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Named after England's Henley-on-Thames, the popular seaside suburb of Henley Beach began in 1877 as a speculative ventur... [more]
Opened in 2017, Punchbowl Lookout Trail is a short and easy walk to the spectacular Onkaparinga River Gorge. It has ... [more]
Situated on the banks of the Murray River, Renmark Hotel is a community-owned hotel that returns its profits to the ... [more]
The food at Noi Vietnamese Eatery features great produce with amazing flavours. You will find distinctive Vietnamese... [more]
If you think you've seen a scarecrow, think again. These works of art along the scarecrow trail of the Barossa Vinta... [more]
28/03/2021 - 18/04/2021
With our Great State Voucher, we decided to book a night's stay at Majestic M Suites in North Adelaide. This contemp... [more]
Located approximately 200 kilometres north-east of Adelaide, the Riverland is home to a surprising number of iconic town... [more]
In the heart of Mawson Lakes lies a small but beautiful park designed to show admiration for City of Salisbury's Jap... [more]
Just 45 minutes' drive from Hope Valley Reservoir you will find South Para Reservoir, the second-largest reservoir i... [more]
Born in 1822, George French Angas was a remarkably talented English artist who studied natural history painting befo... [more]
08/02/2021 - 23/09/2021
Home to spectacular natural wonders, South Australia's south east has much to offer as a region. Its massive volcani... [more]
22/02/2021 - 27/02/2021
Located off the coast of Victor Harbor, Granite Island Recreation Park is characterised by huge granite boulders tin... [more]
With a capacity of almost three gigalitres, Hope Valley Reservoir stores water transferred from Gorge Weir on the Ri... [more]
Located approximately 30 kilometres south of Mount Gambier, Port Macdonnell is a small town surrounded by an impress... [more]
As one of the most recent volcanic activity on mainland Australia, Mount Schank was formed by volcanic material from... [more]
Formerly the site of a council quarry, Lake McIntyre is today a safe haven for birds. Over 50 species have been attr... [more]
The cherry season for 2020 has truly arrived, and here are five locations where you can pick your own fresh cherries str... [more]
Meandering along Brownhill Creek valley, you can enjoy shaded areas of old European trees and sections of threatened... [more]
Located just east of the township of Berri, Martin Bend wetland is a River Murray backwater - the site of a rehabili... [more]
Derived from the Aboriginal word meaning "big bend in the river", Paringa is a small Riverland town located approxim... [more]
With the picturesque Murray River on its doorstep, Riverbend Caravan Park is the place to sit back and relax right o... [more]
I am not a fan of traditional camping, but when the opportunity came for glamorous camping in the Barossa Valley I t... [more]
Spring is upon us, and there is no better time than now to get amongst the birds. South Australia's diverse range of... [more]
Not being able to venture overseas does not mean that you have to miss out on European art. Instead of going to Europe, ... [more]
03/10/2020 - 14/12/2020
Inspired by the birds of prey that hover and soar overhead, Kites and Kestrels Playground is a large raptor-themed n... [more]
Located in the dining precinct of Westfield Tea Tree Plaza, Bangkok Boulevard is known for bringing taste buds to life w... [more]
Most of us have probably been to Victor Harbor, but how many had actually explored its surrounding regions? The Fleu... [more]
Named after a past member, Max Holbrook Walking Trail was established by the Rotary Club of Brownhill Creek as one o... [more]
Nestled in the parklands of Carrick Hill, the Children's Story Book Trail is designed primarily for children to expl... [more]
Fancy spending the night in an abandoned town? Nobody lives there, except for visitors such as yourself who rent one of ... [more]
Located approximately 300 kilometres from Adelaide, Stenhouse Bay was the most southern settlement on Yorke Peninsul... [more]
Situated on the eastern side of Mount Remarkable National Park, Alligator Gorge has its own unique elements, differe... [more]
On our recent roadtrip to the Flinders Ranges, we decided to check out the motel-style accommodation at Discovery Pa... [more]
In September 2019, the Eyre Peninsula township of Cowell joined the South Australia silo art trail with the completi... [more]
Built in the 1850s, Baroota Homestead was a six-roomed pine paling house with plastered ceilings and a cemented vera... [more]
Located in the Southern Flinders Ranges, Mount Remarkable National Park is only about a three-hour drive north of Ad... [more]
During the winter months, swarms of Giant Australian Cuttlefish move into the shallow rocky waters off Whyalla's coa... [more]
13/07/2020 - 31/08/2020
Proclaimed in 1911, the Riverland township of Berri takes its name from the Erawirunga word "bery bery" which means ... [more]
Imagine enjoying luxurious dining day in day out without having to prepare the food or do the dishes. That is ex... [more]
You may or may not have heard of the name Jimmy James, but I'm sure it'll ring a bell as you read on. In October 196... [more]
In addition to the Adelaide Botanic Garden, Monster Theatres is also being presented at the Art Gallery of South Austral... [more]
04/07/2020 - 02/08/2020
