“GO BUSH” WITH KANGAROOS

Kangaroo Island is all about simple things that truly matter in life – peace, beautiful landscapes and good food. Here’s what you can do in South Australia’s animal kingdom

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Picture an island 4,405 sq km long with a population of merely 4,600 humans and uncountable wildlife. A place where you aren’t greeted with morning newspaper, but Australian sea lions basking on pristine white beaches, koalas dozing on towering eucalyptus trees and kangaroos – many carrying their young joeys in the pouch – hopping around in vast verdant spaces. A place where people have deep values, simple genuineness and a special connection with each other as well as the nature around. That’s Kangaroo Island (KI as locals call it) for you – a remote, rural Australian experience.

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A TASTE OF MOD OZ (What to eat when in South Australia)

In South Australia, what’s on your plate is as diverse as the region’s people and scenery. Here’s an epicurean’s guide to the mecca of “fusion food

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BAROSSA VALLEY – EVERY WINE-LOVING COUPLE’S RETREAT

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With its majestic hills, quiet country roads, picturesque villages, garden-fresh gourmet fare and timeless beauty, Barossa is a little slice of ecstasy

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TO DOS IN THE 20-MINUTE CITY – ADELAIDE

Cool, cultured and casual are the words that aptly describe South Australia’s capital city – Adelaide. Β When here, keep these at the top of your list

LET A BAMBOO TREECYCLE TAKE YOU AROUND

P9390183These eco-friendly bicycle tours (starting $5) are cheaper than catching a bus, train, or taxi

When in Adelaide, travel slow, literally. How about going around the city in an eco-friendly passenger bike built from bamboo? The treecycle is run by young, fit and charismatic home-grown caddies who know the city well and promise to show you around with all their passion, providing interesting insights now and then. All you got to do is download the Eco Caddy app and choose your favourite caddy to pick you up. With Adelaide being the 20-minute city – it’s called so as everything is pretty close and easy to get to – with a flat terrain, it’s perfect for bike rides. Plus, there’s so much buzz that if you move through it too quickly, you’re likely to miss out on the fun. When travelling in this treecycle, you can easily hop on and hop off wherever you like!

GET ON THAT ROOF

0719182Z-AOCLD6A161008H5~AO62820719182ZVY (2)If you’re a cricket-loving Indian, you’re definitely in for one of the most exhilarating adventures at the picturesque test cricket ground – Adelaide Oval. Register for a 2-hour guided climb across the stadium’s unique roofline, put on your suit and safety harness and enjoy stunning views of Adelaide, stretching out to the Adelaide Hills on one side and the coast on the other. Or book an evening climb to see the city bathed in magical twilight glow. At the end of the tour, you not only return with an achievement certificate and a printed snap for memory, but also knowing a lot more about the city. Read more