South Australia

Cycling in South Australia

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About South Australia

The state of South Australia (SA) is located in the southern central part of Australia and is bounded by the states of Victoria (VIC), New South Wales (NSW), Queensland (QLD), Western Australia and the Northern Territory (NT). The Indian Ocean also laps at the shores of the South Australian coast line where you will also find the Great Australian Bight.

Cycling opportunities abound throughout the beautiful state of SA. You will find spectacular rides wherever your interests lie. From family friendly bike rides to multi day adventures, from the spectacular scenic coast to gorgeous vineyards to mountain ranges. Choose from the many on-road and off-road routes that will transport you to some of the world's most beautiful scenery.

How to get to South Australia

Air Travel

Many interstate travellers will arrive in South Australia via an aeroplane. There are several carriers you can choose to fly with: Qantas, Virgin Australia or Jetstar. For international visitors, Adelaide International Airport is home to several carriers flying in and out of the airport including, Qatar Airways, Emirates, China Southern Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Air New Zealand, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Jetstar International and Fiji Airways.

By Rail

Another way travellers choose to see the vast lands of Australia is to traverse the country by train. Great Southern Rail offers three interstate travel options to Adelaide - The Overland from Melbourne; The Ghan between Adelaide, Alice Springs and Darwin and The Indian Pacific which runs between Perth, Adelaide and Sydney.

By Bus

Travel by coach is perhaps the most economical form of transport from Melbourne to Adelaide and Sydney to Adelaide with Firefly Express.

By ship

International and domestic cruises berth in South Australia on a range of vessels, from smaller boutique ships to mega-liners.

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