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Illuminart at Wallaroo Silos | Port to Port SALA Festival | 16 Aug 2019

[ August 16, 2019; ]
Illuminart at Wallaroo Silos
On Friday 16 August 2019, Wallaroo and the Copper Coast will feature as part of Illuminart’s ‘Port to Port’ SALA Festival projection tour.
The show is called ‘Port to Port’ and comprises content about stories of the South Australian ports, mosquito fleet and great grain race.  The projection show will also include local artists […]

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Yorketown Playground | Weaners Flat Reserve, Yorke Peninsula | Review

Yorketown Playground. A riot of colour and fun!
by Katrina Gogel
Yorketown is one of Southern Yorke Peninsulas picturesque inland towns, and the hub of the SYP. If you’re travelling the region anytime soon be sure to call in and check out the towns fantastic local services and wonderful playground. Your kids will thank you for it!
Arriving […]

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Victoria Square, Kadina | Yorke Peninsula | Playground Review

Victoria Square, Kadina. Is this Yorke Peninsula’s best playground?
by Katrina Gogel
If you find yourself visiting the top of the Yorke Peninsula anytime soon be sure to make a pit stop at the Copper Coast town of Kadina, and visit the wonderful Victoria Square.
A green oasis in the heart of town, Victoria Square celebrates the history […]

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Colour Up Karoonda

Colour Up Karoonda | Silo Art Launch | 16 Jun 2019

[ June 16, 2019; 2:00 pm to 9:00 pm. ]
Colour Up Karoonda
Colour Up Karoonda is a FREE family-fun afternoon/evening with live country music, a festival/street party, family entertainment, food, street market and the highlight event – the launch of the Karoonda silo art.
The Mallee town of Karoonda takes silo art to a new high this June in an Australian first to turn the town’s […]

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SA Truck and Ute Show | Mannum | 9 Jun 2019

[ June 9, 2019; 10:00 am to 4:00 pm. ]
South Australian Truck & Ute Show 2019
If you have always been in awe of those big trucks as you travel next to them along the freeway, then Mannum is the place to be on Sunday 9 June 2019.

Mannum’s main streetscape will become one massive trucking garage where you will see polished prime movers, trucks and […]

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See Glow in the Dark Ghost Mushrooms | Mount Gambier | May & June 2019

Photo credit:@andrew__burston (via IG)
Ghost Mushroom Lane | Now Open
The 2019 Ghost Mushroom season has started at Ghost Mushroom Lane in Glencoe.
ForestrySA is pleased to offer you the chance to experience the brilliant glow first hand – free of charge! The Ghost Mushroom (Omphalotus nidiformis) is a bioluminescent fungus that emits a soft green glow at night. […]

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Michael Griffiths: By Request | Edithburgh Institute | 29 Jun 2019

[ June 29, 2019; 7:30 pm; ]
Michael Griffiths: By Request comes to the heritage Edithburgh Institute for one night only on 29 June 2019.
Helpmann Award winner Michael Griffiths is one of Australia’s finest performers. His one-man cabaret shows In Vogue: Songs By Madonna, Sweet Dreams: Songs By Annie Lennox, Adolescent and Cole have received critical acclaim. He has delighted audiences across […]

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RSPCA Million Paws Walk | Victoria Park | 19 May 2019

[ May 19, 2019; 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. ]
RSPCA Million Paws Walk 2019
Join the RSPCA for their South Australian flagship walk in Adelaide at the NEW location – Victoria Park.

It’s set to be another amazing day because 5,000 people and their dogs will walk the two or four kilometres course for animals in need.

After the walk, enjoy a village style atmosphere showcasing everything […]

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Barossa Valley Chocolate Company | Tanunda

Barossa Valley Chocolate Company
Located in the heart of the Barossa Valley just outside of Tanunda, the Barossa Valley Chocolate Company is the newest tourist attraction to call the wine region home.
There is something for everyone to enjoy, from watching chocolatiers making the artisan, handmade chocolate through the huge viewing windows in the retail area, to […]

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Bike SA Easter Cycle | Moonta | 19-22 Apr 2019

[ April 19, 2019 to April 22, 2019. ]
Bike SA’s Easter Cycle
Bike SA’s Easter Cycle has plenty in the program to keep the entire mob occupied all long-weekend.
The Easter Cycle is a fully catered camping adventure which includes something for everyone; long day-trips chasing the horizon for committed roadies, off road rides and little loops for tackers on training wheels – as well […]

