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Archive for March, 2011

For those of you who read my blog regularly will have noticed a gap in time! It is because we have been staying with Wwoofing hosts Angie and Leon on their farm. Wwoofing is an acronym for Willing Workers on Organic Farms and we signed up to be Wwoofers not long after we left Phillip […]

Adelaide Fringe Festival 2011 was a spectacular affair and was well worth the visit into Adelaide to see it. We went in while the Adelaide Street Theatre Festival was running and spent most of our time watching these side events. The Garden Of Extraordinary Delights was the main centre and focus of the festival and […]

Based out on the Fleur Peninsula and winner of the Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism Award is the Alexandrina Cheese Company. From their 80 Jersey cows they produce their own range of delicious cheeses. They make all their cheeses onsite which means the best days to visit are Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays as you can see through […]

Being in South Australia and especially since we are currently staying up above McLaren Valley we thought we should embark on a few tastings. ¬†With over 200 Cellar Doors in this region of South Australia, everywhere you go there are vineyards. ¬†With the current crop about to be picked there is a big buzz in […]

On the Fleurieu Way, Victor Harbor is a must on the places to stop and enjoy this part of South Australia. Encounter Bay is home to Granite Island which is connected to Victor Harbor by a 600 meter causeway. A Clydesdale-drawn tram has gone between the mainland and the island, ferrying many tourists who don’t […]

Winding along the South Australia coastline just south of Adelaide is the the Fleurieu Way. The Fleurieu Peninsula has many highlights including the wineries and seaside towns. Emily and I took a couple of days to drive through this scenic countryside and visit some of the attractions along the way. We stopped overnight at Waitpinga […]