Australia Travel Hotels

South Australia


The cultural attractions of Adelaide and surrounding areas of natural beauty are the main attractions in the state of South Australia. Travellers explore the desert Outback and the spectacular coastline. For your stay in Adelaide, we recommend the following hotels:

Destination Highlights

Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, features a natural-history museum and the state art gallery. Visitors can check out sports like cricket, Australian-rules football and tennis. Local produce is available at the Central Market in historic Victoria Square, the Adelaide Botanic Garden offers beautiful displays of the region’s flora, and seals and dolphins may be seen at Holdfast Bay. Outside of town, a popular site is Mount Lofty, the region’s highest-elevation spot. Kangaroo Island is home to nature reserves that provide habitat for sea lions, koalas and other wildlife. Penguin colonies and fascinating stone formations may be found at Flinders Chase National Park. Other natural attractions include Seal Bay Conservation Park, Kangaroo Island Marine Park and Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park.

The nearby city of Gambier lies in a volcanic landscape with crater lakes and sinkholes. The Centenary Tower affords scenic vistas of the area, and the Lady Nelson Visitor Centre displays a replica of a 1700s ship. The Riddoch Art Gallery celebrates Aboriginal and modern Australian works, while the Engelbrecht Cave offers scuba-diving opportunities. Wine testing is available at vineyards in the Barossa Valley, where kids enjoy touring a toy factory featuring the Big Rocking Horse. To visit that places you can try the Top Rated Hotel Novotel Barossa Valley Resort.

Travel Tips

Qantas, Virgin Australia and Jetstar are among the airlines that serve Adelaide. Travellers also may get there by driving 728km along the coast from Melbourne using the best Car Rental Services. The drive from Sydney takes about 15 hours.

If you want to stay near to Adelaide Airport you have many options, for example:

South Australia is the driest state in the country. High temperatures in Adelaide average 29C in the summer and 16C in the winter. The average daily cost of visiting the area is AU$81. Meal expenses amount to about AU$34, and two-person hotel rooms are available for AU$78.

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