Manor Estate Getaway

398 Saddlebags Road, Kangarilla, Kangarilla, South Australia, SA 5157, Australia

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  • Solo100
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  • I would never stay there ever again


    Terrible. The room we stayed in had cobwebs, dust, lots of millepede's and spiders. I purchased surface spray and used half a can trying to kill all the millepede's but no luck.
    on the second night there was a lady screaming through the hotel I couldn't hear what she was saying. It was 11pm at night an scary. I rang the owner and he said the couple up stairs were having some trouble. We didn't stay the third night we just went home early. Every time we got out of bed we had to wear shoes so we didn't step on any millepede's. There was no shower curtain and the shower head was terrible. No washing machine as quoted by It was the most unpleasant stay. It was not worth the $189 a night we paid. I would rather camp in a tent.

    Unique Quality: You could not get me back there if you paid me

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I believe if you were married when you applied for the visa you would be just asked to sign that your spouse would also abide by the same work/study location requirements. If you are recently married or married for less than 12 months you will need to prove the marriage is genuine and that you do/will live together.

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State Flag of South Australia

by xuessium

The South Australian state flag was created as a colonial flag - a British Blue Ensign with the badge of the colony added to the blue field. Upon Federation a simpler design than before was adopted. The 1904 design shows in heraldic form a local bird - what was called a Piping Shrike, a form of magpie. There has been some speculation that the stylisation of the bird was inspired by the Imperial German (and Austrian) heraldic eagle.

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by keeweechic

Due to the height of the hills, Adelaide is free from sleet and snow, and even during the wettest mid-year winter months, an overcoat and umbrella, is the only protection you will need from the elements. Adelaide's weather is mild with a cool 15 degrees Celsius (59F) average in July (mid winter) and 29 degrees C (84F) average over the summer period.

If you like wine at all, get to the Barossa Valley

by kooka3

The Barossa Valley is one of the most famous wine producing areas of Australia. It is also the most prolific -- 1/3 of all Aussie wines are made here.

There are 50+ wineries to visit, most of which are open to the public for tastings. Head out on the main highway and watch for winery signs. They are very well marked.

The Barossa Valley was originally settled by German immigrants, and you'll find that a lot of the wines reflect this - rieslings, gewurtraminiers, etc. You can check out the history of the immigrants and the area at the Barossa Historical Society Museum in Tanunda - (08) 8563-0507.

Jam Factory

by kelyeah about Jam Factory

Walk through the exhibition space, which is filled with work by local . Artwork on display is all for sale in a retail shop The store strives for perfection with most of the work clean line and design oriented.

The Jam Factory is open:
Mon: 9am – 5:30pm
Tue: 9am – 5:30pm
Wed: 9am – 5:30pm
Thu: 9am – 5:30pm
Fri: 9am – 5:30pm
Sat: 10am – 5pm
Sun: 1pm – 5pm Local artists--craft, sculpture, metalwork, ceramics and design. Prices range between $5.00AU to $1500.00AU.

What to Expect on the Road

by Diceman_

Firstly, there are a lot of traffic lights that have a nasty habit of turning yellow just before you reach them, meaning you have to wait a full cycle. During the daytime on a weekday most traffic lights you approach will be red but at night time most of them will be green, providing a lone car ahead doesn't activate the pressure sensor and switch the light to yellow just as you approach it...

Secondly, the on-road culture is a bit harsh (I asked my dad about this who said that things have deteriorated as more and more cars are added to the existing roads). The drivers tend to be polarised into two communities, those who I call "speed freaks" who dart around betweeen lanes, tailgate and speed off quickly, and the "slow coaches" who putter around at 10km/h under the speed limit and give no heed to their surroundings. Either alarming or frustrating.

Adelaide has no freeways leading into the city centre, a lot of main artierial roads are 4-lane (two in either direction) leading to heavy traffic during peak times and longer-than-expected journeys. Travelling the 12 km's betwen Glenelg and the city is no hassle (traffic lights aside) as it has 6 wide lanes (3 either way).

Keep in the left lane unless you intend to travel over the speed limit, be wary of going more than 10% over the speed limit (eg. 66Km/h for a 60km/h zone) on main roads as you can get caught by speed cameras, leading to fines over A$150.

On main roads, get into the leftmost or rightmost lanes well in advance of making a turn as a closely packed line of cars can form, meaning you either have to miss the turn or squeeze yourself in with only centimeters to spare.


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