Thanks to Websters Lawyers, WIN an RAA SOUTH AUSTRALIAN HOLIDAY EXPERIENCE for two people to the value of $1,500!

To enter, in the comments below, describe in 25 words or less, your favourite SA Holiday Destination and why.

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Good Luck. Love Hayley and Lauren xx

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1. Information on how to enter and prize details form part of the conditions of entry. Entry into this Win a SA Holiday Experience Competition (“Competition”) is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions.

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3. The Competition commences at 5pm ACST on Friday 2nd September 2016 and entries close at 11.59pm ACST on December 4 2016.

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9. The prize consists of an RAA South Australian Holiday Experience for two (2) people, of the winner’s choice, up to the value of $1,500. Applicable RAA South Australian Holiday Experiences can be found at raa.com.au/southaustralia.

10. Prize value is in Australian dollars. Individual prize value is up to $1,500. Total prize pool valued at up to $1,500.

11. To enter, the entrant must fill out the entry form on www.adelady.com.au/win and describe in 25 words or less – ‘What is your favourite SA holiday region and why?’

12. The entry deemed most creative by the RAA Marketing Team will win the major prize.

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Hayley Pearson

Hayley Pearson

Co-Creator and Writer for Adelady, she still gets goosebumps that she’s combined her creative passion with sharing the best of her stunning home state.

407 Comments

  • Torie says:

    Robe SA. Love it at any time of the year. Such fond memories as it was our family holiday destination. Always lots of friends tagged along. Now it’s my kids favourite place to go

    • Mandi W says:

      Naracoorte Caves National Park.
      One of the most memorable experiences like no other in S.A.
      Self guided, guided tours, adventure caving and night bat feeding!

    • Lisa K says:

      Kangaroo Island as its a truly unique world-class experience, where a plethora of food, flora and fauna are all located on this South Australian haven.

    • Liana Giannini says:

      We have always enjoyed moonta and port Hugh’s with the children for the last 20 years beautiful beaches views and memories now it’s time to enjoy it with just my husband.

    • Kerry Mattson says:

      Hardwicke Bay. Fishing and bummin’ around down the beach!

    • Aristea says:

      Aldinga Beach – far enough for a get away but not too far. Beautiful beach, with their walking trails and community feel.

  • Danielle Johncock says:

    I love love love Victor Harbor, walking Granite Island with my kids, checking out the local lolly shop and whale watching are definitely highlights ?

  • Danielle y says:

    My favourite SA holiday destination is wallaroo, perfect beaches and great fishing. The locals are also so friendly.

  • Kelly says:

    The barossa by far!! So many amazing places to see…so many great places to eat too!! The Novetel is a lovely quick place for a romantic getaway…and did I mention the WINE!!!!

  • Molly says:

    Middleton- my family’s destination since day dot and home to memories of my lovely grandparents. Sun, sand, wine, food and a whole lot of love!

  • Ashley says:

    The Murray River for sure I spent so many years up there with my family so it holds a special place in my heart.

  • Definately wallaroo. So much to see and do. Alot of fun and adventure. My son loves the beach and climing the rocks. Our favorite place to visit together

  • Marianne Ireland says:

    I have many but my favorite are the beaches on the northern side of KI
    emu bay and Snellings beach are just amazing and serenity.

  • Chris says:

    Woolshed Brewery Renmark. Murray River at its best, amazing beer, amazing views, amazing local products served by amazing local people. Doesnt get any better!

  • Teegan Pearce says:

    Innes National Park. My husband loves snorkelling, being amongst the sealife (dolphins in particular) and having amazing camping trips with beautiful friends. Would love to be able to take our son there now he is running around.

  • Marilyn Sakovits says:

    Absolutely love Kangaroo Island. Love the solitude, the beautiful landscapes, the beaches, the wildlife and the fresh produce. Romantic escape or time with family.

  • stacey walker says:

    The flinders rangers-it is like jumping in to your very own landscape painting!

  • Bec says:

    Absolutely love the Barossa! Close to Adelaide to go after work and still get a weekend holiday! So many great activities, oh, and did I mention wine?!

  • My favourite SA destination is Swan Reach as it is where I spend most of my childhood as my parents have a shack on the river. It’s a place that brought family and close friends that felt like family together every weekend.

    Swan Reach is my favourite destination in SA as I spend my childhood up at my parents shack on the river, bringing our families and close friends together.

  • Emily says:

    So many amazing places. But Hahndorf is one favourite, wine tasting at Bird in Hand and Golding Winery, followed by dinner at the White House and overnight stay at The Manna. Breakfast the next morning in gorgeous Aldgate at Fred Eatery on the way home. So much to offer!!

  • Tj Marks says:

    The southern fleurieu. Farm fresh roadside produce, fabulous coffee, fantastic wine, friendly people. Still SA’s little hidden gem!

  • Annelise says:

    Port Vincent! They have a New Years Day festival and fireworks! My family also loves to take a day trip to the secluded Bluff Beach.

  • Deborah Rogers says:

    Black Point. My first memory trudging through the scrub to be rewarded by brilliant sparkling blue sea. 58 years ago but the loving memories linger.

  • Every year our family can’t wait to stay at the beautiful town of Port Vincent during summer, for crabbing, fishing and boating.The sunsets!!! Oh!!!

  • Sharon says:

    Carrickalinga, such beautiful and pristine beaches and whole region, always had the best time there growing up and still do to this day!

  • Every March long weekend, a group of friends and myself book into the beautiful, MClaren Vale Caravan Park.Ladies lunch is booked at a winery…bliss

  • Karen says:

    Port Vincent SA Great place to rake a feed of Blue Crabs. Foreshore Caravan Park right on the beachfront. Kid friendly and awesome Fish n Chip Cafe on the beach.

  • Jess says:

    A weekend spent at Middleton beach is like a relaxation massage for my soul.

  • Carolyn says:

    I love Tunanda……so many wineries that are tucked away , fantstic Barossa produce and just a lovely friendly little country town that I love to visit time and time again!

  • Esther Jeevetha says:

    Kangaroo Island. I love this place so much just by watching it on television and on the internet. seeing wildlife at their own natural habitat is such so breathtaking.

  • Karen Amey says:

    Any where in the Flinders Ranges from Melrose to Wilpena Pound. A great place to spend bike riding, bushwalking and relaxing with family and friends.

  • Allan says:

    Flinders Ranges. A billion stars, hundreds of adventures, nature abounds, relaxation, unique foods and experiences for families or individuals. SA at its best.

  • Jo says:

    Kangaroo Island. SA. Great destination & with breathtaking views. Been years since I’ve been there

  • Chris Linke says:

    Pt Lincoln is a lovely oasis of fun, sea and pure country people. We’d love to win a relaxing, away from home experience.

  • Alexandra Amos says:

    Barossa baby!
    Hands down …
    Valley laced with wine and cheese
    Wins the crown.
    Treats my senses every time,
    It’s my go-to destination; divine!

  • Victoria Creasey says:

    We love the Barossa for the scenery the food and wine and so many choices of places to eat and accommodation to choose from.

  • Haley Matthews says:

    Kangaroo Island. Self sustained eco environment, pristine beaches home to the adorable quokka with excellent Mulberry Gin. How could it not be SA’s prime holiday destination

  • Marjie says:

    I would love to visit the riverland again such variety and places to visit, lose hubby on the golf course yeh! Time to shop crawl.

  • Hayley says:

    Robe. I love its beautiful beaches, divine eateries and amazing icecream parlour! Brings back summer memories of being there with my grandparents as a child.

  • Linda Begg says:

    We love Hahndorf. Authentic German atmosphere and food, great accommodation options and easy travel to nearby wineries.

    • Joanne Poole says:

      I love Hahndorf for its lovely gift shops, wineries. The town has a real German feel to it. it’s like you are actually really there

  • Patricia Wade says:

    Port Lincoln is a quiet and very pretty city, surrounded by pristine national parks. Well known for fantastic food, fishing, camping, boating and shark diving.

