Self-drive holidays

Take three: Limestone Coast

Our friends at South Australian Tourism Commission have put together an amazing Limestone Coast three-day itinerary, home to Mount Gambier’s Umpherston Sinkhole and some of the state’s most spectacular natural wonders.


Kanmantoo and the economic boom

In a small country town, money can do the rounds very quickly, writes Peter Leith.


Saddest tourism ad ever?

South Australia Tourism’s latest ad campaign has been slammed as the saddest ad ever, but the mastermind behind the promotion knows which buttons to push.


Will new law affect Sisha’s will?

Sisha is worried that new laws may mean shecan’t leave her share of the house to her daughter. She turns to Rod Cunich for help.


South Australia’s best-kept secret

The Barossa Valley steals much of South Australia’s tourism spotlight, but the state is packed with other amazing attractions, and the Yorke Peninsula may well be its best-kept secret.

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Glamping in the Flinders Ranges

Explore the world-renowned natural beauty of the Flinders Ranges from the comfort of a luxury Safari Tent.


Xenophon resigns as senator

Nick Xenophon has officially resigned from the senate, changed the name of his party and named senior adviser Rex Patrick as his replacement.


Why you should visit South Australia

South Australia is more than wine and churches; it’s home to rich culture, wondrous hills and valleys, and extreme wilderness. Jessica Abdo suggests six reasons why you should visit SA.


Boozy break in the Barossa

Did you know that the Barossa valley is home to more than 150 wineries? You might not be able to visit them all in a weekend so here’s our top three to give you a head start.

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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.


Historic houses of Australia

For a relatively young country, Australia has a wealth of historic houses which can be a great inspiration for those looking for a day trip or a weekend away.


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.

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