Welcome to the first edition of Out & About SA!
We have been busy working with locals from right across the state and with the South Australian Tourism Commission to bring you this guide on what to do and where to go on your next South Australian adventure.
There are many reasons why South Australians should be proud of their state - among them is the endless list of places to travel and things to see, something we aim to shine a light on in this publication.
We really do have it all in SA, from pristine beaches to desert landscapes and everything in between.
We also have some of the best locally caught seafood and home-grown produce right here on our doorstep plus a range of world class experiences at our fingertips.
Whether you are on the West Coast, down the South East or right up north in the Outback, you'll never be short of things to do.
Take the Fleurieu Peninsula coastline for example.
It's just a short drive from Adelaide yet offers jaw-dropping, postcard-worthy scenery, see page 8 of the magazine.
Or jump on the ferry at Cape Jervis and travel across to Penneshaw to discover the natural and rugged Kangaroo Island where native animals, nature reserves, bushland, beach and rock formations are abundant, see page 12.
Perhaps you would prefer to steer clear of the ocean? Then why not visit the Murraylands instead where you can discover the River Murray International Dark Sky Reserve, see page 20.
And do I have to remind you that it's yabby season, see page 21.
While international and domestic travel are now back on the horizon for fully vaccinated South Australians, after a hiatus due to COVID-19, I would still encourage you to explore the things we have right here in our own backyards.
I guarantee you, they will not disappoint.