  • Rosalie Langley says:

    BAROSSA – it is Beautiful, Amazing, Romantic, Opulent,Sumptuous, Satisfying and Adventurous. Fascinating place to go for a drive in your automobile with RAA insurance.

  • Ingrid says:

    Butlers Beach, Yorke Peninsula. Beautiful, remote beaches with hidden camping spots, great fishing, seashells, and pristine rockpools. Bring your goggles to spot teeny coloured fish!

  • Alex says:

    Fleurieu Peninsula. Stunning scenery, beaches and roads.

  • Lisa jenkins says:

    Wallaroo yorke peninsula! Been going since I was a teenager. Kid friendly beaches, great fishing, and fantastic places to eat! Coast meets country!!!

  • Alyce McArthur says:

    The Grampians. So beautiful so much to see and do. So many walks and adventures.

  • Amy says:

    Wallaroo. Love the beach & family fun always had there.

  • Amanda Stevens says:

    My favourite SA holiday destination would have to be moonta. Love the beach and holiday park there! Nice relaxing getaway.

  • Megan McCormick says:

    Yorke Peninsula. It feels like home and that you’re a world away from everyday life. Heavenly!

  • Victoria says:

    Port Vincent on the yorke Peninsula. Our family holiday destination since we were born. A place full of loving memories and family time at its best ?

  • Holly Parham says:

    Anywhere in the Barossa Valley or Adelaide Hills as its just so relaxing at these destinations, which makes you feel refreshed and brand new, plus would love to go and havesome time away with just my love of 10 years as we have never had the chance to.

  • Chanelle Harrison says:

    Port Elliot! Family memories!

  • suzie mccusker says:

    Innes National Park, York Peninsula such a pristine crystalline park perfectly rejuvenates and restores balance and peace.

  • Bianca Mignanelli says:

    My favourite is normanville! We went there as kids and still go there now. The caravan park with the beach and horse riding, absolutely love it!

  • Ali says:

    A Barossa holiday is where I want to be
    Wine, Cheese and fresh air completes me
    Please pick thee I suit this to a tee

  • Tanya Stevens says:

    The Barossa Valley, so much to see and do or the perfect place to just relax and have a picnic!

  • Emma says:

    Victor Harbor. Such amazing memories visiting the fairy penguins, playing mini golf, catching the horse and carriage, playing mini golf, watching the whales and eating at cool quirky venues.

  • Kathy says:

    The Adelaide hills is our home and out favourite place to explore any season there is something different to enjoy and love.

  • Hajisa Teague says:

    The South East, its caves, blue lake, pristine beaches, the food, the wines,and the wonderful locals who share and make every visit perfect.

  • Victoria Holmes says:

    Port Willunga. We usually camp and walk over to the Star Of Greece for a cheeky one. So close to the Vale too. Just perfect!

  • Rachel says:

    Yorke Peninsula! Beautiful beaches, yummy bakeries and amazing fishing!

  • Simone hammond says:

    I love the flinders Rangers and all the wildlife

  • Rachel says:

    Yorke Peninsula, a holiday destination for everyone. Beautiful beaches, great fishing, yummy bakeries and friendly locals.

  • Grace Eliseo says:

    Our favourite spot is a farm barn at Moana because of its charm, its beauty and definitely “the serenity” that it provides.

  • Leanne says:

    Anywhere… A little break away anywhere in SA is always amazing.! Beach, hills, wine country LOVE IT ALL..!

  • Alison Mathieson says:

    The Barossa – food, fun, wine and amazing views 🙂

  • Danielle says:

    McLaren Vale ofcourse!! The best wine, food, rolling hills and sea views…where else in the world has this spectacular place on our doorstep!

  • Lisa Mosca says:

    Wine region please
    for lots of wine and cheese.
    Send me and my best friend away,
    The Barossa is where we choose to stay!

  • Catherine Coley says:

    Love the Clare Valley, its beautiful, people are friendly and funny and the wine is amazing.

  • April says:

    A tent with my love, anywhere will do

  • Genine Stubbings says:

    Walking up with the sound of the ocean. And relaxing at the end of the day to the sunset and a glass of wine on the York Peninsula

  • Samantha Thomas says:

    Kangaroo Island SA is my place to stay. Sitting watching the wildlife and kids at play. With so much to see with $1500 thanks RAA.

  • Teena Hantke says:

    Our family loves going to the Yorke peninsula and just heading to a campsite in Port Julia and relaxing.

  • Alison milner says:

    Anywhere with my partner would be an amazing experience, but especially along the coast looking out into the beautiful waters.

  • Jane Qualmann says:

    My favourite holiday is anywhere on the river Murray on a houseboat. Waking up to the tranquil sounds and gentle bubbling waters bliss pure bliss

  • Samantha Thomas says:

    Kangaroo Island is our place to stay, watching wildlife and kids at play. So much to see with $1500 thanks RAA.

  • Kimberley says:

    Can’t go past a visit to the Barossa. Fresh air, amazing wineries and beautiful food. A weekend away in Tanunda is what I dream about!

  • Jane Qualmann says:

    Love to travel on the tranquil waters of the river Murray.
    Gently motoring along no one around just you.pelicans and glorious sunsets. Beautiful.

  • Allison Behn says:

    Kangaroo Island is the best holiday destination. Dosn’t matter how many times I visit there is something new to see and do. love the people.

  • Karen Cucchiarelli says:

    Brighton is delicious and a friend showed me how awesome Robe & Renmark are, so they’re on my list.

  • Toni Pech says:

    I’d love to take the family to the Flinders Rangers for some technology free time embracing family and nature

  • Rachel smith says:

    Mt Gambier, what an adventure just driving there with Many great places to stop along the way.

  • Nikki Coe says:

    Clare valley such a beautiful place, amazing food, wine and coffee! ? Perfect destination for relaxing. Not to mention wonderful small town charm and friendless.

  • Alicia T says:

    Robe! It’s close enough for a quick weekend getaway. We love it’s beautiful beach, welcoming locals and amazing places to dine. Total rest and relaxation!

  • Gabriella says:

    We love going to the Middleton Beach Huts, driving through Victor Harbour and eating by the beach at Flying Fish Cafe in Port Elliot. Sun, sand, beach and pure relaxation!

  • Angela says:

    I love, love, love the Clare Valley for the wines, food & stunning scenery. It holds a special place my family’s & my hearts.

  • Hannah says:

    Victor Harbour/Port Elliot – It’s so close, less than an hour away, and you feel like you’re so far. The locals are friendly – so relaxing!

  • Amanda Rossetto says:

    Port Elliot in January. Why? Sun, sand and kids just having fun being kids.

  • Jessica says:

    Kangaroo Island, recently road tripped with my friends for a week and only saw half of the beautiful island, so much to eat 😉 and do!

  • Kiera says:

    Summer in Renmark. Beautiful , relaxing and friendly with occasional summer storm. Big 4 renmark feels like a resort holiday at a fraction of the cost.

  • Renee Phillips says:

    The Barossa Valley – fantastic food producers, fine wineries, rolling hills and reminders of my German heritage, all just an hour from Adelaide!

  • Kangaroo Island!
    Such a beautiful spot, nature, quiet and plenty to see and do.
    Love to go with my partner!

  • Craig says:

    It has to be Rapid Bay. The vibe!! Choose to camp on the beach, explore the caves, fish, relax or just sleep with the stars

  • Trish says:

    I’d love to head to Burra to horse ride in the bush. Out where you can see the stars and inhale some real country air.

  • Frances Wright says:

    Houseboating it down the Murry River … to have Family and Friends share and survive 10 days and still want to do it all over again.

  • Tyler says:

    Blanchetown! Close to the magic grape juice creators and can have fun in the water getting thrown off chubes and failing to wakeboard jump.

