South Australia is recognised as an outstanding producer of premium food and wine and these industries reflect the diversity and unique landscape of country South Australia.

From Kangaroo Island and the Murray River  to the South Australian outback in the Flinders Ranges, the state is unique and spectacular with places of great cultural, natural and spiritual significance. World Heritage Listed caves are found at Naracoorte on the Limestone Coast.

The South Australian coastline is more than 3,800 kilometres long and is punctuated by towns, beaches, cliffs and jetties. Many coastal regions offer quality wines and fresh produce, including local seafood spread across the Fleurieu Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula and Eyre Peninsula.

Explore more of South Australia and a great selection of South Australia maps are available here.


A safe and welcoming place

Adelaide prides itself as a family friendly city and has been recently rated Australia's safest city, with a lowest crime rate than any other capital city according to the 2013 Suncorp Bank Family Friendly City Report.

There are programs like Neighbourhood Watch, which encourages people to take positive steps in their neighbourhood to prevent themselves and neighbours from victims of crime.