South Australia is a state defined by extreme wilderness. As Adelaide as its capital, it’s home to the 100km-long Bunda Cliffs of the Great Australian Bight, the emptiness of the Nullarbor Plain and the red dunes of the Simpson Desert. Its capital, Adelaide, is nicknamed “City of Churches” and known for being a small and friendly place. Not far north is the Barossa Valley vineyards and sheltered beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Let’s not forget Kangaroo Island, which is mostly a national park, the Flinders Ranges and the Flinders Ranges National Park. Port Augusta is the gateway north to Alice Springs, the Red Centre and the capital of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
We’re collecting camping grounds, accommodation and fishing information to help you along the way.