Destination: South Australia

Our Tourist Guide featuring attractions to inspire travel of South Australia where you will discover when you visit, artistic landscapes, enjoy local festivals, taste delicious seafood and drink exotic wine, you can have all these together at the driest inhabitant continent, South Australia. Almost whole of South Australia is covered with acres of vineyard and hundreds of wineries and cellar doors that offer one of the best quality wines in the World. The major Australian wine production regions include the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley, Coonawarra, McLaren Vale and the Adelaide Hills. When you travel South Australia you will find several diverse and enticing destinations with their own unique attractions and things to do. Regions, like the Eyre Peninsula, this destinationconsist of rugged sweeping coastlines, endless pristine beaches, surfing and renown seafood to be found in the coastal towns of the area.

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Blue Lake Mount Gambier

As one of the most-visited tourist spots in Mount Gambier, the Blue Lake is considered to be the gem of Mount Gambier’s tourist attractions. It is certainly a unique and breathtaking sight which awes thousands of visitors year after year.

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