South Australia 4th largest state located in the southern central region of Australia , and the most arid region of the country.
Adelaide is the capital city of South Australia.
South Australia's Central Business District (CBD) is a renowned center of world class education comprising six universities.
It is also the only Australian state having its Universities appearing amongst one of the significant three global ranking systems.
South Australia occupies approximately 1/8th of the country's total land is composed of an arid landscape and low mountain ranges.
The Flinders Ranges are the more significant mountain ranges in South Australia, stretching 800 km across the state.
The highest point in the state is Mount Woodroffe, at 4,708 ft, and is located in the North-western part of the state in the Musgrave Ranges.
The Nullarbor Plain in the southwestern part of the island is the world's single largest milestone and stretches over 684 miles west into Western Australia.
South Australia has a population of 1.7 million people which is 7.14% of the total Australian population
The capital city Adelaide is densely populated with around 77% of the country's population, followed by Mount Gambier
49.3 % of the total population are male and 50.7 % of the population are female
Over 77% of the total South Australian population live in the capital city, Adelaide.
South Australia has a strong economy and its key industries are; Minerals, Fishing, Renewable energy, Agriculture, Forestry, Manufacturing, Health and Education, Food and wine.
Major exports include wheat, wine, meat, metals, education and tourism.
South Australia produces more than half of Australia's wine and is known for its national wine centre.Wine exports in Australian Capital Territory account for over 60% of the country's total wine exports.
South Australia is strong in emerging technologies and has the Southern Hemisphere's most significant biomedical facilities.
South Australia is rich in renewable resources, oil, gas and minerals. 25% of the world's uranium resources and 37% of Australia's wind power capacity can be found in South Australia and are fast-growing sectors in the state.