Fleurieu Peninsula, home to award winning wineries, art galleries which are graced with new works every week and Tourism awards for Cooring Cruises, Cafes and the Alexandrina Cheese company. There is always plenty to do in the area, with many festivals happening every month, so come spend a day here and enjoy what Fleurieu has to offer
Thaxted Park Golf Club, Adelaide's best kept golfing secret is located at Woodcroft, approximately 30km south of the city, and is set in picturesque surroundings. Tours of the course are available. The Proshop at Thaxted Park is fully stocked and offers all the necessities to today's golfers. Tours of the course are available also.
Mount Hurtle home to the first winery built in 1897 by Mostyn Owen is a heritage-listed building. Restored to its former glory in the mid eighties, the winery and surrounds have kept their near Tuscan charm and manage with the rigors of modern day winemaking. Surrounded by the Pimpala vineyard, which is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, the grounds of the winery are home to a large family of ducks, geese and swans. The Mount Hurtle experience is an opportunity to visit a small part of South Australia's winemaking heritage and to sample the world-class wines.
Adelaide War Memorial created in 1919 by the State Government to commemorate the Victory of the Great War 1914-1918. The Unveiling of the memorial in 1931.
McLaren Vale Region, gateway to Fleurieu Peninsula situated between Mt. Lofty Ranges and placid waters of Gulf St Vincent approximately 37km from Adelaide City. McLaren Vale is home to wine festivals, art galleries, markets and gardens. This is all bounded to the south by the Sellicks Hill Range, to the west by the waters of Gulf St Vincent and extends to the eastern side of Clarendon to the Nothern part of Reynella. Climate in the region mimics that of a Mediterranean climate with warm summers, moderate winters, winter dominant rainfall, low humidity and relatively high evaporation. McLaren Vale is a region that knows how to enjoy itself. With great food, wine and experiences.
Adelaide Hills, there are lots of fantastic things to see and do when you visit the Adelaide Hills. Discover boutique wineries or sample fresh local produce at a country market. Check out the wonderful gardens, bushland reserves and nature parks where you can get up close and personal with friendly native animals.
Pull on the walking boots and explore the Mount Lofty Ranges on the Yurrebilla and Heysen Trails or enjoy a round of golf at one of the many welcoming golf courses.