Places to stay in South Australia Frequently asked questions
Where can I find accommodation in popular regions of South Australia?
In South Australia, you'll find a wide range of places to stay. Get back to nature, camping under the starry night sky or immerse yourself in culture-rich city life by staying at luxurious hotels including the Mayfair Hotel and The Oval Hotel at Adelaide Oval. Kangaroo Island, the Barossa, Flinders Ranges and Outback, Adelaide Hills and the Riverland are home to some of the most luxurious accommodation in Australia including a number of the Luxury Lodges of Australia properties. If you want to simply relax, try disconnecting yourself completely on-board a Murray River houseboat, or surround yourself in nature or beachside in the Eyre Peninsula, Limestone Coast or Yorke Peninsula.
Where can I find the best caravan and camping grounds in South Australia?
South Australia is home to plenty of caravan and camping grounds including free campsites, dog-friendly campgrounds and luxury glamping experiences. The Flinders Ranges, Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula and Kangaroo Island are some of the most popular spots for camping and caravanning or go glamping in the Barossa, Adelaide Hills and Clare Valley.
Where are the best apartments in Adelaide?
Whether you’re looking for a self-contained or serviced apartment, there are plenty of places to stay in Adelaide. In the city, you’ll find apartments near the Central Markets, perched above Rundle Mall, within stumbling distance of the best bars, or just a stone’s throw from Adelaide Oval in North Adelaide. Minutes from the city, beachfront apartments await in Glenelg including Seawall Apartments and the Stamford Grand.
Which parts of Adelaide can I find winery accommodation?
South Australia is flanked by incredible wine regions just minutes from city. For winery accommodation within reach of Adelaide, the Adelaide Hills, McLaren Vale, Barossa Valley and Clare Valley are all an easy drive away and home to a range of winery accommodation options. Or venture a little further to the Limestone Coast and cosy up surrounded by the famed vineyards of the Coonawarra. From 5-star luxury to cosy b&bs, glamping experiences and cabins tucked in nature, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to winery accommodation in Adelaide.
Which parts of South Australia can I find beachfront accommodation?
With endless pristine coastline and postcard-worthy beaches in South Australia, it’s easy to find jaw-dropping beachfront accommodation. Just minutes from the city, beachfront hotels and beach houses line the Glenelg esplanade, while a little further down the coast more seaside accommodation options await on the Fleurieu Peninsula, just minutes from vineyards of McLaren Vale. You’ll find some of the most secluded and jaw-dropping seafront places to stay on Kangaroo Island, while the Yorke Peninsula is where to head for coastal vibes and holiday homes. The Eyre Peninsula and Limestone Coast are also popular seaside destinations home to unique beachfront accommodation as well as caravan and camping grounds by the sea.
Where can I find holiday accommodation in Kangaroo Island and the Barossa Valley?
From 5-star luxury to winery and beachfront accommodation, there are plenty of places to stay in the Barossa Valley and Kangaroo Island. The towns of Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Angaston are popular spots for a weekend getaway in the Barossa and are home to many accommodation options including winery accommodation, cottages and b&bs. On Kangaroo Island, you’ll find holiday homes, caravan parks, camping grounds and luxury retreats all over the island, with many around the townships of Penneshaw, Kingscote and American River. Vivonne Bay and Stokes Bay are popular destinations for beachfront accommodation.