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From the coast to the Outback, every part of South Australia has adventure activities to get the adrenalin pumping. Along our coastal regions, you could wind up surfing with Southern Right Whales, or diving through the wreckage of a scuttled Navy destroyer. Some of the most famous wine regions in the world are dotted across South Australia. From Shiraz in the Barossa, Riesling in the Clare Valley, to the big reds of the Coonawarra, your journey will be as rich and seamless as the wines. In South Australia, we've earned a reputation for enjoying the finer things in life. And we'd like nothing more than to share a taste of the good life with you. This brilliant blend of culture and lifestyle stretches across South Australia. It's why you'll find local art on the walls of an Outback pub. It's why you'll see landscape paintings by masters such as Sir Hans Heysen in village museums, and then look out a window and see the very same landscape.

Adelaide - Festivals and food. Arts and culture. Shopping and sports. This is Adelaide - the city where there's always something on. Whether you want to party or relax on your next holiday, South Australia's capital has it all. With spacious boulevards and vibrant inner-city districts, sophisticated architecture and lush gardens, Adelaide is the perfect venue for all sorts of activities - big or small. In Adelaide, there is a brilliant blend of things to see and do. All you have to do is choose.

Port Augusta -The diverse nature of the Southern Flinders Ranges region lends itself to a wide cross-section of economic, social and sporting activities and lifestyle opportunities for residents, tourists and business interests. The rural sector is a high agricultural contributor to the State and the gross national product. So whether it is for a holiday, lifestyle choice or business opportunity, the Southern Flinders Ranges is a fantastic place to come and join in the fun.

Coonawarra - Coonawarra is located approximately 10kms north of Penola on the Riddoch Highway. Coonawarra is 60kms east of Millicent via Penola, and 80kms east of Beachport via Kangaroo Inn. Coonawarra is part of the Limestone Coast Wine Region. Its secret lies in the magical marriage of rich red terra rossa soil, limestone, pure underground water and a long cool ripening season. Coonawarra offers visitors wine tasting at in excess of twenty cellar doors. It may have taken 26 million years to create the Limestone Coast. But good things are worth the wait. Forged over 26 million years by the primal forces of the ocean and the movement of tectonic plates, the Limestone Coast has been perfectly sculpted into a natural playground.

Coober Pedy - Opal was first found in Coober Pedy on the 1st of February 1915 and since then has been supplying the world with the majority of gem quality opal. Coober Pedy today relies as much on tourism as the opal mining industry to provide the community with employment and sustainability. Coober Pedy is probably best known for its unique style of underground living. There is a range of underground accommodation (as well as above ground if you prefer). There are authentic underground homes to explore as well as underground museums, potteries, opal shops, an art gallery and, of course, opal mines.