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South Australian Locations
South Australian is renowned for its gourmet food and wine and pristine environments. Within South Australia its landscapes varies greatly to the wide open landscape of the outback, to the island wilderness of Kangaroo Island and spectacular coast lines of the Eyre Peninsula.
Kangaroo Island is described as one of the most unspoilt wilderness areas where you can see Australian wildlife up close. Separated from the mainland eons ago, this small island is home to many of Australia's unique creatures. Meet koalas, kangaroos, wallabies, possums, bandicoots, echidnas, and platypus - to name a few. Experience the diversity of this pristine environment. Accomplished local guides from Exceptional Kangaroo Island will share unsurpassed knowledge of its history and ecology originating from a lifetime on the island.
The Flinders Ranges punctuate a huge expanse of "The Australian Vastness." This awe-inspiring region is home to several of our intimate station experiences featuring sprawling verandas, situated in 250 square miles of pristine wilderness such as Angorichina Station. You can explore on 4X4 trips, hike the beautiful mountains and enjoy hearty Australian Outback cuisine and the choice wines of the region. Once you have witnessed a sunset from atop a bluff on these age-old ranges, you will fully understand why your hosts have made it their home.
An unforgettable marine adventure awaits you as you travel west to the beginning of the Great Australian Bight where sandstone cliffs soar from the pristine ocean. Your host awill take you swimming with sea lions and dolphins in a remote secluded bay. You'll see, firsthand, some of the conservation efforts underway to protect this precious marine life.
Journey north of Adelaide and intoxicate your senses in the historic wine regions of the Barossa and Clare Valley's. The area is well known for its premium wines, innovative restaurants, magnificent old churches, wineries and cottages, traditional music, butchers and bakers - all in a peaceful rural setting where each season accentuates the beauty of the vineyards and the undulating hills.
Savour vintage wines at private tastings with proud locals who will share with you all that make the Valleys special. The Clare Valley has been described as, "the most unblemished wine region in Australia." It is the setting for critically acclaimed country houses where fine dining and award winning wines are luxuriously fused. Relax and unwind at stunning North Bundaleer Homestead.
The Barossa Valley is Australia's richest and best-known viticulture and wine making region. Situated one-hour drive north of Adelaide, this area is a richly textured, cultural icon based on years of tradition, creative energy and community pride. The Louise is a fabulous property in which to base yourself at for exploring the Barossa Valley.
Other regions of interest include the Murray River, Riverland, Mclaren Vale and Limestone Coast in the south-east of South Australia.