Besides attending events such as working bees, concerts, trivia nights and gala dinners, you can also support bushfire-i... [more]
'Velvet, Iron, Ashes' is the inaugural exhibition in the new Victoria Gallery at State Library Victoria. It connects... [more]
15/01/2020 - 23/02/2020
The devastation of the recent bushfires is just unimaginable. Many lives, homes, crops, vines, stock, pets and wildlife ... [more]
The Regency International Centre at TAFE SA Regency campus not just delivers training in cookery, hospitality, bakery an... [more]
Flamboyance Tours is a brand new tour agency that focuses on providing accessible and affordable Adelaide city walki... [more]
We were recently in Whyalla and decided to sign up for the Steelworks Site Tour. It was a one-of-a-kind experience headi... [more]
The Limestone Coast is located in the southeast region of South Australia and boasts many unique attractions which will ... [more]
Do not judge a book by its cover. That is so very true when it comes to your first impressions of Coober Pedy. There def... [more]
Ever since returning from the Middle East three years ago, I have been searching far and wide for pure authentic fal... [more]
Remember how grandma used to do it? How she would make something totally from scratch? How she would only purchase the f... [more]
3D Art Langkawi is the largest interactive 3D art museum in Malaysia. It features over one hundred exhibits painted ... [more]
It was a beautiful sunny Sunday morning, and I decided to join in on one of the free guided walks at Kings Park. The top... [more]
Blackwood Markets host a number of themed markets throughout the year offering various stalls, demonstrations, infor... [more]
If you like food and if you like walking, then The Adelaide Feast walking food tour by Feast on Foot is just the thing f... [more]
Visiting Hahndorf doesn't have to be an expensive experience. It certainly can be done on a budget. Personally, I don't ... [more]
With some time to spare in the city, I decided to join in on the free guided walk at the Adelaide Botanic Garden. I am n... [more]
Do you like the sound of high tea buffet? Yes that's right, not just a high tea but a high tea buffet. Well, if you are ... [more]
You have heard of strawberry picking. You have heard of cherry picking. But have you heard of fig picking? Just t... [more]
04/02/2017 - 31/03/2017
On my recent trip to London, I had the privilege of dining at the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar & Grill in Islington... [more]
Have you ever considered a cruise on the Murray River? Captain Cook Cruises offers luxurious three, four and seven-night... [more]
Your birthday is a time for celebration and receiving gifts. But, imagine receiving various eats and drinks once a year ... [more]
Until Sunday the 2nd of May 2021, you have the opportunity to experience the brand new art exhibition of renowned So... [more]
24/02/2021 - 02/05/2021
Along the coastline of Fleurieu Peninsula, huge intertidal reef platforms reveal beautiful rock pools at low tide. T... [more]
Recently painted by artist Jack Fran, Paringa silo art has been dubbed the gateway to the South Australia silo art trail... [more]
As iconic as it is structurally unviable, the existing Granite Island causeway will soon be decommissioned after the... [more]
Connected to South Para Reservoir Reserve in the Barossa is Warren Reservoir Reserve, where you can also walk, run, ... [more]
Anyone with children at home knows all too well the pain caused by stepping on dangerously wild plastic brick pieces... [more]
Do you remember what happened in politics two years ago? Here's your opportunity to relive the federal election, the... [more]
19/11/2020 - 20/02/2021
As the state's only world heritage site, Naracoorte Caves National Park is an important fossil area. The 28 known ca... [more]
Tantanoola Caves Conservation Park is, of course, well-known for its very impressive cave filled with extraordinary ... [more]
Located at the corner of Main North Road and Spring Gully Road, Clare Valley Wine, Food and Tourism Centre is a must... [more]
Severely damaged in the Ash Wednesday bushfire, Weikert Cottage has now been restored as a place of pilgrimage to ho... [more]
Next to Gleeson Wetlands, you will find a 10-hectare open space recreation area called Melrose Park. It is home to Inchi... [more]
Located in the Clare Valley, Gleeson Wetlands is fast becoming popular among walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and na... [more]
In addition to the many Australia Day celebrations serving up free breakfast, there are also other family-friendly event... [more]
Although it's time to head back to school, summer fun continues with free outdoor cinemas across Adelaide this February ... [more]
Each year, Kangaroo Island hosts a great country racing event and this year is no different. The 2021 SeaLink Kangar... [more]
18/02/2021 - 20/02/2021
The township of Padthaway, meaning "good water", is situated on the Riddoch Highway approximately 70 kilometres sout... [more]
Celebrate the Year of the Ox with a Chinese New Year banquet this February 2021. Sumptuous meals are usually shared amon... [more]
12/02/2021 - 26/02/2021
A series of seven sculptures sit atop tree stumps in the middle of Father Woods Park to recognise the work done by F... [more]
