A must do tour
The South Australian coastline is over 3,800 kilometres (2361 miles) long and is punctuated by towns, beaches, cliffs and jetties. Many coastal regions offer a brilliant blend of wine and fresh produce, including local seafood.
Travel the South Australian coast and you will be rewarded with some rare and unique experiences. Stunning natural beauty, memorable adventures and great food and wine await you. Explore the gulfs and peninsulas for the ultimate coastal holiday.
From windswept clifftops and steep sided coves, to long sandy surf beaches and calm sheltered bays, the South Australian coastline is truly beautiful. Watch seals, dolphins and whales cruise by. The pristine waters produce an abundance of bird and sea life. Kangaroo Island is perhaps the jewel in the crown, with rare wildlife in impossibly beautiful settings.
Adelaide has a special relationship with its dolphin population. Swim with dolphins from a sailing catamaran, kayak alongside them amongst the mangroves or take a dolphin spotting cruise on the Port River.
The Eyre Peninsula is packed with adventure experiences. Cage dive with great white sharks, surf cactus beach, swim with feeding tuna or sea lions. For something a little more leisurely, follow the seafood trail and taste some local delicacies.
The Limestone Coast, Fleurieu Peninsula and Yorke Peninsula are also action packed. Fishing and boating, skydiving, joy flights and scuba diving are common activities.
Food and wine
One thing you will notice as you tour the coast is that food and wine is woven into the South Australian lifestyle. The local produce is often freshest and the best. Taste fresh crayfish, oysters, farmed tuna, kingfish sashimi, delicate King George whiting and giant snapper.
These are the things which place a tour of the South Australian coast at the top of your to do list.
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Things to do
Here are some great ideas for you to try while you’re in the area.
There are plenty of events on in South Australia. Here are some ideas you might like.