SA Attractions

Situated in Lower Glenelg National Park amidst the depths of the pine forest is Hells Hole - a circular sinkhole filled with magnificently deep blue hued water. Enthusiastic divers take to the waters ...
What better place to stop and smell the roses than Ruston's Rose Garden in Renmark, Australia's largest rose garden. Surrounded by more than 4000 varieties of the romantic flower itself, the rose gard...
Embark on a tour through the Ngaut Ngaut Aboriginal Site and discover the traditions, dreamtime stories and rich culture of the indigenous people of Australia. The ancestral home of the Nganguraku peo...
Inchiquin Lake is Clare's main water storage facility, an ideal spot for a picnic with open space recreation area, walking trails, play equipment, fishing, extensive lawns and trees.
Described as one of the richest mega fauna sites in Australia, Red Banks Conservation Park features a landscape of rugged red earth gorges, spring fed waterholes and fossilised mega fauna remains. Jus...
A family day out in the Riverland must include a trip to Monash Adventure Park, a fun playground with activities for all ages. Leaning towers, rope bridges, fast twisty slippery slides and flying fox ...
Whether you cast out by boat, beach or jetty, the Limestone Coast offers a variety of superb fishing hotspots, one of the world's crayfish capitals. Rapidly developing a reputation for deep sea fishin...
Otherwise known as the retaining wall of the Barossa Reservoir, Whispering Wall has attracted attention across the globe. But why? It's unique acoustic effect allows whispered words to be carried more...
An impressive 19th century Georgian manor "starred" as "Appleyard College" in the award winning Australian film "Picnic at Hanging Rock". It offers visitors an experience of life in another era.Return...
An awe inspiring arid landscape of large hills, rocky gorges and gullies, Gawler Ranges National Park offers visitors an eco playground of historic and geological features. Created around 1,500 millio...
Also known as The Sunken Garden, Umpherston Sinkhole was created through the dissolution of a limestone cave, standing as one of the nation's most beautiful marriages of man and nature. After the cave...
Occupying almost 200,000 square kilometres, the Simpson Desert is a horizon of bursting colour, rippling red and orange sand dunes and green plant life, standing as prime four wheel driving territory ...
To rest, rejuvenate and feel the magic of the waters, take a visit to South Australia's very own Pool of Siloam. This fascinating lake on the edge of town, has a salt content six times that of the sea...
Twenty minutes south of Mount Gambier is Mount Schank, an extinct volcano rising from the plains to 158 metres above sea level. Choose from two steep walking tracks on both the inside and outside of t...
Take a trip back to Burra's past with a stopover at Market Square Museum. Opened by the National Trust in 1966, this old style general store is Burra's first museum, originally operating as a store an...
Taking you back to the rural community of an era past, Loxton Historical Village is an award winning destination in the heart of South Australia's Riverland. Encompassing over 45 buildings, Loxton His...
A giant display of pure white land in the dry season and glimmering with an array of colourful hues during flood, Lake Eyre is one of Australia's most famous estuaries. The largest salt lake in the co...
See the world's only known reconstructed Cornish enginehouse at Morphett's Enginehouse Museum, situated within the Burra Mine Site. The fully functional enginehouse - dating back to 1986 - can be visi...
Sculptured granite rocks believed to be over 1500 million years old, that rise from the wheat fields 32km southeast of the town. If you think that sounds a little strange, then why not take a trip to ...
Dating back to 1850, the Old Police Station Museum was Clare's first police station and courthouse. Now listed as park of South Australia's National Trust, the Old Police Station Museum is a long stan...