Things to Do in South Australia

Kangaroo standing near vineyards in South Australia
Barossa Valley

Our top tips for holidaying in South Australia

Too much to choose from? To help narrow down your holiday choices, take a look at some of our favourite things to do in South Australia below. These ideas and suggestions have been written by our Experts and guest bloggers who have been there. For more advice or suggestions from an Expert who has travelled South Australia, contact our dedicated Australia team today.

Since 1842, wine has been a way of life in the Barossa

"Some of the region’s most popular wineries include Penfolds, Peter Lehman, Seppeltsfield, Rockford, Yalumba, Henschke, Two Hands, and Bethany," Sofie Lahtinen on reasons to visit the Barossa Valley.

Top South Australia and Adelaide Journeys

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Round the World Expert Rachel Graves

Kangaroo Island is such a special part of Australia. I recommend not just visiting but staying overnight at the remote Flinders Chase Farm, cooking a meal around the camp fire and sitting under the stars.

- Rachel Graves, Expert