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Centennial Cellar at Seppeltsfield, Barossa by Ian Routledge/South Australian Tourism Commission

Hidden places in South Australia

There are plenty of reasons to love South Australia. We love SA because of its beautiful capital (also the home town of Bunnik Tours), the diverse landscapes and all of its awesome quirks in between.

Enjoy a Special Experience in South Australia

It’s no secret that we love South Australia. We might be a little biased given it is our home state, but it really is one of the most beautiful and liveable places in the world.
Echuca Wharf by Visit Victoria

Visit Echuca - What You Need To Know

Victoria is home to several quaint and historic towns. About two and a half hours north of Melbourne you will find Echuca.
Seal Bay Conservation Park, Kangaroo Island by Ben Goode/South Australian Tourism Commission

The Beauty of Kangaroo Island

A destination truly like no other, the beauty of Kangaroo Island can be witnessed from the shores of Seal Bay, the heights of Cape Willoughby Lighthouse, the cliff side of the Remarkable Rocks and from within the scenic wilderness of Flinders Chase.
d'Arenberg Cube, Fleurieu Peninsula by South Australian Tourism Commission

d’Arenberg Cube – Weird & Wonderful

The impressive and quirky d’Arenberg Cube is much more than just a cellar door. Unlike anything else, this architectural masterpiece has become a South Australian icon and is a must-see when visiting the state.
Seppeltsfield Road, Barossa by South Australian Tourism Commission

Top Wine Experiences in South Australia

If South Australia is known for one thing, it would have to be its world-renowned wine regions. From the northern valleys of the Barossa and Clare to the scenic Adelaide Hills in the east and McLaren Vale in the south, there’s a wine region to cater to all tastes.
Adelaide Central Market by Josie Withers / South Australian Tourism Commission

Adelaide Central Market: Foodie's Heaven

The Adelaide Central Market is the heart of the city’s food scene. Offering locals and tourists an array of multicultural goodies, the market is home to over 70 eateries, all offering a variety of authentic cuisines made from fresh and tasty produce.

Marion’s September Discover South Australia Tour

Our Discover South Australia 12 day small group tour is escorted by Bunnik Tours representatives. Our September 2022 departure was escorted by none other than our founder, Marion Bunnik! Follow along and hear from Marion as she recounts her experience of the tour.

Discover why short tours with small groups are a winner!

Our short tours allow you to get to the heart of a destination, while still travelling in the small group sizes you know and love. These tours exclude airfares, giving you the flexibility to easily add a few more days at the start or end of a tour, or combine multiple tours to create your dream holiday.