Aboriginal Bark Paintings
Wide array of indigenous art at Tandanya, the National Aboriginal Institute.
In the 1929 sandstone Old Railway Building on North Terrace.
Adelaide City Skyline
Pastel colors imbue the city with warmth.
Adelaide from the Air
A bird's-eye view of the capital of South Australia.
Old Parliament House
Close to the Festival Centre between the Torrens and North Terrace.
ADELAIDE HILLS / BAROSSA VALLEY
Bethany was the first German settlement in the Barossa.
Casks Piled High
An indication of the popularity of Barossa Valley wines.
An imposing structure born in the ruins of a 19th century winery and flour mill.
Grape Picking in the Barossa
A typical scene in the grape harvest season.
Greenock Creek Winery
Wine tasting is a familiar ritual in the Barossa Valley.
Have a Date at Seppelts
Palm-fringed lane at the Seppelts winery.
Mt Lofty Lookout
Right at the summit of Mt Lofty for panoramic views of the Adelaide Hills.
Nestled in the Seppelts Garden
A family mausoleum right in a winery complex.
A section of the grape-growing areas in Seppeltsfield.
Suddenly You're in the Valley
Coming from the hills, you see Barossa Valley unfold.
Tanunda Countryside Church
Right in the heart of the Barossa Valley.
FLEURIEU PENINSULA / KANGAROO ISLAND
Fleurieu Peninsula Coast
A string of secluded beaches and picturesque coves all along a scenic coast.
Fleurieu Peninsula Steam Train
One of the colorful back-to-the-past modes of transport connecting some towns of the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Kangaroo Island Beach
Unspoilt beach on Kangaroo Island, a ferry ride away from Cape Jervis on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
McLaren Vale Vineyard
Just south of Adelaide, a Fleurieu Peninsula vineyard at McLaren Vale.
Picnic on Kangaroo Island
Visitors on Kangaroo Island have a choice of fine picnic spots which bring them closer to the very heartbeat of the sea and the wonders of Nature.
Seal of Approval
Visitors on Kangaroo Island have a close encounter with seals and give them their seal of approval.
Seals on Kangaroo Island
A pair of seals come out of the water on a Kangaroo Island beach. Colonies of seals live on the island.