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Guido van Helten Coonalpyn silo artwork

Coonalpyn Silos Art – breathing life into a South Australian country town

Photo by Guido van Helten
Coonalpyn is now the home of a huge 30 metre artwork by internationally acclaimed street artist Guido van Helten.
The Viterra grain silos are fast becoming one of the most photographed artworks in Australia with many of the thousands of travellers on the Dukes Highway stopping their cars to take a look […]

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Easter at Naracoorte Caves | 25 – 28 Mar 2016

Easter at Naracoorte Caves

Spend your Easter long weekend exploring Naracoorte Caves. Extra tour times over the four days have been added, plus they have included night bat tours so you can get a glimpse of the night life of the Southern Bent-winged Bats.
The Naracoorte Caves are part of the 800,000 year old Naracoorte East Range. They are World […]

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RoofClimb Adelaide Oval | opening 6 April 2016

Take on the Icon with RoofClimb Adelaide Oval!
RoofClimb Adelaide Oval will open in early April 2016 – providing access to the Oval’s unique roofline.
Travelling from the Western Stand to the Riverbank Stand on a purpose-built path, RoofClimb Adelaide Oval will offer breathtaking views and a unique perspective of the city of Adelaide and it’s surrounds. Highlights […]

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Adelaide’s Top Tourist Attractions for Families

Adelaide’s Top Tourist Attractions for Families
From the scenic hills down to the beaches below, South Australia offers an endless supply of things to do each and every day of the year. The list is always evolving, but there are firm favourites that keep both locals and visitors returning for more.
Our state’s tourist attractions are an […]

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