South Australia’s islands and gulf waters are amongst the best-kept secrets of the Australian coastline. With 5000km of deserted shoreline and more than 300 islands, there’s a huge diversity of natural wilderness to explore including spectacular bays and beaches, remote islands and stunning sea cliffs. Best of all, most of it is wild and unspoilt. That means there’s a real sense of adventure, seclusion and a vast array of wildlife. Many of the islands are important sanctuaries for birds, kangaroos, wallabies, seals and sea lions. Along the way, there are many opportunities to indulge in the tastes of South Australia with fresh local seafood from the source and hand-selected local wines from the renowned South Australian vineyards.