When you visit Adelaide you will discover many tourist attractions in this cosmopolitan city. Visit Adelaide Central Markets or the Adelaide Zoo, tour Haigh's Chocolate factory or take a day tour to the Adelaide Hills or a wine tour to the Barossa Valley. When you visit Adelaide make sure you stop to admire the heritage streets, charming buildings and public art. Shop on one of Adelaide's tourist attractions, Rundle Mall or walk along the river and through the parklands or just lounge on the beach or at one of the many cafes.

It's also easy to get out and about to some of our famous regions. See this for yourself as you easily navigate the tree-lined streets with the city surrounded by parklands. Adelaide rests between the rolling Adelaide hills in the east to the long, white sandy beaches in the west.

For a great list of things you must see and do while in Adelaide check out our must see and do page.

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The Barossa is one of South Australia's most scenic touring destinations where European heritage lives on, with winding country roads weaving through vineyards and villages. When you visit the Barossa you will discover a place where luxury retreats offer award-winning wines and cuisine and panoramic views.

Known as Australia's wine capital, the Barossa features more than 80 cellar doors and is just over an hour's drive from Adelaide. You'll find some of the world's oldest Shiraz wines here and the region is home to some of Australia's most famous brands including Henschke, Yalumba, Jacob's Creek, Peter Lehmann and Wolf Blass.

The Barossa is just as much about food as it is about wine, with a strong food heritage. Traditions of growing, preparing and presenting regional produce in modern mouth-watering dishes is evident in cafes, restaurant and bistros.

Why not let our local driver guides do the driving for you so you can sit back and relax and enjoy a Barossa tour to experience all that this wonderful region has to offer.

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Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island or KI as the locals call it is a South Australia icon and one of world's finest nature destinations, with breathtaking landscapes and fascinating wildlife. Just a 45 minute ferry ride off the coast of South Australia, Kangaroo Island is internationally celebrated for its pristine wilderness and wildlife as well as a thriving food and wine industry.

Across the island a menagerie of wildlife abounds – from kangaroos and wallabies to Australian sea lions, penguins, echidna and goannas, koalas eye you from the gum trees. Enjoy some South Australian award-winning wines at local wineries or relish in the vast array of local produce on offer. From sheep's cheese to organic honey and local seafood. Recreation on the island is as exciting and diverse as its wildlife and produce. There's swimming, snorkeling, kayaking, surfing, caving, bushwalking, quad-biking and sand boarding!

One of the best ways to explore all of the marvels Kangaroo Island has to offer is on guided tour. Our expert local guides will take you to all the wonderful Kangaroo Island attractions on offer as well as the unique highlights of Kangaroo Island like Remarkable Rocks, Admirals Arch and Little Sahara.

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McLaren Vale

From hills and wine to where the river meets the sea. McLaren Vale is part of the Fleurieu Peninsula has long been a favourite holiday destination for South Australians, the perfect location to enjoy all that the region is famous for – beaches, food, wine, national parks and culture.

The Fleurieu has over 60 cellar door wineries from which to choose, many with restaurants, all offering the opportunity to taste some of Australia's best wines and fantastic regional cuisine. Quaint little roadside stalls or weekend markets sell fresh seasonal produce, testament to the prosperous Mediterranean climate that the region experiences.

The region's wildlife is diverse; from migratory birds and native Australian animals to Southern Right Whales. Little penguins nest on Granite 'Penguin' Island every evening of the year. Kangaroos bounce all over the hillsides in more than 20 national parks. The Coorong National Park is renowned for its migratory waders and the Onkaparinga Estuary, Aldinga Scrub and areas around Mount Compass, Goolwa and Hindmarsh Island also get bird watchers twitching.

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Murray River

The Murray River is a great and ancient river system. Fed by tributaries across one third of the Australian continent, the Murray River courses its way through South Australia's rugged outback gorges on its final journey to the Southern Ocean. The Coorong is one of Australia's most significant wetlands and national parks full of Aboriginal culture, wildlife and wonderment.

Discover the hauntingly beautiful and dramatic Murray River with its unique flora and fauna and old riverside ports. Watch aboard a relaxing cruise as the river flows past precipitous sandstone cliffs, giant redgums, and vast wetlands. You can take day or overnight trips on the Murray, travelling the same routes the paddle steamers did. There are other water-based activities too, including water skiing and canoeing, or you can just hike along the banks and marvel at the scenery.

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