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Stansbury Walking Trails

Corner Weaver Street and Towler Street, Stansbury SA 5582

Stansbury welcomes visitors to the Coastal Walking Trails established by the Stansbury Progress Committee. The trails offer the walker a total distance of 6.3 kilometres of trail meandering along the coastline. The trails have been completed for your enjoyment and provide walking, cycling and disabled access to our coastal reserves. The trails also incorporate picnic and barbecue areas and interpretive signage with vantage points to take great photographs. Watch the sun go down at Mills Gully lookout.

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Devil's Peak Walking Trail

Devil's Peak Road, Quorn SA 5433

The bushwalk up to Devil's Peak is steep in places and is recommended for experienced and fit walkers. It may take one-and-a-half to two hours for the return journey but you will see a large variety of native vegetation, wild flowers, and birds and get fantastic panoramic views at the summit, which is 670 metres above sea level. Devil's Peak Walking Trail is closed from 1 November to 15 April each year due to fire danger season.

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Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail

Memorial Drive, Coonawarra SA 5263

Coonawarra is renowned as one of Australia's finest wine regions and is particularly known for producing world class red wines, especially Cabernet Sauvignon. There are five wineries along the Coonawarra Wineries Walking Trail and all are open every day of the year, except for Christmas Day and Good Friday. You will be warmly welcomed into each of the cellar doors as you taste some of Australia's finest Cabernet Sauvignon and other varieties. The walking trail is just less than five kilometres. If you allow 20 minutes at each winery, the trail should take approximately three hours to complete. You may wish to factor in a lunch stop at Fodder or pre order a picnic basket from the Coonawarra Store to enjoy on the lawns at one of the wineries. For more information, please see website.

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Flinders Ranges National Park

Wilpena Pound, Hawker SA 5434

The Flinders Ranges National Park is one of South Australia's most popular destinations. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. Aboriginal people have lived in the Flinders Ranges for tens of thousands of years. For the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance. While geologists use science to explain the formation of the Flinders, the Adnyamathanha people understand the land through their Yura Muda stories, which endow the physical features of the ranges with spiritual meaning. The park is located in the Flinders Ranges between the townships of Hawker and Blinman. The park offers a wide range of activities for all interests. Drive through the scenic Bunyeroo Valley to the magnificent Brachina Gorge or hike some of the many walking trails of varying lengths and fitness levels including Bunyeroo Gorge, Bridle Gap and the challenging St Marys Peak. You can also enjoy camping (fees apply), bird watching and Aboriginal and European cultural experiences. Please refer to website for park entry and camping costs.

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Moonta Mines Walking Trails

Moonta Tourist Office, Blanche Terrace, Moonta Mines SA 5558

The Moonta Mines Walking Trails help you discover the history of this copper mining region via marked trails. Ryans Walk is a short walk of about 500 metres and takes about one hour. Hancocks Walk - from the miners cottage or sweet shop - is approximately 45 minutes return. Hughes Walk is a short loop around historic Hughes Engine House and takes about one hour. Interpretive signs illustrate the geology of Moonta ore bodies and the mining methods used to work them. A trail brochure is available from the Moonta Tourist Office and the Moonta Mines Museum. It's a fascinating part of South Australia's mining history, and well worth a look.

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Remarkable Rocks, Flinders Chase National Park

Flinders Chase National Park, Boxer Drive, Flinders Chase SA 5223

Perched above the sea in Flinders Chase National Park, the impressive Remarkable Rocks form what appear to be a cluster of precariously balanced granite boulders. This stunning work of nature has been shaped by the erosive forces of wind, sea spray and rain over some 500 million years. The golden orange lichen covering some of the rocks offers visitors wonderful photo opportunities at different times of the day. Interpretation signs share the story of how these intriguing rocks were formed. There is a viewing platform providing a vantage point for disabled access. The area also provides an excellent vantage point for viewing the photogenic Casuarina Islets.

