South Australia has an area of 1,043,514 sq km and a population of around 1.5 million people. Its capital is Adelaide.
South Australia is located in the southern-central region of the Australian continent. It is the fourth largest of the country’s eight states and covers some of the most arid parts of the continent. It is bordered by Western Australia in the west, the Northern Territory in the north, Queensland in the east and the Southern Ocean in the south. The terrain is mostly desert and semi-arid with low mountain ranges. The highest point is Mount Woodroffe at 1,500 m.
South Australia is known as a state of festivals celebrating true Australian culture. It offers a myriad of experiences, ranging from fine wine and culinary delights to a diverse restaurant culture that drives the capital city of Adelaide. The vibrant heritage and culture is reflected in the events and art that the state churns out every year.
Adelaide is the principal metropolis of South Australia and is also ranked as the fifth-busiest metropolis in Australia. Adelaide is an intended conurbation. Adelaide has a temperate coastal type of weather somewhere the majority of the rainwater cascades in the wintry weather months. Regardless of this, Adelaide gets sufficient twelve-monthly rainfall to avoid Köppen's semi-arid typical weather classification. Precipitation is undependable, radiant and uncommon all the way through summer. South Australia's major service subdivision is health care and community support. Chinatown which is in attendance at the Moonta road is measured to be a very full of activity place where locals come to shop for their local foodstuffs’ .The gathering hub that is positioned on the waterway torrens is...
8 years ago we visited Naracoorte seeking information on our ancestor george ormerod who was the first settler in naacoorte. We were given lots of help from the caravan park receptionist including how to find his original home [now a B&B.]..we went to visit the owner and were shown over his two homes[ one of which he turned into the first bakery in naracoorte In jan 2013 his great grandson went to the tourist info centre in Naracoorte seeking similar information ...nobody knew anything about george ormerod..wouldn,t you think that someone would have some inkling about the man who founded their town? beth hill nee ormerod
Other destinations South Australia
|Adelaide||Coorong National Park|
|Fleurieu Peninsula||Flinders Ranges|
|Mount Gambier||Murray Bridge|
|Port Augusta||Port Lincoln|
|Port Pirie||Victor Harbor|