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The best way to see South Australia is by car. If you plan to drive into the Outback regions, contact the Royal Automobile Association of South Australia (RAA), 55 Hindmarsh Sq., Adelaide, SA 5000 (tel. 13 11 11 in South Australia, or 08/8202 4600; www.raa.net). The RAA provides route maps and emergency breakdown service. Limited rail service connects Adelaide with some areas.

Greyhound Australia (tel. 1300/473 946 in Australia; www.greyhound.com.au) operates bus services to and around South Australia. Within the state, Premier Stateliner (tel. 08/8415 5555; www.premierstateliner.com.au) runs daily services to most regional centers. A number of private sightseeing companies run full and half-day tours of the city, the Barossa Valley, and Adelaide Hills. Visit or call the South Australia Visitor & Travel Centre for details and recommendations.


Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.