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Out and about – October

Written on September 28, 2019 in Limestone Coast

With daylight savings and warmer weather on the way, why not plan a road trip this month to regional SA? Words Lawrence RignonCover Image Sven Kovac Arty Party This October long weekend, the Limestone Coast is buzzing with Art in Sticks – REGENERATION returning to Cluain, a grazing property south of Lucindale. Now in it’s,...

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In the Family Way

Written on April 17, 2019 in Barossa

In the lead up to the Barossa Vintage Festival from 24 to 28 April, we speak with Brett Hayes, proprietor of Hayes Family Wines, about what the Festival means to his team and what visitors can expect at their event. Brett Hayes of Hayes Family Wines has been producing wines for the people of the...

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3 Reasons to Visit Clare Valley

Written on February 21, 2019 in Clare Valley

A region renowned for it’s incredible wine, the Clare Valley is a destination that should be on everyone’s list of must-visits! However wine isn’t the only draw card to this amazing region. From exploring some of the smaller towns, to heading out on a cycling trail and even immersing yourself in the local art scene...

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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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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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