Photographs of South Australia

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Mount Gambia
The Murray River
Old Talem
Princes Highway

The Victor Harbor Tram
Adelaide Cape Dombrey Obelisk, Robe

South Australia covers just less than 1 million sq km and has a total population of 1.5 million people. It has boundaries with every other Australian state and territory except the Australian Capital Territory and Tasmania.
There are sixteen wine regions in South Australia and the National Wine Centre is in Adelaide. The National Motor Museum is near Adelaide and is worth a visit, and a drive down to the Fleurieu Peninsula to Victor Harbor and Granite Island is a nice way to spend a day. The Cleland Wildlife Park is located in the Adelaide Hills as is the Warrawong Wildlife Sanctuary and the Gorge Wildlife Park is also close to Adelaide. Old Talem Town, Millicent National Trust Museum, the Big Red Lobster at Kingston, Robe and the Limestone Coast, and Mannum and the Murray River are also worth a visit.

The Big Red Lobster in Kingston Old Talem Town By the National Motor Museum