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Dundee’s is renowned as an interactive ‘HANDS ON’ wildlife experience, & provides you with the unique opportunity to HOLD a CROCODILE, PYTHON & the BLACK COCKATOOS as part of the 2:00pm SHOW, which is held on weekends, public holidays & every day during the school holidays (SA). The park is situated on 4 acres of land and is home to a large range of Australian wildlife, including reptiles, birds and mammals, many of which you can hand feed during your visit.
Welcome to the Art Gallery of South Australia
Founded in 1881, the Art Gallery of South Australia is home to one of Australia's great art collections, housed in one of Adelaide's most beautiful buildings. Located at the heart of Adelaide's cultural boulevard, North Terrace, between the South Australian Museum and University of Adelaide, the Art Gallery welcomes more than half a million visitors each year. We hope you will enjoy your visit - whether real, or virtual.
The Art Gallery is open daily 10 am to 5 pm (closed 25 December).
General admission to the Art Gallery is free. Charges apply for some exhibitions.
With vineyard & cellar experience and a passion for wine, Werner enjoys explaining the Barossa style of wines from "vine to wine". Werner\'s wife Chris, 5th generation Barossa born and bred is also involved with the day to day running of Barossa Experience Tours.
Adelaide Zoo is home to over 1800 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited in magnificent botanic surroundings. Immerse yourself in the rainforest habitat under the watchful gaze of a tiger, or marvel at the Australian Sealions in action during feeding time. Visit Wang Wang and Funi, the only giant pandas in the southern hemisphere. Bookings are essential via the online booking system to secure your entry to Adelaide Zoo.
Have your photo taken holding a Koala, handfeed kangaroos and wander amongst Australian wildlife through the open space enclosures. Learn about native species by joining animal keepers as they feed lorikeets, Tasmanian Devils, Dingoes, water birds and other native animals during our daily feeding sessions. Guided day tours and night walks are also available (bookings essential).
Wildcard (annual membership)
Monarto is an open-range zoo with a natural wilderness sanctuary that plays a vital role in breeding programs for threatened species. Zu-loop shuttle buses depart regularly and take you to the wildlife viewing platforms such as cheetah, giraffe, lion, rhino, chimp and painted dogs. View free-ranging kangaroos and emus on self guided walking tracks, come face-to-face with Africa’s most spectacular animals, or for the more adventurous ask about Monarto’s behind the scenes encounters. (Bookings essential)
The Flinders University City Gallery presents an annual exhibition program to promote engagement with the visual arts. Exhibitions feature Australian artists, Indigenous and non-Indigenous, and often draw on the nationally significant collections held by Flinders University at Bedford Park. High quality giftware sourced from remote Aboriginal communities is available in the City Gallery Shop.
Get on board for a nature and adventure experience you’ll never forget. Our Kangaroo Island Adventure tour offers you the chance to experience the best the island has to offer with your own personal guide and a bit of ‘soft adventure’ thrown in! Accommodation, all meals and entry fees are included.
Accommodation is based on dorm share upgrade to ensuite rooms available.
Ayers House is a prime example of colonial architecture and contains many important decorative features. Of major interest are the ornate painted finishes and examples of trompe l\'oeil on the walls and ceilings of all rooms, the large reception rooms designed for entertaining and the external symmetry of the house with its two matching bow windows.
Today, Ayers House Museum is managed by the National Trust of South Australia. It houses a large collection of antique furniture, silver, paintings and costume, mostly dating from the nineteenth century, and corresponding to the period of Henry Ayers\' occupancy of the house.
Disabled facilities are ground floor access only.
Carrick Hill is fortunate in being one of the few period homes in Australia to survive with its original contents almost completely intact and its grounds undiminished.
It was a centre of stylish living; and friends hold fond memories of ahouse constantly filled with laughter, parties, artists, music, good wine,fine food and dancing; and heady with the scent of masses of flowers.While those days are now gone, Carrick Hill remains as an important example of the lifestyle of two wealthy and cultured Australians of the mid-twentieth century.
Take a journey into railway history at the National Railway Museum, Australia's largest railway museum with over 100 exhibits representing state, Commonwealth and private railway operators on the three major rail gauges used in Australia.
Climb into the cabs of giant steam engines, walk through elegant carriages and enjoy free train rides and educational displays. Open every day 10am - 5pm.
Or why not take a ride in the Semaphore and Fort Glanville Tourist Railway from October to April every day in the school holidays and on weekends.
The National Railway Museum....Affordable Family Entertainment.
Throughout 14 acres of land, paths meander among one of the most comprehensive collections of privately owned animals and birds in the country.
See all your favourite Australian animals such as wombats and dingoes. Cuddle a koala and walk amongst the kangaroos and wallabies. There are also many rare albino species to be seen. A variety of exotic animals on display such as monkeys, alligators, meerkats, otters and more.