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Silo Art Trail South Australia

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Follow the Silo Art Trail in South Australia
If you happen to be taking a country drive around South Australia, make sure you keep your eyes open for some of the incredible artwork gracing our rural silos.
These amazing artworks have been created by a variety of talented artists from interstate and overseas who have […]

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Fringe On Tour | Adelaide Fringe | Feb – Apr 2019

[ February 16, 2019; February 21, 2019 to February 24, 2019. March 1, 2019 to March 3, 2019. March 8, 2019; March 16, 2019 to March 17, 2019. March 22, 2019 to March 31, 2019. April 19, 2019 to April 21, 2019. ]
Fringe On Tour
Each year, Adelaide Fringe hits the road to bring a taste of Fringe to your neighbourhood.  And this year is no different as they hit the streets in 10 amazing locations.  From Murray Bridge and Whyalla to Mount Gambier and Port Augusta, an assortment of entertainers will be performing, including live music, circus performers, […]

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Free Inflatable ObstAcool Course | Splash | Murray Bridge | 21-25 Jan 2019

[ January 21, 2019; ]
Free Inflatable ObstAcool Course
EDITOR’S NOTE: OBSTACOOL has moved dates due to the hot weather! OBSTACOOL will run from Thursday 17th to Sunday 20th (10am – 4pm each day).  It’s FREE – No booking requried.
The kids will go wild for the FREE inflatable ObstAcool course at the upcoming Splash Festival in Murray Bridge. It features a […]

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Waikerie Water & Nature Play Park | Official Opening | 22 Dec 2018

[ December 22, 2018; ]
Official Opening of Waikerie Water & Nature Play Park
Help celebrate the opening of Waikerie’s new Water & Nature Play Park.
On Saturday 22 December 2018 the park will be officially opened.  There will be a free sausage sizzle and visitors will be the first to try out the park.  Bring the family and explore the new surroundings […]

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Splash! Slip ‘N’ Dip | Murray Bridge | 1-28 Jan 2019

[ January 1, 2019 to January 21, 2019. January 25, 2019 to January 28, 2019. ]
Splash! Slip ‘N’ Dip
EDITOR”S NOTE: SPLASH UPDATE – NATURE PLAY HAS BEEN CANCELLED TUESDAY 22ND / WEDNESDAY 23RD AND THURSDAY 24TH DUE TO FORECAST TEMPERATURE BEING 40 DEGREES AND OVER.
Celebrate Summer on the Murray River during January with a one hour pass on the ‘Slip ‘N’ Dip’ at Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge.
This water-based adventure playground will […]

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Loxton Lights Festival & Light Up Loxton Day | 24 Nov – 31 Dec 2018

[ November 24, 2018 to December 31, 2018. ]
Loxton Lights Festival
Christmas is a magical time, full of enchantment, celebration and family. Now in its 27th year, the Loxton Lights Festival will once again showcase the joyous festive season for locals and visitors alike.
An enormous Christmas tree dazzles in the heart of town and from there, large clusters of residential streets feature homes adorned […]

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New Silo Art in Wirrabara | 24 Oct 2018

[ October 24, 2018; 5:10 pm; ]
New Silo Art in Wirrabara completed 24 October 2018
This amazing new silo artwork took Australian artist Smug three weeks from start to finish.
This latest addition to the silo art trail, in Wirrabara, was finished just this week by Australian artist Smug aka Sam Bates. You can see some of the progress pics below. We think […]

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Splash Town Water Park Season | Moonta Bay | 2018-2019

Splash Town 2018/19 Season
Splash Town in Moonta Bay is situated just near the playground on the foreshore at Moonta Bay, right near the Moonta Bay Caravan Park. It’s a FREE water park open to the public.
Season Dates: Saturday 29 September 2018 – Sunday 28 April 2019

SA School Holidays, Weekends and Public Holidays (closed Christmas Day). 