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Port Broughton Historic Walking Trail

Bay Street, Port Broughton SA 5522

There are three walking trails in Port Broughton: Walk around Broughton, Encounter Walking Trail, and Broughton to Fisherman's Bay Walk. The history of Port Broughton is revealed as you walk around this small town. Along the way you will see historic landmarks such as where the Old Station was (1885), the original Council Chambers (1895), the restored Cottage (1898) and the various churches (1885 to 1902). You can also walk the jetty and follow the foreshore to the boat ramp and via John Lewis Drive to the Bayside Caravan Park. Printed leaflets are available for each walk, which all feature interpretive signs along the way.

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Mount Remarkable National Park

Highway 1 at Mambray Creek, Mambray Creek SA 5495

Mount Remarkable National Park, in the Southern Flinders Ranges, offers visitors a true wilderness experience within easy reach of Adelaide. Dramatic mountain scenery and the natural diversity of the park make it a great location for camping, bushwalking and a wide range of recreational activities. The 16,000 hectare park stretches from the coastal plain on the western side of the Flinders Ranges to the foothills above Wilmington. Its geographical location makes it a key conservation area with an intriguing mix of flora and fauna from both environments. Camping grounds and one cabin are available at Mambray Creek in the park, while a charming self-contained lodge is available at Alligator Gorge (bookings essential). Vehicles can access the park from Wilmington and Mambray Creek. A walking trail enables bushwalkers to access the park from Melrose. The Heysen Trail also passes through this park for 23 kilometres with shelter accommodation en route.

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Belair National Park

Upper Sturt Road, Adelaide City SA 5000

Only a 25-minute drive from Adelaide in the picturesque Adelaide Hills, Belair National Park is South Australia's oldest park. You can even walk your dog in this park providing it remains under your control on a lead, making it a favourite with the locals. There are plenty of things to see and do at the Belair National Park. The park has more than 50 bushland tennis courts, several ovals, grassy picnic areas and gas barbecues. Be on the lookout for koalas in the trees, admire wildflowers on the ground or enjoy a leisurely stroll around Playford Lake. There is also an adventure playground that will keep kids entertained for hours, with a huge wooden fort, tunnels and poles on which to balance. The park is home to some of the Adelaide Hills significant heritage attractions so be sure to include a visit to the State Flora Nursery or join a guided tour of Old Government House and surrounding heritage gardens. Conserving remnant vegetation and a range of threatened flora and fauna, Belair National Park is helping to protect the state's biodiversity. The park is regarded as one of Australia's 15 biodiversity hotspots, making it an important refuge for native animals.

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Naracoorte Caves National Park

Hynam Caves Road, Naracoorte SA 5271

A trip to the Limestone Coast wouldn't be complete without a visit to the Naracoorte Caves. Recognised as one of the world's most important fossil sites, the caves offer experiences for all ages. For more than 500,000 years giant animals roamed the Naracoorte area. Falling into well hidden pitfall caves, their fossilised skeletons were left behind, giving scientists a rare glimpse of long extinct animal life. Giant marsupials such as the wombat-like Diprotodon, Thylacoleo the marsupial lion and giant kangaroos lived in the area. These animals, along with others, have been recreated into life-sized models at the renowned Wonambi Fossil Centre. The park's tourist caves boast a glorious display of stalagmites and stalactites. A variety of tours are on offer, showcasing amazing fossil and limestone formations. Adventure caving, allowing you to crawl, slide and squeeze through tight tunnels and chambers, is also available. The is also an on-site cafe and camp sites available. Please refer to our website for all costs and tour times.

