Adelaide City – Relax and Enjoy

One of the world’s most liveable capital cities, Adelaide is a place to relax, and a place to party. You can stroll to more than 100 restaurants within its square mile, enjoy vibrant arts and sports festivals, and explore elegant shopping malls. Then there’s the world’s largest undercover produce market: Pure heaven for foodies. Find out more…

Adelaide Hills – Land of the Long Lunch

Twenty minutes from Adelaide is a slice of serene wooded landscapes dotted with farms, wineries, cellar doors and towns serving up fantastic contemporary and traditional cuisine, plus great shopping and warm hospitality. Find out more…

Barossa – Famous for Award-Winning Wine

Taste the good life in Australia’s most famous wine region. Visit cellar doors, taste regional produce flavoured with the Barossa’s rich European heritage and dine at acclaimed restaurants set among a colourful patchwork of vineyards and picture book villages. Find out more…

Clare Valley – A Charmingly Secluded Escape

Australia’s home of Riesling is a hidden gem of a wine region, where you can sample an authentic taste of country Australia amid a landscape of bush, vineyards and farms. Meet friendly locals, and enjoy seriously good food made the traditional way. Find out more…

Eyre Peninsula – Home of Adventure and Excitement

This vast, uncrowded region of the State is home to pristine beaches where you can swim with playful sea lions and dolphins. For seafood lovers, it’s paradise, with a tantalising smorgasbord of freshly-caught oysters, Southern Bluefin Tuna and shellfish to savour. Find out more…

Fleurieu Peninsula – Our Coastal Playground

A coastal getaway on Adelaide’s doorstep, the Fleurieu Peninsula boasts renowned wine regions and fine dining, picture-perfect seaside towns and plenty of stunning nature. Find out more…

Flinders Ranges and Outback – An Ancient Land

Whether it’s riding horses on a working sheep station, four-wheel-driving through vast mountain ranges and mysterious deserts, or soaking up the region in five-star luxury, this is the place to find adventure and wonder. For foodies, it’s the place to discover quandong pies, feral food platters, authentic Outback tucker and even a little-known wine region. Find out more…

Kangaroo Island – Where The Wild Things Are

Escape the everyday in the untamed wilderness of Australia’s third largest island. Spot sea lions, koalas and kangaroos, and laze on footprint-free beaches. Taste the fruits of one of Australia’s newest wine regions plus premium local food, including sheep’s milk cheese, Ligurian Bee honey and Kangaroo Island Marron. Find out more…

Limestone Coast – Cliffs, Caves and Natural Beauty

Relax and indulge as you explore the Limestone Coast’s never-ending beaches, picturesque coastal villages, freshly-caught crayfish and the cellar doors of its famed wine regions, including the Coonawarra. Find out more…

Murray River, Lakes & Coorong – Relax Along The River

Explore Australia’s greatest waterway with a cruise, captain your own houseboat, fish or enjoy watersports. On land, there are welcoming communities along with a bounty of fresh, mouth-watering oranges, stone-fruits, almonds and other locally-grown culinary delights to savour at road-side stalls and the Riverland Farmer’s Market. Find out more…

Riverland – Cruise From Town To Town

The Riverland is where the cool waters of the Murray River feed wetlands and floodplain forests, and warm sandy landscapes transform into vineyards, citrus and almond groves. Relax on ‘river time’ and sample delicious fruits, chocolates, nuts, lavender and wines. Find out more…

Yorke Peninsula – More Than 700km of Coastline

Stunning beaches and national parks plus friendly coastal towns are the reason this is a favourite holiday spot with South Australians. ‘Yorkes’ is famous for its fishing, so you can catch your own King George Whiting for dinner. The local eateries are famous for their hearty pub meals and scrumptious seafood. Find out more…

 

For more information visit the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre in James Place, Adelaide or Phone (within Australia): 1300 588 140