South Australia is home to the 100km-long Bunda Cliffs facing the Great Australian Bight, the empty expanse of the arid Nullarbor Plain and the red dunes of the Simpson Desert. Adelaide, nicknamed “City of Churches”, is known for its rich culture, and is neighboured by the Barossa Valley vineyards and the beaches of the Fleurieu Peninsula. South Australia celebrates life’s finer things: fine landscapes, fine festivals, fine food, and fine wine. The Adelaide Hills is full of gorgeous valley folds, old-fangled towns and cool-climate vineyards. The fabulous McLaren Vale wine region (famous for shiraz…), is a day trip away. Further a field, Kangaroo Island’s wildlife, forests and seafood await just offshore.