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Norwood Parade
Adelaide CBD
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O'Connell Street
Adelaide CBD
O'Connell Street is a wide boulevard in North Adelaide, just minutes from the Adelaide city centre, and is a hub of more than 40 restaurants, cafes, pubs and boutiques.
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One Planet Cellars
Hahndorf
One Planet Cellars is a boutique cellar door nestled in the heart of the Adelaide Hills, South Australia, on the main street of Hahndorf. The stone cottage cellar door, built in 1845, is a stunning representation of old world meets new. Rustic, intimate and relaxed. One Planet Cellar is perfect for tasting and experiencing the premium wines on offer. Visitors will taste the world class regional wines of Rockbare and Alta Vineyards, along with the environmentally friendly One Planet range. Peruse the array of stunning books, organic giftware and gourmet produce for sale, enjoy fresh Lavazza coffee with locally made cakes and muffins or sit and relax with a glass of wine and one of our provincially inspired food platters.
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Oxenberry Wines
Mclaren Vale
Oxenberry wines is a small winemaking operation by McLaren Vale born and bred winemaking duo, the Scarpantoni brothers, and is based at the historic site of McLaren Vale's first settlers in 1840, Oxenberry Farm.
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Penny's Hill and Mr. Riggs Cellars
Mclaren Vale
Whether it's to gaze, to graze or just laze, the Penny's Hill and Mr. Riggs Cellars Complex offers visitors many an option.
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Port Dock Brewery Hotel
Adelaide CBD
The Port Dock entered South Australian hotel history on June 19, 1855, when its licence was proclaimed, along with 15 other new hotels in the rapidly developing colony. Port Adelaide already was a thriving port and refreshments were in great demand. In 1883 the original hotel was rebuilt.
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Red Ochre Grill
Adelaide CBD
The Red Ochre Grill is internationally recognised as the definitive leader in contemporary Australian cuisine. It prides itself on promoting Australian produce and indigenous ingredients.
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Red Poles
Mclaren Vale
Situated in the middle of a vineyard, and on a tourist drive, Red Poles is the ideal location to spend a casual lunch, a lazy afternoon or a short holiday.
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Riverside and Shiki Restaurants
Adelaide CBD
Our award-winning Riverside Restaurant is perfect for a casual yet elegant dining experience. Chef de Cuisine, Frederic Boussard focuses on using fresh seasonal produce, sourced from local suppliers and showcased in dishes inspired by regions around the world.
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Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron
Adelaide CBD
The Royal South Australian Yacht Squadron has a strong heritage in keelboat racing, conducting mid-week twilight racing in the summer and weekend racing throughout the year.
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