South Australia

Flinders Ranges - Image courtesy of Australia Tourism

You'll never run out of things to do in South Australia. The choice is staggering: meet the locals in friendly bush pubs up north; taste globe-trotting wines at cellars doors across the south; watch whales in the west and mooch on the Murray in the east.

Nature holidays are a little different in South Australia. The natural landscape is massive and untamed, but your encounters will be intimate and well planned. You can swim with dolphins in Adelaide, explore the inexplicable Flinders Ranges or watch whales at Head of Bight. You can spot birds on The Coorong or see the extraordinary wildlife of Kangaroo Island … and all with the knowledge that your fun doesn’t come at an environmental cost.

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Ewens Pond, South AustraliaEwens Pond, South Australia
Mt. Gambier in South Australia is a region filled with stunning freshwater lakes filtered by limestone, cave diving and extinct volcanoes. For divers without Cave qualifications Ewens Ponds beckons.
Whyalla - Cuttlefish Mating Mecca and MoreWhyalla - Cuttlefish Mating Mecca and More
A four-hour drive west of Adelaide, Whyalla is a seaside mining town is known as the place “where the outback meets the sea”. To divers, Whyalla is known as Australia’s Cuttlefish Mecca. Each winter thousands of Australian Giant Cuttlefish (Sepia apama) gather in the shallow waters around Whyalla to mate.
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