Big name music concerts and exciting new outdoor activities are all on offer for visitors to South Australia.

Outdoor enthusiasts and music fans alike will find plenty of reasons to book flights to Adelaide this summer, as the South Australia region is hosting a range of exciting events and activities.

Those looking to try a new watersport are encouraged to check out Xtreme Kites and Paddle, which offers kite boarding and stand-up paddling.

The company’s highly-qualified instructors include company co-owner, Jacqui Hockaday, who is South Australia’s female dual kite surfing champion.

If you prefer to stay dry, then there are plenty of top music concerts planned for the coming months, with both Elton John and Olivia Newton-John due to perform in Adelaide this year.

Visitors to the South Australian city can also explore a new exhibition dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci’s most impressive machines and ambitious designs.

Finally, the normally dry Lake Eyre has flooded this year, leading Australian Traveller magazine to rate this natural habitat as number three in its top 100 Things To Do Before You Die list.

Written by Erin Marshall

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