A vast range of birds from Fairy Wrens to Ostriches and everything in between, some in enclosures but many free flying. A reptile house displays snakes, lizards, frogs and fish.
Koala holding daily at 11.30am, 1.30 & 3.30pm *subject to conditions
*Limited disabled access to park
Our drop zone contains both child friendly indoor and outdoor entertaining areas. The outdoor section of the drop zone contains large picnic tables under a shady grassed area. The grassed area and observation deck both overlook the skydivers landing, so your family and friends can experience the thrill of the jump with you. Our drop zone also provides free BBQ and kitchen facilities so feel free to bring along some snags! If you don’t want to bring your own food we also have a kiosk which serves pies, pasties and a variety of other snacks. Our indoor area is home to a large pool table, foosball table, comfortable couch and a warm fire for the cooler days. The drop zone also has bathroom facilities, showers and camping areas plus two bunk houses for those keen to stay with all the action. Dogs are welcome but must be on a leash. The facilities for sports skydivers include under-cover carpeted and grass packing areas, concrete creeper area, aircraft mockup and classroom and coaching area.
We invite you to explore the Gaol and experience the conditions that prisoners endured from 1841 to 1988.
A visit to Adelaide Gaol offers a chance to inspect the inside of a fascinating historical landmark and to view an array of artefacts dating back to the gaol\'s early years.
Do you believe in ghosts? A Ghost Tour by torchlight or lamplight will give you a fascinating insight into the numerous sightings of ghostly figures and movements around the gaol.
Ghost Tours are not suitable for under 15 year olds.
Night tours for a minimum of 12 people are available by prior booking.
Located in Adelaide's historic Railway Station building, Adelaide Casino is South Australia's only casino destination and the city's most exciting gaming and entertainment venue.
Our philosophy is to provide a fun, contemporary environment with a variety of entertainment to ensure our customers have an exciting experience.
The company is the city's 10th largest employer and injects around $30 million into the State each year through the employment of over 1000 staff, as well as paying approximately $19 million annually in State taxes.
The SKYCITY Entertainment Group, based in Auckland, one of Australasia's leading gaming and entertainment companies, employing over 3,400 people in New Zealand and Australia. It is publicly listed on both the New Zealand and Australian stock exchanges. Besides Adelaide Casino, the SKYCITY group owns and operates casinos in Auckland, Darwin, Queenstown and Hamilton.
Ten pin bowling is a sport anyone can play! Elizabeth Bowland caters for anyone from 2 year olds to 90+. The muscular and aerobic activity present when bowling can benefit all!!
Elizabeth Bowland has air-conditioned facilities for everyone. We have everything, from light balls & ramps for the very young and disabled, to bumpers to eliminate those nasty gutter balls all in a family safe – friendly environment.
League competitions are a structured weekly event for juniors & adults, a perfect way to get out of the house and meet new friends. All leagues have prizes (some cash) at the end of each season, and best of all the handicapping system ensures everyone has an even chance!
Elizabeth Bowland is great at any time, Ten Pin Bowling can be played in any weather conditions and is awesome fun for everyone!!!
Ice skating is great fun!!... and it\\'s even more enjoyable if you know how! The Noarlunga Ice Sports Centre holds nationally approved Aussie Skate classes for beginners of ALL ages. We have Ice Hockey, Figure Skating, Broomball, birthday parties and welcome schools and groups.
The Mini Golf is themed around all the activities you can do in the Mansfield Region and is positioned directly below our pool.
It is open to the public and the cost is $5.00 per child, $8.00 per adult and $20.00 for a family.
When you enter the course you are up in the Mountain Cattlemen\\'s country entering via a cattleman\\'s hut.
You go across the head of the Howqua River and drop down to an area where you can play checkers on a paved area.
You go over the Howqua Bridge and your in Mountain bike country where you can stop and have a picnic or BBQ.
To enter the next area you go via the snow chalet and can rest on seats made from snow boards .
You leave the snow fields and climb a flight of stairs to walk a catwalk over a small lake full of gold fish - takes you to the rivers and lakes area - the fishing hole.
Stroll at your leisure behind the walls of The Jail in a self guided tour, use the phone at the front entrance to contact the manager, prior to you entering. Built in 1866, the former Mount Gambier Gaol was used up to 1995 and is now also available for budget accommodation with a difference.
Our aim is to show travellers not just the usual icons, but also the 'secret' places where the usual tourists don't go or can't get to. Always in the style and comfort expected by the discriminating explorer.
