Friday, 9 January 2015

Top five in South Australia

AQUATIC ADVENTURES ON THE EYRE PENINSULA Not only can you swim with sea lions and dolphins, you can also swim with tuna – an activity that can't be experienced anywhere else in the world. 

You can also enjoy whale watching from the Great Australian Bight or visit the only location in Australia where you can get the adrenalin pumping and shark cage dive with great whites. 

ECO SAFARI ADVENTURES IN THE GAWLER RANGES – A gem in South Australia's crown, the Gawler Ranges on Eyre Peninsula are filled with wildlife, shimmering salt lakes, and star gazing opportunities. 

SCENIC FLIGHT OVER WILPENA POUND – Considered one of Australia's natural wonders, Wilpena Pound is an ancient amphitheatre, the centerpiece within the stunning Flinders Ranges National Park. Best appreciated from the air, the 640 million-year-old natural formation can also be seen on foot, bike or from the comfort of a four-wheel drive. 

TAKE IN ADELAIDE – Adelaide has been transformed from sleepy to vibrant in recent years. The city now has chic bars and restaurants opened by innovative chefs. It also has a year-round calendar of sporting and cultural events.

LIFE'S A BEACH – South Australia has more than 3,000 miles of coastline. Its beaches wide, pristine, and uncrowded.

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Picture Credit: From Top - "A176, Nullarbor National Park, Great Australian Bight Marine Park, Australia, 2007" by Brian W. Schaller - Own work via Wikimedia Commons; "Elder Park, Adelaide" by Kevin1243 - Own work - via Wikimedia Commons; "Elliston Beach SA" by Original uploader was Bilbao06 transferred to Commons by User:Bidgee - via Wikimedia Commons

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