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Mid North, South Australia

Budget Motel Chain Mid North South Australia

Mid North, South Australia has Budget Motels to make your holiday experience an affordable and comfortable one!

South Australia is bursting with culture, wildlife encounters, exceptional food and wine, events and entertainment. Taste your way through world-famous wine regions only minutes away from Adelaide, soak up the sun at picture-perfect beaches, get up-close and personal with sea lions, dolphins, koalas and kangaroos at wildlife parks and in crystal-clear waters, join the party at our immersive festivals and events or spend the night exploring a thriving restaurant and bar scene. There’s a world of experiences right at your fingertips – do it all in South Australia.

The Mid-North is a most beautiful region of SA as it magically transforms from the incredible wine, wheat, barley, livestock and copper district at the northern end of the Mount Lofty Ranges to the gateway of the outback at the Southern Flinders Ranges. Australia’s first (and largest) copper towns were founded in the Mid-North after those tendering to livestock found vast areas of mineral outcrops in the region. Following livestock and mining came vineyards and crops. The west of the Mid-North is bordered by Spencer Gulf, an extremely healthy seafood haven.

Historic towns aplenty lie within this district (Kapunda, Burra, Clare, Peterborough, Jamestown, Peterborough, Pt Pirie, Pt Augusta, Melrose, Laura and Pt Germein are just a few of many) and each and every one of them steeped in history. A wonderful region to visit and 4 days minimum is recommended.

If you are looking for an affordable place to use as your base while you explore the Mid North region in South Australia, Book Direct with Budget Motels and get the most from your holiday.

Prior to European settlement, Ngadjuri people occupied the area, together with Kaurna in the south and Nukunu along the eastern coast of Spencer Gulf. European recognition of the area dates back to 1838–39 with the naming of the Hutt River after William Hutt of the South Australian Association by William Hill; in 1839 Edward John Eyre named the Broughton River for the first Church of England bishop of Australia. The area through which these rivers and their tributaries flow around Clare forms the approximate geographic centre of the region.

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