Tag Archive: South Australia

Marion Bay – Gateway to Innes National Park

The jewel in the crown of Yorke Peninsula in South Australia is Innes National Park which is located around 300 kilometres from Adelaide. A pristine wilderness area with a rugged picturesque coastline, shipwrecks,… Continue reading

Yorke Peninsula Outbuildings and Ruins

Driving through rural Australia you will always see ruins and outbuildings which I find fascinating. I always wonder about the stories that these thick stone walls could tell if only they could talk.… Continue reading

Currency Creek Railway Bridge

Yet again I’ve been inspired to get out and discover a location thanks to Instagram! This time it’s a railway bridge in the locality of Currency Creek in SA. Currency Creek and the… Continue reading

Roadside Sculptures Port Wakefield Road

The spring school holiday time is just about to start in South Australia and soon families will be loading up cars and caravans and heading off for a couple of weeks of respite… Continue reading

Combined Cellar door, Art Gallery and Pizza in Port Elliot

Blink and you’ll miss the driveway into No. 58 Cellar door and Gallery on Waterport Road at Port Elliot, but if you do…turn around and get back there. The tasting room and gallery… Continue reading

Rock n Roll Festival in Victor Harbor

The Rock n Roll festival has rolled in and out of Victor for another year. For three days every September this popular seaside town in South Australia is taken over by classic cars,… Continue reading