Posts by: dueSouth

Family Fun in Kangaroo Island

Written on May 31, 2018 in Kangaroo Island

When travelling to South Australia, visitors may first opt for a chic hotel in the city, venture to one of the many vineyards in the popular wine regions or even opt for an authentic Australian culture experience by staying in the outback. Not many think to stray from the mainland, but for South Australian locals,...

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Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival 2018

Written on May 11, 2018 in Limestone Coast

Almost 400 kilometres south-east of Adelaide, with only 1,500 residents, is the charming town of Penola. Nearby is Coonawarra, a landmark of Australian wine production. Each May, these towns hold the Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival – a celebration of wine, literature, food, art and rich cultural heritage. Described as ‘one of the most cultu...

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Station Stays – Flinders Ranges

Written on April 27, 2018 in Flinders Ranges and Outback

As technology continues to fill our lives and people look for more of a work-life balance, more and more Australians are looking to nature as the best option to get away from it all. For South Australians, we are lucky enough to only have to travel a few hours away to experience this. We have...

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Regional Guide To Tasting Australia 2018

Written on April 12, 2018 in South Australia

Tasting Australia is back with a jam-packed program showcasing the best of South Australian food and beverage! While there is so much to see and do around Adelaide and its surrounds, there’s an extensive list of fantastic regional events taking place all over the State. Venture out to the Fleurieu Peninsula and glamp beneath the...

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SA’s Best Chocolatiers

Written on March 25, 2018 in Adelaide

Easter may be done and dusted but all we can still seem to think about is chocolate! Get your fix with South Australia’s best chocolatiers! Haighs Chocolates As the oldest family-owned chocolate makers in Australia, Haighs have been creating delicious confectionary in South Australia since 1915! Known for their fruit centred chocolates, giant...

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Guide To WOMADelaide 2018

Written on March 8, 2018 in Adelaide

tIn its 25th year, WOMADelaide returns with an amazing line-up of talented international, national and local artists. From live entertainment to yoga classes, the 4-day festival boasts an extensive list of ‘festival delights’ including workshops, cooking demonstrations, artist in conversation (AIC) sessions and more! We’ve broken down the fes...

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Best of Regional Fringe

Written on February 20, 2018 in Adelaide

Undoubtedly our States best time of the year, the Adelaide Fringe always packs a punch with magnificent acts and artists travelling from far and wide to perform on our shores. With so much to see and do in the city, it’s easy to bypass the incredible regional events that take place. For those who live...

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5 Most Romantic Lookouts – Valentine’s Day

Written on February 9, 2018 in Adelaide

Sometimes you don’t need to spend big to have a romantic Valentine’s Day. Adelaide is home to many incredible scenic spots that boast breathtaking views of the glistening city lights and serene shorelines. If you’re searching for the ideal location to take your loved one for a special night, look no further than our top...

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Eat and Drink Your Way Around Yorke Peninsula

Written on January 25, 2018 in South Australia

Heading to the Peninsula this Australia Day long weekend? From bakery stop-offs to seafood dining, taste your way around the region with our list of must-try eateries. Moonta Bay Jetty, John Montesi, SATC Taste the Yorke 56A George St, Moonta PH 0418 625 838 The perfect way to begin your trip around the Peninsula starts...

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Forage Supply Co. Join the Movement

Written on December 5, 2017 in Barossa

  When I sat down with Scott Rogasch and Justin Westhoff of Barossa Born ‘Forage Supply Co.’ on a piping hot morning at Stirling’s Organic Market Cafe – I thought I was in for a fairly straightforward conversation about growing some veggies and cooking them up in a van, as a sustainable alternative to the...

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