All-inclusive six-day Adelaide tour from $896 per person

Enjoy all-inclusive Adelaide touring at its best, featuring a riverboat cruise and much, much more.

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Enjoy seven days on the Indian Pacific from $1212 per person

Relax in your private Gold Service Cabin and watch the landscapes of Australia pass by through your large window.


Discover the glorious diversity of Central Australia

The Ghan expedition has it all – desert landscapes, fabulous sunsets, Aboriginal artwork and unique wildlife – allowing you to discover the glorious diversity of Central Australia.

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Amble in Adelaide's North Terrace

Spring is the perfect time to visit Adelaide – comfortable enough to walk around in yet warm enough to be by the beach if that's what you enjoy.


Adelaide features on NY Times list

See why The New York Times has ranked Adelaide at number 24 on its top 52 worldwide destinations to vist in 2015 – making the South Australian capital the only Aussie city on the list.


Free Christmas events in Australia

Getting into the festive spirit doesn’t have to cost you a cent, so wherever you are in Australia, there’s a free Christmas event for you.

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Where not to go in Adelaide

Visiting Adelaide? Some of the tourist spots are over-rated and should be avoided. Here we have our suggestions on what you should and shouldn’t do on your next visit.

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$199 wine region group stay

Escape to the Adelaide Hills and enjoy bed and breakfast at this cottage close to the Barossa and McLaren Vale wine regions. Up to eight people can stay for $199 per night.


25% off The Ghan Gold Service

Traversing Australia from top to bottom, The Ghan is ranked among the Top 5 Unmissable Train Journeys by Lonely Planet. Experience this iconic trip for yourself from $969 per person.

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Adelaide on three budgets

While Adelaide’s charm may be more understated than Sydney or Melbourne’s, it’s well worth the work to discover all this city has to offer.

The people you’ll meet…

the stories you’ll hear are what makes The Ghan’s journey from Darwin to Adelaide so very special. When your trip is the annual Anzac Tribute, look forward to four days of remarkable historic insights and warm conviviality.

South Australia to change its name?

A peak business group in South Australia has suggested that the state change its name to broaden its appeal to the international market. Peter Vaughan, Business SA chief executive, has called for a naming competition so the public can have their say and change the face of South Australia.

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