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ATE18 Media Famils


ATE18 Media Famils

 

The South Australian Tourism Commission has developed a full program of exciting pre and post event familiarisation options for hosted media.

Please note, at this stage itineraries are indicative only and are subject to change. Minimum numbers apply for each famil and tours are conducted in English.

PRE AND POST FAMILS

GO WILD OUT WEST (Eyre Peninsula)

Suitable for Eastern Hemisphere
10 to 12 April - Pre 1
From sand to sea and scenic flights, enjoy the best of Eyre Peninsula on this safari. Explore this untamed region boasting some of Australia's best seafood, scenery and wildlife. You'll swim with wild sea lions in their natural habitat and get up close with amazing Australian wildlife. On the final day, a helicopter tour will combine an adrenalin rush with a bird's-eye view of South Australia's wild west coast.

ON SAFARI (Eyre Peninsula)

Suitable for Western Hemisphere
10 to 12 April - Pre 2
Think safari – minus the predators. This trip is all about the wildlife and outback landscapes of the Gawler Ranges and Lake Gairdner. Glamp it up in luxury in the Kangaluna Safari Camp and let experienced guides share the glittering colours of the salt lakes and volcanic rock beds. Enjoy rich sunsets over Lake Sturt and the 1500 million-year-old Organ Pipes and soak up the bush feel of Mikkira Station and Wudinna while spotting koalas, kangaroos and an abundance of birds. Baird Bay’s Australian sea lions are a highlight. Watch them play or dive in for an unforgettable swim with the puppy dogs of the sea.

NATURE, WINE & WILDLIFE (Kangaroo Island) 

Suitable for Eastern Hemisphere
10 to 12 April - Pre 3
Fly to Kangaroo Island and spend three days with guides who know all the hot spots. Walk among sea lions at Seal Bay, get up close and personal with birds of prey and see koalas, kangaroos, echidnas and wallabies in their natural habitat. Following this experience, go wild yourself with sand-boarding, quad-biking and a swim with dolphins. Stay at American River and break up your adventure with a taste of the fresh local produce and some of the island’s favourite wines.

ACTION PACKED TASTE OF KANGAROO ISLAND (Kangaroo Island)

Suitable for Western Hemisphere
10 to 12 April - Pre 4
An action-packed taste of Kangaroo Island from swimming with dolphins on a marine adventure to sand-boarding, quad-biking and getting up close and personal with birds of prey. Experienced guides will showcase the wildlife and wilderness at Flinders Chase National Park. Then there is the gourmet food and wine on offer. Tickle the tastebuds at the island’s sheep dairy, gin distillery, and one of the Islands breweries. Accommodation is at the luxurious Lifetime Private Retreats where you will also be treated to one of KI’s unique dining experiences. 

WONDERS OF KANGAROO ISLAND (Kangaroo Island)

10 to 12 April - Pre 5
This adventure promises to reveal the wonders of Kangaroo Island in the most exquisite way. You will stay in a world-class retreat that offers a blend of luxury, breath-taking views, gourmet food and wine and pure nature. Seal Bay, Flinders Chase National Park and the KI Wilderness Trail will be at your doorstep. Add a marine adventure to see wild dolphins, a close encounter with birds of prey and lunch in a stunning winery setting, and you will have an unforgettable experience.

FEAST FOR THE SENSES (Limestone Coast)

10 to 12 April - Pre 6
Long sandy beaches, pretty seaside towns and lush vineyards make up the Limestone Coast landscape. Start your journey at the stunning Sunken Garden, once a limestone cave. Then discover how rich red soils help produce some of our finest wines in the famed Coonawarra district. You will dine on some of the best local produce available and sleep in luxury tents nestled among 400-year-old red gum trees. Get a taste of station life and the ultimate “paddock to plate” experience before heading to Robe, one of South Australia’s favourite seaside destinations. Top your stay off with a combination of adventure, Indigenous culture, nature and wildlife as you learn the story of the Coorong.

HIGHLIGHTS OF BAROSSA AND ADELAIDE HILLS (Barossa and Adelaide Hills)

Suitable for Eastern Hemisphere 
10 to 12 April - Pre 7
Whether you are cuddling a koala or having breakfast with a kangaroo; tasting beer or matching chocolate with wine; touring on a segway, trike or in a convertible, your visit promises to be unique. You’ll stay in luxury and dine at some of South Australia’s finest restaurants nestled among the vines and steeped in history. Savour the big bodied reds of the Barossa at historic Yalumba and the picturesque Murray Street Vineyard and “taste your birth year” in a Seppeltsfield fortified wine experience. Sample the cooler climate wines of the lush Adelaide Hills vineyards at The Lane and Hahndorf Hill Winery and soak up our German heritage with a walk through Hahndorf.

TASTE OF BAROSSA AND ADELAIDE HILLS (Barossa and Adelaide Hills)

Suitable for Western Hemisphere
10 to 12 April - Pre 8
You’ll stay in luxury and dine at some of South Australia’s finest restaurants nestled among the vines and steeped in history. Walk through Hahndorf and soak up the German heritage then visit Cedars, home to noted landscape artist, Sir Hans Heysen. See the tourist gems of Basket Range with winemaker Taras Ochota and sample the cooler climate wines of the lush Adelaide Hills vineyards at Hahndorf Hill Winery and Unico Zelo. Savour the big bodied reds of the Barossa at Yalumba, Yelland & Papps and Murray Street Vineyard and “taste your birth year” in a Seppeltsfield fortified wine experience.

