South Australia | Experience Oz Travel Blog - Part 2

South Australia

Top 10 Things to do on Rainy Days in Adelaide, SA

In terms of Australia's capital cities, Adelaide stands as one of the more predictable destinations as far as weather goes, which makes planning travel or activities a more reliable prospect. South Australia's

7 Exciting Rainy Day Activities Around Australia

When the rain starts pouring down, your plans don’t have to be ruined, the fun just has to move indoors. There is a range of viable options to pass the time when

The Best Places in Australia to Visit in January

The turn of a new year in Australia throughout much of the country also brings along with it a significant bump in the thermometer readings, as summer is in full swing and

Top 10 Things to do in Victor Harbor, SA

Located on the southern coast of the Fleurieu Peninsula in South Australia, Victor Harbor is a popular destination for road trippers travelling around the state and day-trippers escaping the city of Adelaide.

Top 10 Things to do in Hahndorf, SA

One of Australia’s most unique towns, Hahndorf is one of the last remaining German migration townships in the country. Still alive with the sound of clinking beer steins, the sound of fresh

Top 10 Things to do in the Barossa Valley, SA

In terms of wine regions that have helped contribute to putting Australia's top drops firmly on the international stage, South Australia's Barossa Valley ranks amongst the first in its class. While it

20 Pictures proving Australia does Winter Best

While it’s got a reputation for beaches and summer, Australia still punches above its weight in winter, too. Check out what’s awesome about Aussie winters here.

14 Unique Experiences for Foodies in Australia

As most would agree, great food and great scenery are often two of travel’s top priorities, so combining the two is an obvious match made in heaven. Enjoying a delicious meal is

Jenolan Caves NSW

The Best Places in Australia to Visit in June

June marks the official beginning of winter in Australia - and although certain southerly locations get quite cold, Australian winters are generally far milder than many other non-tropical locations throughout the world.