- Kapunda »
- Keith »
- Kingston On Murray »
- Kingston SE »
The port town of Kingston became Kingston South East to distinguish it from Kingston-on-Murray.
One of Australia's best lobster fishing ports
- Littlehampton »
- Loxton »
- Mannum »
Mannum, founded in 1852, lies 82km east of Adelaide and is a major port on the mighty Murray River. In the area are scenic drives, boats and house boats for hire.
- Marion Bay »
- McLaren Vale »
- Meningie »
Located on the shores of Lake Albert. 152 km south-east of Adelaide. A holiday town in beautiful natural surrounds...
- Middleton »
Popular for surfing and fishing with an attractive beach.
The towns name is believed to derive from being halfway between Goolwa and Port Elliot on the railway line.
- Millicent »
- Mintaro »
Mintaro was established in the 1850's when homes and public buildings were constructed to provide services to the teams transporting copper from Burra to Port Wakefield...
- Mount Barker »
- Mount Compass »
- Mount Gambier »
Mount Gambier is the regional centre of the South East of South Australia.
Mount Gambier with its twin lakes and peak surrounding South Australia's second largest town is clearly visible from all directions makes a formidable picture on the horizon in this otherwise flat region...
- Mount Lofty »
- Murray Bridge »
- Naracoorte »
The town is famous for its nearby caves, boasting some of the finest (thin/long) stalagtites.
The original spelling of the town was "Narracoorte"...
- Normanville »
3 km south from Yankalilla, located on the main road from Adelaide to Cape Jervis.
- Nuriootpa »
- Oakbank »
- Orroroo »
- Penola »
In the heart of the South Australian wine districts, the Coonawarra and Penola district.
Important in the life of Mary McKillop, Australia's first saint...
- Peterborough »
Known as Petersburg until 1918. The great steam era has been preserved at Steamtown which is situated in the original railway workshops at the western end of the town.
- Pine Point »
- Port Augusta »
- Port Elliot »
A popular seaside tourism destination located 91 km south of Adelaide.
Cafes, gift shops and antiques...
- Port Lincoln »
- Port MacDonnell »
Port MacDonnell,the southernmost town in South Australia, is located 467 km south East of Adelaide.
Port MacDonnell is a quiet coastal town with historical lighthouse sites and the current working lighthouse just out of town...
- Port Noarlunga »
- Port Pirie »
- Port Willunga »
- Quorn »
- Renmark »
Renmark Paringa is situated in the beautifull landscape of South Australia along the banks of the picturesque Murray River...
- Robe »
Popular coastal holiday destination well known for its seafood. An attractive historic town.
- Roxby Downs »
- Stansbury »
- Strathalbyn »
Located only 57 km south of Adelaide. Strathalbyn.
A very pleasant Heritage listed town popular with tourists.
- Streaky Bay »
- Tanunda »
- Tumby Bay »
- Victor Harbor »
Overlooking historic Encounter Bay and the Southern Ocean. A short drive from Cape Jervis and the ferry to Kangaroo Island...
- Waikerie »
- Watervale »
Located at the southern end of the Clare Valley. A town surrounded by vineyards and a good base from which to tour the wineries.
- Whyalla »
Whyalla is a dynamic multicultural community located on the western shores of the upper Spencer Gulf in South Australia.
- Whyalla Norrie »
- Wilmington »
Wilmington is well placed just south of Pt Augusta and its surrounding area is an ideal place for those seeking a quiet spot when travelling north to Flinder's Ranges or coming over from the Nullarbor or even coming down from the Centre...
- Wilpena Pound »
- Wirrabara »
A lovely town nestled at the beginning of the Southern Flinders Ranges 235 km North of Adelaide on the main road heading north from Crystal Brook...
- Wirrina Cove »