South Australia Tours

Experiences in Australia

South Australia offers a number of excellent places to visit that can be found using our search box below where you can browse our collection of South Australia tours.


Adelaide tours
Barossa Valley tours
Clare Valleyt tours
Flinders Range tours
Kangaroo Island
Mount Gambier travel
Renmark and Riverland
Victor Harbour


Some of the popular South Australia tours we describe below. Each of these tours are found using the search box above.

Adelaide Tour
Known as the City of Churches, the capital city of South Australia can be explored in a half-day coach tour. See ancient, historical and modern buildings, the cultural icons of the Festival Centre, the beautiful Torrens River, the nearby beach suburb of Glenelg, the classical churches [of course], the superb parks and gardens, the view from Colonel Light's Lookout the founder of the city and stroll along the country's first shopping mall - the Rundle Mall. Coffee at Haigh's Chocolates is a highlight. There are optional tours including a river cruise and Zoo visit. This is a simple, short and inexpensive way to meet and greet Adelaide.

Adelaide tours

Kangaroo Island Tour
Departs Adelaide and you can sail or fly to the Island for this very full day. It's a short trip and a long island. The activities are fascinating. You can see seals, echidnas, goannas, kangaroos and koalas. Some of the natural sites are crying out to be photographed - Admiral's Arch is perfect. The area known as Remarkable Rocks has been well-named. There are wonderful areas of unspoilt wilderness. There are top meals with options galore. Will you ever forget walking on pristine beaches and sharing the sand with seals? At Seal Bay there are hundreds of these magnificent creatures. This is a great one-day way to see this remarkable Island.

Kangaroo Island

Barossa Valley Tour
If you've been to Bavaria in Europe you'll be right at home in Hahndorf. This one-day tour from Adelaide takes you to the famous wine-growing region of South Australia. Naturally there is a luncheon with local wines. The cottages, craft shops and tea-rooms are quaint and offer unique wares with unusual gifts and mementoes. The old stone buildings in Williamstown proclaim their history. The region known as the Adelaide Hills is full of natural beauty. You can enjoy the views in comfort having been collected from your Adelaide hotel. Oh and there's some complimentary apple streusel with your coffee - delicious.

Barossa Valley Tour

Port Lincoln Wildlife Tour
This is a six-day tour with something for everyone. If you like wildlife experiences in the natural habitat of the creatures, this tour has the lot. You can hand feed the tuna, swim with the dolphins and then hop into a cage and say G'day to some great white sharks; talk about seafood variety. Your dining includes some of the best seafood in Australia. On dry land you explore caves and take a nocturnal guided wildlife tour. Enjoying fresh oysters on a pristine beach has to be seriously enjoyable. Depending on the time of the year, you can enjoy whale watching as well. After four days of non-stop activities, you climb aboard the Indian Pacific and relax as the train takes you all the way to Perth.

Port Lincoln Wildlife Tour

Lake Eyre and Cooper Pedy Tour
You have the chance on this six-day tour to visit the world's smallest pub and the world's largest cattle station. This is the outback so often mentioned in Australian folklore. There are ancient mountains, gorges and ruined remains of settlements. You'll see aboriginal art and the almost forgotten town of Oodnadatta. Cooper Pedy is opal HQ and you spend the night like so many in this town by sleeping underground. You can take an optional flight over Lake Eyre which has been used for car speed trials as well being home to vast numbers of birds when in flood. It's the outback laid bare.

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