Described as a lazy river, Murray River winds 1,470 miles through South Australia and is the country's longest river. As you cruise down the river, you’ll see Aboriginal homelands, holiday cottages, thriving forests and fascinating limestone cliffs. You'll also spot plenty of wildlife in peaceful surroundings. You can extend your trip by spending the night on the river.
Vibrant with wildlife, you'll find sea-lions, koalas and pelicans on Kangaroo Island. Kangaroo Island’s wilderness is unspoilt, and it is a haven for native animals. The terrain ranges from soaring cliffs and wild bushland to vast sand dunes and wetlands. Surrounded by the white beaches, this island is the third largest off the coast of Mainland Australia.
This world-famous location is unlike any other as many of the locals live underground. With one of the hottest climates in Australia, there are hardly any trees or vegetation above ground. Visit the incredible underground houses that make up this community. You'll even find underground cafes, churches, hotels and a bookstore. You have to see it to believe it.
Admire some of the most strikingly beautiful views at Flinders Ranges, home to ancient peaks and incredible gorges. Here, you can try unique local game meat such as kangaroo and emu. Packed with wildlife and a place of important Aboriginal history, 4WD driving routes through the location and nearby walking trails are a culturally-significant highlight of any trip.
With more than 150 wineries and 80 cellar doors, Barossa Valley is one of the world's greatest wine regions. For over 160 years, this area has produced premier vintages. There are many ways to explore the region ranging from cycle adventures to epic helicopter flights. As home to Australia's best restaurants, you can stop off for a gourmet treat.