Visit our Neighbours

West and south from the Flinders and Outback you'll find more brilliant South Australian experiences.

Eyre Peninsula

Aquatic adventure, stunning beaches, scrummy regional fare, and inland nature experiences make Eyre Peninsula one of Australia’s hottest travel destinations.

Stretching from the tip of Spencer Gulf to the Great Australian Bight, Eyre Peninsula is a variety of experiences bundled together into one remarkable destination.

Cage diving with sharks or swimming with sea lions in Port Lincoln, and swimming with giant cuttlefish in Whyalla’s crystal-clear waters are just some of the region’s signature experiences.

Explore pristine coastlines, endless sandy beaches, national parks, countless fishing spots, and markets. 'Must-visit' towns include Tumby Bay, Coffin Bay, Cowell, Streaky Bay, and Ceduna.

Clare Valley

Home to Australia’s best riesling, the Clare Valley is known globally for its wine.

Situated in amongst the hills and running between Auburn and Clare, the Riesling Trail passes through several towns and villages, including Leasingham, Watervale, Penwortham and Sevenhill. It’s a picture-perfect place for a walk or cycle while stopping off at multiple cellar doors for a tasting or lunch.

The region is also home to many historical places, including Martindale Hall, Mintaro Maze, and the heritage copper mining town of Burra, where curious visitors can uncover its past with the Heritage Passport.


Relax and experience the pure tranquility of the Riverland. Indulge in locally made wines or delicious food from local ingredients. Experience stars like no other, or take in a stunning sunrise over the river.

Pitch a tent at one of the many spectacular camping spots or caravan parks. Cruise the Murray River on a houseboat, explore the hidden backwaters in a kayak, discover national parks, or enjoy the watersports on offer.

The Riverland also boasts fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, unique beers, ciders, and innovative cellar door experiences.

Whatever you’re into, there’s something in the Riverland for you!

East to Outback NSW

Flinders Ranges travellers heading east can enjoy wide open spaces as they take the Barrier Highway from Peterborough through Broken Hill, and eventually on to Sydney.

The Barrier Highway is a fascinating road of contrasts, passing through pastoral stations, rich mining districts, and iconic Australian towns, including Yunta, Cockburn, Wilcannia, and Cobar. Side trips to Silverton – Australia's 'Outback Hollywood' – and Meningie Lakes are also worthwhile.

Look out too for the railway running side by side, where the Indian Pacific and freight trains are impressive travelling companions. The Heritage Rail Trail also runs from New South Wales’ dusty outback through to Port Pirie.