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Gawler Ranges National Park

40 kilometres north of Wudinna, Access via Bartley Road and Barns Road, Wudinna SA 5652

Gawler Ranges National Park is a showcase of stunning scenery formed by volcanic activity more than 1,500 million years ago. Access the Organ Pipes by four-wheel drive vehicle and discover a series of dramatic, ochre-red, hexagonal volcanic columns. See vibrant wildflowers in spring or camp beneath a starry night sky in the great outdoors. Follow the four-wheel-drive LP Track leading to Pondanna Outstation. Observe some of the parks 140 species of birds or keep your eyes open for Southern Hairy-nosed wombats. Access to Gawler Ranges National Park is via gravel roads from Kimba, Minnipa and Wudinna. Most vehicle tracks are recommended for high clearance or four-wheel drive vehicles only and driving can be hazardous in wet weather. Ensure that you have adequate food and water in case of breakdown as traffic is sparse during the summer months. Ensure vehicle is fitted with adequate spares and that you have a satellite phone or HF radio. Camping is permitted at Paney Homestead in the park. Do not camp along the access route to the park.

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Lake Gairdner National Park

Gawler Ranges National Park via, Wudinna SA 5652

See Lake Gairdner, Australia's fourth largest salt lake and is the site of numerous land-speed record attempts when the lake is dry. Surrounded by brilliant red sand hills, the lakes shimmering surface makes it a photographer's delight and a popular film location. Indeed, at times the horizon seems to disappear when you stand in the centre of this beautiful and surreal salt lake. The annual Dry Lake Racers event attracts motor enthusiasts from around Australia in March when the lake is dry. Access to the lake is via Waltumba Tank, on the Moonaree Station Road or via Mount Ive Station (private access, enquiries and gate key available from Mount Ive Homestead). Cabins and bush camping are available nearby at Mount Ive Station.

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Coorong National Park

Between Goolwa and Kingston, Meningie SA 5264
Welcome to Coorong National Park: a place where you can cruise serene backwaters or brave the elements along remote stretches of beach. Its long, shallow, salty lagoons - stretching more than 100 kilometres - are a haven for birdlife while a narrow strip of sand hills protects the sheltered waters from the pounding surf of the Southern Ocean. The park is popular with four-wheel drivers, anglers, boaties and birdwatchers lured by its stunning scenery, fabulous lookouts and designated four-wheel drive tracks. It's also an important area for Aboriginal communities with middens (mounds of shells deposited from many years of fishing) dotted throughout the sandy landscape, evidence of Aboriginal occupation over thousands of years. Camp sites are located throughout Coorong National Park. The northern gateway to the park is via the Murray Mouth, with southern access via the towns of Meningie and Salt Creek. Camping fees apply in this park and the way that you can pay has changed. Please book and pay for your camp site online before you go. Cash self-registration stations are no longer in use in this park.
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Canunda National Park

13 kilometres south west of Millicent, Millicent SA 5280
Canunda National Park conserves a spectacular 40 kilometre stretch of coastline. The park offers 40 kilometres of coastline with limestone cliffs, sea stacks and offshore reefs. It has low scrub in the north and mobile sand dunes and beaches further south. Come and enjoy the bushwalking, four-wheel driving, camping, diving and fishing. The Coola Outstation Historical Hike is also worth a look. This hike meanders through wetlands and coastal dunes passing the ruins of a historic homestead. Have a picnic at Dryland Tea-tree, also known as the 'Singing Forest', before continuing along the edge of Lake Bonney back to the car park. Four-wheel drive enthusiasts can access to the entire length of the park. The main entry points are via Millicent, Southend and Carpenter Rocks. Conventional vehicles can explore the far northern section of Canunda, Coola Outstation and Oil Rig Square to the coast. Camping fees apply in this park and the way that you can pay has changed. Please book and pay for your camp site online before you go. Cash self-registration stations are no longer in use in this park.
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Onkaparinga River National Park

