South Australia: Short Stay Accommodation

Flinders Ranges and Outback Eyre Peninsula Clare Valley Yorke Peninsula Kangaroo Island Adelaide Barossa Murraylands and Riverlands Murraylands and Riverland Fleurieu Peninsula Adelaide Hills Limestone Coast Bed and Breakfast South Australia

The best of down under can be found in South Australia. Take your pick of adventures like rock climbing, hot air ballooning and caving. Cycle around South Australia - there’s a track to meet every mood and motivation - or hike along one of our walking trails with spectacular look-outs and regions to discover. If you prefer four-wheel-drive, you can traverse some of the best desert and coastal tracks in the world.

Fishing is big here, along the coastline and also on the Murray River. Enjoy our waterways cruising on a houseboat, kayak, canoe or jet boat. For closer encounters, try diving our temperate waters, offering plenty of sites for experienced divers or beginners. Or experience South Australia on an Aboriginal cultural tour, sharing fascinating insights. Experience it all in South Australia, a brilliant blend.

Flinders Ranges and Outback Bed and Breakfast

1... Flinders Ranges and Outback

The Outback begins at the Flinders Ranges. A vast and rugged region where red soil deserts are transformed into a sea of wildflowers after rain.
Eyre Peninsula Bed and Breakfast

2... Eyre Peninsula

Stretching 1000 km's from Whyalla in the east to the WA border, and 400 km from the Gawler Ranges in the north to Port Lincoln in the south.
Heritage landscape

3... Clare Valley

Premium wine-growing region with more than 30 cellar doors in the region within a 15-minute drive from each other. Photogenic landscapes, pioneer history
Yorke Peninsula Bed and Breakfast

4... Yorke Peninsula

95 km north of Adelaide, and a 1 1/2-hour journey by car. Unique blend of country and coastal living with more than 600 km of coastline.
Kangaroo Island Bed and Breakfast

5... Kangaroo Island

120km south west of Adelaide, just 16 km off the tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Reached by plane or car. 480 km coastline, rugged cliffs, protected coves
Adelaide

6... Adelaide

Capital of South Australia.  A small elegant city in a park. Set beside the Torrens River between the Adelaide Hills and the Gulf of St Vincent

7... Barossa

Hour drive north of Adelaide.  One of the world's greatest wine producing areas. 20 km's wide and about thirty km's long with over 50 wineries

8... Murraylands and Riverland

A two-hour drive east of Adelaide and includes approximately 300km of the Murray River. Orchards, vineyards and magnificent golf courses.

9... Fleurieu Peninsula

Ideal day trip and holiday destination. The McLaren Vale winemaking region is 40 mins south of Adelaide.  Also the Murray Mouth & Hindmarsh Island
Adelaide Hills

10... Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills for a taste of country life. Market gardens and orchards share the hillside with the vineyards that supply more than 30 wineries in the region.

11... Murraylands and Riverland

A two-hour drive east of Adelaide and includes approximately 300km of the Murray River. Orchards, vineyards and magnificent golf courses.
Naracoorte Caves - Limestone Coast

12... Limestone Coast

Adelaide and Melbourne - a four-hour drive, or one-hour flight from either city. Includes classic wine country; Wetlands Naracoorte Caves