The southern City of Adelaide long held a reputation as the “City of Churches” and the gateway to the surrounding wine regions. A quiet graceful old city, a little like the elderly great aunt we would visit many years ago. It seemed a little boring in comparison to her “cooler” sisters Sydney and Melbourne….
No road trip to South Australia is complete without visiting their excellent wineries to sample the local produce
There is more to Penola than just wine. Explore a rich history which includes St Mary MacKillop, Australia’s first saint.
Our tour around the South Australian Limestone Coast brought us to the city of Mount Gambier, midway between Adelaide an Melbourne and famous for its crater lakes
The rural town of Millicent was a great base to explore the South Australian Limestone Coast and the Coonawarra wineries.
Our trip along South Australia’s rugged Limestone Coast brought us to the popular seaside resort of Robe and an iconic landmark which is slowly disappearing.
The dramatic coastal landscape, long sandy beaches and turqoise waters and nearby Canunda National Park make Southend in South Australia a great place to unwind in nature
Dramatic coastal rock formations along the windswept Southern Ocean, rolling sand dunes and historic coastal towns make the South Australian Limestone Coast an area well worth exploring.
Visiting Robe, Mount Gambier and the Coonawarra wineries on the coast of South Australia