Tourism Australia has launched its latest campaign to attract overseas visitors to come and visit, but frankly it leaves me a bit baffled. The latest ambassador for promoting Australia to the world is a CGI (computer generated image) kangaroo. Yes really, a cartoon character called Ruby the roo. The character will be voiced by Aussie… Read More Australia – Come and Say G’day
A new sculpture has been placed in Moonta’s Queen Square which pays tribute to Sir Richard Williams, a man born and raised in Moonta and the man regarded as the father of the Royal Australian Air Force. He was instrumental in the formation of the RAAF in 1921 and in its development between the wars,… Read More Moonta – Birthplace of the Father of the RAAF
Next time you’re in Moonta and Moonta Bay, look for these new additions to the street art. The Copper Coast Public Art Group was formed last year under the Moonta and District Progress Association and are working with the Copper Coast Council to increase public art in the area.
Our summer holiday on Yorke Peninsula is setting its usual standard when it comes to the weather. This is one of the reasons why we choose to stay for such a long time in the one place. The weather can be very fickle with anything from days in the high 30s to cold southerly blustery… Read More Summer in SA
Our annual pilgrimage to Moonta Bay on Yorke Peninsula is well and truly underway again. From our arrival it takes a few days to set up our home away from home, (almost literally) but as we are here for a few weeks we indulge ourselves with a few comforts. Hello lazy boy recliners, magazine rack,… Read More Return to Moonta Bay
The Yorke Peninsula is a holiday playground for South Aussies who love to flock to ‘Yorkes’, especially over December and January, making the most of scorching summer days to take a relaxing break on the coast. There is more than 700 kilometres of coastline on the peninsula and in less than 3 hours from Adelaide… Read More Top 5 Coastal Towns for Summer Fun on Yorke Peninsula