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Great deals on South Australia accommodation so you can experience all the wine, seafood, wildlife and scenery of Australia's festival state. Stay in our Adelaide accommodation and immerse yourself in arts and culture, or use our Adelaide accommodation as a base to explore the rest of South Australia.
Stay in our Adelaide Hills accommodation, only a 20minute drive from Adelaide’s CBD, and explore the region’s quaint villages. Stop at one of the many fresh produce roadside stalls and try and buy the regions delicious cool climate wines, with 200 grape growers, 50 wine labels and 20 cellar doors. Enjoy scenic drives around the region and soak in the German heritage of Hahndorf, browse antiques in Woodside or organic markets in Stirling, or see the giant rocking horse in Gumeracha.
Stay in our Barossa accommodation and savour the tastes of Australia's oldest wine growing region. Experience this scenic region which is home to over 500 grape growing families. The Barossa is arguably Australia's most famous wine region and it is home to well known labels such as Jacob's Creek, Peter Lehmann, Henschke, Wolf Blass, Seppelt, Yaldara and Yalumba. While in the area visit the Farm Shop owned by one of Australia's favourite cooks and writers, Maggie Beer.
Drive an hour and a half north of Adelaide, stay in our Clare Valley accommodation, follow the Heritage Passport Trail and discover one of Australia's most beautifully preserved towns, Burra. Or walk or cycle the 25km Riesling Trail and enjoy the rolling hills and lush valleys that dominate the landscape. Visit Mt Gambier, a town that sits atop the extinct Maar Volcano and explore the lakes that have formed within the volcano's craters.
Get up close and personal with some amazing wildlife by staying in our Eyre Peninsula accommodation. Dive with fluorescent cuttlefish at Whyalla, swim with sea-lions and dolphins at Port Lincoln and Baird Bay, or see the Southern Right Whales migrate past Head of Bight. Don’t miss the chance to go cage diving with Great White Sharks in Port Lincoln, or for the less adventurous explore the pristine beaches and dine on delicious seafood. See ancient Aboriginal hand prints at the Murrawijine Caves on the Nullarbor Plain.
Stay in our Fleurieu Peninsula accommodation, starting just 40 minutes from Adelaide. The area is famed for its wines, olives, olive oil, almonds, cheeses and wildlife and there is so much to do: Explore the submerged former warship, HMAS Hobart, by diving in Yankallila Bay; search for a treasure piece in the antique shops of Strathalbyn; explore the McLaren Vale, Currency Creek, Langhorne and Southern Fleurieu wine regions; treat your taste buds to the McLaren Vale Wine and Cheese Trail; board the heritage double-decker horse-drawn tram and see, dolphins, migrating whales and 2000 Little Penguins on Granite Island, off of Victor Harbor; or see echidnas, sea eagles, kangaroos and the rugged coastline in Deep Creek Conservation Park.
Discover rare wildlife, rugged sea cliffs, and amazing local produce and wines by staying in our Kangaroo Island accommodation. Or discover the Limestone Coast with a stay in our Robe accommodation and enjoy fresh crayfish, local wines and discover the areas conservation parks and seafaring past.
Image of Bethany, Barossa, SA. Courtesy of South Australian Tourism Commission.
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How much is a hotel room in South Australia?
Hotels in South Australia start at AU$85 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.