Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Sightseeing Tours Australia is now offering tours in South Australia


South Australia is home to some of the most stunning scenery in the country, as well as some of the best cultural attractions. From the arty streets of Adelaide and the rolling vineyards of Barossa Valley, to the incredible wildlife on Kangaroo Island, we’re now offering tours to this spectacular part of Australia. Our new selection of tours gives you the chance to discover South Australia from every angle, whether you’re a wine enthusiast, an animal lover, or on the hunt for some cultural encounters.  
Adelaide Tours

Our Adelaide Tours show you the rich heritage of the city, whisking you past impressive buildings and exposing you to the best restaurants, galleries, and activities in town.

As well as discovering some of the hot spots in the city, we also take you into the beautiful Adelaide Hills, where you can marvel at the remarkable views and visit age-old towns that hark back to yesteryear. The oldest German settlement in the region, Hahndorf, is a firm favourite on our tours through Adelaide. Here, visitors can explore the cobbled streets, refuel with a bratwurst from the local pub, and get to know the expansive history that characterizes the region.

Barossa Wine Tours

The Barossa Valley is one of the most famous wine regions in the world, and our Barossa

Wine Tours give you the chance to experience it in all its glory. As well as taking you through rolling hills studded with picturesque vineyards, you’ll have the chance to sample wine in some of the world’s best-loved wineries, including Jacob’s Creek, Penfolds, and Rockford, and tour some of the grand chateaus that characterize the area. There’s also plenty for foodies to enjoy here, too, with a selection of contemporary restaurants serving everything from traditional Australian cuisine with a modern twist, to Asian delights.

Kangaroo Island Tours

Kangaroo Island is a haven of wildlife, with its pristine beaches, lush forests, and its
abundance of native species that wander around of their own accord. Our Kangaroo Island Tours give visitors the chance to get up close and personal with nature, including walking amongst seals that flop about on the beach, hand feeding wallabies and kangaroos, and spotting unusual bird species as they hop from treetop to treetop.

You’ll also get to soak up the incredible views of Cape Jervis as we pass through it on our way to the island – the crystal clear waters here are some of the best in the country.

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