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A microcosm of Australia itself, this sometimes overlooked state deserves more attention. Within its borders, visitors can experience everything good about this wonderful nation - fine food and wine, art and culture, natural and Aboriginal history, fishing and diving, cities and outback, rivers and beaches.
A historic landmark in Adelaide, The Mercure Grosvenor provides value for money and is a great base from which to explore the city and its surrounds. Adelaide is easy to discover in a series of short walks, with trams to Glenelg for a great beach and lively cafés on Jetty Road. After a day's sightseeing and shopping, head to the Federal restaurant and bar with contemporary dining and modern Australian cuisine.
On Adelaide’s bustling North Terrace
Right on Adelaide’s bustling North Terrace, the stylish, boutique style Sebel Playford offers a blend of classical hotel styling combined with contemporaneous luxury flourishes. Opposite the convention centre and casino and convenient for the main shopping and restaurant malls, the hotel is also host to the award-winning Playford Restaurant and the sophisticated Lounge Bar with atmospheric Art Nouveau surroundings.
Romantic vineyard retreat
The food and wine experience is the highlight of a visit to The Louise. This idyllic vineyard retreat offers a combination of luxury accommodation, sweeping views, world-class service and exceptional fine dining matched with the best wines of the Barossa, Australia and the iconic wines of the world.
This well-run bush resort is the only accommodation inside the Flinders Ranges National Park.
The highlight of South Australia’s Flinders Ranges National Park, Wilpena Pound is a stunning natural amphitheatre set among the astonishing hues of an 800 million year-old quartzite and limestone outcrop that’s sacred to the Adnyamathanha people and rich in wildlife. Kangaroos and emus roam freely at this resort, which offers the only accommodation in the park and is sensitively constructed to blend in with its remarkable environment.
This contemporary retreat is a luxurious base from which to explore Australia’s very own Galapagos.
With its stylish design that cleverly blends in to the rugged wilderness, breathtaking ocean views, locally sourced premium cuisine and a signature itinerary of guided island excursions, Southern Ocean Lodge showcases Australian luxury travel at its best. And its location is special – the great outdoors live up to their name with a Galapagos-sized contingent of endemic and unusual wildlife.
Riverside location and award-winning restaurants
This welcming hotel offer guests a home away from home to explore this beautiful city. There are two award-winning restaurants, a cocktail lounge, an outdoor heated swimming pool and breathtaking views of the city. Close by you'll find a plethora of restaurants, bars and boutiques as well as the South Australian Museum.
Beautiful location with great facilities
Nestled amid lush vineyards, the Novotel Barossa Valley is a relaxed retreat home to a plethora of facilities. Relax with a round of golf, around the pool or in the spa, or meet a wine maker at the complimentary daily wine tasting. Alternatively, hire a bike to explore, shoot some hoops or play a game of tennis or badminton.
Secluded and serene, Rawnsley Park Station offers breathtaking views across the Central Flinders Ranges.
An operating sheep station, the family-owned Rawnsley Park Station enjoys a rugged setting at the foot of Wilpena Pound – an impressive natural amphitheatre in the heart of the Flinders Ranges National Park in an area known for its The owners at Rawnsley Park are committed to sustainable tourism, working with the local authorities to protect the diverse vegetation of Rawnsley Bluff, and creating environmentally-friendly villas.
Combining a wildlife-rich wilderness setting with elegant accommodation, Arkaba executes ‘wild luxury’ perfectly.
The Flinders Ranges is one of Australia’s most accessible Outback destinations, and this historic homestead offers a taste of luxury amidst the rugged red landscape. It’s the ideal Australian bush adventure. A guided wilderness programme is included in the cost, with expert field guides showcasing the region’s geological history, wildlife and pastoral heritage on 4x4 safaris and guided bush walks.