Exploring South Australia
Attractions, Murray River, Lakes & Coorong

Kayaking the Coorong

There are still a few areas of South Australia that I have not spent a lot of time in, and the Coorong is one of them. So when some friends asked if I would like to join them kayaking the Coorong for a day, I jumped at the opportunity. Have Questions? – Come and...

Adelaide, Attractions

Fishermen’s Wharf Markets Port Adelaide

Fishermen's Wharf Markets are located right on the wharves in this historic suburb of Adelaide. The bustling market is the perfect place for a weekend visit and could be the home of your next treasure. Have Questions? – Come and join the Facebook Group and ask any...

Attractions, Kangaroo Island

Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park

Kangaroo Island is all about wildlife for me. Even time I have visited I have seen so much wildlife all over the island, for koalas in the trees near where I stayed, and echidna visiting while I ate lunch, or a goanna digging a hole by a beach path. Not everyone is...

Adelaide, Attractions

Best Adelaide Museums

No visit to South Australia is complete without stopping in to one of the many museums. Some of them are free to visit and all are worth an hour or two. I have been madly running around the city to come up with a list of what I think are the best Adelaide Museums....

Attractions, Eyre Peninsula

Tumby Bay Street Art

Unless you are from South Australia, it's likely that you have never heard of Tumby Bay. It's a small town on the Eyre Peninsula that is trying to put itself on the map - and the way they have chosen to do that is with the Tumby Bay street art.   Have...

Attractions, Kangaroo Island

Visiting Seal Bay, Kangaroo Island

Seal Bay is one of the top Kangaroo Island attractions. It is one of the things that makes almost every Kangaroo Island itinerary, whether it’s local visitors, people from interstate, or even those from overseas. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting...

Attractions, Fleurieu Peninsula

Visiting the d’Arenberg Cube

In December 2017 a completely new style of cellar door opened at the d'Arenberg Winery in McLaren Vale. This was no converted old stone building or a new building made to blend in with the vines and landscape. This was the d'Arenberg Cube, built to stand out and...

The D'Arenberg Cube cellar door