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Mount Pleasant, South Australia
October 21, 2021

Mount Pleasant, South Australia

A property to be proud of, Pimpala is a large family homestead on 127 acres in one of South Australia s most serene rural locations. Built in c1880 s the homestead has been recently renovated throughout in keeping with the colonial character of its era. The large open plan living room is unique and simple yet stunning in design. The most often used room in…

Restaurants in North Adelaide South Australia
October 12, 2021

Restaurants in North Adelaide South Australia

From this well-equipped townhouse in North Adelaide, you are steps from a vast array of restaurants, cafes & shops. A free bus connects you to hospitals, the Adelaide Oval, the Zoo, Botanic Gardens, the Central Market, the Adelaide University, museums, galleries and the city. Your home away from home. This light & airy townhouse has an open living…

Brewery South Australia
September 12, 2021

Brewery South Australia

Lion today officially opened the new brewhouse at its West End Brewery, complete with a beautifully restored copper kettle dating back to the early 1930s and visible to passers-by from Port Road. South Australian Premier, the Honourable Jay Weatherill, joined West End Brewery Director Idris Jama to unveil the $70 million dollar investment into one of South Australia’s…

Spa South Australia
September 6, 2021

Spa South Australia

253 Rundle St Adelaide Metro, SA 5 endota spa Adelaide CBD is South Australia’s original endota spa and Adelaide’s number 1 attraction (as voted by Trip Advisor). Upon your arrival take a moment to unwind in our spacious relaxation lounge. Replenish your mind, body and soul in one of our 8 treatment rooms or 2 double treatment rooms. Our expert therapists specialise…

Temperatures in South Australia
August 7, 2021

Temperatures in South Australia

The Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) advises that AEMO is not forecasting electricity supply shortfalls for the high temperatures anticipated for the next four days in South Australia, however these conditions can change quickly due to unexpected generator or network issues. As of 28 February, indications suggest that generation supply in the power system…

Pub in South Australia
June 17, 2021

Pub in South Australia

LESS than two years ago, the property that is now The Moseley Bar & Kitchen was a dark and dingy Irish pub. Now, after a stunning transformation, The Moseley has been named the state’s best hotel. Owned by Port Adelaide footballers Travis Boak and Robbie Gray, in association with the RD Jones Group, the split-level Glenelg venue took the ultimate accolade…

Kingsford Homestead, South Australia
June 2, 2021

Kingsford Homestead, South Australia

South Australia is renowned for world class wine regions, chefs preaching the joys of eating farm-to-table foods and a countryside where the pace is slow and laid back. An accommodation that immerses you in the lifestyle is Kingsford Homestead, located on the edge of the Barossa Valley. This iconic wine region is one of the oldest in Australia and it’s where…

Easter Holiday South Australia
May 24, 2021

Easter Holiday South Australia

From day trips to a weekend away, from a glass of red to flying a kite – South Australia offers a wealth of experiences to consider this Easter long weekend. Here are just six. 1. A DAY AT THE RACES Paddock-to-plate food, wine, picturesque scenery… Oakbank might be renowned for its Easter racing carnival, but there is plenty of off-track activity to keep you…

South Pacific Holiday From Australia
May 6, 2021

South Pacific Holiday From Australia

Darwin can be combined with a visit to the extraordinary Kakadu National Park famous for its ancient rock art and waterfalls as well as its crocodiles. Unforgettable and mysterious Ayers Rock in the Red Centre and the Olgas are easily combined with Alice Springs. In Tasmania, you can immerse yourself in historic Hobart and take in some dramatic island scenery…

South Australia Travel Guide
March 22, 2021

South Australia Travel Guide

Adelaide City Tour with Optional River Cruise and Adelaide Zoo Admission Morning City Tour:Your 3-hour tour of Adelaide begins with hotel pickup by coach. Meet your guide, grab a seat and enjoy your introduction to this city that combines old-world charm, heritage buildings and abundant green space with modern architecture and culture. Visit the North Terrace…

Charleston Hotel South Australia
February 26, 2021

Charleston Hotel South Australia

Charleston is a small town in the Adelaide Hills of South Australia. It is situated on the Onkaparinga Valley Road between Woodside and Mount Torrens, on the main route from the Adelaide Hills to the Barossa Valley, and 3 km south-east of Lobethal. Charleston is very close to the source of the River Onkaparinga. The town was laid out in 1857 by Charles Dunn (1796–1881)…

Hotels North Adelaide South Australia
February 8, 2021

Hotels North Adelaide South Australia

State capitals are usually energetic cities, made up of colorful neighborhoods, and Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, is certainly no slouch in that department! The neighborhood of North Adelaide is located 0.9 miles to the north of Adelaide s downtown area. In North Adelaide, the Adelaide Heritage Cottages & Apartments and Buxton Manor are fairly…

Museums in South Australia
December 18, 2020

Museums in South Australia

The Architecture Museum is a unique repository of more than 200, items significant to South Australia s architectural history. A research facility open to the public, the Architecture Museum is housed in a purpose-built facility at City West campus. Management The Architecture Museum is managed from within the School of Art, Architecture and Design by an academic…

Hotels in New South Wales Australia
December 15, 2020

Hotels in New South Wales Australia

Sydneysiders have been in the know for years now, hightailing it to the Blue Mountains for indulgent weekends of wildlife spotting, antiques shopping and gallery-hopping. Some jokingly refer to Byron Bay as the most northern suburb of Sydney – everything you can find in the big smoke is on your doorstep here, too. Once a sleepy backwater, New South Wales’ Central…

What to do in Robe South Australia?
November 21, 2020

What to do in Robe South Australia?

