Best winter escapes in South Australia
Immerse yourself in South Australia’s warm vibes and timeless beauty with these unforgettable experiences
South Australia is a great place to visit year around, but it shines during the cooler months when it’s prime time for whale watching and downing a red or two in front of an open fire.
The Barossa and McLaren Vale beckon with cosy cellar doors and local cuisine, while the Flinders Ranges and Outback, and Kangaroo Island become havens for wildlife as waterbeds fill with rain and animals bask in the winter sun.
South Australia’s winters are relatively mild, with average temperatures ranging from eight to 15 degrees, making it ideal weather for rugging up and exploring, then retreating to a hot tub, open fire and warm bed at night.