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    Destination Guide – South Australia

    “Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from Adelaide, soak up the sun at pristine, picture-perfect beaches, swim with sea lions and dolphins, cage dive with great white sharks and get up close with wild koalas and kangaroos in every region.” – SA Tourism

    As its own tourism board aptly described, there’s a little bit of everything here; from the glittering turquoise waters in the south to the sunburnt orange outback in the north, the state is overflowing with natural beauty ripe for exploration. Hikers and nature lovers can indulge in the abundant natural beauty of Flinders Chase National Park, wine connoisseurs can sample the many wineries in the McLaren Vale region and city and nightlife lovers can spend their nights sipping delicious cocktails while watching spectacular shows.

    Its capital city is just as stimulating, brimming with world-class food and wine, lively entertainment, bustling laneways, and vibrant parks. No wonder they call it Radelaide.

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    Port Noarlunga, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia
    Sunset at Glenelg Beach, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
    Opal mine in Coober Pedy, South Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia

    Authentic, generous and diverse, this is a destination where every sense is stimulated and memories are made.

    If you've never been to the capital, you might find it a surprise to your senses. A food and wine hotspot, soft sand beaches, and lively laneways that put the rad in Radelaide.

    This intriguing town has approximately half of its population living underground and is well known for its opal mines.

    Travel Inspiration

    Port Noarlunga, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia

    Beginner's Guide to South Australia

    Authentic, generous and diverse, this is a destination where every sense is stimulated and memories are made.

    Sunset at Glenelg Beach, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

    Adelaide

    If you've never been to the capital, you might find it a surprise to your senses. A food and wine hotspot, soft sand beaches, and lively laneways that put the rad in Radelaide.

    Opal mine in Coober Pedy, South Australia, Australia | TravelManagers Australia

    3 nights in Coober Pedy

    This intriguing town has approximately half of its population living underground and is well known for its opal mines.

    Welcome to South Australia

    What word comes to mind when you think of Australia’s southern state? Here are some suggestions from our personal travel managers.

    South Australia Word Map | TravelManagers Australia

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