Explore South Australia with our interactive map. Simply click on the Map below to visit each of the regions of South Australia. We have included some of the popular destinations to give you give you an idea of where they are located in the state. If you want to see more maps use the navigation panel on the right hand side of this page to view the State and territory Maps of Australia. Australia is a big country so make sure you understand the the distances and travel times involved.

Discover South Australia’s Regions

Adelaide - Welcome to the Adelaide region, at it's hub is the vibrant Adelaide City where there is a lively pub and restaurant scene. The city hosts regular events and there are always markets to explore. The surrounding precincts are also popular destinations for foodies. The Adelaide region is ...
Mount Lofty, Adelaide Hills, South Australia Adelaide Hills - Escape from life’s fast lane and make the Adelaide Hills your next holiday getaway. Barely 30 minutes from Adelaide’s city centre and 45 minutes from the airport, experience a change of pace in the Adelaide Hills. It stretches from the Barossa Valley in the north, ...
Barossa - The Barossa region is Australia’s wine capital and features more than 80 cellar doors, less than two hours’ drive from Adelaide. Immerse yourself in a place where luxury retreats offer award-winning wines, world-class cuisine and panoramic views. The Barossa is a great romantic escape. The ...
The Clare Valley Wine Region, Clare Valley, South Australia Clare Valley - The Clare Valley has some great wineries. There are more than 40 and most of them have a cellar door.Drop in for a taste.Kilikanoon gets five stars. Its wines have won several gold medals at the International Wine Competition. Kilikanoon is a must see. Try ...
Riverland, South Australia Riverland - Cruise among great little riverside towns in your own floating home on a Murray River holiday.The Riverland is a couple of hours from Adelaide. There's a good reason why nearly half of South Australia's wine grapes (and 90 per cent of our oranges, stone fruits ...
Kangaroo Island, South Australia Kangaroo Island - Kangaroo Island more than earns its ranking as Australia’s fourth major tourism icon. You simply can’t beat its wildlife and wilderness. Being in South Australia, the wine is pretty good too. Kangaroo Island (KI to the locals) is a short flight from Adelaide or a ...
Eyre Peninsula, South Australia Eyre Peninsula - There are 2000 kilometres of coastline to explore on Eyre Peninsula. Rarely will there be another boat bobbing on the best patch, tourists blocking your camera lens or even footprints in the sand. It's a tranquil coastal holiday destination.Watch Southern Right whales play with their ...
Fleurieu Peninsula, South Australia Fleurieu Peninsula - Visit the cellar doors, laze around the river and mess about in boats. Learn how to surf or watch whales and their calves play in the ocean.The Fleurieu Peninsula has a real beach culture. Surfers jog down to the water each morning with boards under ...
Flinders Ranges and Outback, South Australia Flinders Ranges and Outback - What is your idea of the real South Australia? Explorers, dreamers and legends? You’ll find what you’re looking for in the Flinders Ranges and South Australian outback.The land is a country of thick, gnarled gum trees, growing alongside stony creeks. There are ruins of farms ...
Limestone Coast, South Australia Limestone Coast - The locals joke it took 26 million years to make the Limestone Coast. Check out the sites here and you’ll agree it’s been time well spent! Formed by tonnes of marine life falling to the sea floor, the Limestone Coast is book-ended by rivers. The ...
Murraylands, South Australia Murraylands - Recharge on Australia's mighty Murray River during your next holiday. It winds its way through the heart of the Murraylands, carves out steep cliffs that turn orange at sunset, passes giant red gums and spills into wild lagoons.Paddle a canoe through quiet backwaters. Charter your ...
Yorke Peninsula, South Australia Yorke Peninsula - Just over an hour's drive from Adelaide, the Yorke Peninsula has a wealth of experiences waiting for you.With its distinctive “boot” shape, the Yorke Peninsula boasts more than 700 kilometres of coastline. It's easy to find the perfect beach to get away from the rat ...