“Where else in Australia can you find an old German
village filled with the best wine, cheese, chocolate,
smoked meats, seafood, handmade leather products,
shoes, jewellery, art, butchers, bakers and
candlestick makers?” Mr Duffield says.
“If you’re wanting a slice of European culture with some great boutique food, it’s easy to recommend and very close to Adelaide, so accessibility isn’t a problem either.”