South Australia - accommodation, restaurants, things
restaurants, things to to do - the first three things visitors
to South Australia tend to think about so we have hopefully
listed here some of the best accommodation, restaurants
and things to do in South Australia for you to choose from.
Australia is rich in history dating back to 1836 when the
first settlers arrived at Kangaroo Island on 20th of July
and declared South Australia a province on 28th of December.
At the end of that fateful year, the population was an astounding
By 1st January
1841, the population had risen dramatically to 15,485 and
the First Savings Bank was established March 6. Ten years
later, total savings bank funds stood at and impressive
£14,785, a not insignificant amount in those days.
The first winery
was established in the Barossa Valley in 1847 and laid the
foundations for the great wine industry that sets South
Australia apart from the rest today.
connected to Melbourne by the "new fangled telegraph"
in 1857 which was also the year that the first parliament
Australia is a bustling economy with many industries thriving
from the input of many talented people. The tourism industry
is just one of those industries and its participants stand
ready to welcome you to this great State and ensure that
your stay is as pleasant as it can be.
From the bustling
city of Adelaide to the incredibly peaceful outback, you
are guaranteed of having a wonderful stay and will leave
with many fond memories of a holiday well spent.
this site, you'll find everything you need to know about
the history, interesting things to do, accommodation details,
fine wineries and restaurants in South Australia that you
may care to visit.
trust you find it useful. If you also have friends coming
to visit South Australia, please send them our site's URL
so they may also avail themselves of the information contained.
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