Adelaide Backpacker Deals
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Adelaide is the town of churches and it is surrounded by a green belt of 930 hectares of parkland. Most of Australia's wine is produced in South Australia. The Barossa Valley is 40 kilometres long and between 5-11 kilometres wide. You will taste some of the best wines that are on offer.
Barossa Winery Tour - $85
The Barossa is Australia's most famous wine region so why don't you spend a day out there trying some of the finest wines Australia has to offer.
Visit four wineries, have a traditional Aussie BBQ lunch and go to Menglers Hills lookout to admire the views.
Boomerang Tour - $285
Experience something a little different when you travel from Adelaide to Alice Springs along the Stuart Highway on a 2D/1N tour. You will stay at Coober Pedy where the locals live underground and so will you for the night.
As your journey goes on take in all the changing scenery and enjoy what Australia has to offer.
This tour also goes in reverse Alice Springs to Adelaide.
Hidden Secret Tour - $485
Discover Australia's hidden secret Kangaroo Island on a 3D/2N tour where there is 4 million Kangaroo's, 9 million Koala's, 1 million Wallaby's plus so much more wildlife to see. and .
Visit Flinders Chase National Park where you will find the largest colony of Platpus in Australia. In summer set up camp near the pristine Vivonne Bay or in winter stay at the homely farm house.
Adelaide to Melbourne 3 day Safari - $385
The safari adventure begins as soon as you leave Adelaide and head off towards Melbourne. The first leg of your trip is over the mighty Murray River and out of South Australia. Now head into country Victoria to see the magnificent Grampians
National Park where have a hike at Hollow Mountain and see MacKenzie
Falls. From there just sit back and relax as you take in all the beautiful
surroundings of the Great Ocean Road. Spend some time at Otway National
Park on the 25m high elevated tree top walk and see sunset over the
Twelve Apostles. On the second day spend it seeing all the wonders of
the Great Ocean Road from Loch Ard Gorge, London Bridge, the Bay of
Martyrs and Bay of Islands. The last stop of the trip will be at the coastal town of Torquay where some shopping can be done at Quicksilver and Rip Curl.
Tour departs Adelaide on Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
Also goes in reverse see Melbourne section
A $10 fuel levy payable on board