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1 Jan 2018

A free WiFi network has been rolled out across South Australia to allow connected travellers to journey further.

Nine out of 60 hotspots have already been switched on from the Adelaide Hills to Kangaroo Island, with another 51 hotspots due to be rolled-out in the coming months.

WiFi hotspots are now available in Hahndorf in the Adelaide Hills; at Victor Harbor and Moana on the Fleurieu Peninsula; in Angaston in the Barossa, at Moonta Bay on the Yorke Peninsula; at Tailem Bend along the Murray River; at Port MacDonnell on the Limestone Coast and at Kingscote on Kangaroo Island.

See the full list of South Australia's WiFi hotspots here.

Hahndorf, Adelaide Hills

The free WiFi network is thanks to a partnership between the South Australian Tourism Commission and Telstra Air, Australia’s largest WiFi network.

Existing Telstra Air customers will also benefit from unlimited WiFi data at new hotspot locations and can connect automatically using the Telstra Air App.

Once the rollout is completed, visitors and locals will be encouraged to get out to the regions and use the new WiFi service to share their travels using #SeeSouthAustralia.