Solo holidays in the region should take in the beautiful vineyards
People planning solo holidays to South Australia will find that the region is the country's "wine capital".
The state is behind the production of half of Australia's wine output and is split into many different sub-regions, marked out in the state law books, which each have their own style.
South Australia Tourism Commission, the body that promotes travel to the region, noted that the area has a fine blend of great vintages and popular, good-value wine.
"South Australia is not only regarded as Australia's wine capital it is also famed for its innovative cuisine, featuring fresh local produce, and is home to some of the country's top chefs and restaurants," they said.
"With 17 wine regions … Adelaide alone is within an hour’s drive of over 200 cellar doors."
Some specific grapes that are grown well in South Australia include the white Riesling and the full-bodied red grapes Shiraz and Cabernet Sauvignon.