WE brought you the thirty ways you know you're a South Aussie. Now a look at the locations that make us great - here's the 25 most unusual places in SA.

WE brought you the thirty ways you know youre a South Aussie. Now a look at the locations that make us great - heres the 25 most unusual places in SA.

Ewens Ponds

Ewens Ponds is a series of three water-filled limestone sinkholes on Eight Mile Creek 25 kilometres South of Mt.

Ewens Ponds is a somewhat little-known secret in regards to fresh-water diving and snorkeling in South Australia. Situated about half an hour south of Mount Gambier, it is fairly easily accessed vi…

Ewens Ponds is a somewhat little-known secret in regards to fresh-water diving and snorkeling in South Australia. Situated about half an hour south of Mount Gambier, it is fairly easily accessed vi…

Ewens Ponds Conservation Park has spring-fed limestone ponds that can be discovered by snorkelling along the shallow channels or scuba diving into the ponds. The clarity of the water enables plants to grow underwater to a depth of about six metres. Some of these plants are not found growing fully submerged underwater anywhere else in the world.The channels connect three basin shaped ponds which are approximately 10 metres deep. Book a timeslot to go snorkelling in the ponds and come face to…

Morialta Conservation Park is known for its rugged ridges, gully scenery and seasonal waterfalls. The views provide opportunities to admire Morialta Gorge


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