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South Australia, abbreviated SA, is an Australian state situated in the south-central region of the continent. Having a total land area of 983,482 sq km, South Australia is the country's fourth-largest state. Besides, with a population of 17.7 lakhs (as of September 2020), SA is the fifth-most populated state in Australia.
Besides, South Australia is also home to the world-famous and internationally recognised wildlife haven, Kangaroo Island. Further, the state is also famous for its wine, and Barossa Valley is the wealthiest wine region in Australia.
The capital city of Adelaide is the largest in the state. Besides, it is also the fifth-most populated city on the continent.
The state of South Australia is situated in a convenient location with all the other mainland Australian states bordering it. To its west lies Western Australia, and to its east lies New South Wales. The Northern Territory borders the northern side of the state. The state of Victoria lies to its south-east, and to the south is the Great Australian Bight.
Human activities on this land may be dated back to around 20,000 years. The famous Kangaroo Island was inhabited much before the island was separated from the mainland by rising sea levels.
Matthew Flinders and Nicolas Baudin first mapped the South Australian coastline in 1802.
South Australia is home to several primary and secondary schools. There are tertiary educational institutions as well, including three state and four private universities.
There are numerous transportation systems in the state, including railways, road networks, airways, and river and sea transport systems.
It is a spectacular spot that attracts innumerable tourists from across the globe. Kangaroo Island is Australia's third-largest island and is considered one of the significant natural attractions of the country.
It is an hour's drive from the capital city of Adelaide. It is blessed with green, fertile soils, and in fact, the valley is known for being the oldest grape-growing vines of Australia.
Photographers, nature lovers, and wanderlusts will love this place! Even artists find it an excellent place for some practice sessions. Further, the spot has several wildlife species, like emus, wallabies, coloured parrots, and others.