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Discover a lush lanscape and an inspiring region.
With the Flinders Ranges, one of the oldest landscapes on earth, to the north and the Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island to the south, Adelaide is the perfect place from which to explore this lush landscape. The city’s attractions and thriving café culture are also enhanced by their proximity to some of the country’s finest wine and gourmet food producing regions.
Starting point for one the world’s most iconic rail journeys, The Ghan
We currently feature 7 luxury properties in South Australia
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Mayfair Hotel brings style, elegance and glamour to central Adelaide.
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In a heritage building that houses bright modern and welcoming accommodation.
A boutique hotel overlooking the picturesque Piccadilly Valley.
Unlock unique and memorable South Australian experiences from The Playford Hotel.
Kangaroo Island, South Australia, Australia
A eco-friendly luxury retreat, perfect for exploring the nature in Australia.
South Australia (Other), South Australia, Australia
In the heart of Barossa wine country lies this boutique hotel.
South Australia, Australia
A charming B&B with fully self-contained apartments.
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World renowned as a ‘must visit’ for foodies and wine lovers, the landscape that produces gourmet treasures also reveals natural wonders.
Kangaroo Island is a unique Australian wildlife sanctuary with extensive native bushland that is home to kangaroos and koalas whilst dolphins, seals and penguins gather at the shoreline. This last stop before the mainland that gives way to the Southern Ocean and the Antarctic beyond also produces some of Australia’s finest gourmet foods. So why not take a hop over?
Imagine a landscape shaped and moulded over hundreds of millions of years. South Australia’s dramatic Flinders ranges provide the reality. Barren and remote, bathed in a mystical light and steeped in an other-worldly grandeur, The Flinders ranges are a world away from the creature comforts of the modern life but are accessible in less than three hours from Adelaide.
South Australia is one of the world’s food and wine ‘destinations’, with famous names and iconic labels that include world-class wines such as Penfold’s Grange and Henschkes Hill of Grace. For wine alone, over 260 cellar doors are spread across 17 official wine regions, with the state accounting for more than half of Australia’s wine production. South Australia’s food and wine trails are an experience in themselves that will enhance any exploration of this beautiful state.