Category Archive: South Australia

Spring Into The Hills

The Adelaide Hills is finally feeling confident enough to throw off its grey overcoat and wow there is spectacular spring colour underneath. There is no better example of this than the Mount Lofty… Continue reading

Storm Boy Discovery Trail in South Australia

If you love Australian movies and visiting the places where they were made then the Storm Boy discovery trail is for you. The original Storm Boy movie was made in 1976 and the… Continue reading

Port Elliot to Middleton Coastal Walk

The Port Elliot and Middleton coast is very familiar and popular with a lot of South Aussies, it’s so close to Adelaide (around 80 kilometres away) that it can be a day trip… Continue reading

One Paddock Winery, Currency Creek SA

South Australia is well known for its wine regions, perhaps the most famous is the Barossa Valley but equally as good are McLaren Vale and the Fleurieu Region, Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills but… Continue reading

Victor Harbor, Holiday Playground in South Australia

With a long weekend coming up in South Australia, everyone is itching to get away for a quick break from the everyday. Short holiday breaks like these inject a lot of money into… Continue reading

Brighton Caravan Park South Australia

We were invited to an impromptu weekend away with friends at Brighton Caravan Park in South Australia which strangely enough we had never set foot in before and in fact didn’t even know… Continue reading

The Australian Arid Lands Botanic Garden

This Botanic Garden in Port Augusta was officially opened in 1996 with a purpose to display and promote the plant diversity of the arid lands of South Australia. Today it continues to conserve… Continue reading

Land of Ragged Mountain Ranges

No matter how many stories I’ve had printed, it’s always a thrill to see another one in a magazine. I have a number of stories in the pipeline at the moment with a… Continue reading

The Captivating Coorong

There is a special place in South Australia which I think has gone largely unnoticed, but a spotlight is about to be shone on it with the release of a movie in January… Continue reading

Mannum on the Murray River

At a little less than 100 kilometres from Adelaide, the town of Mannum is a perfect spot to have a river holiday in South Australia. You get a feel for the history of… Continue reading