Open 12 […]

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Roy Marten Reserve Playground | Taperoo | City of Port Adelaide Enfield | Review

Roy Marten Reserve Playground at Taperoo (near Port Adelaide)
Military Road & Wandana Terrace, Taperoo (car park and entrance on Military Road)
Review by Baby and Toddler Destinations Adelaide and Play & Go Adelaide
The Roy Marten Reserve, near Port Adelaide, has just had a $3.7M redevelopment and the new play space has officially opened in August 2018. The […]

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SA Variety Bash | Adelaide to Port Lincoln | 11-18 Aug 2018

[ August 11, 2018 to August 18, 2018. ]
SA Variety Bash 2018 – Adelaide to Port Lincoln
2018 celebrates the 30th anniversary of the SA Bash, departing from Adelaide on Saturday 11 August 2018 and finishing eight days later on 18 August 2018 in Port Lincoln.
The Variety Bash was created in 1985 by adventurer Dick Smith when he took a group of friends for a […]

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Fat Tyre Festival | Melrose | 8-10 Jun 2018

[ June 8, 2018 to June 10, 2018. ]
Fat Tyre Festival 2018
The Melrose Fat Tyre Festival is all about bringing the family to the gateway of the Flinders Ranges for four days of mountain biking, food, music and entertainment, all enjoyed in the fresh air and under the gaze of the beautiful Mt Remarkable.
Each year mountain bike devotees flock to this annual family […]

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Road Trip | Adelaide to Melbourne via the Great Ocean Road | Adelaide to Warrnambool | Review

Road trip from Adelaide to Melbourne via the Great Ocean Road
The trip from Adelaide to Melbourne takes around 8 hours if you go the inland route. Or you can take the scenic route via the Great Ocean Road – it’ll take you a lot longer and you’ll probably want to break the trip up by staying […]

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Big Bad Wolf | Windmill Theatre Co | 7-21 Nov 2018

Big Bad Wolf presented by Windmill Theatre Co
He’s the most misunderstood character in fairytale history. Put simply he has no friends. But then he does have incredibly sharp teeth, yellow eyes and his own ideas about personal hygiene, and he is the infamous Big Bad Wolf after all. No one likes him.
Luckily one girl is […]

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I Choose SA Farmers’ Market Weekend | 24 & 25 Feb 2018

[ February 24, 2018 to February 25, 2018. ]
I Choose SA Farmers’ Market Weekend in South Australia
The I Choose SA Farmers’ Market Weekend is back again on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 February.
SA produce is some of the best in the world, and when you choose SA you’re supporting everyone who puts their time into making and growing these products locally. The SA […]

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Netafim Waikerie Australia Day Event | 27 Jan 2018

[ January 27, 2018; 6:00 pm; ]
Don’t miss all the action at the 2018 Netafim Waikerie Australia Day Event
2018 is set to be a huge year for this event with motocross riders from Factory fmx performing jumps and flips for the crowd, including Fast and the Furious stunt rider Luke McNeill who will headline the main performance.
Enjoy a great family night […]

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Loxton Playground

Loxton Pioneer Playground | Riverland, South Australia | Review

Loxton Pioneer Playground – Riverland, South Australia
Playground Review
If you are in the Riverland, it’s worth making a stop at one of the best playgrounds in South Australia. In the little town of Loxton on the Murray River, you’ll find this gem – the Loxton Pioneer Playground, which was opened in February 2015.  It’s full of […]

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Loxton Lights Festival | 25 Nov – 31 Dec 2017

[ November 25, 2017 6:00 pm to December 31, 2017 6:00 pm. ]

Loxton Lights Festival 2017
Loxton shines during this joyous festival with thousands of twinkling fairy lights, bright colourful banners, sparkling garlands and tinsel to create a magic spectacle. An enormous Christmas tree dazzles in the heart of town and from there, large clusters of residential streets feature homes adorned with over 350 illuminated Christmas scenes, paintings […]

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Grug and the Rainbow | Presented by Windmill Theatre | 25 Oct – 10 Nov 2017

[ November 10, 2017; 10:00 am; 12:30 pm; ]
Grug and the Rainbow – more stories based on the much loved picture book character created by Ted Prior.
From Broadway to Burnie, Brisbane Festival to the beach at Warrnambool, Grug and the gang have gone far and wide in 2017.

