Looking for an adventure? Try a discovery tour. Go surfing, kayaking, hot air ballooning and more. Want something more laid back? Try wine tasting.
Kangaroo Island – flying, kayaking and surfing
If a show is what you want, a show is what you’ll get. Kangaroo Island’s scenery is breathtaking. Take a tour through bushland, to beaches, over rolling hills and around rocky cliffs.
See Kangaroo Island from the sky on a biplane tour. Fly along the Fleurieu Peninsula’s coastline towards Penneshaw. Pass over the beautiful Nepean Bay and the steep cliffs near Reeves Point. See the stunning Vivonne Bay from the air, then pass-by Seal Bay, where Australian sea lions rest and nurse their young.
Try kayaking in sheltered waters. All kayaking equipment is supplied, including stable kayaks and life jackets. Tours specialise in small groups of less than six, with double and single kayaks available.
Wax your board and hit the swells. Kangaroo Island is the perfect place for surfing. You'll find surfing tours taking you to the Island's best beaches. Boards and equipment are included, as well as advice from professionals.
Paddle around our beautiful coast on a self-guided kayaking discovery tour.
Flinders Ranges – four wheel driving, trekking and exploring
through the Flinders Ranges, you’d be forgiven for thinking you were navigating
the unexplored face of Mars. Take a tour and discover silent, dusty red roads bordered by
towering ancient cliffs and deep craters.
Take a tour with an Indigenous guide or drive yourself along the Aboriginal Dreaming Trail. Marvel
at Wilpena Pound – a shockingly large amphitheatre, created through erosion
over millions of years. It is surrounded by ancient mountain ranges, spectacular
gorges and sheltered creeks.
Experience the Flinders Ranges' most spectacular scenery on a four wheel drive tour. Access exclusive roads that showcase the wildlife, geology and history of the region. All tours are conducted by experienced local guides in modern four-wheel drive (4WD) vehicles.
Barossa – wine capital
If you take a tour bus from Adelaide, you’ll be on the road for just over an hour before arriving at the Barossa. Maps and brochures can be picked up at the Barossa Visitor Information Centre, but in all honesty, they’re not necessary. Drive through any Barossa town and you’ll find a cellar door (or five) to explore.
Red wine aficionados will be in heaven. Enjoy a glass by the fire in winter or outdoors in the leafy shade during summer, spring and autumn. Due to its Mediterranean climate (warm summers and mild winters), the Barossa’s Cabernets and Shiraz’ are unbeatable.
Experience the Barossa's incredible scenery on a hot air balloon tour. Early morning flights over the world-renowned wine region are scheduled every day of the year and take place weather permitting. Some tours includes commemorative flight certificates, buffet breakfasts and complimentary sparkling wine. What more could you want?