Robe – once an historic port is now considered one of the jewels in the Limestone Coast. Situated 338 km south east of Adelaide on Guichen Bay, Robe is rich in history and character. Today it is very much an attractive holiday resort combining a dramatic rocky, windswept coastline with many beautiful pristine beaches. The safe electric blue waters of Guichen…

South Australia Lakes
September 28, 2020

South Australia Lakes

Lake Hope was discovered by S.J. and R.J. Stuckey in October 1859 and given that name because we hope for better fortune in the future . Its Aboriginal name was pando penunie, or great lake. After having been shown around the area by Stuckey, Thomas Elder took up a pastoral lease over the area in 1860 and appointed Henry Dean as manager of Lake Hope Station…

Kitchen South Australia
August 26, 2020

Kitchen South Australia

Carob which has sometimes been perceived as a daggy chocolate replacement, is getting a modern makeover at the Carob Kitchen, Port Elliot. Changing Tastes Click Here 24 Carat Carob - Woman s Weekly Quick Bites Nov 12 Woman s Weekly November 2012 - Page 230 Remember the carob of the 1970 s? Most of it had a greasy mouthfell, thanks to its palm oil base. Now The…

Cruises South America to Australia
July 3, 2020

Cruises South America to Australia

Sail through the Chilean Fjords and hear the vast glaciers calving break the silence as you navigate the South American region. Glance at the beauty of the stone monolith s standing tall over the remote Easter Island beaches. Climb into the clouds to walk the streets of Machu Pichu. Watch the local wildlife like the penguins cavorting amongst the seals and sea…

Map of Coober Pedy South Australia
June 27, 2020

Map of Coober Pedy South Australia

Coober Pedy is a town in northern South Australia, 846 km (526 mi) north of Adelaide on the Stuart Highway. According to the 2011 census, its population was 1, 695 (953 males, 742 females, including 275 indigenous Australians). The town is sometimes referred to as the opal capital of the world because of the quantity of precious opals that are mined there…

What is the Size of South Australia?
May 31, 2020

What is the Size of South Australia?

The size of households in general follows the life-cycle of families. Households are usually small at the stage of relationship formation (early marriage), and then increase in size with the advent of children. They later reduce in size again as these children reach adulthood and leave home. Household size can also be influenced by a lack (or abundance) of affordable…

Robe Hotel South Australia
May 10, 2020

Robe Hotel South Australia

Pack your coconut oil and hot foot it to South Australia’s Limestone Coast for a stay in our Robe accommodation! The seaside Robe hotels are surrounded by natural beauty at the end of Guichen Bay… what could be better than that? Whether you’re after Robe luxury accommodation, or a Robe caravan park, we’ll be sure to have something right up your alley. Our Robe…

Australia, New South Wales
May 4, 2020

Australia, New South Wales

Escape the city for the beauty of the Blue Mountains on a full-day small-group tour from Sydney traveling by comfortable air-conditioned minicoach. Shake off any sleepiness at your first stop in the quaint mountain town of Leura; you ll enjoy a complimentary morning tea and stretch your legs as you take in the boutiques and art galleries. Afterward, continue…

Landmarks of South Australia
March 23, 2020

Landmarks of South Australia

Saturday penalty rates will be abolished and Sunday rates halved in South Australia under a landmark agreement that a union has described as a win for employers and workers. The Shop Distributive and Allied Employees Association (SDA) struck the template enterprise agreement with Business SA after nine months of negotiation. The SDA has always been willing…

Art Gallery of South Australia
March 5, 2020

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 welcomed more than 700, visitors last year. Opening…

Holiday Packages South Australia
January 2, 2020

Holiday Packages South Australia

SeaLink might be the specialists in holidays to Kangaroo Island but we also offer a great range of holiday experiences where we combine Kangaroo Island with many of our other amazing South Australian regions. Discover a range of South Australian holiday experiences that include visits to the coastal town of Victor Harbor on the Fleurieu Peninsula, cruising on…

Sheds South Australia
December 15, 2019

Sheds South Australia

Barry Golding’s most recent (2015) research and writing project: The Men’s Shed Movement: The Company of Men Common Ground Publishing, Champaign, Illinois, published August 2015 This book tells the story of how men’s sheds actually got a foothold in community spaces, originally in Australia, and how it has become a Movement in several other countries. There are…

Southern Australia
October 1, 2019

Southern Australia

Tom Amey – Regional Chair Northern NSW Find out more about Tom Tom has been a cattle producer for 38 years and has experience across the grazing and processing industry. He runs a cow and calf operation west of Casino, NSW, servicing the MSA-graded trade yearling market and spent 14 years as a director on the board of the Northern Cooperative Meat Company with…

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