Top 10 Trips For Long Weekend

Plan a road trip, embrace the great outdoors at one of South Australia’s best camping spots or in complete luxury on a glamping adventure. Spend the weekend with wildlife, gazing up at star-filled skies or hiking rugged, pristine landscapes. There’s never been a better time to seek solitude among nature in South Australia’s vast backyard. Make the most of the public holidays and plan the perfect getaway in South Australia. Here’s our guide to the best things to do in South Australia this 2020 Easter long weekend.

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1. Glamping


Bellwether Wines, Coonawarra
Imagine this. You wake up Monday morning to the sound of birds, not your alarm. It’s the long-weekend, and you can sleep in. You’re tucked up in the comfiest bed, surrounded by the calming forces of nature. Dreaming of an escape in the great outdoors this Easter long-weekend but don’t want to scrimp on luxury? The solution: glamping. Imagine arriving at your campsite to find the tent set up, bed pulled back and every creature comfort you could dream of catered for. There’s no need to forgo life’s luxuries when it comes to setting up camp in South Australia. Forget pitching your own tent or roughing it in a swag. Digging your own loo? No way. From the lush Adelaide Hills to the breathtaking Outback, glamping locations are dotted throughout South Australia. Check out our list of the best glamping spots to get back in touch with nature, with all the creature comforts.

2. Road trips


Barossa Valley
Music up, windows down, coordinates set for adventure. Long-weekends were made for road trips and kilometres of picture-perfect coast, rugged, otherworldly outback and lush rolling wine country await in South Australia. Escape the city and road trip to jaw-dropping views in the Flinders Ranges, take a leisurely ocean drive along the Limestone Coast, laze along the banks of the Murray River, sip world-famous wine in the Barossa or wind your way through leafy, green valleys in the Adelaide Hills. We’ve done the organising for you; all that’s left to do is pack your bags and hit the road. Check out the best of South Australia this Easter long weekend with our road trips and itineraries.

3. Camping

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