Welcome to Australia’s wine country. Home to 18 wine regions, each with their own special offering of delicious produce and endless opportunity to sample! From famous names and some of the world’s oldest vines in the Barossa, to family-owned wineries in the Clare Valley and biodynamic wines in McLaren Vale; there are so many unique winery experiences and stories to discover. Our cosmopolitan capital city of Adelaide has over 200 cellar doors within a one-hour drive and is renowned as one of the Great Wine Capitals of the World. So whether you’re fond of a sumptuous shiraz or a refreshing rosé, grab a glass and get planning. South Australia is waiting!
Sip your way through South Australia
Wine, Kangaroos and Southern Sights
Experience South Australia from the comfort of your own motorhome with this 10-night adventure. Combine Adelaide with a leisurely self-drive around the wildlife haven of Kangaroo Island. Then take in the stunning outback beauty of the Flinders Ranges. In between the island and outback, stop off in two exceptional wine regions, the Barossa and the Clare Valley. Includes 2 nights’ accommodation, 9 days Maui motorhome hire, return Kangaroo Island ferry transfers and a winery experience from GBP£665pp (international flights excluded).
The Ultimate South Australia Wine Tour
Take in four of South Australia’s world-class wine regions on a self-drive holiday to remember. Start in Adelaide before travelling just an hour north to the Barossa to sample the famous produce and meet the friendly locals. Then carry on further north to the secluded Clare Valley, before looping back down south and visiting McLaren Vale, staying in boutique accommodation throughout. Includes 6 nights’ B&B accommodation, 7 days car hire and winery experiences from GBP£1729pp (international flights included).
South Australia’s Wine and Outback Self-Drive
Discover the best of South Australia’s regions with this high-end self-drive itinerary. Starting in Adelaide, spend 3 days enjoying the city’s incredible food and arts scenes as well as a luxury 4WD day trip to the stunning Fleurieu Peninsula. Then carry on to Kangaroo Island to get up close to wildlife in the wild, before heading north for an epic outback adventure in the Flinders Ranges. Stop off in the Clare Valley on your way up, then after some outback wandering, finish this trip the right way with a night in the world-famous Barossa Valley. Includes 8 nights’ boutique accommodation, 5 days car hire, luxury day tours and winery experiences from GBP£3,605pp (international flights included).
Plan your visit Wine Regions
From hillside vineyards growing world-famous cool climate whites in the Adelaide Hills to the lower fertile country of Connawarra's terra rossa, or the lush flood plains of Langhorne Creek and Mediterranean climate of McLaren Vale, discover South Australia's wine regions.
McLaren Vale Wine
Just a 45-minute drive south of Adelaide, Mclaren Vale boasts more than 80 wineries on the doorstep of the Fleurieu Peninsula’s stunning coastline and sandy beaches.
The Barossa is home to more than 150 wineries, 6th generation winemakers and the world's oldest, continuously producing Shiraz, Grenache, Mataro, Cabernet Sauvignon and Semillon vines.
Adelaide Hills Wine
The verdant valleys and changing seasons of the Adelaide Hills yield some of the world's most sought-after cool climate wines including Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc.
Clare Valley Wine
Five-star wineries are scattered throughout the Clare Valley; its signature wine, Riesling, is among the world’s best. More than 50 cellar doors between the towns of Auburn and Clare, along a stunning 40km corridor.
Eden Valley Wine
Flanked by the Barossa and Adelaide Hills, Eden Valley is a boutique wine region where hillsides are contoured with vineyards and a handful of cellar doors sit nestled in the valleys.
Langhorne Creek Wine
Home to the oldest recorded Cabernet Sauvignon vines in the world and fifth-generation winemaking families, the fertile flood plains of Langhorne Creek produce some of South Australia's most premium wine grapes.
With vines stretching from the sprawling banks of the Murray River to the edges of the outback, the Riverland is the largest grape growing region in South Australia, home to Banrock Station, Angove Family Winemakers and Salena Estate.