Accommodation

Accommodation

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Southern Ocean Lodge - Osprey Pavilion, Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Choose a luxury hotel or apartment, a bed and breakfast or family cabin, caravan park or beachside shack. Go camping or have a holiday on board a houseboat. Stay on an outback station, in an historic homestead or in an eco-lodge under the stars. There are lots of accommodation options for your next South Australian holiday - some are even underground.

Adelaide City

Rundle Street, Adelaide, South Australia

You'll find plenty of accommodation in Adelaide - boutique hotels, apartments, seaside resorts and heritage cottages. Most hotels are in the city centre, however there are many hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts in nearby North Adelaide and along the coast. International hotels offer all room styles. Serviced apartments are great for families and longer stays. Adelaide’s backpacker and youth hostels have quality facilities. Conveniently-located caravan parks suit families and single travellers. Search now.

Adelaide Hills

Mount Lofty Ranges Vineyard, Adelaide Hills, South Australia

There’s romance in the air in the Adelaide Hills, just 30 minutes from the city. Best known for its bed and breakfasts, you’ll find boutique Adelaide Hills accommodation, cosy cottages, contemporary hotels, a historic mansion and a hand-built gothic castle. There are award-winning properties in quaint Adelaide Hills towns such as Aldgate, Balhannah, Oakbank and Mount Barker. Good options for families and those on a budget include wildlife sanctuaries and caravan parks. Search now.

 

Barossa

Wine tasting in Barossa, South Australia

From romantic escapes to budget family getaways, there are lots of choices for Barossa accommodation. Stay in a hosted bed and breakfast among the vineyards or in family-friendly caravan park. There are six caravan and tourist parks in the region. For a night (or two) of luxury, try Kingsford Homstead or The Louise. There is accommodation in the main towns or tucked away in one of the small villages. Take your time and be consumed by the Barossa's excellent wine and food. Search now.

Clare Valley

Clare Valley, South Australia

Escape to the charmingly secluded Clare Valley and disappear into a weekend of intimate discovery. Clare Valley accommodation includes quaint bed and breakfasts, motels, apartments and a country club with an adjoining 18-hole golf course. The caravan park is well-appointed and great for families. North Bundaleer guest house, located in the Bundaleer Forest, is a luxury rural retreat and Martindale Hall in Mintaro offers formal accommodation in a Georgian mansion. Search now.

 

Eyre Peninsula

Swim with sea lions, Baird Bay, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia

Eyre Peninsula - it’s a little bit scary but a whole lot of fun and is a great location for a fishing or family holiday. Choose from a range of Eyre Peninsula accommodation - cabins, tourist parks, bed and breakfasts, hotels, motels and waterfront apartments. You can also stay in a luxury self-contained eco-lodge in Port Lincoln or set up camp in one of the coastal towns. The region is known as Australia’s seafood frontier and you can get close to sea lions or go shark cage diving. Search now.

Fleurieu Peninsula

Off Piste 4WD Tours, Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia

Enjoy the sun, food and wine on a Fleurieu Peninsula holiday. Accommodation is plentiful. Rent a holiday house, century old or stylish modern cottages along the coast in Victor Harbor, Goolwa, Port Elliot, Normanville, Aldinga or Port Willunga. Head to a cosy bed and breakfast or stay in a hotel resort. Pack your camping gear and sleep in the great outdoors in one of the conservation parks. While you’re in the region, do some fishing, surfing or keep a look out for whales during winter. Search now.

Flinders Ranges and Outback

Arkaba Walk, Flinders Ranges and Outback, South Australia

From the pioneering history of outback explorers to modern day facilities, there is a range of accommodation in the Flinders Ranges and Outback. A station stay allows you to live like a local in the outback. Stay in modest shearers’ quarters, cook your own meals or join your “host” family for dinner. You can also camp or caravan at many locations in the Flinders, or enjoy the country hospitality at a luxury homestead, which offers an oasis of finery in the outback. Search now.

Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island, South Australia

Whether you’re in a five star suite, a lighthouse keeper’s cottage or a swag, you’ll love waking up on Kangaroo Island. There are loads of Kangaroo Island accommodation options, from simple lodgings and hotels to breathtaking luxury. Try a permanent tent with modern conveniences or stay in a self-contained beachside shack, which suits families or couples. Get to know the locals at a bed and breakfast or other travellers at a caravan park. For pure luxury, you can’t go past the Southern Ocean Lodge eco-resort. Search now.

 

Limestone Coast

Limestone Coast, South Australia

This is the perfect self-drive destination with lots of accommodation to suit all budgets. Mount Gambier is located between Adelaide and Melbourne and is a great starting point for a visit to the region. You will find a wide variety of Limestone Coast accommodation from motor inns, holiday parks, apartments, hotels and luxury suites. Tour the Coonawarra wine region and the Naracoorte Caves. Rent a holiday house at Beachport, Robe or Port MacDonnell or camp in Coorong National Park. Search now.

Murray River

Houseboating on the Murray River, South Australia

Experience and see the Murray River on a houseboat - a floating holiday home that can accommodate two people to large groups. Many houseboats are luxurious and are like five star hotels with jacuzzis, ducted air-conditioning, dishwashers, king-size beds and sun decks. You can even hire a private chef to cook for you. Add a canoe, ski boat, or hire a dinghy and enjoy a houseboat holiday in South Australia. Costs and availability vary each season so make sure to book in advance. Search for a houseboat to hire.

Murray River, Lakes and Coorong

Cruising Murray River, South Australia

A floating holiday house is just one option for a getaway to the Murray River, Lakes and Coorong. Pick up a houseboat in Mannum and travel downstream. There are plenty of lovely spots to moor the boat if you're in the mood to play or pause. Stay longer in a caravan park or set up camp in Coorong National Park. When you need a break from houseboating, fishing, canoeing, swimming or waterskiing, there are plenty of historic towns where you can stop, step ashore and enjoy some great country hospitality. Search now.

Riverland

Houseboat on the Murray River, Riverland, South Australia

Cruise the Murray River on a houseboat or take the family camping or caravanning. There are plenty of Riverland accommodation choices to suit any budget. The two caravan/holiday parks in Renmark are ideal for families. Stay in a hotel or motel, a luxury villa or cottage or stay in old shearers’ quarters at Chowilla Station. Set up a swag at one of the Danggali Conservation Park woodland campsites. Backpackers' hostels can be found in a number of Riverland towns including Waikerie, Berri and Loxton. Search now.

Yorke Peninsula

Dolphin Beach, Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

When you’re on a shack holiday on the Yorke Peninsula, you won’t have a care in the world. As well as beachside holiday accommodation, the Yorke Peninsula is great for a low-cost holiday in a caravan park or camping. Whether you'd like to stay somewhere with flushing toilets and showers or prefer to rough it in the bush, there are plenty of campsites to suit. Some require permits like Innes National Park, which has 7 campgrounds. Other accommodation options include hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts. Search now

Adelaide Visitor Information Centre

Located on James Place, just off Rundle Mall, the Adelaide Visitor Information Centre is a great place to get information for your holiday. Friendly volunteers are ready to help you. Please note the centre provides information only and does not make bookings.

9 James Place, Adelaide
(off Rundle Mall)
Telephone: 1300 588 140 (within Australia) 
Email: enquiries@southaustralia.com

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