South Australia is a Natural Wonderland

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by Hertz AU - 07 July 2017

From the Limestone Coastto theYorke Peninsula and Murray River, there’s no shortage of stunning natural destinations to explore in South Australia. We’ve compiled some of our top picks to help you plan your journey.

Kangaroo Island gives you an idyllic escape to nature

If you’re looking for the perfect day trip into nature, look no further than Kangaroo Island – a one-and- a-half hour’s drive and ferry ride from Adelaide. Bursting with natural wonders at every turn, the island is the destination of choice for anyone looking to experience fresh air, fine food and local wildlife.

The island provides access to some of the most stunning beaches around, providing holidaymakers with an ideal spot to relax, unwind and rejuvenate.

Get up close and personal with a range of creatures

South Australia’s waters are known for their biodiversity, boasting a range of marine life who call the ocean home.

Take a dip with a multitude of marine creatures along the South Australian coastline. In Glenelg, you can make your day by swimming with some chattering dolphins at the beach. At Eyre Peninsula on the opposite side of the bay from the state’s capital, you can meet seals, sharks or even tuna.

If underwater adventures are not your thing, there are plenty of opportunities to meet some Australian natives in the Adelaide Hills. Here, koalas, wombats and kangaroos await you.

Streaky Bay is a secluded paradise

If you’re looking for the ultimate in relaxation, take the trip to Streaky Bay. Located three hours from Port Lincoln, the secluded beach town offers up the best in warm waters, polished sands and stunning rock formations.

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