Viewing: Regional Showcase
Construction work has begun on two major renewable projects in South Australia.
Famed Parachilna watering hole, the Prairie Hotel, is packing its cooking basket with feral antipasto and kangaroo burgers and heading to Adelaide for the winter.
New funds to build a bush tucker trail in the Flinders Ranges are helping one small town with its Tourism rebrand.
A $1 billion nature fund has been used to buy a vast track of outback South Australia containing the oldest animal fossils on Earth.
Organisers of a travelling country music festival across the Flinders Ranges and Outback are hoping the event will lift the spirits of locals struggling with the impacts of drought.
For the enthusiastic boaties, a lake with no water is a little like a pub with no beer, but members of the Lake Eyre Yacht Club are accustomed to the dry spells.
The provenance of South Australia wool will be celebrated through a public design competition launched by the Australian Wool Network (AWN).
About 600km north of Adelaide in the South Australian outback, locals in the remote town of Andamooka have spent the past year fundraising for a new public pool.
The diversification of Rawnsley Park Station in the Flinders Ranges from an outback shee grazing property to a tourist hotspot is still paying off for its owners Julie and Tony Smith.
Veterinarian and third generation beef pastoralist Ellen Litchfield is heading to desert country in African to research leading ways to farm cattle with little rainfall.
A Coober Pedy community group is on a mission to boost tourism in the famous outback opal town by overhauling its marketing materials and revitalising one of the town’s major events.
Coober Pedy is the eccentric outback town renowned for its opals and underground dugouts, but roll around every Saturday night and scenes of Hollywood will flicker before your eyes.