South Australia, with its stunning natural beauty, promises a soulful sojourn to all those who wish to explore it by driving their own. This article offers a rundown of state’s popular road drives. Take your pick before grabbing tickets on flights for the Land Down Under.

‘Journey is more important than the destination’ – this phrase fits perfectly with a holiday in South Australia. From fascinating beaches of Kangaroo Island to the magical landscapes of the Flinders Ranges – the glorious Australian state can be best experienced on the road. South Australia features an array of road trips which flaunt an amazing amalgamation of history, nature and adventure. Book your tickets for the land down under and go explore the newfound world.

Across Kangaroo Island

The third largest island in Australia, Kangaroo Island is a treasure trove of untamed natural facets that set keen travellers on a mad scramble for cheap air tickets aboard flights to sojourn here. Start your excursion from Kingscote, the island’s largest city and then head north to the Emu Bay! Expect stunning scenery of secluded beaches, sprawling forests and heap of native wildlife on your way. Add gorgeous Koala Avenue, Kelly Hill Caves and Vivonne Bay to the itinerary and you will surely have a mesmeric experience, well worth the cost of flights and holiday deals.

Adelaide to Yorke Peninsula

Take an easy drive from Adelaide.Make move to the east coast of Gulf St Vincent and get set to experience some of the best natural scenes this Australian region has to offer. Passing through the places like Port Gawler Conservation Park and Port Wakefield will give your eyes and senses an unforgettable treat. Take in the soothing serenity of the Yorke Peninsula before heading up to Port Broughton and discover region’s interesting history! For those of you who like seafood, this trip brings ample opportunities to tuck into an array of delicacies prepared with fresh blue swimmer crabs, crayfish and scallops. Truly, the excursion lives up to every penny spent on air tickets to board Australia bound flights.

Adelaide to Victor Harbour

About 100-kms track from Adelaide to Victoria harbour is another scenic drive one can enjoy in South Australia. The journey passes through a staggering array of natural and historical wonders that few other tracks can match.Noarlunga, a beautiful picnic spot, is one of the prominent stops en route. Take a leisure stroll down the cliffs or on the beach here. The views are amazing and so is the variety of food available in this port city. Victor Harbour is indeed a tourist friendly town and allures many who buy tickets to sojourn Adelaide or surrounding areas in South Australia. Whale watching is the biggest lure for tourists arriving here. Besides, Urimbirra Wildlife Experience and Waitpinga Hill above Encounter Bay are other attractions this lovely part of Australia boasts.

Adelaide to Barossa

Barossa is just an hour’s drive from Adelaide. But as you’re on a road trip, drive easy to relish all that comes in your way! Very soon after you head on the North East Road, you will find yourself amid Australia’s famous wine region. Apart from the heart-touching scenery, what you could find invigorating is wine tasting at some of the region’s wineries. Barosa itself enjoys a charismatic charm and promises whale of a time to all who arrive here after disembarking their flights at Adelaide International Airport. After exploring the city’s unmatched natural and cultural wonderments, you may drive to Mengler Hill Scenic Lookout to gorge on captivating views of the valley and make most of your money invested on flights and holiday deals.

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