The Cyberium accommodation guide lists about 600 great places for you to stay in South Australia, including bed & breakfasts, self-contained cottages, caravan parks, renovated churches, tourist parks, heritage hotels, underground accommodation, even the odd lighthouse! Our Guide also highlights some of the tourist, recreational and leisure attractions of the 11 unique South Australian local regions, and includes regional maps.
Motor racing or cafe dining in Adelaide. Wines in the Barossa, Clare Valley, Fleurieu Peninsula, and Limestone Coast regions. Fishing on Yorke or Eyre Peninsulas. The wide open spaces and remote areas of the Flinders Ranges and the Outback region. The wilderness and rocky coastline areas of Kangaroo Island. Houseboating on the River Murray. All combine to offer a unique holiday destination, especially for those planning touring holidays.
South Australia offers a quality lifestyle to residents and is an enticing travel destination to both Australian and international visitors. Our state offers gourmet food and wine, festivals and culture, clean air and countryside, a wonderful range of native wildlife and flora, and diverse geography ranging from desert to rugged mountain ranges, from wild and unspoilt coastline to English-like hillsides.
The 'Regional Overview' page provides information on each tourist region, along with some details of local attractions. Each regions page contains a list of accommodations within that region, sorted by location.
For links to other Australian and International tourist information B&B guides and resources, please view our links page.