South Australia has a variety of road trips, whether you love coastal cliffs or inland red soil. Self-driving enthusiasts who love coastal scenery must not miss the "South Ocean Self-driving Tour", where self-driving on this South Ocean Coast Highway can experience the sea, city and countryside at the same time, and taste top wine and food.
Drive along the Southern Ocean and experience the pristine limestone coast along the way, with stunning views of nature: the Blue Lake, cave gardens and the World Heritage Naracoot Caves, as well as red clay wines in Coonawarrahra. Fishing in Lobe Town, or head to Kingston Township for a delicious lobster. Pass through the Phil Peninsula to meet the sea elves, open the Dalenburg Cube in the McNaron Valley for a slightly drunk trip, meet a variety of wild pets on Kangaroo Island, feel the visual shock brought by nature's magical rocks and flagship arches, and fully perceive the customs and customs of South Australia with a thousand faces.
Itinerary: Limestone Coast Mountain - Coonawarra - Lobe - Port Witte - Manaron Valley - Kangaroo Island - Adelaide.
(Icon) Adelaide, elegant and vibrant. Repeatedly selected as one of the world's most liveable cities, it's your gateway to the rest of South Australia.
Located about 380 kilometres southeast of Adelaide City, the Coonawarra wine region was established in 1981 and is renowned for the unique taste and quality of its wines.
Located approximately 35km south of Adelaide, the Manaron Valley is renowned for its impressive wines, lush vineyards and natural scenery. It is the birthplace of South Australia's grape wine and one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the world.
Kangaroo Island is Australia's third largest natural island, just 15 kilometres from mainland South Australia and seven Singapores the size of Singapore. Because away from the hustle and bustle of the city, Kangaroo Island seems to be a paradise, a "zoo without fences", you can't play enough in a day! #开房车享南澳州美景 #