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Quorn on track to bush tucker capital

New funds to build a bush tucker trail in the Flinders Ranges are helping one small town with its tourism rebrand.

Travel Travel

A bite-sized bucket list for foodies

Fancy a gourmet beach picnic on your own private island? How about an oyster tasting around a half-submerged table in a bay or a desert dinner under the stars? Travel writer Lee Atkinson shares eight unforgettable gourmet experiences.


Slow Travel – six ultimate global adventures

‘Slow travel’ is the way to go if you have the time and budget – and even if you don’t, you can still dream. Author Penny Watson suggests six ultimate long trips, from a 55-day South American adventure to a 45-day immersion in the culture of Bordeaux.


Luxury Wirra Wirra Wellness Resort a step closer

Development plans have been lodged for the $30 million luxury wellness resort proposed at McLaren Vale’s Wirra Wirra Winery, with the design including 33 rooms, 10 separate buildings, a swimming pool, function hall and wellness centre.


It’s hard to say goodbye to the Ghan

From rolling landscapes of scrubby bush and red-earth desert, to a magic excursion amid towering cathedrals of jagged sandstone rock and convivial conversations with fellow passengers, Susan Mitchell finds there’s plenty to love about the Ghan.


Cuttlefish gather en-masse in SA waters

Thousands of “little aliens” have started to gather in South Australia’s gulf waters, with divers and snorkellers from around the world wanting to glimpse the annual cuttlefish pilgrimage expected to follow in the coming weeks.


A man walked into a bar ...

This wasn’t just any bar. This was Hong Kong’s intimate, Hemingway-inspired speakeasy The Old Man – which, just a year after opening, was named the tenth best bar in the world.


More to Explore: Visit Kangaroo Island for cosmopolitan charm amid the beautiful bushland

While it has long been heralded for its stunning beauty and other-worldly moments of isolation, Kangaroo Island has taken its time in becoming the world-class tourism hotspot it was always destined to be. Right now, it sits at that perfect moment for SA visitors – boasting a slew of sophisticated, authentic experiences that are ripe for exploration yet still secret enough to be free of bustling tourist crowds.