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South Australia is a state of Australia in the southern central part of the country. It is the fourth largest of Australia's eight states and territories. It is bordered to the west by Western Australia, to the north by the Northern Territory and Queensland, to the east by Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, and along the south by the Great Australian Bight and the Indian Ocean.

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Top Destinations: AdelaideClareCoober PedyFlinders ChaseGlenelg
HahndorfMount GambierPort AugustaTanundaVictor Harbour

Regions: Adelaide HillsAdelaide RegionBarossa ValleyKangaroo Island

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• Adelaide

Adelaide Hotels & Accommodation

Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia and the fifth-largest city in Australia. Finding a way to spend your day won't be a problem, because Adelaide has plenty of options for travellers. Make sure that you leave some energy after visiting one of the many museums and seeing the famous statues and memorials. The sparkling nightlife also deserves attention …

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• Regions of South Australia

» Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills Hotels, South Australia

The Adelaide Hills are part of the Mount Lofty Ranges, east of the city of Adelaide in the state of South Australia. It is unofficially centred on the largest town in the area, Mount Barker, which is one of Australia's fastest growing towns. The Adelaide Hills region is one of the cooler wine regions of mainland Australia as, despite warm days in January and February when the grapes are ripening, the region generally experiences cool nights …

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» Adelaide Region

Adelaide Region Hotels, South Australia

The Adelaide Region is north of the Fleurieu Peninsula, on the Adelaide Plains between the Gulf St Vincent and the low-lying Mount Lofty Ranges. The city stretches 20 km from the coast to the foothills, and 90 km from Gawler at its northern extent to Sellicks Beach in the south. Much of Adelaide was bushland before British settlement, with some variation - sandhills, swamps and marshlands were prevalent around the coast …

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» Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley Hotels, South Australia

The Barossa Valley is a major wine-producing region and tourist destination of South Australia, 60 km northeast of Adelaide. The Barossa Valley takes its name from the Barossa Ranges, which were named by Colonel William Light in 1837. Light chose the name in memory of the British victory in the Battle of Barrosa …

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» Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island Hotels, South Australia

Kangaroo Island, or K.I., is an island off the coast of South Australia, it takes about 45mins to reach the island via ferry. The island is a few hundred kilometers accross. Flinders Chase National Park contains all the well-known landmarks of K.I. there is an entry fee so it's a good idea to see all the sites in a day if you can …

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» Clare

Clare Hotels, South Australia

The town of Clare is located in South Australia in the Mid North region, 136 km north of Adelaide. It gives its name to the Clare Valley wine and tourist region. One of the first settlers in the area was John Horrocks, in 1839. The town itself was established in 1842 by Edward Burton Gleeson, and named after his ancestral home of County Clare in Ireland …

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» Coober Pedy

Coober Pedy Hotels, South Australia

Coober Pedy is a town in northern South Australia, 846 kilometres north of Adelaide on the Stuart Highway. The town is known as the opal capital of the world because of the quantity of precious opals that are mined there. The name Coober Pedy comes from the Aboriginal term kupa-piti, which means 'boys waterhole' …

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» Flinders Chase

Flinders Chase Hotels, South Australia

Flinders Chase is a national park on Kangaroo Island, South Australia, 213 km southwest of Adelaide. It is a sanctuary for endangered species and home to a few geological phenomena. Flinders Chase is composed of a group of protected areas at the western end of Kangaroo Island. It includes coastal landscapes and Cape Borda lightstation in the northwest …

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» Glenelg

Glenelg Hotels, South Australia

Glenelg is a popular beach-side suburb of the South Australian capital of Adelaide. Located on the shore of Holdfast Bay in Gulf St Vincent, it has become a popular tourist destination due to its beach and many attractions, home to several hotels and dozens of restaurants. Established in 1836, it is the oldest European settlement on mainland South Australia, with the proclamation of the colony of South Australia …

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» Hahndorf

Hahndorf Hotels, South Australia

Hahndorf is a small town about 30 minutes drive out of Adelaide, along the South Eastern Freeway (Princes Highway). The town was settled by Lutheran migrants largely from in and around a small village then named 'Kay' in Prussia, many of which were aboard the Zebra. The town is named after Danish Captain Dirk Meinhertz Hahn …

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» Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier Hotels, South Australia

Mount Gambier is the second most populous city in South Australia after Adelaide, the capital of the State. It is approximately a five hour drive from both Adelaide and Melbourne and presents a convenient stop for motorists travelling the coastal route between these capital cities …

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» Port Augusta

Port Augusta Hotels, South Australia

Port Augusta is a city in South Australia, located at the head of the Spencer Gulf, 322 km north of Adelaide. A natural harbour, the port was settled in 1852 by Alexander Elder and John Grainger. The port was named after Augusta Sophia, Lady Young, the wife of the Governor of South Australia, Sir Henry Edward Fox Young …

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» Tanunda

Tanunda Hotels, South Australia

Tanunda is a town situated in the Barossa Valley region of South Australia, 70 kilometres north east of the state capital, Adelaide. The town derives its name from an Aboriginal word meaning water hole. Tanunda and the Barossa Valley comprise one of Australia's premier wine-growing areas, and the town is surrounded by vineyards …

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» Victor Harbour

Victor Harbour Hotels, South Australia

Victor Harbour is a city located on the coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula, about 80km south of Adelaide. The city is the largest population centre on the peninsula, with an economy based upon agriculture, fisheries and various industries. It is also a highly popular tourist destination, with the city's population greatly expanded during the summer holidays …

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Evidence for human activity in South Australia dates back as far as 20,000 years ago with flint mining activity and rock art in the Koonalda Cave on the Nullarbor Plain. In addition wooden spears and tools were made in an area now covered in peat bog in the South East. Kangaroo Island was inhabited long before the island was cut off by rising sea levels …

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When the early colonists arrived and began building Adelaide they used stone to build a solid, dignified city like no other state capital in Australia. The solidity goes further than architecture, for Adelaide was once regarded as a city of wowsers and was chiefly renowned for its disproportionately large number of churches. Nowadays pubs and nightclubs far outnumber those churches …

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