Experiences include Outback Australian Culture, Marine and Coastal, Nature and Eco-tours plus Unique Food and Wine tours. Our hand picked internationally acclaimed team of experienced professionals include Outback 4 wheel drive guides, pilots and wine guides backed by more than 30 years of operational experience to take you beyond your expectations.
Banksia Adventures is a leading tour operator, providing both guided land touring alone or in combination with flying experiences. Our team of experienced expert guides has extensive and intimate knowledge of all regions in Australia. The Banksia Adventures team continues to draw praise for service to the private, government and corporate sectors. Banksia Adventures has developed a network of tour services across Australia. The ranges of products to varying regions have drawn praise for being fresh and innovative.
Other events include the magic of swimming with sea lions and dolphins and a variety of nature and wildlife experiences.
The Cedars is a gracious old home containing a fine collection of paintings and drawings by artist Sir Hans Heysen.
See Heysen's remarkable versatility in subject and medium. Enter Heysen's working studio, built in 1912 and used by this iconic painter until his death in 1968. See his painting materials and tools, sketches, notes and more. The Cedars's rambling cottage garden is part of the South Australian Open Garden. A walking trail is also featured on the 60 hectare property and directs visitors to favourite painting sites used by the artist.
The studio of Nora Heysen (Archibald prize winner and daughter of Hans) is also open for viewing and features continuous exhibitions of her work.
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Nourish Health and Wellness is an Adelaide day spa that inspires and encourages you to explore and create a balanced, healthy life. A complete destination for mind, body and spirit to rejuvenate, rehabilitate and relax.
With a holistic approach to your health and wellbeing Nourish Health and Wellness offers a range of services that complement each other and are uniquely tailored for individuals of all ages.
Our mission at Body, Mind & Soul is to inspire and educate people in the rejuvenation of their Body, enrichment of their Mind, and nourishment of their Soul and to encourage them to Live Life Well through the wholistic integration of health, lifestyle and beauty.
Indica Spa - Adelaide Day Spas provide a variety of Day Spas services in Adelaide and local surrounding areas. The Indica Spa - Adelaide Day Spas experience follows the trend of complete service day spas offered in Europe and now in Adelaide. Contact us if you are looking for relaxing Day Spas in Adelaide.
At Adelaide Day Spas - Adelaide Day Spas we pride ourselves on delivering quality products and services at an affordable price. As Adelaide's leading choice for Day Spas, we have a strong reputation in the Adelaide area for providing rejuvenating services at very competitive prices.
Theme Park, Party venue and Fairy shop, the park displays fairytales in life size theatrical settings using antiques and memorabilia. Set in the beautiful Adelaide Hills in the town of Lobethal, Fairyland village has been entertaining children, parents and grand parents since 1973. A delight for all ages.
A bushland walk takes visitors along a winding trail from one quaint little cottage to the next, each cottage beautifully complimented by Lead-light windows, cast iron stoves and magical displays the push of a button brings the display to life with sound and movement.
The gift shop has a range of fairy gifts, including Little Gems and Fairy Kisses dresses, wands, crowns and ornaments.
Light snacks are also available in the tea room.
One of the most popular attractions in the Riverland with both visitors and locals. Monash Adventure Park provides fun for all ages with such features as crazy leaning towers, a Burmese rope bridge, wave bridge, maze, mini basketball, flying fox, slippery dip and lots more. With free electric barbecues and picnic facilities along with a paddleboat kiosk it is the perfect place for any family to visit whilst in the Riverland. Please be aware that no dogs and no bikes are allowed in the park.
We have so many brilliant outlets; we have created a search function for you to directly find what you are looking for. Harbour Town not only offers high quality outlet stores but we also offer a superb range of local services including supermarkets, chemists and vitamins, cafes and eateries, fresh food, homewares and outdoor products and much more.
We make it easy to get all your weekly shopping done whilst hunting for bargains – it doesn’t get more convenient.
You'll always find something to see and do at the Adelaide Festival Centre, whether it's theatre, dance, music, festivals, visual art, children's theatre, or much more. Situated on King William Road and comprising four theatres (the Festival Theatre, Dunstan Playhouse, Space Theatre and Amphitheatre) as well as Her Majesty's Theatre close by, it is also home to the annual Adelaide Cabaret Festival and OzAsia Festival, also the biannual Adelaide International Guitar Festival and Come Out Children’s Festival, which all attract thousands of local, national and international visitors
Visitors can enjoy 16 hectares of beautiful scenery at Greenrise Recreational Reserve. Have a picnic, watch the birdlife or take a leisurely walk around the reserve. Located one kilometre south of Penola. Penola has gained significant recognition through one of its past residents. It was in Penola that Mother Mary MacKillop set up the Sisters of Mercy, an organisation which through her generous and lifelong good deeds has led to her canonisation as Australia's first saint. Penola is a town that has a unique yet rich history including the many wineries located throughout its localities. These vineyards and wide range of wineries has ultimately helped to diversify the pastoral economy of the area with an agricultural industry. Penola is a fantastic and thriving inland township that is will provide a warm and welcoming reception to all those who visit.
