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Places to Visit in South Australia – Adventures in Adelaide & Beyond

South Australia is always associated with Adelaide; the stunning city is a stepping stone to Kangaroo Island, cruising the Murray River, enjoying wildlife and much more.

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Discover the Gorgeous Beaches of Adelaide

Adelaide will leave you spoilt for choice when it comes to enjoying a day at the beach; opt to relish the thrills of a tram ride to Glenelg, lovely Henley Beach or Semaphore. If you want to savour more fabulous locations why not hire a car and head out to the Fleurieu Peninsula where top spots such as Normanville, Port Willunga and Victor Harbour also known as Goolwa are great places to explore.

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Wander along the River Torrens Verdant Path

Many hotels in Adelaide CBD will boast of marvellous views across Lake Torrens. The Lake District not far from Oaks Horizons apart-hotel is a gorgeous spot for enjoying the sunny outdoors. The place is quite popular amongst joggers, walkers and picnickers as well as folks out to spend a lazy day under blue skies. You can hire a paddle boat and relish some time on the lake. The Torrens River runs all the way from the Adelaide Hills to meet the sea at Henley Beach.

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Relish the Stunning Beauty of Adelaide Hills

A mere 20 minute drive from the city centre will take you into the gorgeous folds of Adelaide Hills. The area is regarded as a picture perfect region with treats for the mind, body and soul. Enjoy the scenic drive up into the hills and do leave time for exploring the rustic villages of Hahndorf, Aldgate and Stirling.

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Relish the Tastes of South Australian Wines

Adelaide is considered the gateway to Australia's top wine regions. And it is no surprise for you will have access to over 200 cellar doors from there. Get ready for a marvellous wine tasting tour as you visit top regions such as Clare Valley, Barossa, Coonawarra and McLaren Vale.

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Cosy up to Indigenous Australian Wildlife

The Adelaide Hills are home to Gorge Wildlife Park and Cleland Conservation Park; there you can get up close and personal with kangaroos, wallabies, koalas, emu's and other fascinating Australian wildlife. Most of them are so people friendly and tame that a second invitation to eat out of your hand is not needed!

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Visit Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island is an iconic national attraction that offers you a very memorable experience. Enjoy interacting with wildlife in their natural habitat; visit Seal Bay and stroll amidst the Australian Sea Lions. Or consider the immense pleasure of hand feeding a friendly kangaroo or wallaby. You will also be able to carry and cuddle a sleepy koala – ever ready to snuggle up for a nap. At Kangaroo Island the nature lover is well rewarded as trekking and exploring the Remarkable Rocks, Kelly Hill Caves, Admirals Arch and the sand dunes of Little Sahara are on the cards.