Savour: Eating in Adelaide

Written on July 16, 2017 in Adelaide

With a multitude of restaurants catering to just about any cuisine you can think of, you will never go hungry in Adelaide. Although the state is renowned for its wine regions, it is also blessed with an abundance of fresh and incredible produce. Local chefs are passionate about its culinary offerings and huge multicultural diversity....

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Savour: Eating in the Yorke Peninsula

Written on July 16, 2017 in Yorke Peninsula

With many more culinary experiences than you would expect, explore the region’s honest seaside pubs and traditional bakeries. You’ll also find some local wine producers, artisan products and indulgent, locally-made desserts. Yorke Peninsula producers are offering up a delicious range of products and tasting experiences from the freshest seafood...

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What’s On: Events on the Limestone Coast

Written on July 16, 2017 in Limestone Coast

With a mix of world-class food and wine, stunning coastal scenery and a busy social calendar, no matter what time of year you visit, the Limestone Coast has plenty to offer. Coonawarra Cellar Dwellers 1–31 July 2017 Coonawarra www.coonawarra.org Coonawarra Cabernet Celebrations 1–31 October 2017 Various locations www.coonawarra.org Robe Home Br...

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Savour: Eating on Kangaroo Island

Written on July 16, 2017 in Kangaroo Island

There is a stunning array of food and wine produced on the Island making it an important part of your experience. The pristine environment provides perfect conditions for local producers on Kangaroo Island which is becoming known as one of South Australia’s premier food regions. Tourists come to the Island craving genuine tasting experiences. Ble...

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Savour: Eating in the Fleurieu Peninsula

Written on July 16, 2017 in Fleurieu Peninsula

With world-class vineyards, fertile waters and an abundance of fresh local produce, the Fleurieu Peninsula has become one of South Australia’s great regional dining destinations. Thanks to its mild climate and generous rainfall, the region has become one of South Australia’s great regional dining destinations. As one of the most geographically ...

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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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