Piggot Range Road, Onkaparinga Hills SA 5163
Onkaparinga National Park features a magnificent gorge with commanding 50-metre high cliffs, large permanent rock pools and a diverse estuary environment to explore. South Australia's second longest river, The Onkaparinga, meanders through the gorge, transforming into an entirely different estuary environment of wetland ponds and flood plains. Admire the parks spectacular gorges along its wonderful network of walking trails. The parks rugged gorges and river plains also provide a natural corridor for wildlife. If you’re into bushwalking, head to the northern side of the gorge along Piggott Range Road. The southern entrance along Chapel Hill Road provides easy access to the gorge area.
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Cape Borda Lightstation - Flinders Chase National Park

Playford Highway, Cape Borda SA 5223
Cape Borda Lightstation is testament to a bygone era of travelling the open seas by sail, and is a monument to isolation and hardship. The precinct is steeped in European history and consists of an unusual square lighthouse built in 1858, several historic Lighthouse Keepers cottages and a museum. Visitors can learn more about the island's fascinating maritime heritage on a guided tour (fee applies). For a blast, don't miss the 12.30pm tour for the daily firing of the cannon at 1pm, which was once used so that ships could set their clocks and as a warning signal to ships, venturing too close to the shore in fog. Other highlights include the museum where you can read the diaries of early Lighthouse Keepers. The nearby Lighthouse Keeper's Cemetery at Harvey's Return also offers a sobering insight into the hardships faced by early Lighthouse Keepers and their families. Facilities include picnic areas with sheltered gas barbecues and there are a number of walks available nearby, including the Cliff Top Hike. To really experience the spectacular beauty and tranquillity of Cape Borda, why not stay overnight in a charming self-contained Lighthouse Keeper's cottage. Nearby Harvey's Return has a campground (camping fees apply).
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Murray River National Park

Four kilometres south of, Berri SA 5343
The Murray River National Park is made up of three separate areas: Katarapko, Lyrup Flats and Bulyong Island. Katarapko is just four kilometres from the Riverland town of Berri. Dominated by flood plain and containing permanent and semi-permanent wetlands, it is an important breeding area for many forms of wildlife. Explore its peaceful backwaters by canoe, relax on the riverbank watching the waterbirds. Hire a houseboat and cruise the river or set up a camp and immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of nature along the Murray. Lyrup Flats, opposite the town of Lyrup, offers wonderful opportunities to camp, fish, take a ride in a dinghy or stroll along the floodplain. Bulyong Island is another peaceful getaway, not far from Renmark. Western grey kangaroos, emus, pelicans, kingfishers and parrots have made the island their home and small boat users, house boaters and canoeists are regular visitors. GPS enabled maps are available for this park, check the website for details. Self-registration and payment for camping is available at the park.
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Flinders Chase National Park

Cape du Couedic Road, Flinders Chase SA 5223
Kangaroo Island is known for its amazing wildlife experiences and some of its best attractions are found in Flinders Chase National Park. From wind-sculpted rock formations that sit atop a smooth granite dome known as Remarkable Rocks to Admirals Arch, a perfect sweep of rock under which the surf pounds and long-nosed fur seals play or the beautiful beach at West Bay and the walk to the mouth of the Rocky River, the national park is a must see for any visit to the island. Live the life of a lighthouse keeper and stay in a cottage at the Cape du Couedic or Cape Borda lighthouses or stay in one of many campgrounds. Cosy self-contained accommodation is also available at Rocky River where you can stay in the historic Postman's Cottage or Mays Homestead. Camping fees apply per vehicle, per night. Maximum of eight vehicle occupants. Fees apply for hikers and cyclists wishing to camp, check the website for details. Accommodation fees and charges can also be found on the website. GPS enabled maps are available for this park, check the website for details.

