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McLaren Vale Wine Tour- Private or food & wine Tour

The History McLaren Vale is situated 40 kms south of Adelaide. The rolling vine-covered hills feed over 50 small, very individual wineries. The Region’s wines are described as the “middle palate of Australia” because they produce soft full flavoured wines. Each October the Bushing Festival takes place, during which colourful wine making characters introduce the
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Barossa Valley – Full Day Private or Share Tour

THE HISTORY The Barossa Valley is South Australia’s best known wine region and home to the largest wine companies in Australia. The landscape is interwoven with the unmistakable presence of rich Germanic/Silesian culture and heritage, which has made the region so special. THE TOUR At 9a.m. you will begin a personally escorted journey that includes
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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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Adelaide Hills Wine Tour – Full Day

THE HISTORY The lush, green Adelaide Hills are located in the picturesque Mount Lofty Ranges, within half an hour’s drive east of Adelaide. It is fast becoming recognised as one of Australia’s foremost ‘cool – climate’ viticultural regions, takes advantage of the altitude and rainfall of the Mount Lofty Ranges to produce wine similar to
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Coonawarra (Limestone Coast) – Two Day Private Tour

The History Coonawarra has a reputation for producing some of the finest red wines in Australia. The local winemakers consider one of Australia’s most important wine awards, the Jimmy Watson trophy, as their own. There are over 25 wineries in the area; most are multi – award winning wine producers. The regions famous stretch of
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Fleurieu Fine Food, Wine and Wildlife Tour

The History The Fleurieu has the land, the produce, the wildlife and its people living in harmony. The aboriginal Kauna people enjoyed the unspoilt habitat in ancient times. As did the French explorer Baudin who named the Peninsula. The rolling vine-covered hills in the McLaren Vale region, in the centre of the region, feed over
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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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Adelaide Hills Wine Tour – Half Day

We travel through the picturesque Adelaide Hills via the scenic Greenhill road. We may visit Tim Knappstein’s Lenswood vineyards or Ashton Hills winery tucked away in Ashton both produce some of the finest wines in Australia. We visit the Bridgewater Mill restaurant and winery, home to the world class Petaluma wines. We tour through the
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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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Para Road Wine Path

The annual Para Road Wine Path (a meandering path along the Para River, Para Road, Tanunda) held in November always attracts a large crowd. The participating wineries – Peter Lehmann Wines, Stanley Lambert Wines, Langmeil Winery and Richmond Grove – put on a fabulous array of fine food, wine and entertainment for the whole family.
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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.