Coober Pedy has become a famous landmark and very popular tourist destination for three great reasons, opals, underground dwellings and the landscape. Known as 'The Opal Capitol of the World', it is estimated that around 80% of the world's opals are mined in small scale operations around town.
One of the best places to experience the Australian Outback without relinquishing any of the modern comforts, Flinders Ranges' ancient landscape offers perspective on the vastness of time. The ranges are the largest mountain chain in South Australia and are dotted with National parks from end to end.
Most of the 4,600 residents of Kangaroo Island are primary producers offering some of the best local gourmet cuisine to be found in Australia. With one third of the island declared a conservation area or National Park, a thriving culinary culture, a unique artistic scene, all steeped in a rich history, there is something for everyone at Kangaroo Island.
Known as the "Seafood Capital of Australia", it is home to the largest commercial fishing fleet in the country. Lots of land based farming combines to make Port Lincoln possibly the largest primary production centre in Australia. This famous landmark is most renowned though as the world's best place to go cage diving with Great White Sharks.
The Barossa Valley is regarded as Australia's wine capital and features over eighty cellar doors all within two hours drive from Adelaide. Luxury resorts and cellars offer award-winning wine and gourmet food amongst an inspiring landscape. The rolling hills and valleys of the Barossa are a perfect place to indulge yourself or escape for that romantic getaway.