Canoe the Riverland

835 Murtho Road, Paringa SA 5340
Kayaking through wetlands of the Murray River with Canoe the Riverland is the best eco way to experience the Riverland. Where else can you hire a kayak and launch directly into the peaceful wetlands knowing you can stay out as long as you like to enjoy the relaxation? Loop around the creeks, enjoy a picnic, drift a while. Self-guided trails can be enjoyed by anyone. We provide everything you need. Or take your hire kayaks and canoes with you on your river holiday. We can even drop you upstream to paddle back to your car left on our property. Canoe the Riverland has a range of kayaks and canoes to suit beginners to experienced adventurers. Park by the water and launch directly into the river. Our aim is to ensure you thoroughly enjoy your kayaking experience. Hire includes paddle, PFD (life-jacket) optional rudder, waterproof storage and spray deck. The business has been operating since 2001 and our guides hold qualifications in kayak instruction and first aid, and provide instruction tailored to your experience. Whether you are looking for a gentle and relaxing experience or a fun adventure, this is the place for you....

Bungala Park

42 Main South Road, Normanville SA 5204
Bungala Park offers a picnic area and undercover barbecue facilities. The park is also home to the Historic Bungala Cottage. Bungala Park is also the location of some of the local art poles. The Fleurieu West Pole Trail was organised by the Fleurieu West Business Association and displays work by local artists since early 2012. Spend some time out with family and friends at Bungala Park.. ...

Jeanneret Wines

Jeanneret Road, Sevenhill SA 5453
Jeanneret Wines, established in 1992, is a family owned and operated producer of premium quality table wines. The cellar door and tasting area is located in the stone cellar of the winery complex and offers an intimate tasting experience with an open log fire in winter. The winery is situated in a unique bushland setting, bordering the Spring Gully Conservation Park on the western edge of the Clare Valley. Visitors are invited to take advantage of the beautiful surrounds and picnic by the dam where rustic timber tables and benches are available for use. Native ducks, parrots and other birds can be spotted from the bank throughout the year, along with the occasional kangaroo. The small vineyard (approximately 10 acres) is operated following organic viticulture practices and all fruit on the property is grown without the use of pesticides and herbicides. Cabernet bush-vines line the driveway, a sign of our traditional approach to grape growing....

Richmans Enginehouse

Richman's Concentrator Way, Moonta SA 5558
Richmans concentrating plant operated from 1869 until the mine closed in 1923, crushing and concentrating ore from nearby shafts. During this period many alterations were made to the plant to suit the improved technology of mining and processing. The walk provides access to Richmans Engine house and lookouts on the tailings heap. Signs interpret the remaining structures....

The Haus Hahndorf

38 Main Street, Hahndorf SA 5245
The Haus Cafe plus Bar plus Kitchen of Hahndorf is a dining and social experience like no other. Located in the heart of the stunning Adelaide Hills, The Haus of Hahndorf showcases an amazing selection of dishes created from the best in local produce. Complementing our diverse selection of flavoursome dishes is a wine list hand picked by renowned Master of Wine Specialist, David LeMire. An 80-strong wine list offers a perfect balance between local Adelaide Hills varietals, celebrated Australian favourites and first-rate international blends ensuring something for every wine lover's palette. Added to that is our lively Alfresco Cafe with tempting pastries, killer coffees and all day fare seven days - breakfast, lunch and dinner....

Seal Bay Cafe

22 South Coast Road, Seal Bay SA 5223
Seal Bay Cafe is a licensed restaurant, serving a wide variety of meals. Opened in 1990, the cafe serves breakfast, lunch and dinner, and everything from Fisherman's Baskets and pan-fried Haloumi cheese to Greek and chicken salads, hot dogs, chips, sandwiches and rolls. For people looking for morning or afternoon teas, there are also homemade cakes, Devonshire teas, milkshakes and ice-creams. The cafe stocks a wide range of local products including jams, honey, olive oil, cheeses and more. And its walls are covered with information on a wide range of local products and their history. Visitors will be over whelmed by the tranquillity of the picturesque setting, and the history of the site. Groups are welcomed by prior arrangement....

