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BAROSSA VALLEY ROADTRIP

[wp_ad_camp_1] Spending a day at the Barossa Valley – one of Australia’s best wine regions. Here’s a roadtrip itinerary picking up few of the best spots when in Barossa. 1. The Barossa Reservoir’s Whispering Wall A whisper can be heard clearly from both sides – approximately 140 metres away. Incredibly awesome, the wall really does whisper! A must try: Say a whisper from 140 metres away! Location: Whispering Wall Rd, Williamstown SA 5351 Distance from Adelaide: 67 km via National Highway M20 Drive Duration: 1 hour 2. Lyndoch Lavender Farm Extensive product shop of lavender varieties. Creative lavender baked goods, jams and ice cream served in a quaint venue with a vast outdoor area. A must try: Their Lavender ice cream Location: Hoffnungsthal Rd & Tweedies Gully Road, Lyndoch SA 5351 Distance from Whispering Wall: 12 km Drive Duration: 15 minutes 3. Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre Most popular stop while...

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4-DAYS ROADTRIP SIGHTSEEING ITINERARY FROM ADELAIDE TO MELBOURNE

[wp_ad_camp_1] A 4-days roadtrip itinerary from Adelaide to Melbourne and vice versa. Spring and Summer are the best season to go on a road trip with DST in place, the days are longer and you can take advantage of the daylight. If you’re planning on a road trip to our neighboring state Victoria, here’s an itinerary which lets you maximise most of the places of interest in both SA and Victoria. Route #1 – Adelaide to Mt Gambier Distance: 430km Drive Duration: 5 hours Places of interest: Blue Lake and Umpherston Sinkhole The Blue Lake is an extinct volcanic crater which turns into a brilliant azure blue colour especially during the warmer months like summer. It is best to visit from December to end of March as it turns into winter grey from May to November. The Umpherston Sinkhole now a grandioce setting of a Sunken Garden was actually a...

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THE BLUFF LOOKOUT – ENCOUNTER BAY

[wp_ad_camp_1] Just an hour and a half drive from Adelaide, the Bluff lookout Encounter Bay offers amazing views of the coastline. A perfect spot for a walk!   [huge_it_gallery id=”6″]   [wp_ad_camp_3]  

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THE ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW

[wp_ad_camp_1] The biggest Adelaide yearly event is here. The Show always starts every first Friday of September and this year runs from 1st to the 10th of September 2017. The Show features lots of entertainment, rides, exhibits, sideshows and the popular but expensive attraction – the showbags. Visit the show at the Adelaide Showground in Wayville. Wood Cutting is a popular free event to watch at the Royal Adelaide Show [wp_ad_camp_1]

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ROADTRIP TO THE DRIVE-IN CINEMA

[wp_ad_camp_1] One of the coolest outdoor and Aussie experience is simply to try the drive-in cinema. I love the movies and this has probably become one of my favorite fun things to do. In Adelaide, we have the Mainline Drive-in Cinema in Gepps Cross operated by Wallis Cinemas. It has a large outdoor movie screen and a huge car parking area. You can watch the movie inside your car or outdoor on camping chairs(if the weather is not too cold). Some people with van or SUV type of vehicles open the boot of their cars fold down the back seats and lay down comfortably. Where to find Mainline Drive-in Cinema? Mainline Drive-in Cinema is located north of Adelaide City. Just across a well-known intersection ‘Gepps Cross’ along main north road. Here’s their complete address: 588 Main North Road, Gepps Cross SA 5094.   How much? You have the option to...

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TOP FREE THINGS TO DO IN ADELAIDE CITY

[wp_ad_camp_1] Adelaide is a small city with a laid back lifestyle, you’ll find most of the shops close at 5 or 6pm on a weekday. Friday night is late night shopping in the CBD and most stores are open until 9pm while Thursday night is late night shopping in the suburbs. If you’re new in Adelaide, maybe a student or a migrant who have just moved in, or if you’re here visiting family and friends then here’s a few ideas on where you could explore some places and spots in Adelaide. 1.) Visit the State Library of SA – The State Library is the largest public reference library in SA, it’s open to the public and all for free. You can check their opening hours here. They also have some free guided tours at 11am and 2pm but you would need to register your interest at the information kiosk. This...

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WEEKEND ESCAPE TO NORMANVILLE AND CARRICKALINGA BEACH

[wp_ad_camp_1] LINKS LADY BAY RESORT IN NORMANVILLE, SA We needed a weekend escape but wanted it to be just a short drive from home. And it wasn’t hard enough to find Links Lady Bay Resort as we googled for a relaxing staycation place to stay here in South Australia. The Links Lady Bay Resort is situated in the Town of Normanville on the scenic Fleurieu Peninsula region. You can stay, pamper yourself in their Day Spa or play golf amidst the greens and the kangaroos in their natural habitat. CARRICKALINGA BEACH, SA While we were in Links Lady Bay resort, we heard about Carrickalinga Beach. The beach with white expansive sand, pristine waters and medium size waves perfect for body surfing was peacefully a magnificent sight. [wp_ad_camp_3] [huge_it_gallery id=”4″]

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INNES NATIONAL PARK – YORKE PENINSULA

[wp_ad_camp_1] Innes National Park is located in the southwest tip of the Yorke Peninsula and is about 300 kilometres away from Adelaide. It is approximately a 3.5 hours drive from Adelaide City. The National Park is a popular destination for campers, bushwalkers and fishing enthusiasts. Here are photos of the breathtaking coastal views that we saw during a visit in 2015. [huge_it_gallery id=”9″] [wp_ad_camp_3]

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THE PINK LAKE AT LAKE BUMBUNGA

[wp_ad_camp_1] Lake Bumbunga is a salt lake that turns to eye-catching pink especially when the weather is warm and sunny. It is located 131 kilometres Mid North of South Australia in the town of Lochiel. [wp_ad_camp_3] How to get there Set Google map to nearby café – Jitter Bean Oasis and not Lake Bumbunga. The drive is approximately 1 hour and 35 minutes. You can find parking in Lochiel Hall which is just adjacent to the café. A public toilet is available behind Lochiel Hall and a picnic area.