“I’ve always wanted to go to South Australia but I haven’t got around to it.” They’re familiar words to a Croweater.
To not visit SA is to do yourself a disservice. While the state might not hog the headlines afforded to its East Coast cousins, SA has as much to offer and that’s why it’s becoming a favourite with travellers far and wide.
Those world-class wine regions like McLaren Vale and the Barossa certainly earn the accolades they deserve but what about the sparkling coastline that dominates the likes of Fleurieu, Eyre, and Yorke peninsulas?
Adelaide has its many charms, too, with parks and gardens throughout the city, backed by a thriving events scene and laidback vibe. The state capital is just a stone’s throw from the must-visit Adelaide Hills region, highlighted by the German-infused town of Hahndorf, and home to a feast of palate-pleasing attractions: wineries, produce outlets, breweries, and much more.
In complete contrast, the rugged beauty of the outback entices with its unique experiences and encounters while the Murray River and Limestone Coast regions are well-suited to a break that can be as relaxing or adventurous as you please.
So, what are you waiting for? Make your way to SA.