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Coast with the most

Discover the seaside town of Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Ever been on a horse-drawn tram? Take a ride across the causeway and see penguins on Granite Island. Or why not board the SteamRanger train or visit the South Australian Whale Centre? Experience the Murray River on a houseboat and don’t miss Coorong National Park on the way. Try the famous Coonawarra red rock lobsters at Limestone Coast.

In good taste

Immerse yourself in all things gastronomic by signing up for a food tour led by A Taste of South Australia. Meet chefs, winemakers, producers and other food experts as part of the experience. There are various tours to choose from and you can also request for an itinerary tailored to incorporate one of the many colourful festivals South Australia is renowned for.


Flower power

The Adelaide Botanic Garden is one of the 29 parks that make up Adelaide’s famous parklands. Next to it is the Adelaide Zoo (where Wang Wang and Funi live: the southern hemisphere’s only giant pandas!). The Adelaide Botanic Garden is an oasis in the middle of the city: a 16ha space filled with native Australian, exotic and ornamental plants. You can also join a free guided walking tour provided by the Friends of the Botanic Garden. Tours leave from the Schomburgk Pavilion at 10.30am daily.


Deutsch treat

Need a shot of Deutsch culture? Take a day trip to Hahndorf, one of the most famous towns in the Adelaide Hills. It’s actually the oldest surviving settlement in Australia and boasts a strong German heritage. Nearby, Cleland Wildlife Park offers the opportunity to feed kangaroos and hold a koala! Don’t forget to indulge in copious chocolate and wine samples.


Beachy retreat

Other states may hog the beach tag, but Adelaide is no slouch. Catch a tram from Adelaide to Glenelg and get those swimming togs on. Immerse yourself in an al fresco dining experience on Holdfast Marina or Jetty Road. Keep going and dive into the Port Noarlunga reef. Say goodbye to the day by watching a sunset from Port Willunga.