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Top things to do in the Barossa Valley this Weekend

Written on November 14, 2017 in Barossa

It seems every man, woman, dog and their winery are getting ready to kick off summer in a big way. There’s so many fun, interesting and tasty events on in the Barossa Valley this weekend, we thought we’d better let you know about them. Have a shucking good time at Schild Estate Wines Oysters, seafood,...

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Taste the best of Kangaroo Island

Written on October 4, 2017 in Kangaroo Island

  You already know Kangaroo Island as a top South Aussie tourist destination for adventurers, sightseers, and wildlife enthusiasts – but did you know it has the culinary quality to challenge even the most prestigious food and wine regions in the country? Prepare your taste buds, it’s going to be a delicious ride. Though not...

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A Day on the Bay 2017 – Coffin Bay

Written on September 22, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

Sunday 24th of September the stunning coastal town of Coffin Bay comes alive for a food, wine and music event for the whole family.   The event showcases the world famous Coffin Bay Oysters and the food and wine of the Eyre Peninsula – something South Australian’s are very proud of. It’s held at various...

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Hello Yellow – Welcoming Back Stirling Laneways

Written on September 22, 2017 in Adelaide Hills

The popular Stirling Laneways markets return this Sunday, September 24 as Spring blooms in the Adelaide Hills. The markets will take place on the fourth Sunday of each month until April 2018. There’s a reason Stirling Laneways is such a hit with locals and visitors every year, so get the friends and family together and discover...

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Bay to Birdwood 2017

Written on September 19, 2017 in Adelaide

It’s on again, the annual Bay to Birdwood classic car rally is taking place this Sunday, September 24 featuring classic vehicles manufactured between 1956 and 1981. The spectacle begins at West Beach and the cavalcade of beautiful vintage, veteran, and classic specimens take to the road passing onlookers as ladies, gents and children wave from...

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Find Your True North at Wanderlust 108

Written on September 18, 2017 in Adelaide

Ever wanted to complete a triathlon but you know the events just aren’t your style? Don’t let that stop you! Wanderlust 108 Australia and New Zealand is a Yoga and Mindfulness Festival coming to Bonython Park, Saturday, September 23. Wanderlust 108 is centered around yoga and meditation and takes place in 60 cities globally, and come...

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Celebrate Spring in the Vale this October long weekend

Written on September 14, 2017 in Fleurieu Peninsula

It’s time to celebrate the arrival of Spring South Aussie style with good wine, good food, good music and of course – good company. Make this October long weekend an affair to remember – a Spring Affair, amongst the gorgeous McLaren Vale vineyards. This year’s Spring Affair showcases three spectacular wineries representing the natur...

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Victor Harbor Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival

Written on September 12, 2017 in Fleurieu Peninsula

The Victor Harbour Rock ‘N’ Roll Festival is happening once again in one of Fleurieu Peninsula’s favourite seaside destinations.   Kicking off with pre-festival entertainment and classic car display on Friday before revving up to the main event on Saturday the 16th and Sunday the 17th of September. Prepare to be rocked, rolled and run off.....

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Barossa Gourmet Weekend

Written on August 15, 2017 in Barossa

Each year in September, the Barossa Valley comes to life over three action packed days for the Barossa Gourmet Weekend. With its roots deeply planted in wine production, the 2017 program shows off the Barossan beverage culture with a spotlight on gourmet food. Experience the trail, ‘choose your own adventure’ style, with intimate tastings, exqu...

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Enjoy the Warmer Side of Winter in the Barossa

Written on August 11, 2017 in Barossa

Wintertime in South Australia is full of warmth and excitement and if you’re in the know, you’ll have no trouble finding the best spots in the area to spend the warming winter. The Barossa is the ultimate destination for those looking to veer a little away from the city, to enjoy a thriving food and...

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