Travel With a Local – Riverland

Written on January 14, 2019 in The Mighty Murray

We travel to the Riverland with locals, Sarah Dowdell and Tom Freeman, owners of Wikladene, Woolshed Brewery and find out the best things to do in the region! Wilkadene Once a famous wheat and sheep station, Wilkadene is now the home to the Woolshed Brewery, just a short drive from the Riverland town of Paringa....

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Taste Your Way Around Adelaide

Written on January 7, 2019 in South Australia

As well as the numerous culinary option in the city centre, Adelaide’s suburbs offer a diverse range of cuisines highlighting South Australia’s multiculturalism. King William Road Regarded as one of the best restaurants in Adelaide, The Pot has developed a stellar reputation for it’s innovative approach to modern Australian food. Next-door, M...

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3 Reasons to Visit the Flinders Ranges

Written on December 20, 2018 in Flinders Ranges and Outback

Stretching from the Clare Valley to the Northern Territory border, the Flinders Ranges and Outback is the biggest and, some would say, the most impressive, region in South Australia. The landscapes are as diverse as they are impressive, from flat salt lakes to the dramatic mountains at Wilpena Pound through to vast, open expanses of...

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Relax and Refresh: Top Accommodation in Kangaroo Island

Written on December 20, 2018 in Kangaroo Island

Located just a hop, skip and a jump from the mainland, Kangaroo Island has long been a source of intrigue for travellers from around the world. Relative isolation has protected the natural assets of the Island and makes visiting this unspoiled region a unique and inspiring experience. Stowaway Kangaroo Island Nestled between Stokes Bay and...

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Taste and Savour – Yorke Peninsula

Written on December 13, 2018 in Yorke Peninsula

Treat your taste buds to some of the finest food and drink on offer on Yorke Peninsula. Check out our favourites below… The northern part of the Yorke Peninsula is known as “Australia’s Little Cornwall” due to an influx of miners from Cornwall in the 1860s seeking work in the region’s copper mines. They bough...

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3 Reasons to Visit: Kingston SE

Written on December 4, 2018 in Limestone Coast

Famously known as the town with the giant lobster who welcomes all visitors, Kingston South East on the Limestone Coast offers a range of experiences well worth a stopover. Here are three reasons to visit the area and what you can expect from the locals. Image: SATC The Beaches The beaches along the Limestone Coast...

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Top 4 Experiences: Eyre Peninsula

Written on November 30, 2018 in South Australia

Summer is for cruising up the coast, relaxing by serene beaches and tasting some of the seafood that SA is world-renowned for. Of course, we are talking about a visit to Eyre Peninsula; where you can not only enjoy all of these simple pleasures, but experience a vast range of activities. Take a look at...

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Live Like a Local with Julie Barry – Clare Valley

Written on November 28, 2018 in Clare Valley

Born during vintage to a Catholic wine family, Julie Barry says her fate as a winemaker was sealed long before she realised it. Julie planted a vineyard on her property Limerick in Armagh in 1997, starting her own label, Good Catholic Girl Wines in 2005 after a dose of “divine inspiration”. The leap of faith...

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