South Australia

South Australia Travel Guide

Articles about South Australia

By Gordon Kanki-Knight
One sparkling afternoon in the South Australian city of Adelaide, I headed to the just-opened Africola restaurant to tuck in to a plate of bunny chow. Originally invented by Indian migrant workers in Durban, South Africa, bunny chow consists of a ...
By Gordon Kanki-Knight
One sparkling afternoon in the South Australian city of Adelaide, I headed to the just-opened Africola restaurant to tuck in to a plate of bunny chow. Originally invented by Indian migrant workers in Durban, South Africa, bunny chow consists of a ...
By Gordon Kanki-Knight
One sparkling afternoon in the South Australian city of Adelaide, I headed to the just-opened Africola restaurant to tuck in to a plate of bunny chow. Originally invented by Indian migrant workers in Durban, South Africa, bunny chow consists of a ...
By Diane Selkirk

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By Bruce Schoenfeld
I drove my first half-hour on Kangaroo Island without seeing another car. I was on one of the main thoroughfares connecting the airport and Stokes Bay: a rutted dirt road that hugs the northern coast. When I passed a maintenance truck idling in th...
By Travel + Leisure Staff

Hotels in South Australia

The first thing that strikes you about Prairie Hotel is its isolation. Located in the remote former railway town of Parachilna, this outback lodge is a favorite of Aussies in the know.

Restaurants in South Australia

The restaurant is run out of what looks like an abandoned trailer. The local whiting is a knockout success, seasoned and grilled with a deft minimalism.