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Things to do in regional South Australia
From its world-class wine region, to its stunning beaches, to its vast outback – South Australia holds many wonders, just waiting to be explored. Visitors who want to escape the big city can find plenty to admire in South Australia. Whether that means travelling to the heart of the Flinders Ranges, or traversing the state’s 3800km of coastline, there is something for everyone in spectacular South Australia.
Visitors come to Kangaroo Island from the world over to see its natural rugged beauty up close. Just minutes from the mainland, Kangaroo Island is a haven for wildlife – and the visitors who admire it. Clare Valley is another option for those who want to get away from it all, offering visitors gourmet food, superb wine, and a rich history.
For those who want to explore the waterways of South Australia, the Riverland and the Murray River regions are not to be missed. Or alternatively, head to the ocean to discover the splendour of the Eyre Peninsula and Fleurieu Peninsula. For those interested in trying a tipple or two, the Barossa Valley is the place to go.
About Accor Conference Venues in regional South Australia
While regional South Australia certainly holds many attractions for leisure visitors, it can also be the ideal destination for business travellers. Accor has a number of excellent conference venues in regional South Australia, in the areas surrounding Adelaide, and further afield. Accor’s conference venues in South Australia are well-equipped and well presented, making them the perfect choice for anyone looking to host an event.
Novotel Barossa Valley Resort is an outstanding example of Accor’s conference venues, offering a wide range of exceptional accommodation and conferencing options. The resort features nine versatile event spaces within its dedicated conference centre, with the capability to cater for 10 to 300 people.
Each beautifully presented function room is flooded with natural light, and includes state of the art presentation technology, the latest audio visual facilities, and broadband wireless internet access. Business visitors can benefit from the advice and organisation of a dedicated host, as well as a range of onsite and offsite team building activities.
The resort itself features a variety of guest rooms, suites, bungalows and apartments, each offering breathtaking views over the adjacent 18-hole Tanunda Pines Golf Course, the Barossa Ranges, and Jacob’s Creek Vineyards. Leisure facilities include an outdoor pool, a fitness centre, a tennis court, and an Endota Day Spa. Guests can also relax in either of the resort’s two bars or its restaurant, or tantalise their tastebuds in the Tasting Room.