What’s On: Events on Eyre Peninsula

Written on July 16, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

Visitors to Eyre Peninsula can enjoy a number of activities throughout the year including farmers markets, food and wine festivals, and of course the famous Tunarama Festival. A Day on the Bay 24 September 2017 Various locations, Coffin Bay www.coffinbay.net Ceduna Oysterfest 29 September–1 October 2017 Ceduna www.ceduna.sa.gov.au/oysterfest Tuna...

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Savour: Eating in Clare Valley

Written on July 16, 2017 in Clare Valley

Taste signature foods of the region directly from the producers. There are many options to choose from including cellar doors, cafés and progressive restaurants, all serving up fresh local produce. The diversity of the Clare Valley’s farming results in an abundance of fantastic local foods which you can also pick up at local stores, farmers...

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What’s On: Events in the Barossa

Written on July 16, 2017 in Barossa

There is always something happening in the Barossa. If you’re looking for a food and wine event, cultural experience or a music festival, you’ll find it here. Barossa Gourmet Weekend 1–3 September 2017 Various venues throughout the Barossa www.barossagourmet.com Barossa Wine Show 11–14 September 2017 Barossa www.barossa.com/wine/the-barossa...

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Savour: Eating in the Adelaide Hills

Written on July 16, 2017 in Adelaide Hills

The moderate climate of the Adelaide Hills ensures that the local produce is fresh and abundant. To complement, the stylish and contemporary wines are made in time-honoured traditional methods. From cellar doors and restaurants to cafés and local pubs, you’re guaranteed of an exceptional regional dining experience. Adelaide Hills Farmers Market ...

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Retail Therapy: Shopping in Adelaide

Written on July 15, 2017 in Adelaide

From boutique to bargain, weave your way through Adelaide’s premier shopping destinations. From cutting-edge design to global fashion icons, Adelaide is bursting with beautiful pieces to adorn yourself and your home with. Adelaide offers an excellent shopping experience. Start in the heart of the city in Rundle Mall where you’ll find all the bi...

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Savour: Eating in the Limestone Coast

Written on July 15, 2017 in Limestone Coast

This region is beautifully diverse with local producers renowned for their seafood, lamb and beef, but smaller boutique producers are making their mark and adding to the Limestone Coast’s bountiful offerings. Follow the Limestone Coast Real Food & Wine Trail to discover the commitment and passion of local producers.

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Savour: Eating in the Flinders Ranges & Outback

Written on July 15, 2017 in Flinders Ranges and Outback

Sample fresh local produce and wine as you explore the Flinders Ranges and surrounding regions. You’ll discover mouthwatering regional cuisine served up at local cafés, restaurants and watering holes, including the Prairie Hotel in Parachilna, or iconic Outback pubs such as the William Creek or Innamincka hotels. Local chefs are inspired by a wi...

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Savour: Eating on Eyre Peninsula

Written on July 15, 2017 in Eyre Peninsula

In addition to the world-famous seafood, Eyre Peninsula is home to a booming agricultural industry that produces wheat, barley and a variety of boutique high-quality olive oils. Whether from the sea or the land, you’ll be left wanting more. The region’s restaurants and cafés reflect the bountiful produce including the renowned Southern Bluefin...

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Savour: Eating in the Barossa

Written on July 15, 2017 in Barossa

The Barossa Valley is bursting with fabulous local produce and world-class wines. You’re never far away from exceptional wineries, restaurants and markets with passionate locals to help guide your experience.   1918 Bistro & Grill An iconic Barossa Valley food and wine experience. Open 7 days. Lunch 12-2:30pm and dinner 6-9pm 94 Murray S...

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South Australia: Driving Routes

Written on July 3, 2017 in South Australia

The following driving routes will provide visitors with some idea of the variety of experiences and delights awaiting you in South Australia.   Adelaide Hills Just 40 minutes from the city centre, the Adelaide Hills doesn’t qualify as a long-distance adventure but will bring enormous pleasure to anyone who enjoys driving through picturesque ...

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