Barossa Arts and Convention Centre

130 Magnolia Road, Tanunda SA 5352
The Barossa Arts and Convention Centre is a business enterprise of Faith Lutheran College. Faith Lutheran College, formerly Faith Lutheran Secondary School, was established in 1985. In 1996 the school built the facility now known as the Barossa Arts and Convention centre which serves the school as a Chapel, a classroom and a performing arts venue, accommodating all major school events such as the annual Valedictory service, bi-annual musicals and parent forums. For the community the venue also provides a multipurpose facility which is used for performances, rehearsals, chapel services, conventions, meetings and other special events. Our friendly staff at the Barossa Arts and Convention Centre look forward to assisting you with your enquiries and we will endeavour to assist you with your event to ensure its success. For details of forthcoming events please refer to our website. The Box office is open one hour prior to performances in additional to Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm. Closed Public Holidays....

Greenock Aviation Museum, The

Kapunda Road, Greenock SA 5360
The Greenock Aviation Museum is a private collection of preserved aircraft, replica aircraft, restoration projects, scale model aircraft, and general aviation memorabilia. Included in the museum is the largest public display of 1/72 scale model aircraft in the Southern Hemisphere, with over 1400 models displayed in glass cabinets surrounding the walls of the museum. Cockpit sections in the museum include a partially restored Boomerang, several CAC Wirraway sections in varying degrees of restoration, Fairy Battle two-seat bomber/trainer with engine, Avro Anson Mk 1, Airspeed Oxford Mk 1 and De Havilland Mosquito. The collection also includes two gun turrets, a Fraser-Nash turret from the Wellington Mk 1 Bomber, and a mid-upper turret from the Avro Lincoln. Inside the craft and gift shop, located alongside the aviation museum, is a range of local arts, crafts, Barossa produce and aviation books for sale....

Woodstock Coterie

Douglas Gully Road, Mclaren Flat SA 5171
Woodstock Coterie, built in 1988, was designed to nestle among the towering century old gum trees. The design took into consideration the location of each of these amazing native trees. Not one significant tree was cut down to accommodate building the restaurant. Hence, the Coterie's unique semicircle shape. The name 'Coterie' was chosen for the word's meaning; the gathering of a group of people, or rather a circle of friends, for a specific purpose... that for us includes great food, good company and finest wines at Woodstock! We believe Woodstock Coterie was the first winery restaurant built in this region. Our fare, contemporary Australian cuisine showcasing some of the best seasonal produce this region has to offer. Fresh herbs and vegetables come from our own little garden started by Mary Collett. Choose to graze on one of our famous Woodstock Regional Platters or spend a lazy afternoon working your way through our full A-la-Carte menu, Woodstock provides a relaxed, natural Australian environment to spend your time....

Saltaire Yellow

4 Marlin Road, Port Willunga SA 5173
If you are after a relaxing sojourn near the beach, the Saltaire Cottages are the perfect spot. Saltaire Yellow is a bright and spacious weatherboard cottage set in a lovely native garden, fully fenced for pets and small children. With two bedrooms, one double and one queen, and a double sofa bed in the living room, Saltaire Yellow can be enjoyed by a family or two to three couples wanting to escape for a weekend or longer. Saltaire Yellow is totally self-contained with a fully equipped kitchen and large living/dining area with air conditioning, television, DVD, sound system, books and games. Saltaire Yellow is a short stroll to the beautiful Port Willunga Beach and the renowned Star of Greece Restaurant. Enjoy the beach, relax in the garden or explore the Southern Vales wineries and the magnificent Fleurieu Peninsula at any time of the year....
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Number 99A

