Outdoors SA was incorporated as an association in February 2012 to ensure that the outdoor industry and its activities had sound representation in SA. Outdoors SA is determined to create a body that can effectively represent outdoor adventure activities within South Australia.
Search for hiking trails, bushwalks and walks in Adelaide, find a walking club. South Australia’s peak body for walking for health, leisure and transport.
Orienteering is a sport in which participants navigate to complete a course using a map & compass.
The vision of the Office for Recreation and Sport is to see “all South Australians enjoying lives enriched through regular participation in sport and active recreation”.
Canoe SA is the governing body of paddle sport and recreation in South Australia. A guide to finding information about canoeing in South Australia. Whether you are looking to do a kayaking course, join a club, enter events, find out where to paddle or get the latest canoeing news its all here on one site.
A gateway to more than 400 trail experiences across the wonderful state of South Australia.
Whether you’re looking for a leisurely afternoon stroll or an intrepid multi-day wilderness adventure you can find it here. Trails SA is your gateway to getting up close and personal with South Australia’s great outdoors and diverse cultural heritage.
Cycle your way through picturesque vineyards, wander through lush tall stringy-bark forests, scale an ancient mountain range, or fill your lungs with fresh ocean air; there’s a diverse, ancient spectacular landscape out there waiting to be discovered.
Whether you’re travelling on two feet or two wheels, with a paddle or on a saddle; whether you like it fast-paced or prefer to take your time, this website will help you find the trail experience you’re looking for.
Serving South Australia since 1981, SAREA was established to assist competent rock-climbers gain skills and accreditation to become guides and instructors.
South Australia boasts an extensive and comprehensive park system, with over 300 reserves encompassing more than 20% of the state.
DEWNR purpose is to help South Australians conserve, sustain and prosper: