The Adelaide Plains Council is located in two tourism regions, the Clare Valley and Yorke Peninsula.
Located along the Samphire Coast there are a significant and undisturbed area of mangroves. It provides the perfect opportunity to see the samphire shrubland, mallee, and to particiapte recreational boating, fishing and crabbing.
The town of Parham is home of the unique ''Jinkers'' which are used to launch boats from the beach. Parham also is a premier crabbing location and home of the Blue Swimmer Crab.
The Samphire Coast incorporates the International Bird Sanctuary across the shoreline and into the mangroves.
Inland and across the Adelaide Plains hosts numerous activities and places to visit including the Mallala Museum, Mallala Motorsport Park, The Rockies, The Dublin Anti-Dump Protest Statues and the historical Two Wells.