99A Black Point Drive, Black Point SA 5571
Number 99A at Black Point is an absolute beachfront executive duplex property with 180 degree views of the bay. There are three bedrooms which sleep up to eight guests, making it ideal for families or groups of friends. Number 99A has one bathroom with a shower (no bath), and two toilets. The lounge area has a television with DVD, and all bedrooms have ceiling fans. The children will enjoy the large area upstairs complete with a table tennis table, used as a games room. The kitchen is well equipped with a microwave, dishwasher, and medium size refrigerator with freezer. The open plan kitchen, lounge and dining area has a reverse cycle air conditioner. The shaded outdoor area has a large hooded barbecue and there is a fish cleaning sink at the rear. The large rear yard provides plenty of off-street parking for cars and boats. Please note pets are not permitted and a two night minimum applies. Number 99A and 99B can be booked separately or together; sleeping 16 guests when booked together. Two night minimum stay applies. Booking (AUD22.00) and cleaning fee (AUD85.00) applies, payable direct to Country Getaways following an online booking being made....

Tanderra Craft Village

Port Augusta Road, Whyalla SA 5600
Tanderra Craft Village was established in 1990 as a community centre to provide an outlet for locally made handcrafts, and a permanent home for the development of crafts in Whyalla. The craft displayed for sale comes from as far away as Ceduna on the west coast and Port Lincoln in the south, Port Augusta in the north and Laura in the mid-north. The reputation of this craftwork is travelling far and wide as local, interstate and overseas visitors take their purchases home. The complete village, craft market, specialty shops, special interest groups and tearooms are generally open on the last weekend of each month from 10am to 4pm on both days. Open at other hours for various resident groups to meet and work on their crafts throughout the week and invite visitors with similar interests to call in....

Century 21 SouthCoast: Sea Reef

89 Esplanade, Port Noarlunga SA 5167
Situated right on the Esplanade overlooking the sparkling waters of Port Noarlunga and its iconic jetty, this large, modern house is what holiday dreams are made of. Sleeping 12 in total with a convenient upstairs-downstairs layout, beautiful décor, gourmet kitchen and three resort-style bathrooms, it easily accommodates several families or a big group of friends. On the upper level, the large living room with comfy couch and flat-screen television has double sliding doors which open onto a covered balcony overlooking the beach - the perfect place to kick back with a cocktail or book - plus there's a fully enclosed backyard with decking, views to the hills and a Weber Q. There is loads to do and explore, with Port Noarlunga's 1.6 kilometre long natural reef a popular spot for scuba diving and snorkelling, while the Onkaparinga River and its national park offer excellent kayaking, fishing and bushwalking. You'll find plenty of cafes and shops within walking distance, and you can also easily venture slightly further afield for some vineyard hopping in McLaren Vale. For availability and pricing check the website. ...

Burra Mine Site

Township of Burra, Burra SA 5417
Enjoy a self-drive tour or walk through the Burra Mine Site, a South Australian State heritage area. The open-air museum contains remains of the mining operations, recreating the exciting atmosphere of the monster mine. Entrance to the Burra Mine Site is included in the Burra Heritage Passport, available from the Burra Visitor Information Centre, 2 Market Square, Burra (open seven days per week and public holidays 9am to 5pm, closed Christmas Day). Copper ore was discovered at Burra in 1845 and by 1850 Burra was the largest metal mine in Australia, employing 1,000 men and boys....

Barossa Bluestone B&B

8 Mill Street, Tanunda SA 5352
Barossa Bluestone B&B offers quality accommodation for up to eight guests in a private location right in the heart of Tanunda. This lovely self contained property features three bedrooms, master with king size bed and the second and third with a king size bed or the option of two single beds in each. State of the art appliances await you including dishwasher, large plasma television with extensive DVD collection, luxurious six-person spa, cosy wood fire and ducted reverse cycle air conditioning....

Devil's Peak Bed & Breakfast

2120 Flinders Ranges Way, Quorn SA 5433
Devil's Peak Bed & Breakfast is nestled in the Flinders Ranges at the base of Devil's Peak on an 800 acre private property in a peaceful and natural environment. It accommodates up to eight people in a four bedroom self-contained house. All linen is provided and provisions for full breakfast can be provided. Enjoy the serenity and spectacular scenery as you relax on the verandah or go for a walk to observe wildlife in this sanctuary for native fauna and flora. The bed and breakfast is easily accessible, 12 kilometres from Quorn and 25 kilometres from Port Augusta. Bush camping is available and guests enjoy exclusive access to walking trail on property including to Devil's Peak. The property is close to Heysen and Mawson Trails and guests can watch the Pichi Richi steam train go past....

