South Australia

TOP 10 Experiences in South Australia
Go Cage diving with the Great Whites

Jump on board for an exciting day of adventure, education and a whole lot of fun! This once-in-a-lifetime experience of viewing Great White Sharks in their natural habitat will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime!Located in Port Lincoln, South Australia, the Neptune Islands Marine Park is where you have the best possible chance of a shark sighting as we use natural fish berley to attract the Great White Sharks.

Explore the beauty of Kangaroo Island

A destination truly like no other, the beauty of Kangaroo Island can be witnessed from the shores of Seal Bay, the heights of Cape Willoughby Lighthouse, the cliff side of the Remarkable Rocks and from within the scenic outback of Flinders Chase. Every bit relaxing as it is exotic and referred to by many as the jewel of South Australia, it is a must visit.

Climb the roof of Adelaide Oval

An unforgettable adventure awaits with this exhilarating adventure across Adelaide Oval’s iconic roofline. Enjoy unparalleled 360 degree views of Adelaide and beyond, from our stunning coastline to picturesque foothills. Take your pick from a twilight climb, sparkling city lights at night or daytime views as far as the eye can see. A must-do for all visitors and without a doubt the best way to see and learn about Adelaide!

Taste Your Birth Year Wine Experience

Enjoy the immersive experience of the Centennial Cellar – the jewel in the crown at Seppeltsfield, privately hosted by a Seppeltsfield wine educator. Walk along-side the longest lineage of single vintage wines in the world dating back to 1878, culminating in a taste of Para Vintage Tawny direct from barrel of your birth year – a bucket list experience! The tour offers the rare opportunity to try your own birth year vintage Tawny, direct from the barrel. Join one of the wine educators in the renowned Centennial Cellar and sip on a wine as old (or young…) as you are.

Breakfast with the Roos

One of the best-loved experiences at The Louise, ‘Breakfast with the Roos’ is an early morning adventure to the Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park for a meet and greet. This morning adventure starts with a 20-minute drive to the nearby Kaiserstuhl Conservation Park, famous for its panoramic valley views and home to nature walking trails. Join a conservation guide to embark on the Stringy Bark Loop trail for a wonderful insight to the region’s diverse flora and fauna – including kangaroos seen in their natural habitat. A gourmet picnic breakfast is served for an up-close-and-personal encounter with the locals.

Explore Barossa Valley in a Vintage Car

Put an unique spin on your trip to the Barossa, with a private wine, food and sightseeing tour as you hit the open road in total luxury, in the classic 1966 Mustang convertible. It’s the ultimate way to explore one of the world’s finest wine regions. You get to enjoy wine tasting at boutique, historic & famous wineries, sample some gourmet food at Maggie Beers Farm Shop, Beer or Gin tasting at one of Barossa’s boutiques. Cheese Sampling at Barossa Valley Cheese Co.

Taste some of the best wines at The Giant Rubix Cube

Visit the tasting room and enjoy panoramic views across the McLaren Vale region. The idea to build the d’Arenberg Cube came to Chester Osborn in 2003. Inspired by the complexities and puzzles of winemaking, Chester created the idea of a cube-shaped building. Each of the five levels have been carefully designed to entice and excite the senses, including features such as a wine sensory room, a virtual fermenter, a 360degree video room, and many other tactile experiences. Visitors are encouraged to explore the Alternate Realities Museum, located on the ground floor, and view the many art installations on display.

Venture into the heart of the Australian Sea Lion Colony

No trip to Kangaroo Island is complete without a visit to Seal Bay.As Kangaroo Island’s premier tourist attraction, the award-winning Seal Bay offers visitors an unforgettable wildlife experience. Set your own pace on our 800 metre wheelchair accessible boardwalk which meanders through the dunes to a number of viewing platforms. For beach access to the sea-lion colony, join a guided tour to learn more about the amazing lives of these endangered animals with an experienced guide.

Stargazing at the Dark Sky Reserve

A sea of stars will welcome you to one of the darkest, clearest skies in South Australia at the River Murray International Dark Sky Reserve, a 1.5 hour drive from Adelaide. Tucked just 90 minutes’ drive from Adelaide on the banks of the Murray River, starry solitude awaits stargazers with low rainfall, clear skies and virtually no light pollution creating the perfect conditions to explore the cosmos. The only official Dark Sky Reserve in Australia and one of only 15 worldwide, you won’t find a better place to settle in for a slumber party with the stars.

Explore the Southern Ocean Drive

Discover the full Southern Ocean Drive, as you drive past the natural wonders on the Limestone Coast, to the wildernes of Kangaroo Island and the sea and vines of the Fleurieu Peninsula. There’s something to discover around each stop that you make. Uncover some of Australia’s best wineries, most breathtaking beaches and jaw-dropping geological marvels. Enjoy some of the best of South Australia as you drive along the South Ocean Drive

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