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South Australia: 10 Amazing 'You Have To See It To Believe It' Experiences

South Australia is now open to New South Wales and now is a fantastic time to book that cheeky Aussie holiday that you've been dreaming out. To help inspire you, we've put together a list of 10 awesome experiences SA has to offer...

South Australia is now open to New South Wales and now is a fantastic time to book that cheeky Aussie holiday that you’ve been dreaming out. To help inspire you, we’ve put together a list of 10 awesome experiences SA has to offer…

From today, NSW residents can now visit SA once again and to inspire ‘eat, play and stay’ experiences in the state, we’ve collated a list of the top 10 experiences that you have to see to believe, in this magical state.

Whether you’re looking for a last-minute long weekend escape or planning a Christmas holiday break, South Australia has something for everyone and it’s now right at your fingertips.

With an array of incredible scenery, animal interactions, and amazing adventures waiting for you, you’ll be pinching yourself to make sure you’re not dreaming!

Here we go…

1. Become a Mer-person at the Eyre Peninsula

South Australia

Grab your snorkel and towel because in the Eyre Peninsula you can channel your inner mermaid/merman and be struck with wonder while swimming with Giant Cuttlefish and diving with Great White Sharks.

2. Get a taste for the seafood at Coffin Bay

South Australia

When the world is your oyster, Coffin Bay is the pearl. If you adore seafood, you’ll fall in love with the picturesque town of Coffin Bay, it’s the Oysters that are the hero. Here, you can Shuck and eat fresh oysters while wading through the beautiful bay.

3. Plunge into a secluded sinkhole at Little Blue Lake

South Australia

Located on the Limestone Coast, Little Blue Lake is a naturally cool swimming hole with beautiful natural water, created from a giant filled sinkhole.

4. Go ballooning over the Barossa

South Australia

Ballooning over the Barossa Valley allows you to float magically over the picturesque villages and vineyards, soaking up the scenery of the Barossa Valley, When you’re back on the ground, toast your return and enjoy a delicious breakfast thanks to the tastes of the Barossa.

5. Stay the night on a Murray River houseboat

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If you’re craving a little more relaxation in your life, you can meander the Murray and stay the night on a houseboat. This unique experience allows you to tailor an itinerary of daily activities to your interests. Choose from themes based around food, wine, nature, and wildlife.

6. Sleep below the red earth in Coober Pedy

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If unique accommodation is your thing, you can opt to sleep 25 metres below the red earth in Coober Pedy in a modern underground apartment with and endless views over the desert landscape.

7. Check out the view on the Adelaide Oval Roof Climb

South Australia

Get the adrenalin pumping and marvel at Adelaide’s stunning sunsets on the Adelaide Oval Roof Climb. Enjoy picturesque views of the city and beyond before testing your nerve if you choose, with a lean out point 50 metres above the ground.

8. 4WD the rugged terrain of the Outback

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Set off on an exciting 4WD the rugged terrain of the Flinder’s Ranges and Outback and enjoy the tranquility, flora and fauna, wildlife, and the fabulous views that this beautiful area showcases.

9. Create your very own wine blend

South Australia

Choose your own adventure and merge the traditional cellar door visit with exciting discovery, art, and family history as you blend your own wine and dine on a degustation at the famous d’Aranberg Cube.

10. Walk on water at the Salt Lake of Lake Gairdner

South Australia

At the Salt Lake of Lake Gairdner, you can perform miracles as your walk on water. Australia’s fourth-largest salt lake is surrounded by brilliant red sandhills and the lakes shimmering surface makes it a photographer’s delight.

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