  • Caitlin says:

    Barossa Valley – the scenery and of course food and wine! Mum & dads 60th soon, would love to spoil them!

  • Allan Hutchinson says:

    Roadtrip to the Flinders bakery stops, amazing scenery, hiking, 4wd tracks, bush tucker at Prairie Hotel and Glamping the nights at Ikara with a fire

  • Paige says:

    Barmera! My family, Country Music Festival, Mallee Fowl Restaurant, a play at Monash playground, chocolate store, cobdogla steam day, local grown fruit and veg.

  • Yorke Peninsula for me, so many little towns to explore and experience and such beautiful rugged coastline.

  • Julie says:

    I cant believe I can only pick one place…
    Kangaroo Island is at the top of my list – food, scenery, sealions, history, beaches, fishing and some beautiful dives for scuba divers! Great place for everyone – young, old, single, family or newly married couples and accommodation choices to suit all of the above.

  • Maree Thus says:

    From NSW originally so would love the chance to explore more of SA. Really would love to explore the wonders on the Flinders region.

  • Emma Molineux says:

    Victor Harbor. I love walking over to Granite Island, playing putt putt and getting an icecream.

  • Courtney Lovering says:

    Definitely fleurieu peninsula! Wonderful memories walking along the beach, playing mini golf, staying at the beach huts. Can’t wait to make more with our family.

  • Sarah says:

    Kangaroo Island, with its breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife and so much to see and do. Great fun for the whole family!

  • Maddison says:

    Barossa! Not only is it so picturesque but has amazing SA wine and produce to devour

  • Kate says:

    Coffin Bay, Eyre Peninsula..
    Annual Family Trips came to a halt in the 90’s.. missed the cockle trail walks, fishing and Oysters! Next trip 2017!

  • Narelle Weller says:

    Kangaroo Island! I have always wanted to go and explore there. The beaches look amazing and Seal Bay is meant to be beautiful! Id like to hire a car and explore all of what KI has to offer.

  • Gemma van den Akker says:

    Goolwa!
    Love both the beach and the river and all the activities you can do. The cafes and relaxed vibe!

  • Melissa Butterworth says:

    The Fleurieu Peninsula… The perfect blend of sandy white beaches, rolling vineyards, locally owned eateries and amazing local produce.

  • Laurina Ainscough says:

    The Fleurieu Peninsula for its gorgeous wineries, rugged coastline, pristine beaches and delicious food. Something for everyone!

  • Linda Kenny says:

    Anywhere my family is. But would use this prize to discover somewhere new. Never been to Robe, or maybe Flinders Ranges.

  • Bronwyn Wood says:

    We love to stay in Rawnsley Park Eco-villa Wilpena Pound relax and unwind in a secluded spot with fantastic views of the Flinders Ranges.

  • Erin says:

    Victor Harbour 45mins from Adelaide and instant relaxation- you can do all things an Adelady loves walking, brunch, Sunday sessions and days on the beach.

  • Talia says:

    Marion Bay! Exploring Innes National Park and it’s beautiful crystal waters and Sandy white beachside. There is always some where new to discover and the history of the different beaches such as Ethel Beach is always so intriguing.

  • Abbey C says:

    Walker Flat for the ideal SA summer holiday! River, boat, sun, friends, family, laughter, and water sports. Couldn’t think of a better place to unwind!

  • Molly Peters says:

    Cruising on a houseboat through the picturesque Murray River watching the sun set over the cliffs, vino in hand!

  • Marissa says:

    The Fleurieu for the pristine beaches, paddock-to-plate produce and Mclaren Vale wine. The Barossa for the gorgeous landscapes, food and wine!

  • Kate Gillings says:

    I instantly go into relax mode in beautiful Port Elliot. So much love in this spot as we made ‘us’ forever in April this year.

  • Kate says:

    ? Anywhere that involves my husband, me, not our children and a buffet breakfast! ?☕️?

  • Elle Colmer says:

    The Barossa Valley – for wine, cider and beer- oh my!
    And don’t forget the cheese!
    Never enough time in this beautiful place.

  • Haley Matthews says:

    Kangaroo Island, Australia’s 3rd largest! Self sustained Eco environment, pristine beaches, adorable native wildlife, home artisan food & wine producers culminating with excellent mulberry gin. How could it not be SA’s premier holiday destination?

  • Amanda Foster says:

    Finding it hard to choose, I love so much! The relaxation and peacefulness I feel in the Barossa reminds me of my honeymoon spent there ❤️

  • Michaela says:

    Normanville. So many beautiful holiday homes big enough to fit extended family as well, means wonderful memories made on its beach and in local towns ?

  • Lucy says:

    Robe. The perfect little spot for a getaway. Its secluded but has everything you need to feel comfortable and relaxed =perfect holiday.

  • Carly says:

    The Barossa. For its peace and tranquility. A home away from home. The chance to break from technology and life’s craziness ?

  • Maureen Mensforth says:

    Kangaroo Island for me – small in size but gigantic in heart, experiences, beauty and fun. Who would think such a small parcel would have so many layers to surprise the tourist.

  • Sera says:

    I’ve always loved Kangaroo Island-a peaceful, pure and magical slice of SA.

  • Kelly says:

    I loved going to Renmark earlier this year and staying at the big 4 , had a great time with my family

  • Caitlin says:

    I have childhood memories of Pt Elliott and the Flinders Ranges, but I’d love to see more of SA. Anywhere with natural beauty and a glass of red

  • Elaine says:

    Camping at innes national park. You can set up shop at one of the many campsites and explore the amazing coastline from your doorstep

  • Sandra Iasiello says:

    Stunning Fleurieu Peninsula-beautiful memories. My children are all grown up and to do this one more time – priceless.

  • Bec says:

    SA has so many stunning destinations! Anywhere I go with my husband is the perfect place! #grateful #adventuresinlove

  • Libby says:

    Barossa Valley. Amazing food, wine, people & scenery. It’s just simply stunning.

  • Katrina says:

    Kangaroo Island! LOVE the contrasts between its spectacular costline against its tranquil bush settings. Wildlife, hiking trails and even cheese and wine along the way!

  • Mary Zajac says:

    The amazing Flinders Ranges ! Fabulous road trip, fantastic countryside and some great memories made with our family. Return visit way overdue!

  • Olivia C says:

    McLaren Vale is the best destination in SA. Riding bikes through the vineyards is the most romantic getaway.

  • Brianna Telenko says:

    Robe has a special place in my heart as my husband proposed to me on Long Beach!

  • Geri Rivenell says:

    Love the south east. Robe to Mount Gambier and Port Macdonnell. So picturesque and quiet. Kangaroo Island is fabulous as well

  • Caroline Kelly says:

    Historic buildings, wineries, paddock and farm to table food halls, beautiful scenery and stunning sunsets, the Barossa Valley is truly worth visiting.

  • Kim Hopkins says:

    Mclaren vale some time out from 3 kids and 2 businesses would be amazing for me and hubby

  • Ash praino says:

    Kangaroo island. I went there as a child and would love to go with my husband as an adult!

  • Rhianna Power says:

    Flinders Ranges. My family used to camp somewhere in the Flinders every year. It’s a place that holds a lot of my precious childhood memories.

  • Franca WIGG says:

    Barossa Valley is the best.
    for excitement and lots of rest.
    Many secrets and discoveries.
    We’d form such wonderful memories.

  • Lea Anita Black says:

    The Barossa Valley as its just so amazing and Green and a long long time since I have seen!

  • KIM NAISMITH says:

    BAROSSA. RENMARK. VICTOR HARBOUR. ROBE. MT GAMBIER. MARION BAY. ADELAIDE CITY
    I THINK ANYWHERE IS A GREAT PLACE

  • Emma Petrie says:

    I love going down to the ‘river’ any where is always so beautiful and so tranquil. I would love to see the barossa one day! It looked so beautiful on your show!

