So far, 2020 has not shaped up to be a great year with so many Australians initially caught up in the tragic bush fires and now the global pandemic Covid-19.

Our local and regional businesses need our support more than ever.  With the highest advice level discouraging any form of international travel means we should be branching out and exploring our own backyard.

Whether that be supporting your local coffee shop, restaurants, hotels, even if it is buying take-away from them, or organising a weekend short stay somewhere in a B & B. A road trip, embracing the great outdoors at one of South Australia’s best camping spots or in complete luxury on a glamping adventure.

Spend the weekend with wildlife, gazing up at star-filled skies or hiking rugged, pristine landscapes.


Best glamping experiences in South Australia

Imagine arriving at your campsite to find the tent set up, bed pulled back and every creature comfort you could dream of catered for.

  • Bukirk Glamping, Clare Valley
  • Wilpena Pound Resort, Flinders Ranges
  • Tent On A Hill, Fleurieu Peninsula
  • Bellwether Wines, Limestone Coast
  • Flinders Bush Retreats, Flinders Ranges
  • Tanunda Discovery Parks, Barossa
  • Gawler Ranges Wilderness Safaris, Eyre Peninsula
  • Heli-camping Experience
  • Wandering Souls, Kangaroo Island
  • Bayside Glamping, Yorke Peninsula


See the best of South Australia with Road Trips and Itineraries

Kilometres of picture-perfect coast, rugged, otherworldly outback and lush rolling wine country await in South Australia. We’ve got just the right recipe for road tripping. Think jaw-dropping views in the Flinders Ranges, leisurely ocean drives along the Limestone Coast, lazing along the banks of the Murray River, sipping world-famous wine in the Barossa or chilling in culture-rich Adelaide. We’ve done the organising for you; all that’s left to do is pack your bags and hit the road.


7 best camping spots in South Australia

Go off the beaten track to discover your own piece of paradise in these picture-perfect places in South Australia. Pack up the car and unwind surrounded by nature at one of South Australia’s best campgrounds. The views, the quiet, the sense of being at one with nature.

  • Wilpena Pound, Flinders Ranges
  • Cable Bay Campground, Innes National Park, Yorke Peninsula
  • Ocean Beach, Coorong National Park
  • Vivonne Bay, Kangaroo Island
  • Talia Caves, Eyre Peninsula
  • Glamping, Limestone Coast
  • Kuitpo Forest, Fleurieu Peninsula


Best hikes in South Australia

From leisurely strolls to hard-core treks, South Australia’s picture-perfect landscapes are best explored by foot.

  • Three Falls Grand Hike, Morialta
  • Mannum Waterfall, Murray River, Lakes and Coorong
  • Deep Creek Waterfall, Fleurieu Peninsula
  • Waterfall Hike, Belair National Park, Adelaide Hills
  • Hindmarsh Falls, Fleurieu Peninsula
  • Sturt Gorge
  • Ingalalla Falls
  • The Terraces, Alligator Gorge, Southern Flinders Ranges
  • Waterfall Trail, Mark Oliphant Conservation Park, Adelaide Hills
  • Waterfall Gully, Adelaide Hills


Guide to the best South Australian pink lakes

Magenta veins criss-cross South Australia’s landscape, leading to spectacular pink lakes. See them yourself with South Australia’s bucket list.

  • Lake MacDonnell, Eyre Peninsula
  • Lake Bumbunga, Clare Valley
  • Lake Eyre, Outback South Australia
  • Lake Hart, Outback South Australia
  • Lake Albert, Fleurieu Peninsula


South Australia’s best microbreweries & craft brewers

There’s nothing like that knock-off time feeling on the Friday before a weekend, especially if you have a local beer to crack open come 5pm. Check out the guide above, designate your driver and hit the road on a weekend trip.

  • Pirate Life, Adelaide
  • Big Shed Brewing, Adelaide
  • Lot 100, Mismatch Brewing Co, Adelaide Hills
  • Prancing Pony Brewery, Adelaide Hills
  • Smiling Samoyed Brewery, Myponga
  • Sparkke, Adelaide
  • Vale Brewing, McLaren Vale
  • Wilkadene, Woolshed Brewery, Riverland
  • Swell Brewing Co, McLaren Vale
  • Lobethal Bierhaus, Adelaide Hills
  • Clare Valley Brewing Company
  • Meechi Brewing Company, Langhorne Creek


Guide to the best places to pick your own fruit

Go straight to the source at one of South Australia’s bountiful pick-your-own fruit farms. From cherries to strawberries, apricots, figs and blueberries to citrus, apples and pears. Direct from the farm to your fruit bowl.



If you are unsure about the current travel restrictions and how to travel responsibly in this quickly changing environment, please refer to further information here.


Source: Southaustralia.com