The Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s most well known wine producing districts. Day trip, take a tour or stay in the Barossa Valley and experience its rich European heritage.The Clare Valley, only 90 minutes from Adelaide is also acclaimed for its superb wines, cycle the Riesling Trail or step back in time with a visit to the historic Martindale Hall. The Mid–North, dotted with old stone cottages, antique and craft stores has a fascinating copper mining and farming history.

The Yorke Peninsula is famous for its fishing, surfing and relaxed pace. Dangle a line off one of the many jetties, watch the dolphins, or visit historic sites.

The Flinders Ranges and Outback region is fantastic for bushwalkers, 4WD enthusiasts and campers. Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary is one of Australia’s premier eco tourism destinations. See spectacular rocky outcrops, wildflowers, desert plains, and visit great outback country pubs. At Coober Pedy you can explore an opal mine and experience life underground.

The Eyre Peninsula covers a vast area stretching from the WA/SA border out to Whyalla, the Gawler Ranges and Port Lincoln. 2000km of spectacular coastline, surfing beaches, fabulous fishing, and whale watching as well as the rugged bush and spectacular inland scenery of the GawlerRanges. Kimba, (situated half way across Australia) has excellent facilities for travellers to break their journey.  Eucla, 12 km into the WA border is another great stopover point – see panoramic views of the Southern Ocean.