  • Elaine Livingstone says:

    The Barossa. It’s close to Adelaide, you can do as much or as little as you like. And so much good food and wine.

  • Kerry Page says:

    Flinders Ranges absolutely breathtaking scenery, thrilling drives and embracing natures beauty without city life distractions.

  • John Hamden says:

    Elliston on the south west coast has it all. Fishing, surfing, diving and amazing beaches. Great little place to go camping or hire a beach house to unwind. Loads of walks and trails to do as well! Perfect in summer and Winter for the fresh seafood.

  • Port Elliot has it all! The bike track with amazing views, clothes shops, antiques, trendy cafes,op shops, flying fish restaurant,and beautiful horseshoe bay!

  • Juliet says:

    Anywhere local I can take the kids and husband to, to get away from the daily grind X thanks

  • YolandeJarrett says:

    Kangaroo Island for an overseas holiday within our stunning state. I know I can travel there with RAA on call for any car troubles.

  • Karen Wenzel says:

    Yorke Penninsula, for it has some of the best beaches in S.A and only a short two hour drive from Adelaide.

  • Jenny Esots says:

    I would rate a city escape as my biggest SA indulgence. Something like the Intercontinental with a buffet breakfast. Plus my favourite places in Adelaide at my fingertips along North Terrace – Art Gallery, libraries, museum, botanic gardens, restaurants, festival theatre and Her Maj, the Torrens and loads of small bars and coffee shops. Book me in anytime.

  • Chrissie McKay says:

    Wallaroo is our favorite Holiday destination, loved taking the family there now it is time for just Mummy and Daddy time there as the kids have flown the coup. Love the show BTW.

  • Kel Okorie says:

    Maitland. Went there as a kid with my dad and found a gorgeous secluded beach with white sand would love to take my kids!

  • Chloe says:

    Port Lincoln i love going everywhere in Sa for a hoilday but have to say im just in love with this beautiful place. My favorite thing would have to be the Sucluded Beaches ,
    Swimming with Wild Dolphins and seals and of coarse the food so much fun to be had. ☺

  • Kate says:

    Not a SA resident anymore but love the McLaren Vale and KI so much stunning beauty, amazing food & wine! I’d take SA resident friend if I won? 🙂

  • Karen says:

    Adelaide Hills, great in any season. Gorgeous scenery, food and wineries too plentiful to count. Pike and Joyce have views to die for!

  • Kangaroo Island is my favourite destination for holidays. I discribe this untouched landscape like a mini Australia wrapped in homely welcome back feelings for all.

  • Wanda Hibbard says:

    Kangaroo Island is the absolute best place. Beautiful and unspoilt

  • Melissa says:

    BLACK POINT-

    Beach house right on the sand. Hand feed Pelicans or go crabbing down at the point, or set up a chair in the sand and cast a line in!

  • John Kain says:

    A Houseboat Holiday meandering along the Murray River, enjoying the company of Friends and taking in the stunning scenery and tranquility.

  • Roxanne says:

    Deep Creek – cliffs, waterfalls, views of Kangaroo Island, fields filled with kangaroos, lots of hiking & camping options, all within 90 minutes drive from Adelaide.

  • Dani s says:

    Power Lincoln! Sharks, seafood, paddle boards, hiking – love it!

  • Christina says:

    Mount Gambier! The drive there is dotted with fabulous little towns with the best shopping spots! Great food & wine and a myriad of historic beauty.

  • Tegan says:

    Kanagroo Island, it’s so beautiful! A million different beaches and places to hide away from in all!

  • Danielle says:

    Lyndoch hill. Barossa valley.
    My husband and myself love the barossa area and visit as much as possible. The produce and serenity of the area grabbed our attention back in our early teens and we have visited all the areas and what they have to offer since then. We also married here in 2014, 11 years after meeting.

  • Jackie Fitzgerald says:

    Victor Harbor. It’ s a beautiful area, in itself, and it can be used as a base, for the wineries, Adelaide Hills & the Coorong

  • Sue says:

    Kangaroo Island. Beautiful scenery and so much to do. Great family holiday or a romantic getaway for 2.

  • Kathryn Prentice says:

    That’s a tough one! Baudin Beach, KI so memorable, and Venus Bay:-)) But close to home would have to be Clayton Bay:-) need some peace…..

  • Mick G says:

    Innes National Park – amazing wildlife and views to die for

  • David Hocking says:

    Kangaroo Island. It has a bit for everybody. Fishing, boating, 4WDing, relaxing, beaches, activities for the kids. My favourite spots are the mini-sahara, the seal bay national park and the Raptor Domain.

  • Penny says:

    Seeing a bit of everything from the coast & hills. Therefore I’d have to say the hills-to over see our little space of this piece of earth & water

  • cindy wayne says:

    I only just discovered Victor Harbor, didn`t realise what beauty lies right near our doorstep…….well, 2 hrs away from me anyway! why holiday elsewhere!

  • Taryn says:

    I am so fond of Deep creek. My family love camping down there and making the most of the amazing hiking trails

  • Nina Troeth says:

    Middle river, KI. it is my childhood all over, smash and body surfing waves and running sand hills into the beautiful warm river! Childhood bliss!

  • Lucinda says:

    Pains me to share this piece of paradise, but Carackalinga. The pristine calm beaches just a stones throw away from Adelaide is a hidden gem.

  • Liz Mathlin says:

    I love Pt Hughes, close to Moonta, beautiful white sandy beaches, nice walking and bicycle trails and great fishing spot.

  • Sarah Niemann says:

    Flinders Ranges- to be amoungst the gum trees and have ranges in every view. Campfire and few beverages – the best !

  • Yvonne Giakoumis says:

    Kangaroo island way down south, believe these words from my mouth.
    Views, the serenity, is why I stay.
    It makes for an awesome RAA holiday.

  • Lisa Mugford says:

    Wallaroo. The water is beautiful and it’s a great spot to get away and just relax.

  • Eija Haaja says:

    Tumby Bay on EP, great long beach’s, sunshine, fresh seafood, lovely people, so much to see here. Best holiday destination ever. Loved it so much we stayed.

  • Kristen C says:

    Robe! We love the relaxed atmosphere and the beaches are amazing. Fantastic memories holidaying here with my sister and her family.

  • Rachel says:

    The Barossa, Peppers the Louise. The ideal place for sleep deprived parents to go with only two things in mind…. Sleep and eat all the beautiful local produce. Perfection

  • Julie says:

    Aldinga beach – pristine beaches, gorgeous views and McLaren vale around the corner

  • Kimberly McKeever says:

    Breathtaking Yorke Peninsula is our serenity go to pre and post baby. Perfect private beaches, tropical views, scrummy seafood. Love the beauty!

  • Ella says:

    We don’t seem to go many places twice, too many amazing places to visit….flinders ranges, eyre peninsula, York peninsula, Barossa Valley, Clare! Such a lucky state!

  • Brooke Moloney says:

    We have so many favourites but I’ll go with Renmark! We visit every year and have created some wonderful memories there with our children!

  • Eija Haaja says:

    Tumby Bay on EP just a lovely place to visit, long white beaches, beutifull fresh seafood, lots to do around the area or just relax and enjoy, we loved it so much we stayed.

  • Ella says:

    We don’t seem to go many places twice, too many amazing places to visit….Flinders Ranges, Eyre Peninsula, York peninsula, Barossa Valley, Clare, Streaky Bay! Such a lucky state!

  • Lea Anita Black says:

    The Barossa Valley as I have only just drove through it years ago and I would love to have a holiday there as I have never ever even had a holiday.

  • Jackie says:

    Hubby and I are new to South Aussie (down from Darwin) so anywhere in South Australia would be an awesome adventure for us

  • Karen says:

    Have had fun in Loxton with the family.. especially over Christmas. Worth checking out Ladies!

  • Louise says:

    The Blue Lake in Mount Gambier is the perfect holiday destination as truly tranquil and relaxing.

