Explore parks this summer
Step into a sea lion colony, snorkel a marine park or camp by the beach – adventure awaits in SA’s national parks.
Enjoy an early morning swim
Campsites located right next to the beach
Explore the sand dunes to narrow winding tracks and soft sandy beaches
Fun for the whole family
There is something for every member of the family at Deep Creek.
Great for surf
Sheltered campgrounds open up to rolling waves, ideal for surfing and fishing
Something for everyone
Explore lighthouses and historic Inneston, or take your pick from fishing spots, bushwalking, surfing, bird watching, mountain biking and even scuba diving
Give the kids some adventure
Bring a picnic, or grab a coffee from the kiosk (open weekends, public holidays and school holidays) and let the kids go wild in the adventure playground
Spend the day
Adelaide’s biggest playground at Stradbroke Road picnic area
Look for sea stars
Search for sea stars, urchins and crabs in the rock pool shallows of the wave cut platform
Go rock climbing
Climb the rugged gorge with cliffs up to 30m high and explore large permanent rock pools
Grab a coffee
Walk over the causeway and visit the newly reopened Granite Island Cafe
Immerse yourself in history
Take a history tour, a ghost tour or a self-guided tour of one of the State’s oldest buildings
Hand-feed a koala
Go behind the scenes for a very special koala feeding tour
Enter a wild sea lion colony
Experience this once-in-a-lifetime tour
Explore one of the world’s most important fossil sites
An experience for all
Enter one of Australia’s only accessible caves
Check out the best breaks in SA’s Encounter Marine Park
Spots to Snorkel
10 of the best locations for your next visit
Explore the Wild South Coast Way on the Heysen Trail
Where the bush meets the beach
Get the best of both worlds at these 6 parks
Hit the sand
Experience two epic sand boarding spots in national parks
Hop to KI
Visit Lashmar Conservation Park for swimming, fishing and birdwatching
Check out lush scenery and remarkable rocks.
No trip to Kangaroo Island is complete without a visit to Flinders Chase.
Don’t camp? Glamp!
Check out these unique accommodation options across the state.
Hit the road
Explore the Coorong and its untamed wilderness.
Explore the floodplains and wetlands
Spot aquatic birds and mammals, including herons and the rare white bellied sea eagle
Let the kids go wild at Cleland
Hand the kids over to the Gaol Warden