I don't even think there are other companies that sell nuts in SA.
Adelaide has some world-leading fashion designers and brands. Paolo Sebastian is an Adelaide-born Oscar and Logies dress designer. Also, don't forget BNKR who sell C/MEO, Finders Keepers, Keepsake and The Fifth Label.
South Australia takes coffee very seriously. Very, very seriously.
You'll find the best coffee in South Australia. Image: Emma Jane Warren
The only authentic German town in Australia. The best place for beer, schnitzels and kransky.
51- Cheaper living
Why live in Sydney, Perth or Melbourne, when you can live in Adelaide for thousands of dollars cheaper?
52- Can deposits
Empty can? That's worth 10 cents.
53- Reusable bags
Other states still use plastic bags! Talk about being behind the times!
A meaty, saucy, yirosy mess dumped on a pile of crispy chips. The heart attack that you need after a night out.
55- Yo-yo biscuits
It is quite unbelievable that other states have survived without yo-yo biscuits.
The Adelaide Symphony Orchestra has been going since 1936, been featured in songs with Hilltop Hoods, and won all sorts of awards.
South Australia has the nation's biggest amount of uranium, copper and gold. We are richer than we think.
South Australia has some of the best surf beaches, including Waitpinga and Middleton. Dion Atkinson, from Seacliff, represents Australia in surfing all over the world.
Sir Donald Bradman and Darren Lehmann, both raised in South Australia, grew up to be famous Aussie cricketers.
61- Central state
South Australia shares borders with every single state in the mainland country. There's no excuse not to travel here.
62- Epic summer
The highest recorded temperature in Australia was in Oodnadatta in SA. It got to 50.7 degrees Celsius. Now, that is beach weather.
63- Rare animals
There are so many interesting animals that mainly live in South Australia. Have you heard of the Adelaide Rosella? They're only found in Adelaide and the Mount Lofty Region. Nowhere else!
No state has AFL rivalry like South Australia. You either support Port Adelaide or Adelaide Crows. Take your pick. There's a 50/50 chance I'll be friends with you when you decide. Oh, and expect brutality at a showdown.
77- Lookouts Windy Point and Mount Lofty have an awesome clear view of the city. Perfect for a selfie. Or there's a bazillion peaks along the Heysen Trail. Or Stirling, Penfolds Road, Sunnyside Road, Eagle on the Hill, Montefiore Hill.
78- Aerial skypark Mega Adventure in West Beach is the first ever ariel adventure park in the country.
The car scene is massive in Adelaide. And there are so many scenic tourist drives. Greenhill Road up to Mount Lofty is a classic for people who think they're race car drivers.
Ghosts in the Old Adelaide Gaol. Ghosts in Adelaide Arcade. Ghosts everywhere.
Bike lanes on all main roads. Thousands riding to work every day. Free bike hire in the city. Adelaide is cycle central.
What a mighty effort.Congrats. on the article, which included some good photos.We need many more people like you out there promoting this State.We have a piffling Information Tourist Centre in James Place,that falls way behind my image of what a centre of this nature should be.I wonder what overseas visitors must think about this,,hardly enough room to swing a cat!