  • Rachel Amanatidis says:

    FLEURIEU PENINSULA,
    Marina Hindmarsh Island stay…
    a sunset trip to horseshoe bay..
    Just a stones throw away to a paradise…
    so beautiful, so very nice ?

  • Nicole says:

    Murray River. Fond childhood memories on houseboats, camping or floating down river on airbeds. My baby sister making fishing line and catching more than dad.

  • Melissa Lipschinski says:

    Beachport in the South East. The most amazing blue water and beautiful views. Therapy to the soul, very relaxing!

  • Nadia says:

    Saunders Gorge. Want adventure, “alone time” and views that rival the Great Ocean Road? A hint of relaxation with a dash of nature. Perfect.

  • Stacey says:

    Point Turton. The wigitty grubs at the local store make your taste buds dance (and the hips jiggle) it’s just a beautiful place

  • The birds, the Ligurian bees, all creatures including the wild turkeys, great and small like the cute wallabies just adore Kangaroo Island. Unsurpassable !

  • Toni Rowland says:

    Our family adore the River Murray (around Swan Reach, Morgan). The tranquility & water are magical. Just being about to wake up to the Murray is the best.

  • Eloise says:

    South Australia has too many wonderful places to name, but my favourite would be coffin bay on the eyre peninsula. you just can’t beat it. Chilled out holiday with oysters and secluded beaches, what more could you want.

  • Kellie says:

    Coobowie is close enough to enjoy a break from everything, great for families.

  • Jade Kvello-Aune says:

    I just love the whole of SA! From the coast to the wineries to the hills to the city. Love getting lost in our beautiful state!

  • Zoe Polkinghorne says:

    Adelaide CBD. I love to explore the city. It’s nice to get out of the country and do things you can’t normally do.

  • Allison Scrivener says:

    We love exploring the whole of SA. We have been caravanning with our kids since they were babies (10 years now) & there is so much still to see.

  • Melina Borg says:

    Thanks Websters Lawyers and RAA – our favourite SA destination is Point Turton, Yorke Peninsula. We loved it so much we bought a holiday home there!

  • Tina Gifford says:

    Hahndorf because of my heritage, it has been the closest I have gotten to Germany!

  • cleo says:

    Victor Harbour brings back childhood memories of family picnics , fishing and Granite Island escapes. Always keep going back on holidays.

  • Janette says:

    Streaky Bay area during New Years for its Ahhhmazing beaches, delicious seafood, wildlife, camping on the beach and Perlubie Sports Day fun!

  • Nicole Majeric says:

    Mclaren Vale every time. Lovely wineries, food, shops, accommodation and you don’t need to drink to have a great time

  • Emily collins says:

    Emily, Carrickalinga is my favourite SA destination. With its beautiful beaches and clean clear water. Gorgeous beachfront views aswell as quiet and relaxing.

  • Sue Smith says:

    The seals on Kangaroo Island sealed the deal for me.

  • kylie phillips says:

    my fav place kapunda used to b paranormal investigator and miss going there and victor harbor serene

  • We spent a very relaxing weekend at Mount Lofty House enjoying a long leisurely walk around the stunning mount lofty botanical gardens full of colour .

  • Julie Maylin says:

    The Fleurieu Peninsula .. Beautiful wines, produce, countryside and coastlines! What more could you want! This is where our beautiful family memories have been made.

  • Julie Maylin says:

    Fleurieu Peninsula with beautiful wines, produce, countryside and coastlines – what more could you want! Beautiful family memories have been made here.

  • Amanda says:

    So many beautiful places but my husband & I love escaping to the Barossa. The wineries, food & amazing scenery, can’t beat it!

  • Matthew Clark says:

    Traveling the Barossa Valley finding those hidden gems, great scenery.A stop at Maggie Beers farm is a must.

  • Tegan Giuffreda says:

    Clare. Amazing local wines, produce and markets, very pretty town and friendly people to get to experience it everyday!

  • Delvene Mathie says:

    With family Robe- waves, water, weather. Romance with hubby Adelaide or Barossa… But with this thinking that could become Riverland or McLaren Vale. And I EP girl.. So home always memories

  • Eggz says:

    The Riverland will always have a special place in my heart, it’s where my husband proposed. ❤️❤️❤️??

  • Jennifer says:

    I love Black Point 🙂

  • Jennifer says:

    I love Black Point 🙂 I have fond childhood memories but haven’t been there for a long time.

  • Becara Hands says:

    To name just one would be a crime against SA. As long as I have family, fruchocs, giant twin and an ice coffee I’m set

  • Ardrossan. The smell of the ocean makes me reminisce over my childhood where I spent every summer holidays wading through the water looking for crabs.

  • Karen Faure says:

    Spending time in the Mclaren Vale countryside and it’s wineries and it’s surrounding areas connecting with some amazingly spectacular coastal spots!

  • Amy Roe says:

    From Port McDonald to Nundroo I could be anywhere in SA having the ultimate holiday as long as my favourite 3 people are with me.

  • Carly says:

    Point Turton – Fishing by day.. Then hanging out in the kids cabin or playing spotlight while the parents hung in the adults cabin (drinking!!)

  • Daniella says:

    Moonta! – childhood memories galore! Swimming, crabbing, Bike riding and visiting “town” including our favourite shop “Shwanky’s” which remained a running joke long after it closed

  • Dan says:

    Its gotta be the Fleuri with great surf, seafood & relaxed vibe… No wait, the hills for a romantic getaway.. No wait the city because of the great food venues.. Ahh, SA’s too good!

  • Joel says:

    Anywhere along the great coastline of South Australia we have so many hidden gems and I’m still yet to find them all

  • Gemma says:

    Adelaide hills or Clare valley! Love the serenity and beautiful country side. Wine tasting is definitely a must too 🙂 x

  • Tuan Tran says:

    It would be Fleurieu Peninsula because of the patterned of vinyard, olive groves and almond plantations running down to the sea and also an engaging mix of surf beaches.?

  • Jemma says:

    I haven’t yet been but am planning a family trip to robe, it looks absolutely stunning. I am looking foward to the mountain of things we can do there and the beautiful pictures we will get.

  • Natalie says:

    Lipson Cove, relaxing & beautiful beach for the whole family to enjoy. Fishing, jet skis & boating on the amazing Eyre Peninsula.

  • Mandy says:

    Surfers beach, Middleton, not as popular as goolwa or victor, but lovely quiet beaches and close to everything. So many amazing family and friend memories.

  • Paula Smith says:

    House Boat on the Murray River would be something we have never experienced and would thoroughly enjoy, discovering the beautiful Mighty Murray, relaxing and partying!

  • Libby says:

    Without a doubt; a houseboat on the Murray. Home-cooked food, bonfires at night, fishing, canoeing, pelicans, spectacular orange cliffs at sunset….the serenity.

  • Elisabeth Pengelley says:

    Can’t get enough of Flinders Ranges, so remote, beautiful, peaceful & quiet. The grittiness of dirt & dust, nature, wildlife, unpredictability, lying under the stars.

  • Jodie McCallum says:

    Port Neill on the Eyre Peninsula, it is the one place I can come home from, feeling like I have had a holiday. Brilliant beach, simply bliss.

  • Eloise says:

    Magical Kangaroo Island Wonderful memories now 24 years old, went to forget the trouble I was having falling pregnant, came home pregnant a very special Island! ♥

  • kerrie brown says:

    Fleurieu Peninsula,amazing food,wineries,microbreweries,farm produce,beaches and all types of accommodation!Best of all its so close and easy to get to.

  • Rebecca mulqueen says:

    Port lincoln for its remote beaches, incredible national park, local adventures & brilliant cafes and pubs on the forshore or marina

  • Alexia says:

    I have fond memories of Mannum as our family would spend many holidays there. We would ride in my uncles speed boat, toast marshmallows on the fire, pick mushrooms & hunt for Easter eggs at Easter!

