Whatever you’re interested in, South Australia has something for you.


Known as the Festival State, South Australia is home to the second largest Fringe Festival in the world, behind Edinburgh. We also host a wide range of cultural and culinary festivals to celebrate our vibrant arts scene, multicultural communities and world-class food and wine.
South Australia also holds international and national sporting events and is home to the iconic Adelaide Oval.


Prefer to immerse yourself in nature? South Australia’s natural wonders have you covered. You can get to breathtaking beaches and hills made for hiking in a 20-minute drive from the Adelaide City Centre, which itself is surrounded by park lands – the city’s backyard.
Regional South Australia is also home to incredible natural beauties. From our stunning beaches to the red sand of the Outback, you’ll discover caves, mountains, rock formations, hiking trails, national parks, forests, rivers, lakes, and of course, our world-famous wildlife.

Food and Wine

South Australia has been named a Great Wine Capital of the World and is home to an all-star cast of world-famous chefs, winemakers, producers and one of the biggest undercover fresh produce markets in the southern hemisphere – the Adelaide Central Market.
For more information about what you can see and do in South Australia, visit the South Australia Tourism website.