Sydney and South Australia

On this south Australia holiday, you'll visit vibrant Sydney, stunning Kangaroo Island, rugged Outback, and the vineyards of the Barossa Valley

A south Australia holiday delivers some of the country’s key offerings - wildlife, beach, Outback, and wine. With Sydney as your entry point, this itinerary provides some of the most quintessential Aussie experiences without flying circles around the country. Begin in Sydney with a few days of touring to really feel the pulse of Australia. Kangaroo Island is the perfect nature escape with a high concentration of wildlife, mountainous and oceanic backdrops, and classic Aussie charm. The Flinders Ranges offer a true remote safari in the Outback and the wine and culinary experiences of the Barossa Valley concludes your trip with true indulgence.

South Australia holiday: 13 days / 12 nights

DAYS 1, 2 & 3:

Arrive in Sydney, QT Sydney Hotel

DAYS 4, 5 & 6:

Fly to Kangaroo Island via Adelaide, Molly’s Run

DAY 7:

Return to Adelaide, Mayfair Hotel

DAYS 8, 9 & 10:

Fly to the Flinders Ranges, Arkaba Homestead

DAY 11 & 12:

Transfer to the Barossa Valley, The Louise

DAY 13:

Depart from Adelaide

Highlights

  • This 13-day south Australia holiday includes some of Australia’s most sought after backdrops, without spending the entire trip in transit. 
  • Sydney is the most common entry point to Australia and home to the country’s most iconic structures - the Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. We recommend exploring these landmarks with our excellent guides, in addition to learning the Aboriginal history of the region and a full day spent exploring the Blue Mountains.
  • Continue to Kangaroo Island for a nature and wildlife-centric tour. Spend two full days with a small group and naturalist guide, exploring the island and all of its splendor from Seal Bay to Flinders Chase National Park to the fruitful farmlands.
  • Remote yet accessible, the Flinders Ranges is South Australia’s largest mountain range, boasting an ochre colored earth and a pure Outback experience. 
  • The Barossa Valley is one of Australia’s largest wine-producing regions and the perfect, most indulgent way to end your journey.

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