FUNTASTIC FLEURIEU AND MAGIC MCLAREN VALE (Fleurieu Peninsula)

10 to 12 April - Pre 9
Nature, wine and wildlife! It starts with a 4WD off-road tour of the beaches, bushland and rugged coastline of the Fleurieu Peninsula. The adventure continues on the water with a Big Duck wildlife tour, before jumping below the surface for the chance to swim with tuna at Oceanic Victor. Lift the spirits with a gin and liqueur tasting and brace for a day of wine tasting in McLaren Vale from quirky Dog Ridge, Beresford and Gemtree Winery. You will also get the chance to experience Wirra Wirra with its watermelon catapult as well as 270-degree views of Hugh Hamilton Vineyards.

WHERE THE BUSH AND OUTBACK MEETS THE VINES (Clare Valley, Flinders Ranges and Outback)

Suitable for Western Hemisphere
17 to 19 April - Post 1
Your journey to the Flinders Ranges takes you through the Clare Valley, where the bush meets the vines. Clare Valley is renowned for its gourmet food, rich heritage and world-class wines. Here you will stroll between cellar doors, dine at quality restaurants and cycle along the famous Riesling Trail. Then it’s onwards and upwards to the Flinders Ranges where you will get a bird’s-eye view of the vast ranges on a scenic flight, experience the rugged landscape on a 4WD tour and learn the story of the land on an Aboriginal walking tour in Wilpena Pound. You will stay in the environmentally friendly eco-villas and enjoy an outback sunset on the Chace Range.

STEP OUT ON AN OUTBACK ADVENTURE     (Flinders Ranges and Outback)

Suitable for Western Hemisphere
17 to 19 April - Post 2
Dust off your hiking gear and step into an Australian Outback adventure of a lifetime. Cross an ancient landscape and private wildlife conservancy with the Arkaba walk, where you'll be immersed in the land with local experts guiding the way. Travel by charter aircraft to capture a bird’s-eye view of the rugged Flinders Ranges, sculpted by nature over millions of years, before you rest your head with a luxury glamping experience.

HIGHLIGHTS OF BAROSSA AND ADELAIDE HILLS (Barossa and Adelaide Hills)

Suitable for Eastern Hemisphere
17 to 19 April - Post 3
Whether you are cuddling a koala or having breakfast with a kangaroo; tasting beer or matching chocolate with wine; touring on a segway, trike or in a convertible, your visit promises to be unique. You’ll stay in luxury and dine at some of South Australia’s finest restaurants nestled among the vines and steeped in history. Savour the big bodied reds of the Barossa at historic Yalumba and the picturesque Murray Street Vineyard and “taste your birth year” in a Seppeltsfield fortified wine experience. Sample the cooler climate wines of the lush Adelaide Hills vineyards at The Lane, Mt Lofty Ranges Vineyard and Hahndorf Hill Winery and soak up our German heritage with a walk through Hahndorf.

TASTE OF BAROSSA AND ADELAIDE HILLS (Barossa and Adelaide Hills)

Suitable for Western Hemisphere
17 to 19 April - Post 4
You’ll stay in luxury and dine at some of South Australia’s finest restaurants nestled among the vines and steeped in history. Walk through Hahndorf and soak up the German heritage then visit Cedars, home to noted landscape artist, Sir Hans Heysen. See the tourist gems of Basket Range with winemaker Taras Ochota and sample the cooler climate wines of the lush Adelaide Hills vineyards at Hahndorf Hill Winery and Unico Zelo. Savour the big bodied reds of the Barossa at Yalumba, Yelland & Papps and Murray Street Vineyard and “taste your birth year” in a Seppeltsfield fortified wine experience.

MAGIC OF ADELAIDE HILLS AND MCLAREN VALE (Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu Peninsula)

17 to 19 April - Post 5
Nature, wine and wildlife! Sample the cooler climate wines of the lush Adelaide Hills vineyards and get up close and personal with koalas and other native Australian animals. Then take the adventure on the water with a Big Duck wildlife tour, before jumping below the surface for the chance to swim with tuna at Oceanic Victor. Lift the spirits with a gin and liqueur tasting and brace for a day of wine tasting in McLaren Vale from quirky Dog Ridge and Beresford to Wirra Wirra with its watermelon catapult and Hugh Hamilton with a 270-degree view of the vineyards.

ON SAFARI (Eyre Peninsula)

Suitable for Western Hemisphere
17 to 19 April - Post 6
Think safari – minus the predators. This trip is all about the wildlife and outback landscapes of the Gawler Ranges and Lake Gairdner. Glamp it up in luxury in the Kangaluna Safari Camp and let experienced guides share the glittering colours of the salt lakes and volcanic rock beds. Enjoy rich sunsets over Lake Sturt and the 1500 million-year-old Organ Pipes and soak up the bush feel of Mikkira Station and Wudinna while spotting koalas, kangaroos and an abundance of birds. Baird Bay’s Australian sea lions are a highlight. Watch them play or dive in for an unforgettable swim with the puppy dogs of the sea.

NATURE, WINE & WILDLIFE (Kangaroo Island)

17 to 19 April - Post 7
Fly to Kangaroo Island and spend three days with guides who know all the hot spots. Walk among sea lions at Seal Bay, get up close and personal with birds of prey and see koalas, kangaroos, echidnas and wallabies in their natural habitat. Following this experience, go wild yourself with sand-boarding, quad-biking and a swim with dolphins. Stay at American River and break up your adventure with a taste of the local fresh produce and some of the island’s favourite wines.

WONDERS OF KANGAROO ISLAND (Kangaroo Island)

17 to 19 April - Post 8
This adventure promises to reveal the wonders of Kangaroo Island in the most exquisite way. You will be staying in a world-class retreat that offers a blend of luxury, breath-taking views, gourmet food and wine and pure nature. Seal Bay, Flinders Chase National Park and the KI Wilderness Trail will be at your doorstep. Add close encounters with wildlife, birds of prey and lunch in a bush setting, and you will have an unforgettable experience.

 

 

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