This week we look at beautiful Adelaide and its attractions. A short day trip will bring you to Kangaroo Island – known for its amazing wildlife and gourmet food. Have you ever thought it possible to whisper into a wall and have it heard over 100m away at the other end? Then the Whispering Wall is a must. While Adelaide may be Australia’s wine capital, there are still so many other places that need to be explored while you’re in the area.
While only minutes from the mainland, Kangaroo Island feels like a million miles away. This Island is a sanctuary for wildlife and natural beauty. You’ll want to escape to this island and never leave.
Kangaroo Island does a great job of embracing events; from the KI Art FEASTival to the Easter Art Exhibition to the Cup Carnival.
There are roughly 4600 residents on the island with most of them being primary producers. With its rich fertile lands, Kangaroo Island produces some of the country’s finest gourmet foods. Along with great food and wine, Kangaroo Island also boasts rich histories, thriving arts and many accommodation options.
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Two hours from Adelaide, Barossa Valley produces some of the world’s finest wine. Barossa Valley maintains the old-world feel you would expect from a wine region settled by European immigrants. This is the kind of region where you get to live a little bit of the high life! You can indulge in fresh food, play golf, or take a unique tour. This will be a great break from your typical trip. Where you’re in the Adelaide region, you need to make sure you check out this world famous spot.
When trying to decide what to see in Australia you can be faced with many decisions.
Are you looking for famous places in Australia to visit, the most beautiful places in Australia, the important places, the historical places, the best holiday destinations in Australia or something else?
Put these little gems on your Australia travel bucket list…