Manyara Vineyard

380 Onkaparinga Valley Road, Balhannah SA 5242
Manyara Vineyard is a small family vineyard located in Balhannah in the Adelaide Hills where the extended Lipman family concentrate on growing grapes of the highest quality. The vines are lovingly tended and carefully managed through hand pruning, shoot and bunch thinning to produce premium wines with distinctive fruit character. Wines available include Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and the Manyara red wine blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Malbec and Petit Verdot. The 2011 Pinot Noir will be available early in 2012....

Matthew Sweet at Moonta Gallery of the Arts

cnr George & Henry Streets, Moonta SA 5558
Matthew Sweet will be exhibiting at The Moonta Gallery of the Arts during February 2017, open from 11am to 3pm daily. The Moonta Gallery of the Arts has a different exhibition nearly every month....

Hawker Cup

Recreation Road, Hawker SA 5434
The Flinders Ranges and Outback may be known for its rugged landscapes and quirky characters, but it's the iconic race events of the region that bring out the best of this unique part of South Australia. Horse racing is a highly anticipated event on the social calendar in these parts and the locals sure know how to throw a party for visitors! Whether it's trying your luck in the fashion stakes, or studying the form guide in earnest, there's no better way to experience country hospitality than to head to the races at Hawker. Outback hospitality at its best!...

River Shack Rentals - Riverfront Holiday Home

731 East Front Road (adjacent Kia Marina), Younghusband SA 5238
River Shack Rentals - Riverfront Holiday Home is an extremely neat and tidy shack that sleeps eight. Set right on the riverfront just eight kilometres upstream from Mannum, the shack has three bedrooms, with open plan living including a nice kitchen that leads onto the front porch, a great spot to have a barbecue and watch the river life roll by. A beautiful lawn area leads to an excellent sandy beach with tall gum trees to offer shade throughout the day. River Shack Rentals - Riverfront Holiday Home is a fully self-contained home and an ideal spot to ski the day away or relax with a spot of fishing. You will really enjoy your holiday here! Applications subject to approval by landlord and a bond applies. ...

Century 21 SouthCoast: The Pines

57 Esplanade, Sellicks Beach SA 5174
This recently renovated property on the Esplanade is perfectly positioned for a relaxing beach holiday. Enjoy views of the cliffs, sand and water as far as the eye can see. This property is perfect for a couple of families to get together and relax for a short weekend break or a long restful holiday. The yard is completely enclosed making it safe for children and pets. Enjoy a barbecue under the pergola at the back of the property during the warm summer evenings or uninterrupted views from the front balcony. The property has four bedrooms: bedroom one has a queen bed with built in robe and glass doors to the balcony. Bedroom two has two single beds and built in robe. Bedroom three is downstairs with a double bed, two singles plus a cot with glass doors opening to the front of the property. Bedroom four is downstairs and has a double bed. For your comfort there is a reverse cycle split system air conditioner upstairs and portable fans for the bedrooms downstairs. For availability and pricing check the website. ...
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Murray Meanderer

Morphett Flat Road, Morgan SA 5320
Murray Meanderer is a lovely comfortable home away from home on our beautiful Murray River. Featuring four bedrooms and four bathrooms, Murray Meanderer houseboat is part of the Quality Houseboats ensuite fleet. Perfect for mature travelers with power available in all bedrooms if you have a Cpap machine. It has solar panels fitted to cut down generator run time, providing you more time to enjoy the serenity Moored at Morgan, your perfect spot to explore the wonderful Murray River....