10 Top-Rated Attractions & Places to Visit in South Australia

By Madhupriya

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1. Kangaroo Island

The third largest island in Australia and one of its greatest natural wonders is Kangaroo Island, which is located off the Fleurieu Peninsula.

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2. Adelaide's Art & Culture

Australia's fifth-largest city and its most charming is Adelaide, the capital of South Australia.

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3. Barossa Valley

A popular day trip from the city is to the Barossa Valley, which is about an hour's drive from Adelaide.

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4. Adelaide Botanic Garden

Green fingers Be aware that one of the top free activities in South Australia is a visit to the Adelaide Botanic Garden.

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5. Clare Valley

The Clare Valley, located about 136 kilometres north of Adelaide, is another well-known Australian grape-growing region in addition to the Barossa Valley.

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6. Flinders Range

The Flinders Ranges, which bear Matthew Flinders's name, are a photographer's and artist's paradise.

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7. The Fleurieu Peninsula

The charming Fleurieu Peninsula is located on a land protrusion that extends southwest from the Mount Lofty Ranges.

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8. Glenelg

The best reasons to visit Glenelg include the calm waters, soft white beach, family-friendly attractions, and an interesting history.

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9. The Eyre Peninsula

The triangular-shaped Eyre Peninsula is one of Australia's least populated coastal segments and is surrounded by a rough and gorgeous shoreline of cliffs and protected beaches.

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10. Murray River

The longest river in Australia is the mighty Murray. It originates in the New South Wales Alps and empties into South Australia's Southern Ocean.