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Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions

Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions

Since pioneering shark cage diving over 40-years ago, Rodney Fox and his son Andrew have been at the very forefront of human interaction with great white sharks. As primary advocates for these creatures, their expeditions and research have educated the public and attracted adventurers from around the world.



Penola Fantasy Model Railway and Rose’s Tearoom

Penola Fantasy Model Railway and Rose’s Tearoom

Down in the Limestone Coast of South Australia there is a village called Penola.
Within this village there is a magical & colourful Kingdom called PENOLARAYA.
It is Australia’s ONLY large scale ‘FANTASY’ model railway layout & since the laying of additional track outside in the Water Garden Kingdom, Penolaraya has become the LARGEST ‘G ‘ scale model railway layout in South Australia.,this has been established by the numerous model railway enthusiasts who have visited the Kingdom from around Australia & overseas since its opening on Dec. 5th. 2009.



Mount Lofty Summit

Mount Lofty Summit

At 710 metres above sea level and only 15 minutes from the city of Adelaide, the Mt Lofty Summit restaurant and café has spectacular panoramic and ever changing views over Adelaide to the sea.The Mount Lofty Summit restaurant and café together with the Tourist Information Centre and Gift Shop, sits at the highest peak of the Mount Lofty Ranges, at the Mount Lofty Lookout.



Cellar Door Wine Festival – Adelaide

Cellar Door Wine Festival – Adelaide

South Australia’s
wine industry will once again come together under one roof for the second
Cellar Door Wine Festival – Adelaide in February. 
The Cellar Door Wine
Festival
gives wine enthusiasts the opportunity to explore 12 iconic wine
regions
and enjoy tastings from more than 150 wineries
The 3-day festival (February
24-26) features a series of Master Classes including Tastes of the Barossa, Wine
and Chocolate Tasting, and a Spiegelau Beer Glass Tasting.



The Beachouse

The Beachouse

Located on the foreshore at Glenelg, just 20 minutes from the city centre, we are the perfect destination for a day out, and we’ve got everything necessary to entertain the adults as well as the kids. We do not charge an entry fee, as all our rides and games are accessed via our Fun Card system The Fun Card is yours to keep. You purchase it for $2 when you first visit The Beachouse. You then charge your card with the number of credits you desire, depending on the option you chose.



Hotel Elliot

Hotel Elliot

Hotel Elliot is located at picturesque Port Elliot on the south coast of South Australia ‘s beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula. Port Elliot is perhaps best known because it sits alongside magnificent Horseshoe Bay – one of Australia’s much loved all-year-round beach destinations. Port Elliot is conveniently located between Victor Harbor and Goolwa, just an hours drive south of Adelaide, and is an ideal holiday base to discover the scenic beauty and attractions of the area.



National Motor Museum

National Motor Museum

Since 1965 millions of people have
enjoyed discovering their motoring heritage at the National Motor Museum, Birdwood,
South Australia. As an international centre for the collection, research,
preservation, education and display of Australian road transport history, the National
Motor Museum is much more than a collection of vehicles. 
It is a social history of the way we were, the way we are now and the way
of the future.



Victor Harbour Winery

Victor Harbour Winery

Victor Harbor\’s first winery was established in 1991 by Adrienne and Neville Scott in the picturesque Southern Fleurieu Peninsula Hills behind Victor Harbor.



Monarto Zoo

Located 60kms east of Adelaide and sister to Adelaide Zoo, Monarto is a new concept combining an open-range zoo with a natural wilderness sanctuary that plays a vital role in breeding programs for threatened species. Safari tours depart regularly and drive through habitats to view cheetah, giraffe, lions, Southern White rhinoceros, meerkats and much more.



Barossa Goldfields

Did you know that Gold was first discovered in the Barossa in 1868! You can re-enact finding gold in ‘them there hills’ by coming along to Annual Re-Enactment Day organised by The Barossa Goldfields Historical Society (A Member of Friends of The Park Inc) The event is held on Fourth Sunday in September 9.30am until
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Sunset Winery

Sunset Winery
A boutique winery owned and run by friends and business partners Colin Hopkins and Athalie and David Martin. 
Elevated sea views overlooking picturesque Eastern Cove and beyond can be enjoyed from the tasting room and recently built larger all weather deck area, whilst the barrel store and production areas are kept at a constant temperature by means of the cement “tilt-up” construction of the lower level.


Bremerton Wines

Bremerton Wines

Join us at Bremerton Wines and enjoy the atmosphere of the restored 1866 stone barn set amongst the vines at Langhorne Creek. Sample our range of premium Bremerton Wines, sit, indulge and enjoy one of our regionally inspired food platters or relax on the lawn with a gourmet picnic box.



Warrawong Wildlife Sancturay

Warrawong Wildlife Sancturay

Located only 25 minutes from the Adelaide CBD, a visit to Warrawong
is an excellent opportunity to enjoy the Australian bush and wildlife in
a protected habitat. You can visit the Sanctuary for free between 9.00am – 4.00pm (last entry at 3.20pm). There are also many other ways to explore the Sanctuary, including:nocturnal walks, animal show, overnight accommodation 



Adelaide Casino

Adelaide Casino

Whether you’re in town for business or pleasure, a visit to the Adelaide Casino is an aboslute must! Located in Adelaide’s historic Railway Station building on NOrth Terrace, the Adelaide Casino is South Australia’s only casino and the city’s most exciting gaming and entertainment venue. If you want to experience the best of Adelaide, this is the place to be.



Chateau Barrosa

Chateau Barrosa

Chateau Barrosa is a bold statement of intent made by well known horticulturalist David Pitt and legendary winemaker Herman Thumm.