South Australia / Sites to See, Tourist Attractions & Things To Do
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  • Adelaide: Welcome to the City of Adelaide, gateway to South Australia. For information about What's On in the City, to visit our Visitor's Guide or to learn more about Adelaide please enter.
  • Adelaide Hills: Welcome to the Adelaide Hills - South Australia's most diverse and accessible region. Renowned for great food, fine wines, world-class attractions, quality accommodation and stunning scenery - all 20 minutes from Adelaide.
  • Adelaide Zoo: Adelaide Zoo is open every day of the year from 9.30 a.m. until 5.00 p.m. Prices as at February 1, 2001 are: $13.00/adult, $8.00/child (4 - 14 inclusive), pensioners $11.00, group and other concessions may apply. Entry to the Zoo is via the main gate on Frome Road or through the Children's Zoo gate in Botanic Park.
  • Arkaroola Resort and Wildlife Sanctuary: The Arkaroola Resort and Wildlife Sanctuary is a 610 square kilometre property of spectacular rugged mountains in South Australia's remote 'Outback' which offers a unique range of nature and science based tours and activities.
  • Art Gallery of South Australia: The Art Gallery of South Australia holds one of Australia’s finest art collections, housed in one of Adelaide’s most beautiful historic buildings. It is centrally located on leafy North Terrace between the South Australian Museum and the University of Adelaide, and has been an important cultural focus since its establishment in 1881, only forty-five years after the first European settlers arrived.
  • Belair National Park: Dedicated in 1891, Belair is South Australia's oldest National Park. Located just 25 minutes from the city centre, Belair National Park is a world away in your own back yard.
  • Botanic Gardens: The Botanic Gardens of Adelaide is comprised of three botanic gardens and has served the community of South Australia for more than 140 years. The three botanic gardens, Adelaide, Mount Lofty and Wittunga provide visitors with an exceptional range of cultural, recreational, educational and scientific facilities which enhance people’s enjoyment and understanding of the plant world.
  • Cleland Wildlife Park: Australia’s unique range of marsupials, reptiles, and birds is unsurpassed on any continent on earth. Koalas, kangaroos, wombats, emus, parrots, and goannas to name a few, have all adapted brilliantly to their Australian environment over millions of years. At Cleland Wildlife Park, visitors are encouraged to mingle with, observe, pat, feed, and learn about hundreds of southern Australian native animals.

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