South Australia

Adelaide Zoo - Adelaide Zoo exhibits more than 1,400 native and exotic mammals, birds, reptiles and fish. Over the past decade, Adelaide Zoo has shifted from an emphasis on quantity of specimens to its quality of animal management and display.  As you wander around the Zoo you will see, on each exhibit, signs describing the species with a map showing distribution throughout the world.

Adelaide Repertory Theatre Company - The Adelaide Rep has been in existence for over 90 years, and is now the oldest surviving amateur theatre company in the southern hemisphere.  The site provides information for the theatre, including an events calendar and related links.

Adelaide International Raceway - Featuring a number of fun events from drag racing to track championships, the Adelaide International Raceway is a fun place to watch car races.

Belair National Park - Dedicated in 1891, Belair is South Australia's oldest National Park. Located just 25 minutes from the city centre, Belair National Park is a world away in your own back yard.  Escape the bustle of the city and enjoy a relaxing picnic or perhaps take a wander along the scenic hilltop trails. You may well be surprised by the beautiful varieties of orchids and other wildflowers in bloom or the lively and colourful displays of our native birdlife.

Botanical Gardens of Adelaide - The Adelaide Botanical Gardens feature a glorious European style landscape, avenues of mature trees, wisteria arbors, a Sacred Lotus pond, a unique Victorian Palm House restored in 1993-95, and the internationally acclaimed Bicentennial Conservatory for tropical plants which opened in 1989.

Cleland Wildlife Park - Australia’s unique range of marsupials, reptiles, and birds is unsurpassed on any continent on earth. Koalas, kangaroos, wombats, emus, parrots, and goannas to name a few, have all adapted brilliantly to their Australian environment over millions of years.  At Cleland Wildlife Park, visitors are encouraged to mingle with, observe, pat, feed, and learn about hundreds of southern Australian native animals.

Migration Museum - Share a journey through South Australia's settlement past which continues to shape its multicultural society.

Mount Lofty Summit - Rising above the city of Adelaide, Mt Lofty is one of two ears of the giant Urebilla, from Aboriginal Dreamtime, whose fallen body forms the Mt Lofty Ranges.  The Summit is a special place for South Australians, and each year over 500,000 visitors come for the majestic all-round views.  The Information Centre showcases tourism opportunities and conservation initiatives to the world, and stories from South Australia's European and Aboriginal heritage pull these themes together on high-impact panels, and large-screen multimedia displays.

South Australia Tourism - Online guide to South Australia tourism.

South Australia Museum - Located in Adelaide the South Australia Museum offers a variety of displays and exhibitions.

Schuss Ski Club Limited - Schuss is a South Australian based club founded in the mid 1960s. The Club is a non-profit organization which owns and operates 3 lodges located in the alpine villages of 3 of Australia's premier Alpine resorts: Mount Buller, Falls Creek and Thredbo.

Tea Tree Gully Golf Club - 18 hole golf course in the foothills of Adelaide. All facilities for members and visitors. Wedding receptions and other social functions a specialty.