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All the chats in South Australia

  1. Chats in Adelaide
  2. Chats in Adelaide Hills
  3. Chats in Mount Gambier
  4. Chats in Gawler
  5. Chats in Whyalla
  6. Chats in Murray Bridge
  7. Chats in Port Augusta
  8. Chats in Port Pirie
  9. Chats in Port Lincoln
  10. Chats in Port Augusta West
  11. Chats in Happy Valley
  12. Chats in Athelstone
  13. Chats in Mount Barker
  14. Chats in Victor Harbor
  15. Chats in Salisbury
  16. Chats in Naracoorte
  17. Chats in Millicent
  18. Chats in Grange
  19. Chats in Klemzig
  20. Chats in Nuriootpa
  21. Chats in Strathalbyn
  22. Chats in Tanunda
  23. Chats in Berri
  24. Chats in Roxby Downs
  25. Chats in Blair Athol
  26. Chats in Elizabeth
  27. Chats in Encounter Bay
  28. Chats in Nairne
  29. Chats in Marion
  30. Chats in Aldgate
  31. Chats in Brighton
  32. Chats in Willaston
  33. Chats in Stirling
  34. Chats in Barmera
  35. Chats in Wallaroo
  36. Chats in Kapunda
  37. Chats in Lewiston
  38. Chats in Hahndorf
  39. Chats in Williamstown
  40. Chats in Bordertown
South Australia

South Australia is one of the six states that, together with the two continental territories and the six insular ones, make up the Commonwealth of Australia. Its capital and most populated city is Adelaida, known as the city of churches. It is located in the south of the country, bounded on the north by the Northern Territory, on the northeast by Queensland, on the east by New South Wales, on the southeast by Victoria, on the south by the Great Australian Bay and the gulfs Spencer and Saint Vicent, and to the west with Western Australia. With 983 482 km² it is the fourth most extensive state or territory, behind Western Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory.

The majority of the population resides in Adelaide, with the majority of the remaining population distributed in the fertile areas along the southeast coast and on the banks of the Murray River. The origin of South Australia is unique in the history of the country since it was a British province of free colonization. Official colonization began on December 28,1836 when the state was declared at The Old Gum Tree by Governor Hindmarsh. The way to colonize this part of Australia was done following a theory of Edward Gibbon Wakefield that was later used to colonize New Zealand. The goal was to establish the province as a center of civilization for free immigrants, it would have civil liberties and religious tolerance. Although its history has been marked by economic difficulties, South Australia has remained a state with political innovation and a vibrant cultural life.

Today, the state is known as the festive state and the good wine. The state's economy is focused on the primary sector, especially in agriculture, industry, the mining industry and the financial sector have grown significantly.