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Category: South Australia
South Australia is home to beautiful, uncrowded beaches; rolling country hills; excellent wine regions; a walkable city centre; and a variety of exciting events.
The Sturt Gorge Recreation Park is full of surprises, like a large dam hiding in the middle of the park. Tucked in the southern foothills, 13km south of Adelaide, the Sturt Gorge Recreation Park has more than two dozen shared-use trails that traverse the Sturt River and criss-cross the tight valley that it flows through. […]
Are you looking for a holiday that is relaxing but also full of activities? Want to see multiple places but don’t want the hassle of changing accommodation? Houseboating on the River Murray is all of these things, and all at once. From the comfort of your hired home, you can travel up and down the […]
A sense of calm comes over me as I lean back in the chair, having given the large wheel a slight nudge to the left. My feet and beer up on the dash, I gaze at trees on the riverbank as they slowly slide past. With nowhere specific to be for four days, we glide […]
Nestled in the hills between the vineyards of the McLaren Vale wine region and the southern Adelaide suburbs of Morphett Vale and Hackham, the Onkaparinga River National Park is home to the stunning Onkaparinga Gorge, a variety of native vegetation and wildlife, a rock climbing zone and a campground. There are about a dozen walking […]