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There are plenty of opportunities in South Australia. Many people move to South Australia for the climate and multi culturalism. With a population of over 1.6 million, South Australia has diverse natural landscapes and climate that make it unique compared to other states.
Find more info at the government website for Living in South Australia.
There are plenty of places to live and prosper in South Australia. Some of these places include Adelaide which is the capital city of South Australia. Cooper Pedy which is about 845 kilometres north of Adelaide with key attractions such as opal noodling and underground accommodation. Roxy down which is 553 kilometres north of Adelaide with key attractions such as the Olympic Dam Mine and the Arid Recovery ecosystem restoration project. Port Augusta, that has a population of 11,489 and is 306 kilometres north of Adelaide with Wadlata Outback centre and Spencer Gulf Cruises as some main attractions. There is also Whyalla with a population of over 21,700 and located 382 kilometres from Adelaide with its key attractions being Point Lowly Peninsula and heritage lighthouse. Also, a great Maritime Museum. There is also Pot Pirie, a smaller town with more than 6,700 inhabitants with its key attractions being Nyrstar Lead Smelter Tours and Port Pirie Regional Tourism and Arts centre. There is Clare which is less than 2-hour drive from Adelaide and has Wide Range of cellar doors, Riesling Trail for recreational cyclists. You can also find Nuriootpa in South Australia located about 79 kilometres from Adelaide which has TV personality Maggie Beer’s Farm Shop and Wineries including Penfolds and Wolf Blass. Just west of Adelaide you can find Pot Lincoln which is about a 6-hour drive from Adelaide and has a population of over 14,000. It posts beautiful Ocean adventures such as swimming with sea lions and dolphins, cages diving with Great White Sharks and Tuna. Natural attractions include an amazing coastal environment and national parks. Mount Barker which is closer to Adelaide, with a population of over 11,809. You can take the Mount Barker Summit Scenic drive or visit the Laratinga wetlands. Or you may want to move to Murray Bridge. Located about 1 hr drive from Adelaide with its key attractions being Monarto Zoological Park and the Murray Bridge Horse Racing Course. Let’s not forget about Mount Gambier with a population of over 24,000. Located about 5 hours south east of Adelaide. Key attractions include the Lady Nelson Visitor and Discovery Centre and the Riddoch Art Gallery.