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South Australia

South Australia has 3.700 km coastline and over 100 islands and is one of the economically strongest states in Australia.  You can find a lot of German town names such as Hahndorf around Adelaide. 

At the end of the 19th century many Germans immigrated to Australia with a majority settling on the green hills around Adelaide. The German influence is also reflected in the shops. Hence you can find a Blackforest cake in several cake shops. About 1.1 million of the 1.5 million residents of South Australia live in Adelaide. 

Typically for Australia the remaining people live in a small strip along the coastline. Interesting things to see are: the Barossa Valley with its wineries, the unique Kangaroo Island and Murray River with its stunning countryside.


Free settlers solely founded Adelaide. The state welcomed settlers of all religions and ethnic groups who then built their own temples, churches...

Barossa Valley

Barossa Valley with the green vineyard covered hills does not only offer a good wine and excellent food. Picturesque churches and small...

Claire Valley

It’s a cosy atmosphere in Claire Valley with it’s small family owned firms and their small vine shops. The valley strtches from Auburn...

Mount Gambier

Mount Gambier apppears like a luxuriant oasis developped on the plain of an extinct volcano. In summer the Blue Lake Crater is sparkeling like...


Melbourne Cup Timetable 2009
Melbourne Cup Timetable. The Melbourne Cup 2009 is held at 3. November 2009. Find the Timetable for all races here.
Melbourne Cup 2008
The Melbourne Cup is the most important Australian thoroughbred horse racing. In 2008 the Emirates Melbourne Cup 2008 takes place at 4.11.2008 at 15:00 local time in Melbourne.
Russian flag on Mount Kosciuszko
Russian climber Alexey Kuzminykh and his team of alpinists reached Australia's highest mountain peak, Mt. Kosciuszko at 2228 m, where the Sochi 2014 flag now flies.