Destinations

City of Charles Sturt
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The City of Charles Sturt is home to more than 110,000 people from over 105 diverse cultures and backgrounds.

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The City of Charles Sturt was proclaimed on 1 January 1997 as a result of the amalgamation of the former City of Hindmarsh Woodville and the City of Henley and Grange.

The City is situated west of the Central Business District of Adelaide, South Australia extending to the coast with a population of approximately 110,000.

Phone:
(08) 8408 1111
Address:
72 Woodville Road, Woodville SA, 5011
SeaLink
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Kangaroo Island SeaLink was established in 1989 when it purchased the ferry operations of Philanderer Ferries that connected the South Australian mainland to Kangaroo Island.

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Kangaroo Island SeaLink was established in 1989 when it purchased the ferry operations of Philanderer Ferries that connected the South Australian mainland to Kangaroo Island.

What was then mainly a single ferry business has now grown into a successful enterprise operating under the name of the SeaLink Travel Group and is not just transport businesses in Australia, but has also built a significant tourism operation as a coach tour operator, travel wholesaler and retail travel business.

The business started with just one twin-hulled catamaran and has now grown to be the largest marine transport company in Australia, transporting over 8 million customers, around 14 Australian destinations each year.

Phone:
+61 8 8202 8688
Address:
Level 3, 26 Flinders Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Argo on the Parade
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A place to relax on the Parade and enjoy a great meal or coffee with cooks, sandwich makers and baristas that pride themselves on making each visit to Argo a culinary delight!

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A place to relax on the Parade and enjoy a great meal or coffee with cooks, sandwich makers and baristas that pride themselves on making each visit to Argo a culinary delight!

Phone:
(08) 8431 1387
Address:
212 The Parade Norwood Adelaide, South Australia 5067
Destination Riverland
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South Australia’s beautiful Riverland region stretches from Blanchetown to the Border. There’s more than 330 kms of Murray River to enjoy and, just like the river itself, the days can be long and lazy, yet packed with as little or as much as you want. So, whether you’re on the river, or nearby, why not dip a toe and discover all this incredible region has to offer.

The Murray River is the heart and soul of the Riverland and central to most activities. Water enthusiasts including skiers, wake boarders, paddle boarders and jetskiers will be rapt with how broad the Murray can be in many parts of the Riverland. For those who like their River time at a slower pace, cruising is the way to go, whether it’s lazing on a houseboat or stepping back in time on board a century old paddle steamer. You might prefer a day on the water cruising the river and taking in its charms while enjoying some local refreshments. Then again, maybe canoeing the river, picturesque creeks, and backwaters is more your thing? Or, why not hire a boat and some fishing gear and try your luck? Back on shore, River time options abound with exquisite food, regional produce, wine, and wine-alternative experiences like sampling a local ale, or an award-winning spirit. There’s also clifftop walks with stunning views, lock visits, ferry rides, and plenty of playgrounds and kids activities. Twitchers and nature lovers can rejoice because the Riverland is one of the best places in South Australia to camp and see an enormous variety of native plants and wildlife. If you’re into golf, there are six beautiful courses dotted throughout the Riverland where you might see the odd kangaroo hopping past on the fairways or while you’re teeing off. And if you’re looking to stay a few days, there are a multitude of accommodation options throughout the Riverland. Whatever your taste or age, bring your family and friends and experience ‘River time ’. #rivertime #myriverland

Phone:
(08) 8582 2003
Address:
23 Wilson Street Berri, SA, 5343
Seppeltsfield
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With a proud and priceless legacy dating back to 1851, Seppeltsfield is Australia’s iconic wine estate.

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Seppeltsfield was established in the Barossa Valley by Joseph & Johanna Seppelt just 15 years after the European settlement of South Australia. Steeped in rich Barossan heritage, the estate is considered a true national treasure which helped shape the history of the Australian wine industry.

The Seppeltsfield property encompasses over 420 acres of ancient vineyard, gardens and heritage-listed architecture. A vibrant Barossa community of wine, food & art awaits visitors, highlighted by a multi-award winning Cellar Door, FINO Restaurant and JamFactory Contemporary Art & Design studios.

The Seppeltsfield Cellar Door is located in the redeveloped 1900 Seppelt Bottling Hall, showcasing a world-class blend of historical and contemporary architecture.

The Cellar Door allows for an intimate wine tasting experience, through four separate circular alcoves known as ‘pods’. Here, our passionate hosts will guide you through a wine tasting menu, whilst also assisting you with local recommendations on how to enjoy your Barossa visit.

Phone:
08 8568 6217
Fax:
08 8562 8333
Address:
730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield, Barossa Valley, SA, 5355
Visit Henley Beach
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Visit Henley Beach

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Fabulous beachside suburb, just 15 minutes from Adelaide. Restaurants and cafes, speciality stores and everyday shopping, beautiful, safe beach, jetty, and the most amazing sunsets!

Phone:
0418 891 901
Address:
Seaview Road, Henley Beach, South Australia, Australia
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