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Yura Udnyu - Wilpena Pound Aboriginal Cultural Walk
"Join your experienced Yura guide at Wilpena Pound Resort for an entertaining and informative stroll from the Visitor Information Centre to Old Wilpena Station one of South Australia's oldest and best preserved pastoral settlements. Walk along Wilpena Creek past magnificent stands of river red gums with stunning views of Wilpena Pound in the distance. As you pass through the station gate you'll step back 150-ye native animals native bush-tucker which changes with the season the Yura culture and history and the bio-diversity from the perspective of the Adnyamathanha people. Wander among original buildings of a bygone pastoral era delving into the settlement history of the region. “Yura” is the name for Adnyamathanha people and “Udnyu” means white and this tour includes the intertwining histories of both cultures."
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Barossa Valley Wineries Tour with Tastings from Adelaide
"Start in the morning with pickup at your Adelaide hotel then leave the city behind as you drive into the Adelaide Hills aboard a deluxe minicoach. Disembark at your first stop of the day the Whispering Wall. One of South Australia’s more unusual attractions the wall is most famous for its incredible acoustics. Stand on either end of the wall which spans 500 feet (150 meters) and say something to someone standing on the opposite end. You'll be amazed at how sound travels. Continue to your first winery destination Chateau Yaldara. After a tasting of the chateau’s reds and whites
From AUD119.00
 
Barossa Valley Highlights from Adelaide or Barossa Valley Including Wine and Cheese Tasting
"Your day will start by one of our local guides collecting you from your Barossa Valley or Adelaide based accommodation. Your day will be a mixture of wine food sights and characters of the Barossa. There are so many wonderful places to showcase so your guide will adjust the itinerary according to group on board you will visit your first winery called Kalleske Wines. Kallekse Wines are a family owned winery located in the beautiful town of Greenock. Kalleske's specialize in Organic & Biodynamic wine and have been farming grapes since 1853. Then move including the view! Next your guide will take you to Jacobs Creek Visitor Centre where you will get the taste the famous wines or wonder through the centers history display. After Jacobs Creek taste the Award Winning Barossa Valley Cheese Company's produce. Barossa Valley Cheese Company located in the town of Angaston is an artisan producer sourcing milk from local dairy's. They offer a range of over 25 cheese some of which you will be able to food and wine your guide will then take you back to your Barossa or Adelaide accommodation. The day may vary slightly subject to availability but will consist of some wonderful highlights of the Barossa."
From AUD115.00

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MARITIME MUSEUM

This Museum adjoins the Whyalla visitor centre. As you would imagine, on display is exhibits and artifacts on World War Two Naval History, BHP Shipbuilding, Maritime Heritage, and some natural and...
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MT. LAURA HOMESTEAD MUSEUM

I was hoping to see this Museum, but as it turned out, we were here on a public holiday and it was closed. I had to view what I could from the outside. Mt Laura Homestead was built in 1922 as the...
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FLINDERS & FREYCINET LOOKOUT

This is another good lookout, and I just loved the stick figures of Flinders and Louis-Claude de Freycinet.In 1802 Matthew Flinders was the first European to navigate and chart this unknown coast of...
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THE LOADED DOG

THE LOADED DOG is a statue situated infront of the Whyalla Vetinerary Surgery. It was the principal Vet, "Dr. Andrew Melville-Smith," who come up with the idea.He employed Andy Scott from Glasgow,...
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ONESTEEL TOUR

This is a Steelworks Tour conducted by the Whyalla Visitor Centre which is best to be booked ahead of time.It is a chance to hear about the 100 years of Australian Iron and Steelmaking history, and...
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HUMMOCK HILL LOOKOUT

This is an EXCELLENT LOOKOUT that overlooks the eastern end of Whyalla.To reach here, follow the Brown Tourist signs, and then head up the sealed ONE WAY ROAD to the top of Hummock Hill for 360 degree...
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The shipping news

On the northern entrance to the city it's a bit hard not to that there's a ship out of water astride the Lincoln Highway. This marks the Whyalla Maritime Museum and a tourist information centre.The...
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Whyalla Visitor Centre

The Whyalla Visitor Centre is situated on Lincoln Highway at the norhern approach to Whyalla, next to the HMAS Whyalla.Apart from information on tourist attractions and accommodation, Steelworks tours...
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Iron Knob

It was the minerals around here that made Whyalla what it is today and one of the more prominent mounds left is that of Iron Knob.Though it's a few kilometres away it stands in stark contrast to the...
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The steelworks

One of the things we couldn't help but notice was that the wharf for the steelworks was near where we parked.This added to the noise inasmuch as we could hear the clanking of rolling stock from time...
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A fitting end to a great day

As we moved down the harbour Steve still had one more surprise for us. Lo and behold, right beside us a dolphin popped up. Awesome.Then, it got better. Turns out that the locals have tamed this wild...
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In the gulf - the big ones

The early start meant we had to be rugged up which fortunately we were. It's a long way out before the charter pulls up at the first reef, somewhere around an hour as I recall. Many of the reefs out...
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Why we went there

We (my mate Bob and I) went to Eyre Peninsula for the purpose of fishing. Whyalla wasn't on my original list. It only got there half way through the trip when we were having trouble chartering a boat....
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Steelworks Tour

You can go on a tour of the BHP (OneSteel) Steelworks, I'd rate it as the most insteresting thing to do in Whyalla. Part of the site is recliamed land (from the sea); among other things you get to see...
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99 Playford Avenue, Whyalla, Whyalla, SA, 5125, AU
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Watson Terrace, (formerly Derham's Foreshore Motor Inn), Whyalla, South Australia, 5600, Australia
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95 Playford Ave, Whyalla, 5600, Australia
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145 Lincoln Hwy & Cnr. Racecourse Rd., Whyalla, 5608, Australia
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Broadbent Terrace, P.O. Box 515, Whyalla, 5600, Australia
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3 Lincoln Highway, Whyalla, 5600, Australia
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"WHYALLA - WHERE THE OUTBACK MEETS THE SEA!"
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"Whyalla - industrial heart of the Eyre Peninsula"
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