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Heysen Trail - Fleurieu Peninsular | http://www.viewretreats.com/mclaren-vale-fleurieu-peninsula-luxury-accommodation #travel

Amazing walks and stunning scenery. This part of the trail is 40 mins south of Mulberry Lodge.

Travel bucket list experience - visiting the Barossa Valley Wine Region in South Australia

12 Ways to Experience the Natural Beauty of Barossa Valley & Adelaide Hills

I knew I’d leave the Barossa Valley in love with the wine. I wasn’t expecting to leave so in love with the natural beauty. Here are 12 ways to see it.

Jacob's Creek winery, Barossa Valley, South Australia

Just in case you feel lost! LOL Sign at Jacob's Creek winery, Barossa Valley, South Australia.

Mt Gambier, South Australia

The Blue Lake, Mount Gambier. From November till April the cobalt blue of the water seen here is, amazingly, the actual colour of this stunning South Australian Volcanic Lake. For the remaining months of the year the water is a steel grey colour.

fermentAsian - Modern Southeast Asian Cuisine, Tanunda in the Barossa Valley, South Australia

fermentAsian - Modern Southeast Asian Cuisine, Tanunda in the Barossa Valley, South Australia

The Blue Lake in Mt Gambia, South Australia. They say it holds as much water as Sydney Harbour does. http://whytaboo.com.au/

The Blue Lake in Mt Gambia, South Australia. They say it holds as much water as Sydney Harbour does.

The Whispering Wall in the Barossa Valley, Adelaide - South Australia. This was the coolest place!! My only memory of visiting Australia as a kid,

The Whispering Wall in the Barossa Valley, Adelaide - South Australia. This was the coolest place! My only memory of visiting Australia as a kid,

Adelaide Hills South Australia

Think you have see Adelaide from all the sights? Watch the sunrise from a hot air balloon in the Adelaide Hills South Australia

Port Augusta to Whyalla, South Australia..........travelled along this road lots of times - don't EVER remember it this green !!!!

Port Augusta to Whyalla, South Australia.travelled along this road lots of times - don't EVER remember it this green !

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