South Australia Accommodation

Adelaide Accommodation

Hotel Grand Chancellor Adelaide

This friendly city and the states capital is the perfect blend of city chic and culture. Accommodation in Adelaide is ideally located to enjoy some of the best restaurants in the region as well as the boutique shops and galleries set in the charming surrounds of leafy villages. Also home to the world's largest collection of Aboriginal artefacts, brush up on your history or experience the unique opportunity to swim with dolphins just 20 minutes from the heart of this welcoming city.

Glenelg Accommodation

Oaks Glenelg Plaza Pier Suites

Relax and soak up the sun in this charming beachside town. Ideally located just 10 km from Adelaide you can enjoy the peace and quiet of a coastal town with the convenience of the city centre just a short drive away. Accommodation in Glenelg is designed to take full advantage of the Mediterranean climate, sea breezes and lovely foreshore with family friendly, luxury and budget options. Enjoy the beautiful views of Holdfast Bay from one of the many quality restaurants that scatter the coast and catch up on some shopping without the crowds of the big city.

Kangaroo Island Accommodation

Kangaroo Island, Ben Goode

Where else can you discover a rugged coastline, unique wildlife in the wild, secluded pristine beaches and stunning landscapes? Located just 30 minutes by ferry from Cape Jervis or by flight from Adelaide, Kangaroo Island is Australia’s third largest island offering breathtaking scenery. Great for a self-driving holiday or a day trip, Kangaroo Island has a range of attractions, outdoor activities and art and culture for travellers of all ages.

Barossa Valley Accommodation

Barossa Vineyard

Experience the country charm of this stunning region with the convenience of the capital city close by. Whether you're looking for luxury or the authentic experience of one of South Australia's most noted holiday destinations with a cute little BnB, Barossa Valley accommodation has something for everyone. From here you can explore the magic of this cosy region steeped in German heritage. Immerse yourself in the stunning countryside and rich history of Australia's most famous wine region and sample the latest offerings straight from the cellar door at the Jacob's Creek and Wolf Blass visitor centres.