  • Kirstin Trehan says:

    Kangaroo Island so much for kids and adults to do, great wildlife, produce and scenery

  • Gemma W says:

    McLaren Vale stole my heart – picturesque scenery, top quality wine and local delicacies and the friendliest of people. Would go back in a heartbeat!

  • Kelly Arndt says:

    Adelaide, our childhood destination each Summer holiday,
    Visiting cousins, we’d swim and play,
    Trusting times, we ran wild and free-
    Such special memories for me…

  • SHARON says:

    Touring through the Barossa Valley we’d love to savour the flavour of the wines from the vines and relax a while in style

  • Karen Rogerson says:

    Clare Valley, the wineries, Riesling Trail, and eateries such as Seed, Mr Micks & nearby Rising Sun at Auburn, it’s a treasure trove of gourmet experiences and sublime surroundings.

    • Ali says:

      Victor Harbour, walking around Granite Island, the bluff, the cafes etc. Plus it’s close to Pt Elliot, Middleton and Goolwa. Love driving along the coast.

  • Prue Scott says:

    I’ve met someone wonderful and spending this weekend in Port Elliot.. Looks like it’s about to become a favourite. Adelady Coastal Jaunt anyone??

  • kirsty says:

    i have no idea, i have literally never been on a holiday here 🙁
    i would love to go to KI though, or anywhere really.

  • Ali says:

    Victor Harbour, walking around Granite Island, the bluff, the cafes etc. Plus it’s close to Pt Elliot, Middleton and Goolwa. Love driving along the coast.

  • suzie mc says:

    South Australia blesses us with so many divine choices a standout is Innes National Park with its pristine coastline, sunshine and sea

  • Sarah Fleming says:

    My absolute favourite SA holiday spot is Robe. The kids love the icecream shop and I just love the beautiful aqua coloured ocean.

  • Hannah says:

    It’s difficult to choose a favourite place, I dream of roadtrips at a leasurly pace
    Along the Limestone Coast is what I yearn for most

  • Jacqui says:

    Port Elliot ! Been going down there for years ! Not to far from home but a relaxing holiday ! Beautiful beaches, great cafes, pubs! Things to do for all ages!

  • Nicolia Papagiannis says:

    K.I! I would love for my kids to experience where i went with my family for school holidays. So close to nature and free.

  • Laura Adams says:

    With so many places to choose,
    It’s hard to pick just one,
    But Stansbury’s the greatest place,
    For fishing and beachside fun!

  • Kayla says:

    Innes National Park! So Beautiful with amazing beaches and great fishing! Win Win for me and my partner. A great place to escape and relax!

  • Cathi Montague says:

    Kangaroo Island for sure, it’s got such peace, beauty and wilderness. Parts of the Island that look like the Mediterranean, Provence and Italy – all on the SA doorstep!! Unforgettable experiences in an unforgettable destination.

  • Melissa Tarca says:

    Anywhere in South Australia where I can spend time with my husband and two children is my favourite SA holiday

  • Carissa says:

    I might sound like a dork
    But my favourite place is Yorkes!
    Fishing, snorkeling, kayaking
    Coastal walks, swimming in calm bays
    Perfect for holidays!

  • Claudia C says:

    My family loves horse shoe bay at Pt Elliot .. We have this fabulous blue and white a-frame tent that we set up on the beach and spend all day catching waves with our boggie boards, people watch , walk along the the beach in our sarongs and grab take away coffees and cone packages fries from the flying fish cafe and finally the best bit .. we breath in that beautiful sea air .

  • donna allen says:

    Innes National Park SA. Had a wonderful road trip there with friends.. Seen so much of this beautiful coastline and Aussie land of ours. We are so lucky SA Rocks! 🙂

  • donna allen says:

    Innes National Park. Road trip with friends.. Seen so much of this beautiful coastline and Aussie land of ours. We are so lucky. SA Rocks

  • Kelly Caon says:

    The Clare valley because four years ago on a romantic weekend away there the love of my life asked me to marry him.

  • Kathryn says:

    My fav da holiday would be to the Barossa where my husband and I spent our first weekend away ever..

  • Tali says:

    Stokes Bay, KI. Summer fun for all ages on the beach. Rockpools with cleaner shrimp for the little ones and bug breaks for the adults!

  • Megan Endicott says:

    Staying at McCracken at Victor Harbor then down to Port Elliot for lunch at Horseshoe bay. Brings back Wedding memories for us and the children.

  • Samantha Allen-Stephens says:

    I love the Barossa Valley as it’s beautiful, scenic and family friendly as well as having LOTS of wine 😉

  • Paulene says:

    Often not the location but the loved ones you spend time with. Having to choose its Clare Valley hands down. Wine, cheese, scenery and relaxation just brilliant.

  • kellie ryder says:

    Pt lincoln have always wanted to go swimming with the sharks and heard its amazing there

  • Rose liston says:

    Rapid bay. Crystal clear water, cheap camp sites with beach front access, long jetty for fishing and walking, a hidden gem. Paradise at our doorstep.

  • Diana Fowler says:

    Hahndorf! Love visiting “Coco Marie” the natural/locally made skincare shop! And I have been following “Chocolate no.5” on Facebook – absolutely must try them!

  • Greg Crawley says:

    Coober Pedy doesn’t get much recognition. I’ve visited CP B4. My wife not. Would love to share some time with my wife in CP.

  • Clare Lindop says:

    The Clare Valley, not only my name sake but a beautiful place to relax and unwind in many B&B’s and the wine is just amazing!

  • Clare Lindop says:

    Check out the amazing B&B at Al-Ru Farm, One Tree Hill, romantic spot for a wedding too, lived in the area for years and need to tell the world what an awesome place it is, enjoy!!

  • Cath says:

    Barmera North Lake Caravan Park – Tent, campfire, sand, water, carp fishing and “forever” memories – Total serenity!! 🙂

  • Charlotte Bassett says:

    A road trip to Port Lincoln to swim with the beautiful giants of the ocean – the striking colours of regional SA and quaint coastal towns <3

  • Adrian says:

    Port Lincoln on the Eyre Peninsula- the perfect combination of rugged nature and beautiful ocean, and the country’s finest seafood, all in the one destination!

  • Ben Heaslip says:

    My favourite destination is Port Lincoln. I would love to surprise my partner with a shark swim as she has never been to the EP.

  • Sue MacDonald says:

    Love love love Beachport… so relaxing, friendly and quaint. A great pet friendly place aw well. Enjoyed by the whole/extended family at Easter.

  • Holly Parham says:

    Corny Point SA. The beach is perfect and the small town is quiet and full of lovely people, makes your holiday so much more relaxing.

  • Andrea Lind says:

    We love the Barossa! Those old trees planted down the roads ? vineyards, markets, quirky shops. Love to take our new born baby girl there soon!

  • Gabrielle Vigar says:

    Port Elliott. Love the history. Love Horseshoe Bay. And who doesnt love the Flying Fish Cafe and the Port Elliott Bakery. Great place to spend the day. Great place to spend a week.

  • Kathryn says:

    So many amazing places to go in SA! But one of our faves is Moonta Bay on the Yorkes Peninsula. Love it there ?

  • Amy says:

    Second Valley – a place that sets me back in time, not worrying or planning, just relaxing & taking in the scenery! #lifeenjoyments #bestofsa #noplacelikesecondvalley

  • Erica Beaucage-Gauvreau says:

    Eyre Peninsula (Port Lincoln and Coffin Bay) : Oysters, Beaches, Views, Swim with the Seals, Shark Dive, Seafood. No need to say more!

  • Lisa Hannagan says:

    Barossa Valley for its automatic sense of peace, calm and romance. Plus all the food, wine, fun and exploring to be had!

  • Tegan says:

    The Fleurieu region is everything we want it to be.
    We love the produce, great wine and time by the sea.

  • Delvene Mathie says:

    Adventures at Flinders Ranges & Robe with my the kids. Would love to add Riverland with romantic weekend with the hubby – river, wine and dine.

