|The best of South Australian golf courses are centred around its capital city Adelaide. The courses at Royal Adelaide, Kooyonga, The Grange and Glenelg for South Australias very own 'sandbelt' region, with Kooyonga used to stage the Jacobs Creek Open on the Australasian Tour.|
|About an hour away, the recently built The Links Lady Bay course on the Fleurieu Peninsula is one of the finest links courses. Elsewhere Big River Country is the location for Berri and Renmark Golf Clubs. Another SA course in the Top 100 is Millicent, one of the states best country courses.|
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3. Lake Karrinyup
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|1. Links Lady Bay|
|South Australia has limited numbers of resorts. The best is probably Wirrina Cove on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Click here to see them all.|
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Cosmopolitan Adelaide is bordered by the enchanting hills of the Mt Lofty Ranges and the long, sandy beaches of Gulf St Vincent. Adelaide is laid out on a square mile grid of wide streets with gracious colonial architecture. It has many restored Victorian and Edwardian buildings scattered throughout the city. Rundle Mall is the retail backbone of the CBD, with international and national flagship stores and boutiques, local institutions and specialty shops, cafes, elegant arcades, buskers, flower stalls, lots of sculpture and seven-day trading. Take a tram to Glenelg, Adelaide's most popular beach destination
The Barossa Valley, 75km north-east of Adelaide is Australia's best known wine district. Its gnarled old vineyards have been producing wines for around 160 years and now make up a quarter of the Australian vintage. The rolling landscape is dotted with modest Lutheran churches and old cottages which date back to the 19th century. Visit the Whispering Wall, a concrete dam wall with amazing acoustics where normal conversation can be heard at the other end, 150m away.