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10 Reasons to visit Barossa

To visit the Barossa is to taste the good life … world-famous Barossa Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling plus other premium wines, regional produce and acclaimed restaurants make this one of Australia’s most significant wine tourism regions. No other wine region in Australia has the rich European heritage of the Barossa. Strong links remain to
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Hit the road in the Clare Valley

The Clare Valley is one of Australia’s oldest and most famous wine regions, in the Mid North of South Australia. It is one of the most scenic regions, presenting visitors with a series of small intimate valleys and magnificent views. The valley runs north-south, with Main North Road as the main thoroughfare, approximately 120 km
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Tasting Australia 2012

Since its inception in 1997, Tasting Australia has become one of Australia’s most influential and best attended culinary festivals. The biennial event, which attracts some 50,000 people, is the perfect opportunity for food and drink professionals, the world’s food, drink and travel media, and the public to enjoy the best that the nation has to
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Touch Wine 2011

TouchWine 2011 or TW11 will be hosted on 13th November 2011 at Park 17 Greenhill Road Adelaide. The games will commence at 10.00am with the bar opening at midday. Music from Never Mind the Poodles, Russell Stuart, Matt Remphrey and Swine, Johnny McIntyre, Jazz trio Bonfire featuring the gorgeous Bonnie Lee, and Longview Vineyard’s Disturbing the
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Clare Valley Gourmet Weekend 2012

The Clare Valley is one of Australia’s premier wine regions, renowned for producing world class wines, particularly Riesling. Nestled in the Mt Lofty ranges of South Australia, the region is only a 90 minute drive north of Adelaide. The valley stretches from Auburn in the south, through several quaint villages to the township of Clare in the north, with
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Biodiversity Blitz – Yorke Peninsula, South Australia

Situated on the southernmost tip of The Yorke Peninsula, South Australia lies Innes National Park, famed for its rich and diverse wildlife. The Yorke Peninsula stretches into the Southern Ocean at the apex of The Spencer Gulf, Gulf of St Vincent and Investigator Strait. 3 hours from Adelaide (by car) will be sufficient time to
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Welcome to the Barossa Valley

Comprising of the Barossa Valley and Eden Valley, it is home to some of the oldest Shiraz vineyards in the world, acclaimed Rieslings and iconic wine brands. The Barossa is a gourmet lover’s paradise enriched in a strong cultural heritage reflected in its wine, food, buildings and people. Diverse experiences including festivals, events, the arts,
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Parliament House – South Australia

WineTrails Online were privileged to receive an invitation from The Honourable Michael Atkinson – Speaker of The House to view the inner working of Parliament House in Adelaide South Australia. Parliament House offers groups private visits which can be arranged by following this link It is well worth a visit to learn more about the rich history of South
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Oktoberfest Hahndorf 2011

An activity packed weekend was had by all on The Labour Day weekend 1-3 October 2011. Hahndorf in The Adelaide Hills, South Australia celebrated the Oktoberfest Festival in true spirit with The Hahndorf  Town Band presenting it’s German Oompah,  Traditional  Bavarian Delicacies, such as Schweinebraten (roast pork), Brezn (Pretzel), Schweinshaxe (grilled ham hock), Weisswurst (a white
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Adelaide

Sandwiched between the cool waters of the Southern Ocean and the fragrant Barossa Valley, Adelaide offers a world of choice in one city. The capital of South Australia is today a busy metropolis and a great staging post from which to explore the surrounding vineyards, historic towns and natural attractions of this beautiful part of
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Where to stay in Clare Valley

The Clare Valley is one of Australia’s oldest and most famous wine regions, in the Mid North of South Australia. It is one of the most scenic regions, presenting visitors with a series of small intimate valleys and magnificent views. The valley runs north-south, with Main North Road as the main thoroughfare, approximately 120 km
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Barossa Rose and Flower Show 2011

This years Barossa Rose and Flower Show will be held at Angaston Town Hall, Washington St, Angaston, South Australia on 5th and 6th November 2011. The theme for this year’s Barossa Rose and Flower Show will be 4 Seasons. The event begins on Saturday 5th November at 12.30 until 5.30pm and will continue on Sunday 6th
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Boutique winery Kellermeister shows Barossa Shiraz is still the Best in the World

Boutique Barossa winery Kellermeister’s flagship Shiraz, Wild Witch, has taken the world’s biggest international wine competition by storm, winning the Best Barossa Shiraz Trophy, Best Australian Shiraz Trophy and Best International Shiraz Trophy in London. The International Wine Challenge (IWC), the world’s largest wine competition, is often referred to as The Oscars of the Wine
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Messing about in Wooden Boats…

The historic wharf at Goolwa came alive with the 2011 South Australian Wooden Boat Festival. The biennial event set sail on Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th February, 2011. Goolwa was buzzing with an expected 10,000 people joining in the festivities over the weekend. Organisers were delighted to announce AVJENNINGS & RIVERBREEZE as the major sponsors
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Yangarra Post Harvest Picnic

Yangarra would like to invite you to their Post Harvest Picnic on Saturday April 28th, 2012. Hopefully the weather will be kind so you can bring a blanket & picnic and set yourself up on our lawns. Vintage 2012 has been fast and furious, yields have been low, and with the warm summer, ripening was expedited.
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Discover the new world!!!

To visit the Barossa is to taste the good life … world-famous Barossa Shiraz and Eden Valley Riesling plus other premium wines, regional produce and acclaimed restaurants make this one of Australia’s most significant wine tourism regions. No other wine region in Australia has the rich European heritage of the Barossa. Strong links remain to
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Riverland Wine and Food Festival 2012

Celebrate Wine, Food and the Murray River 18 – 21 October 2012 The Riverland Wine and Food Festival celebrates the region’s rich wine and food culture. This gorgeous part of the Murray River provides an incredible setting for events, including the Riverland Wine and Food Festival’s MAIN EVENT held on Saturday, 20th October 2012. The
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Sea and Vines Food & Wine Festival 2012 McLaren Vale

The BankSA Sea and Vines Food & Wine Festival in McLaren Vale is a celebration of the unique flavours of this agriculturally generous region. Gifted with a Mediterranean climate, rich vineyards and a breathtaking coastline, it’s a place where visitors can literally taste the difference. Why not pay a visit as local food, wine, craft
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