South Australia  is an Australian state with many contrasts. The southern portion of the state is pastoral, but as you drive north it becomes progressively drier and more barren until it becomes arid desert. Because of this, the majority of the population live to the south and east of Adelaide.
Highways and byways
South Australia's main air gateway is Adelaide Airport. Which hosts both domestic and international flights. Some internation flights into Adelaide are from Singapore, Malaysia and New Zealand. There are regular domestic flights into Adelaide from all Australian Capital Cities. Train services include the Indian Pacific (from Perth and Sydney), The Gahn (from Darwin through Alice Springs) and the Overland (from Melbourne). There is also extensive roads to and from the State. Be careful though as some areas require you to surrender fruit and vegetable matter at the border to prevent Fruit Fly infestation, and decimating the fruit industry.
The Central Market near Victoria Square is a wonderful food resource, with a variety of produce from the gastronomic to the everyday, at competetive prices.There is also a range of economical cafes & restaurants nearby. The Market is open Tuesdays, Thursdays, Friday ( till 2100)and Saturdays till about 1430 hrs.
"Coopers" Beer is an icon of South Australia. It is often described as the biggest small brewery in Australia.It is still family-owned. All Coopers products claim to be made by "natural" methods. There is a range of products from crisp lager styles to dark stout. At one time, Coopers claimed to be the largest by volume exporter of bottled beer to the United States! Coopers Home Brew kits have an international reputation & are exported to many countries.