Our Top 5 Must Visit Holiday Destinations in South Australia

Our Top 5 Must Visit Holiday Destinations in South Australia - al.ive body

Proudly born and raised in South Australia, Co- founders of al.ive body Alisa & Lysandra have curated their top 5 must visit holiday destinations in South Australia. 

South Australia is a hidden gem in the world of travel. A treasure trove of natural beauty, rich history, and vibrant culture. South Australia has something to offer every kind of traveller. So, pack your bags and get ready to explore! 


  1. Kangaroo Island: A Wildlife Wonderland

Just a short 45-minute ferry away from Cape Jervis lies a pristine haven, Kangaroo Island. Often referred to as Australia’s Galapagos, Kangaroo Island is home to an array of animals, including kangaroos, sea lions, koalas, and countless bird species. From exploring the Flinders Chase National Park, walking along the Remarkable Rocks, and enjoying the stunning beaches there is something for everyone.


  1. Barossa: The Wine Lover’s Paradise

Barossa Valley, Co-founder and CEO Alisa’s favourite Holiday Destination is synonymous with wine, and there’s a good reason for it. This picturesque region is globally acclaimed for its world-class wineries and vineyards. Exploring Barossa Valley promises wine tastings, culinary delights, and the most beautiful scenery. A trip to the Barossa Valley promises a sensory adventure that is perfect for wine enthusiasts. 


  1. Port Lincoln: Where the Ocean Calls

Planning a road trip? Port Lincoln is the perfect destination. A 7-hour drive from Adelaide or a short 50-minute flight away,  Port Lincoln is an ideal holiday spot this summer. Port Lincoln, which is also known as the “Seafood Capital of Australia”, lies on a stunning coastline and thriving marine life. Perfect spot for seafood enthusiasts, with the freshest catch straight from the ocean. However, the charm of Port Lincoln extends beyond its culinary delights. Dive with great white sharks and explore the rugged coastline of Lincoln National Park.


  1. Flinders Ranges: Rugged Beauty

An adventurer’s dream, with its dramatic landscapes, beautiful gorges, and endless opportunities for exploration. There are many activities to do, hike through Wilpena Pound, embark on a 4WD journey, take a scenic flight over the landscape, and make sure to visit the iconic Prairie Pub. The Flinders Ranges offer a chance to reconnect with nature and experience the beauty of the Australian outback.


  1. Fleurieu Peninsula: Coastal Haven

Finally, The Fleurieu Peninsula, with stunning beaches, daring cliffs, and charming seaside towns, this spot has something for everyone. Enjoy the beaches of Victor Harbour and Port Elliot, and explore the wonders of Deep Creek Conservation Park.