Are you looking to visit or have a holiday in South Australia? We’ve got you covered with this list of everything that is great in SA. We’re been on a lap of Australia and spent 2 months in South Australia. This is everything we got up to, found fantastic and includes video episodes related to SA. On the map below you can click to see all the detail plus additional content, or scroll down to see drop down details of the regions, accommodation and experiences we visited.
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Woodhouse Activity Centre is a Scouts Australia facility, but it's open to the public for day visits, school holiday programs and even camping. We were treated to the campgrounds all by ourselves, and we took full advantage of checking everything out.
Mount Gambier, South Australia
The Limestone Coast is a geological wonderland from Mount Gambier to Robe and beyond. Discover Caves, Sinkholes, Volcanoes and more.
Victor Harbor Holiday and Cabin park is a fantastic base to explore Victor Harbor for families. We were so well taken care of, nothing was too much trouble and the kids had a ball!
Right on the waterfront, this caravan park is quirky, funny and an amazing base for some really fun watersports on and around Lake Albert.
A busy spot over weekends, but we see why. It is an incredible spot with so much to do in and around the Rapid Bay beach and surrounding Fleurieu Peninsula.
The Murraylands are a huge part of South East, South Australia. Home to the mighty Murray River, it's mouth out to the sea and the enormous lower lakes.
The Nullarbor Roadhouse has a surprising amount of things to do onsite and in the surrounding area. Check out what we got up to on our trip accross the Nullarbor Plain in South Australia.
There is so much to do up in the Adelaide Hills. It is extremely diverse, catering for families, couples or friends with countless food, entertainment and experience options. Here's what we got up to.
Wow what a time we had in Adelaide. The city really turned it on for us, where we timed our visit with a massive Australia Day weekend. Fireworks, concert, museums and great food all made up for a fantastic family visit to Adelaide.
Yorkes. It's thrown around by locals and we were never brave enough to use it, until now. Wow what a location. Stunnings beaches, great fishing and heaps of things to see and do for a family.
We took advantage of some cooler summer weather to head up into the Flinders Ranges. We stayed at Rawnsley Park Station and explored Wilpena Pound and the surrounding Flinders Ranges.
We had heard so much about the Eyre Peninsula, we couldn't wait to check it out for ourselves. The results? Well let's just say its reputation precedes it for a reason!
The Nullarbor: The road, the myth, the legend! We had heard so much, received many a caution. Will we make it? Well, we did. And it was spectacular.
South Australia is a massively underrated state in Australia. Either that, or it's simply undersold. It is amazing, and literally on every other states doorstep. There is so mcuch to see and do. Here's what we did in 2 months in SA.
The Fleurieu Peninsula was our first taste of South Australia's many peninsulas. If you look at the map, there are so many facing the coast of South Australia. We checked out Rapid Bay and Victor Harbor as we traveled around on the scenic drive.