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What You Didn’t Know You Could Do on Kangaroo Island

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Have you ever visited Kangaroo Island, famous for its raw and rugged coastline, impeccably clear water, and natural wonders and wildlife? It is the third-largest island in Australia and one of the world’s most incredible nature-based destinations, also referred to as nature’s playground. If you’re planning a trip to South Australia, or a local looking…

Wildlife Experiences in and around Brisbane

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When you think about Brisbane, you think the city, the Brisbane River, Southbank and Mt Cootha. But you don’t often think about the wildlife experiences available in and around the Brisbane area. If you’re on holidays in Brisbane, or even if you live here, and you’re looking for a way to entertain the whole family,…

What to do on the Fleurieu Peninsula

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The Fleurieu Peninsula is Adelaide’s playground, famous for white-sand beaches, beautiful vineyards and farmlands, pretty coastal towns and a world-renowned wetland. Visitors can easily spot kangaroos, pelicans, sea lions, dolphins, seals, and many species of local birdlife. It is a wonderful way to spend exploring what South Australia has to offer, but there’s a few…

Rusden Wines: full-flavoured, traditional wines from the Barossa Valley

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In 1979, Christine, a 6th generation Barossa grape wine grower, and her husband Dennis, purchased 40 acres of run-down vineyard on the white sand over clay country in the heart of the Barossa. The idea was just to buy a ‘hobby farm’, but the rest is pretty much history. In 1992, a Cabernet Sauvignon experiment…

A Little Cheese

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It’s the pairing we all know and love – cheese and wine! The perfect match between the two can take you on a delicious adventure. There are no real set rules for pairing wine and cheese, however it is important to take into consideration acidity, texture, fat, saltiness and tannins to find that perfect match….

Hand in Hand: Chocolate and Wine

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Love chocolate? Love wine? Why not both together? If you’ve never thought of pairing chocolate and wine, you don’t quite know that magical taste sensation you are missing out on. But to get that sensation, you need to find the right balance – and that can be challenging. Balancing is the secret to pairing wine…

Explore the Highlights of South Australia

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Charming cities and towns, world-class food and wine, famous cultural festivals, diverse wildlife, and extraordinary picturesque scenery make South Australia a favourite destination for the locals and foreign visitors. If you are a true nature lover, taste your way through world-famous wine regions, laze back at picture-perfect beaches and swim with sea lions. For the…

Must Visit Wineries Close to the Gold Coast

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Nature has gifted Australia with some of the best wine making conditions available.With some of the country’s top-ranked wineries not too far from the Gold Coast, there is plenty to discover off the coast. Get away from the tourists, head to the hinterland, and discover some great tasting wines (you’ll also find plenty of amazing…

5 Wineries You Must Visit in Barossa

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The Barossa Valley is one of the most beautiful and widely recognised tourist destinations in South Australia, known for its fantastic wines. If you are a wine lover, a tour of the Valley will reward you with internationally renowned wineries with equally acclaimed restaurants and cellar doors. Here are five of our must visit wineries…

Say Goodbye to 2020 with a COVID-Safe Christmas Party

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2020 has been a pretty interesting year to say the least – most of us didn’t expect that we would be working from home, going through bottles of sanitiser, home schooling and cancelling our holidays. But 2020 doesn’t need to finish the way it started and there are still plenty of ways you can celebrate…