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Situated in the idyllic countryside just a few minutes outside of Millicent you’ll find Mayura Station, an unassuming little building with a globally recognised status for having the best meat in the WORLD! Eat endless amounts of Japanese food at Wasai, just off Gouger Street. If you want to go more “luxe”, then stay at the amazing Frames Luxury Accomodation!
Stay at a friend’s shack and jet-ski on the Murray.
Doesn’t matter how old you are, just climb them – it’s fun. Go to Monarto Zoo and Adelaide Zoo — even better, try your hand at being a Zoo Keeper for the Day!
For places to stay in these wonderful locations — head HERE for Encounter Bay, HERE for Boomer Beach and HERE for Robe. Climb the dangly trees along Plain Tree Drive, next to the Botanic Gardens.
Operating in the Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley and Mc Laren Vale, Trailhopper is a cost effective and easy way to cellar-door-hop around your favourite wine regions for a fraction of the price of a normal wine tour. The perfect excuse to break your winter hibernation!
For wine lovers, experience the Adelaide Hills Winter Red’s Weekend!
Go and see our very own gigantic rubiks cube in the middle of a vineyard. The cube is a wacky and fabulous wine experience, encompassing a tasting room, cinema room, fine dining restaurant and much more. If you’re too scared (or too old), get someone to push you. Watch the sunrise over Horseshoe Bay — with sand in-between your toes. If you don’t do sausage, then “go to India” at The Mustard Seed, on the main street. While you’re there, stay for lunch and admire the stunning grounds. Even if you don’t like ballet, just go for the experience, it’s wonderful! Go to a Showdown at Adelaide Oval and walk over the bridge BEFORE the game. Have lunch at The Organic Cafe, a drink at The Stirling Hotel and dessert at Patch Kitchen and Garden. Have a beer and a German sausage at The German Arms. They have a brilliant regional restaurant on-site too, Fino! Climb to the top of The Bluff at Encounter Bay and try not to get bowled over by the wind. You might even be lucky to see a wedding in action while you’re there! Walk through the gardens at Carrick Hill and pretend you’re in the cast of Downton Abbey. With 19 wineries along the way, Seppeltsfield Road leads you to the stunning Seppeltsfield Wines, which was founded in 1800s by the Seppelt family. Go to Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens in Autumn – MY GAWD, it’s like nowhere else in the WORLD! In winter, head for the hills and spoil yourself with a degustation dinner and overnight stay with your lover at Mt Lofty House. While you’re there you can obviously shark dive — but did you know they also have amazing fashion shops, cellar doors and a brand new award-winning restaurant? But it’s not, it’s right under our noses in stunning Yorke Peninsula. Go to your own private island that seriously could be anywhere in the world!