LocationSouth Australia is located in the middle at thebottom of Australia. The latitude is 30 degreessouth and the longitude is 105 degrees east.
South Australia Beautiful BeachesSome of the beaches in South Australia arewonderful and peaceful.The most popular beaches are:1) Glenelg Beach2) Malsin Beach3) Brighton Beach 4
Top 4 Activities To Do : 1.Shark Cage Diving 2. Whale Watching3. Visiting Cooper Pedy 4. Lake Eyre Flight 5
Shark Cage DivingSouth Australian beaches are home to anamazing variety of marine life, including theGreat White Shark.Take a tour boat to Neptune Island. Pristinewaters makes it one of the best sites to viewsharks in their natural environment. 6
Whale WatchingWhale watching is about patience and understanding. We are indeedin the whale’s environment.When they grace us with their presence, itis a gift. This gift cannot be controlled or timed. In their naturalenvironment, whales will be whales, mostly swimming, sounding andoccasionally displaying particular behaviours. Occasionally, a Great White Shark lurks in the area and the Southern Right Whale mothers pull close to their calves to protect them from danger. 7
COOB Opal capital of the world (Coober Pedy), where it is so hot and treeless, most people live underground. It isE home of the Kokatha and Arabana Peoples.R Coober Pedy has a population of approximately 4000 people, most live in underground dwellings. There are approximately 400 aboriginals living in Coober Pedy. They originally named the town and the translatedP meaning is ‘‘White man’s burrow’’.E There are many underground caravan parks, motels andD hotels for travellers to stay in. It is an extremely unique experience.Y
Lake EyreLake Eyre is the lowest pointin South Australia, atapproximately 15m below sealevel and on the rareoccasions it ﬁlls up. It is thelargest lake in Australia and18th largest lake in the world. Lake Eyre is the largest salt lake in South Australia. Lake Eyre was named after the explorer Edward John Eyre, the ﬁrst European to see it in 1840.
PlantsWattles have 600differentspecies. Wattles Kangaroo Paws grow to 60.96are the largest centimetres and the ﬂowers on the stemgenus of grow up to 1 metre and 21.92ﬂowering plants centimetres. There are 11 species inin South South Australia.Australia. The Eucalypts tree: It is the most classicindividual Australian tree. It’s a huge genus thatﬂowers are consists of 700-900 species. Eucalypts arealways very ﬂowering trees and shrubs that spreadsmall andmassed together from dry deserts to snowy mountains.in pom-pom Some of the most distinctive features ofheads. Eucalypts are their ﬂowers. 10
Hairy Nosed Wombat adopted by the Government as a very important animal ofA South Australia on 27 August 1970. It is a marsupial mammal that is occurring naturally in a particular place in Australia and totallyN protected in South Australia.I Blue Tongue Lizard is one of the most loved and iconic animals. It is popular in the community because they are found in mostM backyards and can live for decades.A Magpie The magpie is one of our most common and easily recognisable birds. It gets by in familyL ﬂocks of 5 or 6 individuals. These birds will sing to each other known as carolling any time of the day or night. In South Australia the other name for the magpie is the Piping Shrike. 11
Climate The climate of South Australia varies, from hot and dry in the inside to the outside, wetter climates of the Southern Mount Lofty Ranges and the Southeast coast of South Australia. Warm moist air of tropical origin occasionally moves into the State from the north during summer and thunderstorms may then develop. 12
EconomyWhat does South Australia export: wine, wooland meat. South Australia are the biggestwine producing state in Australia. That is whythey are so famous for their wine. They alsoexport cattle to the Indonesians becauseSouth Australia has lots of cattle and sheepfarms that also produce wool as well.
Interesting FactsState faunal emblem: Hairy-Nosed or Plains WombatState gemstone: OpalDriest place: Mulka (near Lake Eyre)Highest mountain: Mount Woodroffe, 1,435 metresOldest rocks: Eyre Peninsula, 2300 to 2400 millionyearsOldest building: Holy Trinity Church, North TerraceSwimming - In 1838 it was declared illegal to swim atpublic beaches during the day! This law was enforceduntil 1902.