The state is well-known for it's wineries. The main wine growing region is in the Barossa Valley, although other valleys include Clare, Coonawarra and McLaren.
Glenelg BeachIt also hosts fantastic scenery and bushwalking in the Flinders Ranges, as well as wonderful landscape in the Adelaide Hills. It is possible to watch whales at the Head of Bight along the Great Australian Bight. The wild coast offers plenty for the tourist, as well as the relaxing Kangaroo Island
The agricultural regions include include the Fleurieu, Eyre and Yorke Peninsulas which also offer beautiful beaches and some good surfing spots. Beaches continue along the Far South East of South Australia, while inland there is more agriculture in the Mid North.