South Australia's eight most frightening tours not for the faint-hearted.
Can't find anything in Adelaide worth doing? That's because you're not looking hard enough.
South Australia is spoiled for choice when it comes to superb local produce and fine dining experiences, both in Adelaide itself and surrounding regional areas.
In 1963, Rodney Fox was seized around the chest by a Great White shark. Two years later, he decided he had to know more about his attacker, and entered the waters off South Australia's Eyre Peninsula.
A trekking adventure takes guests on a rare trip into sparse landscapes.
Walk the Yorke is Australia's newest walking trail and one of the country's longest.
From hunting for great white sharks to heli-fishing – adventure as fresh as Eyre on the Peninsula.
A new wave of boutique producers and small batch winemakers are reimagining the local food scene.
South Australia is blessed with some of the country's greatest natural wonders; from the sunburnt, prehistoric surfaces of Flinders Ranges and the gaping abyss that is salt Lake Eyre, to the wide stretches of uncrowded beaches and the spectacular coastline of the Great Australian Bite. Sunny weather with blue open skies are typical; grab a glass of its top quality red wine and enjoy amazing views with its warm, friendly people.