Getting up close to sea turtles, clownfish, sharks and colourful coral on the Great Barrier Reef is an unforgettable experience - but there is a sting in the tail.
South Australians will be able to fly direct from Adelaide to Nadi in Fiji from the middle of next year, with Fiji Airways announcing it will introduce twice-weekly services.
Belair National Park is the ideal place to experience a sense of adventure, with many trail options to explore in a beautiful bushland setting.
Anstey Hill at Tea Tree Gully offers unique experiences for walkers, including beautiful displays of wildflowers dotted along the trails and the extensive ruins of a 19th-century nursery.
The 13km round trip to Mount Kosciuszko from Thredbo offers many rewards for walkers both young and older – especially when there are still patches of snow around.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful bushland setting of Para Wirra Recreation Park, home to more than 100 species of birds and wildlife.
Horsnell Gully Conservation Park offers varying landscapes with ever-changing views. It may only be a 5km loop, but the steep trail sections and the opportunity to traverse a waterfall make this a challenging walk.
Global travel company Lonely Planet has rekindled its love for South Australia, naming the state at number five in its top 10 regional destinations for travel in 2017.
Economics commentator Richard Blandy takes time out from crunching the numbers to remind us why South Australia is so appealing to international visitors.
Black Hill Conservation Park offers a network of diverse tracks, each presenting a challenging experience. It is worth the effort not only for the views but also to see the native fauna and wildflowers coming to life in spring.