  • Abby says:

    The Adelaide Hills. Where else in the world has a giant Rocking Horse, iconic wine AND german sausage!

  • Rachel Charles says:

    The Barossa Valley is hands down my favourite place, the wineries, the cheese sellers and the cute cafes are all right up my alley.

  • Mt Crawford forest camping with the extended family,quite an adventure with6 adults, 9 kids and a toilet with a drop hole ?

  • Alexia says:

    I would love the chance to win an SA holiday experience with my fiancé ?

  • Sarah says:

    Hahndorf, because it beautiful all year round with lots to do in the area. Art, wine, walks, great food, a perfect getaway.

  • julie says:

    We just love holidaying in the Barossa Valley – we always return rested and rejuvinated after enjoying local food, wine and gorgeous scenery

  • Amanda says:

    We love Clare Valley -great food, wine, beer, shops, bnb’s. Everything you want in one area ?

  • Kim Nutt says:

    Waking up to the sound of the ocean while camping on the Eyre Peninsula was a highlight growing up. I’d love to experience that again.

  • Berenice Lawrence says:

    We love lake Bonny, the view is divine, you can ,swim and fish and camp next to the lake.

  • Jo Manuel says:

    Moonta! We go yearly, and next year we are lucky enough to take our newborn there on their first family holiday!

  • Tash says:

    Maternity bras I’ve thrown out the window,
    Sampling the worlds finest in Barossa Valley,
    Kids at the grandparents and the wine continually flows!

  • Karen Kurczak says:

    Black Point- original tin shacks on Millionaires Row, ocean at your door. Fresh cooked blueys, shucking oysters and cold bubbles. Heavenly haven anytime of year.

  • Anne Huggins says:

    McLaren Vale – my hubby and I love everything about the area, the wineries, the atmosphere but still close enough to go to Victor or Pt Elliott (the Bakery) – everything in a nutshell.

  • Georgina Dean says:

    Pt Elliot. Relaxing, beautiful and meaningful to my family

  • Lisa says:

    Neither myself or my soon to be husband have been to Port Lincoln before & both talk about if often.. #dreaming

  • Mikaela says:

    Oakbank in the Adelaide Hills. It is absolutely beautiful and gives me the chance to eat and drink at all of the surrounding wineries with my adeladies x

  • Emily Williams says:

    Moonta Bay
    What a fine way
    To spend a summers day!

  • Nicole Bailey says:

    Our favorite destination is Victor Hatbour. Right at the beach, beauty at every turn and so much to see and do.

  • Simone Treloar says:

    Pike River in the Riverland. Picturesque views, so much fresh produce, wonderful and unique restaurants, and many fun activities in the area.

  • Carmel Scassa says:

    Victor Harbor, just far enough away to feel like a get away but close enough to spend great week end away.

  • Jee says:

    The Fleurieu. All of it.

  • Rach says:

    Mannum. It’s not too far from anywhere, instantly feel relaxed as soon as you arrive and so many options of ways to explore.

  • Tresche Murphy says:

    Kangaroo Island. Last time family together as my 18 year old son died the next day in a car accident RIP Jacob 2016.

  • Narelle Abbie says:

    The Flinders Ranges, whether you are camping or glamping, it’s the perfect escape from reality and technology, to get back to nature and enjoy bushwalking, fishing or just relaxing

  • Annelee Lee says:

    We love the Yorke Peninsula. Such a beautiful place to spend a relaxing few days or few weeks. There’s so much to do or nothing.

  • Hailey guttilla says:

    Kangaroo island! Nothing beats camping under millions of stars, wandering the islands countless beaches and exploring all of the delicious wine and foods on offer 🙂

  • Chelsea says:

    The Barossa. My fiancé was diagnosed with cancer. We went to the Barossa and it took us to a whole new place. A happier place.

  • jinita shah says:

    Flinders Ranges and Beyond is an epic path, within its confines lies a fortune of prized natural wonders.

  • Jenni Taylor says:

    Port Lincoln. Beautiful coast, great place to relax and loads to do excellent place for family holiday.

  • Theresa Clark says:

    favourite is by the sea, so that you really feel you are away. Winery trips are vital as well to sip by the sea.

  • Belinda says:

    Anwhere in SA is lovely but made beautiful when my family is with me so I’m happy to be anywhere in our gorgeous state.

  • Mt. Gambier beautiful lakes, limestones, volcanic landscapes and awesome memories with my husband and 3 beautiful children. Great place and fun times with family.

  • Kayla says:

    Teal Flat on the Murray River. It’s a little secluded spot we go camping right on the river. Such a quiet & tranquil spot.

  • Bradley John Ferguson says:

    Wallaroo for sure! Not only do we get to see our girl’s nanny and poppy but so many fun memories to enjoy with the family.

  • Julie says:

    Second valley! Best kept secret in SA.

  • Lisa says:

    The Limestone Coast is the best getaway from the hustle and bustle of everyday, the wineries and its coastline are what make it so fine.

  • Tanya Marin says:

    The Barossa is our favourite SA holiday destination. Family, fun, frivolity and fantastic foods. Throw in Rockford’s wines and some sunshine – sheer bliss and perfection!

  • Michelle Mrazek says:

    I spent every summer on KI at my grandparents house, I cherish those memories. Sharing this special place with my kids is an amazing experience.

  • Natasha says:

    We love the Yorke Peninsula as its great for fishing and relaxing and easily accessed. Would love to try kangaroo island though

  • Sophie says:

    Kangaroo Island…My husband and i have our 1st wedding anniversary end of November and we need to escape this weather! We want to fish, sand board, relax, eat and sunbake and what better place to do this!!

  • Skye says:

    The West Coast. I was sent there for work and couldn’t of got a more picturesque location! The people, beaches and food are amazing. The whales at Fowlers Bay was a highlight!

  • Jess says:

    The riverlands – because after years of family trips going up there with friends, the boat and a couple of knee boards, it feels like coming home. ⛺️??

  • Amy Brown says:

    The Barossa any time of year is amazing, but Gourmet Weekend in September takes the cake … and cheese …and wine … and so much good food!!

  • Holly says:

    Any of South Australia’s stunning beaches: the soft sand, lapping waves, the joy of kids exclamations as they discover beach treasures: pure magic

  • Kyveli arharidis says:

    Port Victoria, stayed there a few times on our block of land, in our caravan, but unfortunately we had to sell it all. So it would be lovely to show the grand children where there parents stayed. Place is beautiful always.

  • Jamila Gencarelli says:

    Robe. I’d love to take my partner for his birthday. His late father took him lobster catching when he was younger. It would be special.

  • Priya says:

    Earlier this spring we picked out some Woodside cheeses, Adelaide Hills, chose a wine from Skillogalee, Clare Valley then took our goods to Maggie Beer Farm, Barossa where we had a delicious picnic looking out over their beautiful pond!

  • Tj weir says:

    Marion Bay at Yorke Penninsula! There’s always a private hidden retreat with your own beach. Where else in the world can u do that?

  • Nicole Kitching says:

    McLaren Vale is the destination I’d go.
    Impressive views, delicious food, even better shiraz; how could I say no?

    My belly always leaves full & happy, as does my mind. It’s my go-to, to escape the daily grind.

  • Ebony Reid says:

    Have just moved from Brisbane so we are just starting to explore SA but I have always wanted to take the family to Kangaroo Island!

  • Rachel Hunt says:

    The Pines, Yorke Peninsula. Growing up riding our rusty vintage bikes to the General store for icecream and lollies. Simply the best!

  • Angela Luppino says:

    We love visiting wallaroo its so peacefull! Its nice to experience not only besch life but also farming. There is so much to see and learn about at wallaroo

  • Annie says:

    Awoken from a dream of what seems too good to be true!
    But exists!
    Just a skip to the Island of Kangaroos!
    ADVENTURE AWAITS!!

