The Murray River, Lakes & Coorong region is the gateway to many other amazing experiences in South Australia. From the hills to the coast, further up river or across to the Barossa, this region is the perfect base to experience the state.
With four wine regions, including McLaren Vale, as well as farmers’ markets, cafés, restaurants, art galleries, wonderful beaches and vast wilderness areas and national parks, this is the perfect destination for everyone from adventure seekers and food and nature lovers, to those seeking the perfect family seaside getaway.
For more information call 1800 628 410 or visit the Fleurieu Website
The Hills are cloaked in native forest and interspersed with manicured farmland, orchards and rolling vineyards which stretch across the length of the Mount Lofty Ranges. There are numerous historic towns to explore, great cycle tracks and world-class restaurants – a magnet for both romantic couples and energetic young families.
For further information call 1800 353 323 or visit the Adelaide Hills Website
The Barossa is one of the world’s great wine regions, renowned for its food and wine and cultural experiences. The picturesque rolling hills of the Barossa Ranges overlook a colourful collage of vineyards and villages. Visit one of the historic chateaux, watch coopers at work or tackle the Jack Bobridge long-distance cycle track.
For more information call 1300 852 982 or visit the Barossa Website
Further south you’ll find a pristine coastline dotted with charming seaside villages. Nearby is the Coonawarra wine region, famous for its robust reds. Stretching along the Southern Ocean from the Coorong to the majestic Glenelg River on the Victorian border, the Limestone Coast also includes lush farming country, unique wetlands, volcanic landscapes and underground wonders.
For more information call 1800 087 187 or visit the South Australia website
Our closest neighbour, the Riverland, commences at Blanchetown and runs right through to the state border. Explore the hidden backwaters of the Murray River by canoe or dinghy; moor your houseboat at a brewery or winery for the afternoon. Play a round of golf with friendly kangaroos and discover our rich heritage. The Riverland offers a diversity of experiences that start with turning your watch to River time.
For more information call 1300 768 582 or visit the River Time Website