The Hills Sculpture Trail in South Australia is an interesting treasure hunt as you wind your way through the Adelaide Hills and the Fleurieu Peninsula. The sculptures were all created by master sculptors from Australia and around the world during sculpture symposiums held in 2012, 2014 and 2016 at The Cedars in Hahndorf, the home, studio and grounds of artist Hans Heysen.
The town of Milang is around 70 kilometres south of Adelaide on the Fleurieu Peninsula and is known for being a sleepy town on the shore of Lake Alexandrina, having a collection of historic colourful shacks, plenty of pelicans and birdlife, and a boat ramp for fishing or taking part in water sports on the lake. The great thing about it too, is it’s only a hop skip and jump from the Langhorne Creek and Currency Creek wine regions.
It’s the weekend let’s get out of here. Any chance for a quick getaway from the everyday and we’ll take it. It doesn’t have to take a huge amount of planning and with the caravan always stocked with the basics, it’s just a matter of throwing in warm clothes and some food from home and we are off.
Last weekend saw us venturing less than 50 kilometres from home but to a completely different landscape and feel.
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