On this south Australia holiday, you'll visit vibrant Sydney, stunning Kangaroo Island, rugged Outback, and the vineyards of the Barossa Valley
A south Australia holiday delivers some of the country’s key offerings - wildlife, beach, Outback, and wine. With Sydney as your entry point, this itinerary provides some of the most quintessential Aussie experiences without flying circles around the country. Begin in Sydney with a few days of touring to really feel the pulse of Australia. Kangaroo Island is the perfect nature escape with a high concentration of wildlife, mountainous and oceanic backdrops, and classic Aussie charm. The Flinders Ranges offer a true remote safari in the Outback and the wine and culinary experiences of the Barossa Valley concludes your trip with true indulgence.
South Australia holiday: 13 days / 12 nights
DAYS 1, 2 & 3:
Arrive in Sydney, Capella Hotel
DAYS 4, 5 & 6:
Fly to Kangaroo Island via Adelaide, Southern Ocean Lodge
Return to Adelaide, Mayfair Hotel
DAYS 8, 9 & 10:
Fly to the Flinders Ranges, Arkaba Homestead
DAY 11 & 12:
Transfer to the Barossa Valley, The Louise
Depart from Adelaide
- This 13-day south Australia holiday includes some of Australia’s most sought after backdrops, without spending the entire trip in transit.
- Sydney is the most common entry point to Australia and home to the country’s most iconic structures - the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. We recommend exploring these landmarks with our excellent guides, in addition to learning the Aboriginal history of the region and a full day spent exploring the Blue Mountains. Make your base at the newly-owned Capella Hotel, a historical icon lovingly re-imagined into a modern gem.
- Continue to Kangaroo Island, widely acclaimed as Australia’s Galapagos, to explore a spectacular and thriving landscape, rich with diverse wildlife. Spend two full days with a naturalist guide, exploring the island and all of its splendor from Seal Bay to Flinders Chase National Park to the fruitful farmlands. Return to your luxury accommodation to soak in the majesty of the southern ocean.
- Remote yet accessible, the Flinders Ranges is South Australia’s largest mountain range, boasting an ochre colored earth and a pure (polished) Outback experience.
- The Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s largest wine-producing regions and the perfect, most indulgent way to end your journey.
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