Now after two months on the road across Tasmania, Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, Grug […]

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Keith Playground | Family Road Trip Stop When Driving Between Adelaide and Melbourne | Review

Keith Playground
The Adelaide to Melbourne drive is a long one with around eight hours of driving. However if you break it up with a few fun stops it’s actually a pretty good road trip for families.
One of the favourite stops along the way is the Keith Playground. The reason why? It’s because of this classic […]

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New Waterpark | Discovery Parks – Lake Bonney | Summer 2017

A new waterpark is set to be built at Discovery Parks at Lake Bonney in Barmera, South Australia
With it set to be a glorious summer in South Australia, families will be excited to hear that there’s a new waterpark in town! Thanks to Adelaide-based Discovery Parks, locals and travellers alike can now look forward to […]

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START on Tour | Port Augusta & Roxby Downs | 14 & 16 Sept 2017

[ September 14, 2017; 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. September 16, 2017; 8:00 am to 12:00 pm. ]
START on Tour – Port Augusta & Roxby Downs
The Art Gallery of South Australia’s popular program for children and families, START at the Gallery, hits the road heading to Port Augusta and Roxby Downs as part of TARNANTHI: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art.

Suitable for kids aged 3 to 12 years, the […]

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Dirt Wars Survivor | Barmera | 3 Sep 2017

[ September 3, 2017; ]
Dirt Wars Survivor Obstacle Course
Dirt Wars Survivor at the Loveday 4×4 Adventure Park near Barmera in South Australia on Sunday, 3 September 2017 is an event designed for those who want to get fit and be physically challenged.

This is a challenging circuit through a 9km obstacle course with over 100 obstacles, which focuses on fun, […]

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Mount Remarkable | Nature Play SA Park of the Month | Jun 2017

[ June 10, 2017 to June 12, 2017. ]
Mount Remarkable – Nature Play Park of the Month June 2017
Nature Play SA and National Parks SA have joined together to provide a range of fun & free events to be held at various locations within the magnificent Mt Remarkable National Park throughout the month of June. Whether you are camping or live locally, come […]

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Waikerie Santa’s Cave | Nov – Dec 2017

The community of Waikerie created Santa’s Cave in 1996 to celebrate the spirit of Christmas.
The Waikerie Institute every year is transformed into a wonderland full of colourful Christmas displays, thousands of fairy lights, Christmas trees, the Nativity and lots of baubles that sparkle and shine.
Santa officially takes up residence in the Cave after the Waikerie […]

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Penola & Coonawarra Arts Festival | 18-21 May 2017

[ May 18, 2017 to May 21, 2017. ]
The award winning Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival will be celebrating it’s 26th year in 2017.
The Penola Coonawarra Arts Festival is made up of live performances, workshops, competitions, exhibitions, family art activities, Coonawarra wineries and local food producers.  2017 will see the festival attract major events and exhibitions appealing to a broad audience making it one […]

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Wateroo floating pontoon at Wallaroo | Copper Coast’s latest free water attraction

Wateroo is the Copper Coast’s latest FREE attraction, officially opened on 3 April 2017. It’s a huge floating pontoon area within the safety of shark proof netting.
The facility is made of two parts; the pontoon and the attenuators.
The attenuators (the 3 large black pipes) hold the nets and create a large safe swimming area. The […]

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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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BlenheimFest Music & Camping Festival | Watervale | 13 – 14 Apr 2017

[ April 13, 2017; 3:00 pm; April 14, 2017; 10:00 am; ]
BlenheimFest 2017
Hillside camping in the heart of the Clare Valley, amidst rolling hills, luscious vineyards and drystone walls…..the warm setting sun, plenty of cold beer….all in the shadow of a lovingly restored, 150 year old bluestone building!
What could possibly make this sound any better… if you were thinking 20+ amazing international, interstate and local SA […]

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Afternoon Delights at Shottesbrooke | 16 Apr 2017

[ April 16, 2017; 11:00 am; ]
Afternoon delights at Shootesbrooke
Want live music? Want food trucks? Want wine? Want something fun to do on Easter Sunday?
A little bit of Easter magic – Afternoon Delights – is back in McLaren Vale over the long weekend!
Be entertained by local folk and roots twosome, The Timbers Duo. Iconic Adelaide food trucks Feisty Filomena and Delectaballs will […]

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Macclesfield Gravity Festival | 8 & 9 Apr 2017

[ April 8, 2017 to April 9, 2017. ]
Macclesfield Gravity Festival
Testing the Gravity in Macclesfield with a gravity-powered go-kart race

There have been reports of strange, unexplainable things occurring around Macclesfield recently.Newly erected shelves falling down, washing falling from clothes lines, bathroom scales refusing to show weight loss. On Saturday night a person even stepped from a local pub and mysteriously fell to the […]

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