Holidays in South Australia

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Top holiday (Flight+Hotel) £379
Family holiday (Flight+Hotel) £362
Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel) £412
Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel) £415
Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel) £317

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South Australia is a state located in the south-east of Australia. This area of the country is famous for its wine growing, long sandy beaches and vast landscapes. The capital city of Adelaide has much to offer its visitors, while the regional areas and surrounding islands showcase Australia's raw, natural wilderness.

When to take your South Australia holidays

South Australia has a mild, dry climate with four distinct seasons. The summer period lasts from November to February, with temperatures ranging from 28-35 degrees Celsius. The sun's rays can be extremely intense in this region so precautions such as sunscreen, hats and glasses are strongly advised during summer. Begin your South Australia holidays by flying in to Adelaide International Airport. Upon arrival, there are transfer options such as bus, train or taxis choose from to escort visitors to their destination. The time zone is GMT +10.30.

South Australia holidays: what to see and do

Adelaide is a vibrant river-side city and a fantastic place to begin your South Australia holidays. Adelaide has a wide selection of shops, museums, parks and restaurants and is renowned for its iconic colonial architecture. In the nearby Adelaide Hills, travellers can visit the charming town of Hahndorf, Australia's oldest German settlement. Just north is the famous Barossa and Clare Valleys, home to more than a hundred wine cellars. Take a wine, beer or food tasting tour and visit historic churches, cottages and buildings unique to the area.

The Flinders Ranges are a must-see for any traveller to South Australia. Just under five hour's drive from Adelaide, this spectacular region features ancient rock formations, Aboriginal art and stunning wildlife. Go bushwalking or take a mountain bike, camel or hot air balloon tour to witness the true magic of this arid region. Kangaroo Island is just a short ferry ride from Adelaide, where visitors can feed wild kangaroos and witness koalas, pelicans and penguins in their natural habitat.

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