A modern and inexpensive option in the heart of the city that includes a decent restaurant, pool and rooftop bar will be hard to beat.
From great wines and food, to art, to bike riding on the Shiraz Trail, to stand-up paddleboarding: few wine areas offers as much as McLaren Vale.
Mount Lofty House in the Adelaide Hills beats anything the Blue Mountains or Dandenongs can offer.
Unique wildlife experiences top most visitors' must-see lists, but the island is also a a gourmand's dream.
In the heart of the Coonwarra wine region, Bellwether marks the halfway point between Melbourne and Adelaide, making it an excellent point to break up the journey.
Head for the hills, the Adelaide Hills, just out of town and one of Australia's most charming wine regions.
A cornucopia of underground delights awaits visitors to this region of South Australia.
'Sleepy', not entirely. This city has some surprisingly cool stuff, not to mention one of the most accessible wine regions in the world.
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.