Adelaide Off The Beaten Path

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  • 1. Adelaide Hills

    Our next stop on DAY TRIP 5 was the small town of Echunga. We are now 34kms from Adelaide, and in a small sleepy town, which was more alive back in 1852, when it became the first proclaimed goldfield...

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  • 2. Rural South Australia

    If you are with me on my tour, Day 8 from Adelaide, then you will be visiting Myponga, located 58kms from Adelaide in the Southern Adelaide Hills. Myponga has rich soil and you will see lots of...

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  • 3. City Centre

    Just as the traffic lights changed and it was my turn to cross the road I espied a brass plaque out of the corner of my eye. Not wanting to miss the green light I quickly opened my camera and snapped...

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  • 4. National / Conservation Parks

    Marino Conservation Park is located south of Glenelg in the suburb of Marino. It is a small rectanglular park with a lighthouse (off-limits), and superb views of Adelaide's coastline accessible by a...

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  • 5. Glenelg

    Glenelg goes off on a fri/saturday night. head to the pier... (turn right at the jetty and keep walking) for the classy/funk/club/restraunt hub... or just stick to good old jetty rd to witness...

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  • 6. Barossa Valley

    This is Australia's most well known wine growing region, with up to fifty wineries operating in the area. Situated only a half hours drive from Adelaide, with beautiful scenery along the way, and...

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  • 7. Hahndorf

    It's a quaint little town founded by German Lutheran settlers in the late 1830s in the highlands just outside of Adelaide. There are a few good cafes and restaurants here. Do bring a jacket along as...

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  • 8. Port Adelaide

    Visited Port Adelaide Markets and Maritime Museum, returned to car 5 minutes after parking ticket expired to find an EIGHTY EIGHT DOLLAR FINE stuck to windscreen by some "attendant" who had quickly...

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  • 9. Grampians National Park

    Visit the Grampian National Park. Is in Western Australia, 260 kilometres from Melbourne and 460 kilometres from Adelaide. The sandstone ranges of the Grampians were formed millions of years ago when...

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  • 10. Murray River

    I went on a paddle wheeler on The Murray River.The cruise was with Captain Cook cruises on the Paddle Steamer Murray Princess. We left Adelaide on a coach and went to a atown called Mannum, where we...

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  • 11. Whispering Wall

    One of the highest dam in Australia, the retaining dam of the Barossa Reservoir, is better known as the "Whispering Wall". The water comes from through a tunnel more than two kilometres through the...

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  • 12. Flinders Ranges

    Here is the Flinders Ranges nth of Adelaide. It's a truly amazing place This is a picture of Wilpena Pound, a natural amphitheatre. You can walk up it, taking in the breathtaking panoramic views.

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  • 13. Morialta Conservation Park

    Very close to the city of Adelaide, on the eastern side, at the base of the Adelaide foothills, is a beautiful little spot. This is Morialta Conservation Park. He you can spend the day, having a...

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  • 14. Kangaroo Island

    many people seem to head off to Kangaroo Island once they get to Adelaide. I didn't make it there, but it's a major centre for wildlife in the state, and it's a good place for spotting kangaroos,...

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  • 15. NORMANVILLE

    Our next stop on Day 8, is the pretty seaside town of Normanville.Normanville is a popular seaside town, so drove to the beach front car-park where we sat and...

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  • 16. DEQUETTEVILLE TERRACE - KENT TOWN - ADELAIDE

    Dequetteville Terrace still has a few nice buildings left, some of the older ones have been knocked down and new built.Prince Alfred College is one of them....

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  • 17. Warriparinga Wetlands & Cultural Centre

    These are on the south side of Adelaide, on the corner of Marion, South and Sturt roads at Bedford park, about 20mins from the city. As you walk along the...

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  • 18. HALLETT COVE

    Hallet Cove is a southern suburb of Adelaide, located by the sea. You don't need a car, it can be reached by train (noarlunga line to Marino or Hallet cove...

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  • 19. Westfield Marion

    Westfield Marion is a HUUUUGE shopping complex. When it was rebuilt they included a 30!!! cinema complex too. That makes it the largest single-built cinema...

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  • 20. Cycle the Torrens to Henly and Grange

    A lot of people who come to Australia want to see our different kinds of flora and fauna, they also almost always want to go to the beach. This idea combines...

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