The Edithburgh Golf Club is a Par 70, nine hole 5,598 metre course and has an Australian Course Rating of 67. Located in Edithburgh on the heel of the Yorke Peninsula this course is picturesque and features sand greens. The course is open from sunrise to sunset. Club hire is available and visitors are welcome. Please contact the club for green fees.
Arden Hills offers two distinctively different types of self-drive off road experience for those who want to leave the beaten track and enjoy some of the Flinders Ranges unique scenery. Track One - Arden Hills half day self drive tour. Track Two - Nathaltee one to one and a half hours self drive/walking tour. What you need to enjoy this unique driving experience: A well maintained four wheel drive vehicle, mountain bike. Competent off road driving skills. A sense of adventure. Walkers or riders please carry plenty of water. All drivers and passengers enter the property at their own risk and no liability will be accepted for damage to vehicles. Conditions apply. No trail bikes, chainsaws or dogs. Owners reserve the right to close the tracks at any time due to weather or any other conditions that in their opinion would render it unsafe.
Kangaroo Island Spirits (KIS) is South Australia's first boutique distillery and was established in 2005. KIS partners Jon and Sarah Lark produce a range of high quality liqueurs and spirits, with an emphasis on using local and native ingredients. While Gin is our passion, the range now includes eight liqueurs, four Vodkas and two premium Gins. All the products are handmade in small batches using hand crafted copper pot stills. Our products have received international awards in London, New York, San Francisco and Hong Kong. Products are available online and in discerning local restaurants and outlets. (See website for more details). Visit the cellar door Wednesday to Monday, 11am to 5pm (open seven days during public/school holidays) or by appointment outside these times. Small groups and special events catered for with prior arrangement. Watch Kangaroo Island Spirits on Facebook for details of their regular off island events including a Gin Masterclass series.
Set in a sprawling six-hectare site of permanent markets and leisure activities, the Brickworks Markets is Adelaide's largest and premier markets situated just 10 minutes from the Adelaide central business district. The markets are centred around the historic and heritage listed brick Kiln, established in 1912. There are over 100 permanent stalls and shops, complimented each weekend with dozens of casual day traders selling products and gifts from local crafts people and from around the world. The bustling and friendly atmosphere has provided people from Adelaide, interstate and overseas with one of the most popular tourist attractions in South Australia for many years. The air-conditioned main market building provides shoppers with thousands of items from the latest clothing to handmade candles and soaps, fashion to floor coverings, leather goods and lace, food and fun. A huge fresh fruit and vegetable range is available in the produce market that also houses a butcher, bakery and bottle shop. The licensed beer garden provides live music and entertainment while an 18 hole mini golf course, bumper boats and can-am cars provide fun for young and old. The Brickworks Markets has free entry, free car parking and everything is sold at market prices, ensuring you a day to remember.
The Kapunda Mine Trail is an easy walk of one and a half kilometres and takes about one hour to complete. Interpretive signs explain how the ore was once mined and treated. Kapunda Mine was the first successful commercial metal mine in Australia and together with Burra contributed to the colony's recovery from economic crisis in the early 1840s. A group of miners known as a pare would tender for an area of the exposed ore body and were paid according to the value of ore extracted. The company exercised practically no supervision over the operations and the result was a series of burrows without system or method. Owing to the softness of the white ground, most mining was carried out by pick and shovel without the use of gunpowder. Ore was separated in sorting sheds by hand picking into high grade (prill) and low grade (attle) material.
The Murray Bridge Regional Gallery is located in the heart of Murray Bridge on Sixth Street at the rear of the Town Hall. The gallery hosts a range of touring and curated exhibitions in its three exhibition spaces while the retail area showcases the work of contemporary South Australian makers and artists. Visit the gallery's website for further information.
One of three original cottages built at Kingscote in 1856. The cottage has a collection of items depicting the early settlement of Kingscote, the site of South Australia's first official settlement, including the history of many early pioneers, photographs, automobile memorabilia, laundry display and an original cellar that can be viewed. The display includes a large range of obsolete farm machinery, tractors and engines including the Ruston Hornsby engine which powered the electricity supply for Kingscote before the introduction of electricity from the mainland and a restored pre-diesel internal combustion engine. Some of the tractors and motor vehicles are still operational and more items are regularly obtained and restored. The Lighthouse tower with light assembly was brought from Cape Willoughby when it became obsolete with the introduction of mainland electricity to Kangaroo Island in 1968. A good view of the town can be seen from the balcony of the tower.