Top 10 Things to Do

Canoe the Coorong

Canoe the Coorong, South Australia

Discover the tranquillity, diversity and natural wilderness of the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong with Canoe the Coorong.

Adelaide’s cultural precinct

North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia

Adelaide’s vibrant city is bursting with the old and new. A few hours along North Terrace and you will get a glimpse of our cultural past and our exciting, creative future.

Jurlique

Jurlique, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

The biodynamic Jurlique Farm is home to over 30 varieties of herbs and plants that are grown for Jurlique’s natural skin care range.

Barossa Cooking Schools

Maggie Beer's Farm Shop, Barossa, South Australia

A range of classes are on offer and all combine traditional and contemporary flavours of Barossa and pass their knowledge, methods and secrets on to you, their budding new chefs.

Off Piste

Off Piste 4WD Tours, South Australia

Off Piste is going off the beaten track to bring a sense of adventure to the Fleurieu Peninsula’s food and wine scene. Sample wine at beautiful beaches, lunch atop a cliff, and discover nature and wildlife in untamed conservation parks.

Hahndorf Walking Tours

Hahndorf, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

Discover the old village of Hahndorf with Hahndorf Walking Tours and discover the history, stories and architecture of this beautiful Adelaide Hills town.

Houseboats

Murray River, South Australia

Enjoy the majesty and beauty of South Australia's Murray River. Drift leisurely with the current, past its red sandstone cliffs and tree lined banks, on-board a well-equipped houseboat.

Gawler Ranges

Gawler Ranges, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Once you’ve devoured Eyre Peninsula’s seafood take a turn inland and discover one of South Australia’s natural wonders, the Gawler Ranges.

Mr Mick

Mr Micks, Clare Valley, South Australia

Known for its rolling hills, rows of vines and Riesling, Mr Mick is just one of the gems found in the Clare Valley.

Naracoorte Caves

Naracoorte Caves National Park, Limestone Coast, South Australia

The Naracoorte Caves National Park is South Australia’s only World Heritage site. Walk among delicate stalagmites and beneath stalactites, marvelling at these ancient natural decorations.

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