Holiday Tours showcasing South Australia
Kangaroo Island (or KI as the locals call it) is home to stunning wildlife, pristine beaches, fresh produce and spectacular and diverse coastlines. Come with us as we explore this special island with one of the locals.
Experience our unique and vast Australian Outback, travelling through Port Augusta, Leigh Creek, Broken Hill and Bourke, admiring the ever changing landscapes. A highlight of this tour is the opportunity to do an optional flight over Lake Eyre. Enjoy the Back O’Bourke Exhibition Centre, Flinders Ranges, a cruise on the Darling River and the Jeff Morgan Gallery.
Train Buffs of Australia, unite! This tour includes trips on eight trains that have been specially chartered by All Australian Journeys. It’s a unique chance to experience some of Australia's precious rail history. Pay tribute to the dedicated volunteers who are preserving these steamy dragons for future generations.
Experience the life of the Murray River, following the path of the mighty Murray and discovering the historical significance of this river to the first settlements in Southern Australia. From where the Darling and Murray Rivers meet to where the Murray meets the sea, marvel at the wonderful plant and animal life that are part of this unique ecosystem.
Explore the magnificent Flinders Ranges and Wilpena Pound by 4WD and by air, giving you views of the incredible rock formations of the ancient amphitheatre. Explore the World Heritage Listed Mungo National Park, including the spectacular Walls of China. At Maree, join the Oodnadatta Track and travel to the southern tip of Lake Eyre.
See little penguins, New Zealand fur seals and Australian sea lions as you stay on the picturesque Kangaroo Island. Taste honey, meet sheep and enjoy the many historical sites on the island. Find out a bit more about Australia’s first saint, Mary MacKillop, soak up German culture in Hahndorf and see the first Lock on the Murray River.
Port Lincoln, on the Eyre Peninsula, is situated on the shore of Boston Bay which opens eastward into Spencer Gulf and claims to be the “Seafood Capital of Australia”. With visits to Streaky Bay, Cowell, Tumby Bay and more, this tour is sure to please.