  • Natalie Fricker says:

    With quaint B&B’s, amazing local produce and some of the best wineries in the country, Barossa Valley is my favourite weekend getaway.

  • Yaisa Nio says:

    Smoky, Streaky, Coffin Bay?
    Goolwa, Renmark, Padthaway?
    Coober Pedy, not bad either
    Flinders, Hahndorf or KI,
    How to choose, oh my oh my…

  • Rachael says:

    Too many places to narrow it down! Once I win I’ll share my destination with you all! ?

  • Carolyn Mazzeo says:

    Definitely the Barossa Valley…. great wine, great food and a great way to spend the day with friends ?

  • Simone says:

    Mount Gambier as it was my first holiday away with my boyfriend to celebrate our anniversary and his birthday ?

  • Kate Taylor says:

    The Yorke Peninsula, home to Fishermans Bay – my little slice of paradise. This hidden gem is home to many of my most cherished childhood memories.

  • Jemma says:

    Hahndorf is beautiful, the people are absolutley lovely. Favourite place for a little parents retreat ?

  • Christina Gerber says:

    Barossa wine region. Still close enough to the city. Scenery so beautiful, and with quality food and wine

  • Anneke says:

    I grew up on the Murray and miss it so would love to take the family for a river holiday.

  • Jolanda says:

    PORT WILLUNGA.

    Beach, Food, Wine, Markets, Community.

    Everything so close but also far enough away to be able to r.e.l.a.x.

  • Natasha says:

    K.I Ive got fond memories of visiting as a child & would love to return to experience the scenery, animals, food and wine!

  • Caitlin says:

    Kangaroo Island because it has amazing wildlife, beautiful beaches and delicious food and wine.

  • Stephanie says:

    The Barossa. Wine, dine, hike, explore and stumble across the most beautiful hidden gems like a random field of lillies. Nothing better.

  • christelle says:

    Being a full time mom, personal carer and student i havent had any holidays but i would love to visit kangaroo island!

  • Helen Curtis says:

    I’d love to take my 3 boys to Halls Gap, camping with the kangaroos and kookaburras! And friends, of course!

  • Lea Anita Black says:

    Hahndof as it is beautiful and so Green the best I have seen and not yet been!

  • Nada gagliardi says:

    I have amazing childhood memories of Victor Harbour with my parents, as a new mum I would love to create new memories with my child.

  • Carly says:

    kangaroo island, the home of my fam. I always leave there feeling happy & tanned. I’d love to get back there, soon as i can x

  • Rebecca says:

    Thistle Island SA. Beach getaway without the crowds and with an endless supply of fresh crayfish ?

  • Ashleigh says:

    Port Elliot #relax #sunshine #breathe #escape #beach #sandcastles #fishandchips #portelliotbakery #familytime #whereisaidyes #love #MylocalKI

  • Ashleigh says:

    Port Elliot #relax #sunshine #breathe #escape #beach #sandcastles #fishandchips #portelliotbakery #familytime #whereisaidyes #love #MylocalKI

  • El Heath says:

    Anywhere without mobile and internet access, so we make the most of each other’s company and turn off all the distractions ?

  • Benjamin Franco says:

    Mt Gambier, and literally because of the infamous biggest and the best tasting steak in the world at The Barn.

  • Brooke says:

    I love Kangaroo Island for its food, its beaches and ITS LIGHTHOUSES! Please let me experience this place 12 years on from my last visit!

  • Kerryn Fry says:

    Camping in the Flinders Ranges is my fav getaway but I also love the beach and can’t wait to explore SA’s coastline

  • Linna P says:

    Flinders Ranges = Spectacular drive. Beautiful hikes. Breathtaking views. Enough said!

  • Judi Adams says:

    a day at the wineries in clare, with my lovely man to share, is just where, I’d like to be without a care

  • Jane Heath says:

    Coastal self-drive road trip to York Peninsula, the beautiful paths so much to be discovered cliffs, bays, beaches, wildlife and eateries. Re-visiting this place is about creating new memories with my family.

  • Michelle Hawken says:

    We South Aussies are so blessed and spoilt for choice-all in our beautiful backyard. Magical Fleurieu Peninsula-views,beaches,fishing,food,wines-WORLD CLASS.

  • Bonnie Wootton says:

    Currency Creek with hubby! It has enough land for the city dogs to explore and meet kangaroos! And now our newborn can come too!

  • Mickey Longmore says:

    Kangaroo Island! I have lived in SA for 6 years and still haven’t been. Very keen to see this amazing place.

  • Jessica says:

    Caravanning at Moonta Bay every year with my grandparents. Swimming in the jetty pool and ice cream. Memories I will cherish forever.

  • Natasha says:

    The Riverland because my family live there and every time I visit I discover or see something new about the place I haven’t before.

  • Stacey says:

    Adelaide hills- such a beautiful place with so much to see and do ! It’s a place to go to to destress and to breath in the fresh air

  • Denise Ackers says:

    Port Elliott because it is small but quaint, things in easy walking distance and there is water near by – so relaxing.

  • Elisabeth Pengelley says:

    Flinders Ranges for incredible scenery, wildlife, starry nights, hiking & exploring, campfires, historical sites, stunning sunsets – a blissful escape from city living.

  • Mick G says:

    Anywhere on our beautiful Yorke Peninsula. Heaps to do and see and filled with friendly, like minded people

  • Sue says:

    Victor Harbor so close to home but so much to do or just relax.

  • Simone Lou says:

    I would love to go to Port Elliot it’s a beautiful place the beach is stunning .

  • Merina Pannunzio says:

    Yorke Peninsula is our favourite place
    Escaping the city and rat race
    Golfing, Fishing, Beaches, Sand
    With sunblock, Drinks, and great books on hand

  • Donna says:

    Coober Pedy is weird and wonderful. The tiny underground town is full of warmth and humour. Hit the working opal mine before the underground pub.

  • Michelle Taylor says:

    We love the adelaide Hills cottages. private and restful but yet so close to hahndorf and the rest of adelaide hills. ???☕

  • Melissa Carter says:

    Without thinking, it’s Port Lincoln. Shucks, they have the best oysters and guided tours. From Whalers Way to Coffin Bay, it’s SA’s best holiday.

  • Kate Hoskin says:

    Id love to explore Kangaroo Island with a friend as I have never been but heard its fabulous so what better why to explore our wonderful State.

  • Sarah W says:

    I haven’t been on many SA holidays but would love to experience someplace with beautiful scenery, local animals and great food. So probably anywhere in SA!

  • Stacey-Marie Atkinson says:

    Kangaroo Island! All the people I love are there, snorkelling, seals, native wildlife. The red wine and gin. Best of all- KI Cup.

  • Steph Jenetsky says:

    One of my favourites would have to be Middleton. Growning up we would go there for long weeks enjoy the walking trails, surf and serenity.

  • Mel Butterworth says:

    McLaren Vale… so much to see and do! Soak in the sea, indulge in amazing produce and delight in some of SA’s best wine x

  • Kathy says:

    Random but truly an experience not to be missed is Cooper Peddy , a place like no other.Like being on the moon!

  • Vanessa says:

    Barossa!
    Peaceful, great food, wine and shops.
    Perfect weekend getaway. ??

  • Cat S says:

    Fleurieu Peninsula, so many places to enjoy.. from Goolwa to Victor, Second valley to Yankalilla. Lovely beaches, wildlife, cafes, wineries and markets. Love it ♡♡

  • Taryn says:

    Deep Dreek conservation park
    So many amazing hiking trails, cool camping spots and overall great for the whole family

  • Leigh Mack says:

    Victor Harbour is only a short drive from Adelaide to enjoy restaurants, the arts, shopping and sight seeing. How lucky are we!

  • Melissa Wilkes says:

    Victor Harbour, because I live on a cattle
    Station a busier break is what I love.
    Great eats, sights and a hub to so much more.

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