Beyond the Park Lands ringing the city, Greater Adelaide has an inspiring range of attractions to visit, be they natural, historical or cultural.
In the Hills
The heart of German culture and settler history in South Australia.
A gorgeous collection of villages, hamlets and small towns bursting at the seams with wine and fresh produce.
Filled with gorges, waterfalls and wildlife, Morialta is perfect for adventure sports, bushwalking and nature spotting.
If you've ever wanted to get up close and personal with a koala or Kangaroo, this park is the place for you.
The best place in town to grab a bite and enjoy an unparalleled view.
One of Adelaide's largest, most affluent and historic manors is now a museum and open to visitors.
Adelaide's go-to venue for arena spectaculars and big-time touring artists.
Like a drop of the old ale? Pop by Cooper's and discover what goes into Adelaide's favourite beer.
Bit of a sweet tooth? Tour Adelaide's favourite chocolate factory.
Incredible seafood, great beaches, and up-close experiences with seals, sharks and tuna await on the Eyre Peninsula.
A stunning landscape on the verge of the Outback, the Flinders Ranges are as impressive as they are ancient.
Kangaroo Island, or KI to the locals is one the country's finest, unspoilt natural habitats just a few hours from the City.
On the Water
Stacked with amazing seafood, incredible camping and hundreds of beaches, Yorke Peninsula is a perfect getaway destination.
Filled with beautiful wildlife, great food and fantastic fun on the river, South Australia's Murraylands are a great place to unwind.&n...
A gorgeous strip of coast with varied beaches, shipwrecks and caves, plus plenty of food and art to boot.
A historic site and beach hotspot for tourists and locals alike, Glenelg has something for everyone.
One of SA's historic stalwarts, Port Adelaide is a hub for artists and industry alike.
Packed with amazing wine, curious landscapes and beautiful beaches, the Limestone Coast is a local favourite.
More wine and more natural beauty abound in the Clare Valley, best known for its wonderful Riesling tradition.
Another wine region of high repute, McLaren Vale's stunning wines are only equalled by the beauty of their ocean-side origin.
South Australia's most recognised wine region makes for a great visit. Enjoy the rolling hills and rosy wines of the Barossa.