MiniJumbuk is proud to be based in South Australia. South Australia has a wealth of fantastic places to visit and we are sharing 5 of our favourites with you.
Situated just 45 minutes south of Adelaide, the Fleurieu Peninsula offers some of the best food, wine, wildlife and events in the state. As a peninsula, water plays a major part in the recreational activities with long sandy beaches, rugged cliff-scapes, and sheltered coves introducing a range of great summer holiday activities that include fishing, surfing, scuba and snorkelling, sailing and swimming. From family fun activities such as animal farms and adventure parks, boat tours and whale watching the Fleurieu Peninsula is the place to explore Adelaide's playground!
The Adelaide Hills region has plenty to offer, you can cuddle a koala, meet the winemakers, enjoy a craft beer or cider in the German heritage town of Hahndorf, pick your own fruit at Beerenberg, or enjoy one of the many events. Just 20 minutes away from Adelaide there is something for everyone in the Hills.
Kangaroo Island (KI)
Just a 45 minute journey across the water from Cape Jervis you will find yourself a world away in Kangaroo Island! KI is an island with 509km of coastline & spans 155km from the east coast to the west coast, with native bushland, wildlife, adventure & exploring. Where pristine beaches, local wines & sunsets are on the doorstep. You'll need longer than you think!
Explore the hidden backwaters of the Murray River by canoe or dinghy; moor your houseboat at a brewery or winery for the afternoon. Play a round of golf with friendly kangaroos and discover the rich heritage. The Riverland offers a diversity of experiences that start with turning your watch to Rivertime! Long stretches of tranquil Murray River, spectacular cliffs, redgum forests, sandbars and sandy 4WD tracks into the outback make for the best camping experiences.
The Barossa is world-famous for its amazing wine culture, with some top historic wineries to visit including Penfolds, Yalumba, Peter Lehmann and Seppeltsfield. The Barossa isn’t just about winemaking, this is matched by a rich food heritage and passion, just check out Maggie Beer’s Farm to see what we mean. When you visit you're sure to become a fan of more than just the wine.