native wildlife, a rugged coastline, iconic natural rock formations and natural attractions. The extraordinary coastline has ocean carved cliffs, secluded coves and spectacular beaches, the most famous being Seal Bay where you will be greeted by Australian sea lions basking on unspoiled white sand. Discover mouth-watering local produce, seafood and wine whilst taking in breathtaking scenery and a laid-back lifestyle.
A short flight or 5 hour drive north from Adelaide find one of the oldest landscapes on earth, the Ikara-Flinders Ranges National Park. Driving through this area you would be forgiven for thinking you were navigating the unexplored face of Mars. With rugged mountain scenery, peaceful gorges, a huge array of wildlife and flora, Wilpena Sound is the iconic natural amphitheatre of jaw dropping splendour, the centre piece of this National Park.