You will see a lot of weird things when you road trip in Australia. A lot of quirky things you pass on the road have come about from either boredom or Aussie humour I suspect. Those things include termite mounds dressed in t-shirts in the Northern Territory, and the odd tree adorned with bras, or… Read More Quirky Australia
Kaniva is around the halfway point when you’re driving from Adelaide to Melbourne and it’s a town we always make a point of stopping in. Not only have we always had friendly service and great coffees, they also have really easy parking, clean public conveniences, and there is a unique painted sheep trail to follow.
Berri is most notable for being a citrus growing region in South Australia with the Murray River that it sits on, playing a major role in the success of the town. There are 3000 hectares of orchards around the town and it was where the Berri fruit juice company originated.
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,… Read More Adelaide Hills Sculpture Trail – Milang
There are all types of public art you can find in your travels in South Australia from wall murals, to huge, impressive, silo paintings and colourful mosaics. Unknowingly I have been finding mosaic works by a particular artist over a few years and didn’t know they were by the same person until I looked into… Read More Public Mosaic Art in South Australia
An interesting drive to take in South Australia where you can also find a heap of public art is to take a loop of the Fleurieu Peninsula. These are just some examples of what the region has in store so there’s plenty left to discover for yourself if you’re looking to visit for a day… Read More Fleurieu Peninsula Public Art