The best place in South Australia for land based whale watching has to be at the Head of the Bight. After the epic drive along the Nullarbor Plain, pay a visit to the Head of the Bight whale watching centre and get incredible up close views, of these massive creatures.
We are so lucky in Australia to have a number of beaches where you can take a 4WD and enjoy the edges of our country. Whether you live in, or are just travelling through South Australia, this is one unique beach that has to be on your must do list.
If you’re looking for a peaceful day out in nature where you will be surrounded by a forest teeming with wildlife, take a drive to Deep Creek, around 100 kilometres south of Adelaide. As well as the Deep Creek Conservation Park (in the toe of the Fleurieu Peninsula), you can detour into a hidden gem… Read More Deep Creek – Nursery, Wildlife & Forest
‘Welcome to Point Lowly Camping Zone’ the sign proclaims as you drive into this small fishing village full of shacks and some newer and bigger houses, that all hug the coastline. It’s easy to see why, with the whitest of white sand beach in front and turquoise water to fish in; and this picturesque spot… Read More Off Grid Campers Welcome – Point Lowly
Australian Photography Magazine holds a competition each year to find the Photographer of the Year and it’s the largest competition for amateur photographers in the Southern Hemisphere. There are a number of categories to enter including landscape, animal and nature, people, aerial and black and white and these categories require you to submit four images… Read More Photographer of the Year 2021
Further west than Yorke Peninsula in South Australia, you’ll find Eyre Peninsula, and it is worth every bit of the drive. It takes a good 4 hours to drive to the top of the Peninsula from Adelaide and from there you can branch off to discover many great locations in 11 different council areas on… Read More Top 5 Eyre Peninsula Summer Stays