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Things We Love: Riverland Stays

Written on October 19, 2021 in River Murray

Set on the bank of the Murray River, the Riverland is the perfect secluded location for a quiet trip away. Canoe or kayak down the river or relax on the edge listening to nature or embark on one of the many walks in the region and take in the incredible scenery. After a long day of activities, you'll need a place to rest your head.

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Immerse Yourself: Flinders Ranges & Outback

Written on April 28, 2021 in Flinders Ranges and Outback

Here are just some of the reasons to explore the Flinders Ranges and Outback South Australia HERITAGE AND CULTURE Wadlata Outback Centre’s Tunnel Of Time gives an insight into the importance of this land to its original inhabitants and is a great introduction to the region. Explore that theme further by meeting the Adnyamathanha traditional...

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Immerse Yourself: Fleurieu Peninsula

Written on April 28, 2021 in Fleurieu Peninsula

Less than an hour from Adelaide, a playground for all ages awaits. LEARN A NEW SKILL As you drive south from Adelaide, you’ll see plenty of surfers taking advantage of swells along the coast. If you dream of joining them, cut across to the peninsula’s eastern edge. Goolwa and Middleton beaches have long, rolling waves...

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Immerse Yourself: Eyre Peninsula

Written on April 27, 2021 in Eyre Peninsula

Experience the wide open spaces of Eyre Peninsula. HERITAGE AND CULTURE Large-scale murals on grain silos in Cowell, Tumby Bay and Kimba stand out like beacons against the bright blue skies of the wheatbelt. Smaller scale works are visible in excellent aboriginal owned and operated art galleries in Port Lincoln and Ceduna. To learn more...

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Immerse Yourself: Barossa

Written on April 27, 2021 in Barossa

Looking for an excuse to (re)visit the Barossa? NATURAL WONDERS Swap four wheels for two and leave the highway for one of the many trails crossing the flat valley floor. Shared cycling paths follow gum-lined creeks and pass through colourful gardens on the way to funky cafes and small-batch wineries. Or if you’d prefer to...

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A week on the River Murray

Written on April 15, 2021 in River Murray

Here’s just one way to spend a week exploring the diversity of the mighty River Murray. Drive south from Adelaide across Fleurieu Peninsula and in just under an hour you’ll reach Goolwa. The closest town to the mouth of the Murray is also the gateway to the Coorong National Park, a series of freshwater and...

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A week away in Yorke Peninsula

Written on April 15, 2021 in South Australia

A little over an hour from Adelaide, Port Wakefield is the gateway to Yorke Peninsula. You’ll need at least a week to truly appreciate this well-loved region of South Australia. Drive across the peninsula to Kadina, the region’s largest town and the start of the Copper Triangle. When copper was discovered here in 1860 it...

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A week away in Kangaroo Island

Written on April 15, 2021 in Kangaroo Island

A comfortable 90-minute drive from Adelaide brings you to Cape Jervis, where the vehicle and passenger ferries depart for the famous Kangaroo Island. From the tip of the Fleurieu Peninsula it’s just a 45-minute ferry trip across the Backstairs Passage towards the towering sea cliffs and lush green fields of Kangaroo Island’s east coast. Pennesh...

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A short break in Clare Valley

Written on April 15, 2021 in Clare Valley

On the edge of South Australia’s Mid-North, the Clare Valley is a comfortable 90-minute drive from Adelaide. Before arriving, turn off on the Barrier Highway to explore the Gilbert Valley. Riverton is home to many historic buildings, including a gallery displaying works by acclaimed local artist Robert Hannaford. Saddleworth has a heritage walkin...

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