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South Australia

South Australia offers a variety of nature from its dry north to its green south. The capital city of South Australia is Adelaide, a pretty city on the south coast. The population of South Australia is about 1.5 million of which about 1 million live in and around Adelaide.

King William Street, Adelaide
King William Street, Adelaide
 
Port Augusta is found at the top of Gulf St. Vincent, and about 500 kilometres west is Ceduna. It is not a big place, but it is the last town before the WA border. The next town west of Ceduna is Norseman in Western Australia, a distance of 1200 kilometres.

Some of the area between Ceduna and Norseman is called Nullarbor, which is a corruption of the Latin words meaning "no trees". And there really are no trees and the ground is completely flat. The costal view is breathtaking and worth many stops just to admire the nature and the great view of the flat dry land and the ocean just beside each other.

In the middle of SA you find a strange little place where people live underground. This strange and dusty place is called Coober Pedy and is well-known for its opal mining.

Planned cities to show detailed information about, still to come though:

- Adelaide
- Port Augusta
- Coober Pedy
- Ceduna

Information about these cities and other places in South Australia is very much welcome. Email us, please.


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