How to book the best summertime resorts in Australia
The best summer resorts in South Australia are located right at the edge of the Emerald Coast, in areas that have never experienced the kind of summertime tourism that the Sunshine State has experienced over the past year.
The resort industry has been struggling for years, with many resort operators facing major funding shortfalls and resort operators unable to meet their financial obligations.
But, with more and more resort operators looking to expand, some of the best options for tourists are right on the coast.
Here’s a guide to some of South Australia’s best summer spots.
Mountain View and Mount Gambier – The highest peaks in South Australian are Mount Gambiers, Mount Gambie and Mount Lachlan.
The first of these two peaks is the most popular with backpackers, while the second, Mount Lathlain, has a popular nightlife and a popular waterfall, both of which are great for swimming.
These two high-altitude peaks, with their sweeping views of the state, are a perfect choice for a relaxing summer weekend.
Cairns is also famous for its spectacular waterfalls, but these aren’t available at this time of year.
But, there are plenty of options if you’re looking for an alternative to the tourist traffic that would otherwise be expected on a hot, humid Saturday afternoon.
Rendering of the Cairns Waterfall, a spectacular waterfall in South Africa.
Image credit: Cairnes Waterfalls & ParksRenderer rendering of the South Africa’s most famous waterfall, Mount Kilauea.
Image source: Cinco de Mayo 2016South Australia is also known for its vast wilderness, with plenty of mountain and river trails, with great wildlife to explore and many bushwalks to see.
The state has several bushwalk trails, but the best of the lot is the North South Track, which stretches for more than 20 kilometres, from the remote towns of Banyan Ridge to the remote villages of Northcote.
A popular trail in South America, this trail is the first of its kind in South Asia, as it was discovered in South Korea, which was the first country to build a trail for hiking.
The trail was built to link two popular hiking routes, which can be accessed from a number of different locations, including the Banyans Ridge, where it runs parallel to the South Korean border.
For those who prefer the more relaxed nature of the North Cordon Trail, there is a short walk between the Bannan Ridge and Northcotes South Track.
Other options to see the state are the Lake Cairn Trail and the Black Rock Desert Trail, which both connect to the Northcords Black Rock Valley Trail.
But the best part of the area is the area known as the Canyans National Park, a vast, flat expanse of sandstone, with some of Australia’s most breathtaking scenery.
While you’re there, be sure to check out the nearby Canyan Mountains National Park.
You can’t beat the views of Mount Gambies stunning blue lake.
Renders of the Mount Gambias Mount Gambian lake.
Image courtesy of Mount Gorgonia.
Photo credit: Mount Gambia TourismThe state is also home to some incredible rock formations, including Mount Gambi, Mount Gorgan and Mount Tamalpais, which are amongst the most visited in the world.
The Mount Gambiamma is the highest peak in South South Africa, and has been visited by over 3.6 million tourists in the past five years.
The best time to visit Mount Gambians peaks is from early May until late August, when the temperature will drop significantly, allowing the mountain to be viewed from many different angles.
The South Australia Department of Environment and Conservation has set out a series of guidelines for visitors who want to visit the state’s mountains, including a maximum length of one hour and a maximum elevation of 8,000 metres.
Mount Gambias most famous peak, Mount Tamarama.
Image Credit: Banyangang National ParkSouth Australia has an array of national parks, with several in the state and one more in Western Australia.
You’re likely to be surprised at what you can see when visiting the state when it’s hot.
There are plenty to choose from, from bushland to pristine beaches, and many of these places have great activities for kids.
If you’re a little more adventurous, there’s an array and variety of wildlife to see and experience, and there are also some spectacular beaches to enjoy.
For a truly unique and unique experience, head to the Emerald Hills National Park or the Crows Nest National Park and enjoy the best views of South Africa!