The Flinders Ranges in South Australia's arid north is an impossibly brutal landscape rendered implausibly beautiful.
You won't get far driving South Australia's Epicurian Way with tasty reasons to stop around every bend.
The beauty of the sand at these courses is the redness which is kind of apt considering the colour of one of the state's finest exports.
When it comes to history, the Limestone Coast's oldest town, Penola, is blessed with the goods, from country estates to heritage buildings and of course, Australia's only saint.
There's no question that Eyre Peninsula gets a lot of its reputation as an edgy wilderness destination thanks to some of the biggest great white sharks on the planet.
Take a look at some of the most wonderful boutique stays South Australia has to offer.
A self-drive trail through four of Australia’s best-known food and wine regions.
Follow the Explorer's Way from ocean to the nation's red heart.
South Australia is blessed with some of the country's greatest natural wonders; from the sunburnt, prehistoric surfaces of Flinders Ranges and salt Lake Eyre, to the wide stretches of uncrowded beaches and the spectacular coastline of the Great Australian Bight. 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.