South Australia & Adelaide Touring

SOUTH AUSTRALIA & ADELAIDE TOURING

With its lively cities, arid deserts, jagged coastlines and lavish parks, many of Australia’s natural and man-made icons can be found across the vast expanse of South Australia.

Home to less than 10 per cent of Australia’s population, South Australia state is one of the sparsest areas of the country, the land instead given over to epic views of lush rolling forestry and barren deserts.

Such untouched virgin territory makes South Australia a captivating holiday destination and a Travelbag tour is perfect way to get the best from this splendid region. A Travelbag South Australia tour blends visits to the cultural state capital of Adelaide, with passages across the iconic Great Ocean Road, through verdant valleys and onto the great ‘Outback’.

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Traversing the scenic Great Ocean Road as you head from Victoria into South Australia state, a Travelbag tour is an opportunity to indulge in a more creative side of Australia, where some of country’s finest chefs have based themselves to take advantage of the rich vegetation, the Barossa Valley yields some of the world’s most celebrated wines and Adelaide is earning its place as an up-and-coming artistic hub.

Better still, a South Australia tour is a chance to get up-close-and-personal with nature, particularly on Kangaroo Island, where wallabies, koalas and – of course – kangaroos can be found in this ‘open zoo’ as sea lions, fish and penguins call the surrounding Southern Ocean home.

Ascend further north into South Australia’s greater wilderness, the rolling landscapes becoming more arid as the Red Centre of the Northern Territory approaches. Such stark scenery is best enjoyed with a trip on ‘The Ghan’, a picturesque railway that links Adelaide in the south and Darwin in the north.

An enticing opportunity to discover Australia’s rural heartland, a dream Travelbag South Australia tour promises to be a unique and unforgettable experience.

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10 Day Tastes of Southern Australia
10 Day Tastes of Southern Australia
10 Days/9 Nights
Escorted Tours
For those who enjoy the company of like-minded travellers, an escorted tour is a great way to see all the major sights, or discover a path less well trodden. From the comfort of a larger air-conditioned coach, and with the help of an expert local guide you'll learn about your destination in a safe and fun environment. With many of your meals also included, you're free to sit back and enjoy your holiday without having to worry about a thing.
15 Day Outback Adventure
15 Day Outback Adventure
15 Days / 14 Nights
Escorted Tours
For those who enjoy the company of like-minded travellers, an escorted tour is a great way to see all the major sights, or discover a path less well trodden. From the comfort of a larger air-conditioned coach, and with the help of an expert local guide you'll learn about your destination in a safe and fun environment. With many of your meals also included, you're free to sit back and enjoy your holiday without having to worry about a thing.
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HighlightsTop ten things to do

South Australia and Adelaide Highlights

From the cultural attractions of Adelaide, to the scenic beauty of the Great Ocean Road, to the natural splendour of the Barossa Valley, a South Australia tour is a chance to some of Australia’s finest angles in one comprehensive and unforgettable holiday.

A fantastic opportunity to sample many of Australia’s countless qualities, as well as get off the beaten track, a South Australia holiday is perfect for those seeking a plentiful itinerary on an independent tour, the convenience of an escorted tour or the intimacy of a small group tour.

Cover some of Australia’s most splendid territory with Travelbag and enjoy the holiday of a lifetime with our excellent tailor-made tours.

Key Highlights of South Australia

  • Travelling on the iconic ‘Ghan’ railway
  • Sampling the delicious wines of South Australia
  • Driving the picturesque Great Ocean Road
  • Admiring the pretty lanes of Adelaide
  • Getting close to nature on Kangaroo Island
  • Relaxing on the beaches of the south coast

For more information about Travelbag’s excellent range of South Australia tours, call 0871 703 4698 Costs 13p/min + network extras to chat with one of our knowledgeable travel experts about creating the perfect South Australia holiday for you..

Top 10 Things to do

1. Ride ‘The Ghan’
Admire the dramatic scenery along Australia’s iconic railway line, which stretches from Adelaide in the south, through Alice Springs in the Red Centre and all the way to Darwin in the Northern Territory.
2. Drive the Great Ocean Road
Built as a memorial to victims of World War I, the Great Ocean Road wends its way across the southern coastline, taking in a myriad of stunning sights.
3. Red or white?
Head into the Barossa Valley to sample some of Australia’s finest wines on a special vineyard tour - an exclusive Travelbag tour privilege
4. Admire Adelaide
Stroll the leafy boulevards and sail across Victoria Harbour in Adelaide, one of Australia’s rising city stars with its burgeoning artistic culture
5. Hop over to Kangaroo Island
Known as an ‘open zoo’, Kangaroo Island is replete with native animals, including koalas, wallabies and – of course - kangaroos
6. Tuck into Australia
With its rich rural heritage, South Australia is regarded as something of a ‘foodie paradise’ with its readily available high quality produce and ingredients
7. Sink into South Australia’s sands
Kissed by the Southern Ocean, South Australia offers a wide choice of excellent – yet quiet - beaches with soft sands and excellent diving opportunities
8. The jewels of Coober Pedy
The ‘Opal Capital of the World’, Coober Pedy is a fascinating Travelbag tour visit with a guided tour of the mine available.
9. Stroll Rundle Street
Adelaide’s foremost entertainment area, Rundle Street offers a plethora of exceptional bars, restaurants and boutique shops to peruse
10. Venture Out Back
Head into Australia’s iconic Outback, where you can learn more about the Aboriginal Adnyamathana people and aboriginal art.

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