South Australia is calling your name

South Australia is calling your name

South Australia is calling your name

15 September 2020

South Australia is open to people travelling from the ACT, with no 14-day quarantine required! So why not book your next trip, we know you’ve been waiting!

South Australian tourism has made your trip planning a little easier with its suggested itineraries – there is something to suit everyone. Where it’s a trip for the whole family these coming school holidays, a cheeky weekend getaway, or a luxury holiday!

A long weekend in Adelaide:
Adelaide is bursting with culture, flavours, events and entertainment. Taste your way through world-famous wine regions just minutes away from the city, soak up the sun at picture-perfect city beaches and spend the night exploring a thriving restaurant and bar scene before retreating to one of the Adelaide’s best hotels.
Here’s our guide to exploring Adelaide.

A Kangaroo Island Adventure:
Wind your way on a three-day road trip across Kangaroo Island: South Australia’s paradise for wildlife. Slip away to a sanctuary for wildlife and natural beauty, trading the hustle and bustle of city life for iconic Australian animals, mouth-watering local food and wine, breathtaking scenery and luxury accommodation.
To read the full itinerary, click here.

A wine lovers dream:
South Australia is famous for its wine regions, and why not explore more than just one!
To view the McLaren Vale itinerary, click here.
To view the Barossa Valley itinerary, click here.
To view the Adelaide Hills itinerary, click here.

Somewhere off the beaten track:
See the rugged ridges of Bunyeroo Valley and ancient ramparts of Wilpena Pound on a three-day road trip through South Australia’s ancient Flinders Ranges. Driving through the Flinders Ranges is about the closest any human can come to navigating the face of Mars, and this epic landscape rivals any international destination. Embark on an unforgettable journey through jaw-dropping landscapes to historic, outback towns, sprawling national parks and fascinating Aboriginal cultural sites.
The view the itinerary, click here.

Something the kids will love:
From hours spent at adventure parks, to lazy days and nights aboard houseboats, there are plenty of opportunities for family bonding in the Riverland. Visit Monash Adventure Park; it’s guaranteed fun for all ages with lofty towers, a rope bridge, wave bridge, mini basketball court, flying fox, slippery dip and plenty more. Take the family on a wander through the huge maze, then enjoy a picnic or barbeque to top it off. Looking for somewhere to stay? Hiring a houseboat is one of the best ways to spend quality time with your family on the beautiful waters of the Murray River.
The view the activities available, click here.

Qantas Airlines is flying to Adelaide three times a week. Book your flights now!

To read more about border crossing requirements, click here.