Travel Reports » State of South Australia (Australia)

South Australia is an Australian state with approximately 1.7 million inhabitants. Slightly more than three quarters of the inhabitants live in the region of the federal capital Adelaide and in the fertile southeast. The main economic sectors are agriculture, manufacturing and mining. Furthermore, more than half of the wine produced in Australia comes from the Adelaide area. The coastline totals 4,800 kilometres and Kangaroo Island, which belongs to South Australia, is the third largest island in Australia. Other well-known sights include Coober Pedy, Lake Eyre National Park and the Nullarbor Plain.