Declared a state heritage area in 1997, Petticoat Lane is a narrow thoroughfare characterised by an assortment of or... [more]
The esplanade at Brighton will once again be transformed into an outdoor sculpture gallery this January 2021. Patrit... [more]
21/01/2021 - 31/01/2021
Built in the 1850s and 1860s, Sharam Cottages were home to Christopher and Ellen Sharam and their fifteen children. ... [more]
Situated at the edge of Valley Lake, Valley Lake Conservation Area provides a habitat for the reintroduction and sustain... [more]
Located within a native forest reserve, Hell's Hole is an impressive sinkhole that extends into open water. It drops... [more]
As you walk along Rundle Mall, have you ever noticed the rich collection of sculptures it houses? Yes, there are of cour... [more]
On Friday the 29th of January 2021, you will have the opportunity to see eight of the world's best tennis players ri... [more]
Australians all let us rejoice for we are one and free. On the 26th of January 2021, this updated lyrics of the national... [more]
Approximately 15 kilometres south of Mount Gambier lies what seems to be a deep lagoon in the middle of nowhere. The 40-... [more]
Atop the cliffs on Cape Dombey, the Obelisk was erected in 1852 to store rocket lifesaving equipment. Firing basket-carr... [more]
Not to be mistaken for Kingston on Murray in the Riverland, Kingston SE is a small seaside town approximately 300 kilome... [more]
Built in 1979, the Big Lobster has become an icon of the township of Kingston SE. It took six months to build and ha... [more]
For the first time in Australian history, Cape Jaffa Lighthouse was moved from a site at sea to land after operating for... [more]
You may have seen sundials beautifying gardens across South Australia, but have you ever heard of a sundial without ... [more]
Coorong National Park is home to many birds including the Australian pelicans who establish breeding colonies on its... [more]
Until the 28th of March 2021, you have the opportunity to explore the parallel collecting practices of Kenneth MacKe... [more]
23/12/2020 - 28/03/2021
Festive gatherings are important during the Christmas season, however, each and every one of us has a part to play in ke... [more]
24/12/2020 - 25/12/2020
From the east to the west and from the north to the south, Adelaide homes have turned on their Christmas lights for all ... [more]
16/12/2020 - 24/12/2020
In addition to selling cherries straight from the shed, Kerrie's Cherries is now offering pick your own raspberries ... [more]
16/12/2020 - 24/01/2021
Completed in November 2020, the silo art at Farrell Flat is the latest installation to join the South Australian silo ar... [more]
Recently renovated and reopened on the 28th of November 2020, Carrick Hill House now features a lift from the ground... [more]
With a capacity of almost three gigalitres, Adelaide's oldest and smallest reservoir is the centrepiece of the Hope ... [more]
Thanks to Sealink Travel Group, our annual Carols by Candlelight will go ahead this year although a little different... [more]
On Saturday the 12th of December 2020, Mount Barker District Council will be hosting Rudolph's Christmas Revolution ... [more]
On Tuesday the 15th of December 2020, National Parks and Wildlife Service will be hosting a Family Fun Day at Stamford H... [more]
From Tuesday the 1st of December 2020, the community of South Australia is urged to ensure that their name and mobil... [more]
Recently opened in November 2020, Crowne Plaza Adelaide is one of the newest hotels in the heart of the city. I had ... [more]
Managed by SA Water, the Sturt Gorge Dam was constructed in 1965 to prevent flooding of properties downstream. This ... [more]
Recognised as one of the country's most evident geological sites, Glacial Hike takes you to significant points of in... [more]
Officially opened in October 2020, the Steub Trail is a great alternative to the popular but steep Waterfall Gully H... [more]
Located next to the library, Jarrett Memorial Gardens is a lush shady parkland in the Riverland township of Renmark. It ... [more]
South Australians will get through the COVID-19 pandemic together and various support is available during this time. ... [more]
To help stop the spread of COVID-19, a six-day circuit breaker has been implemented in South Australia starting Thur... [more]
With the aim to stop the spread of COVID-19 in South Australia, a circuit breaker will be implemented from Thursday ... [more]
19/11/2020 - 21/11/2020
On Sunday the 20th of December 2020, Paradise Carols will again be presenting two spectacular carols shows at 5pm an... [more]
Nativity: The Christmas Garden is coming to Gawler for the very first time this December, and you are invited to com... [more]
16/12/2020 - 21/12/2020
Since the time of Empress Josephine, who planted more than 250 varieties of roses at Chateau de Malmaison in France, ros... [more]
Just ten minutes' drive from Paringa is the unique richly coloured Headings Cliffs. In honour of the four generation... [more]
Dedicated in 2010, a sculpture sits permanently in Jarrett Memorial Gardens at Renmark to recognise the significance... [more]
The strawberry season is truly upon us, and here are two great locations where you can go to pick your own strawberr... [more]
With the weather warming up as we head into summer, enjoying an outdoor movie is one way to spend the night with fam... [more]
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