With the river as its backyard, this property has everything needed for a relaxed river getaway. From the deck area that fronts right onto the river to the extra large open plan living area, River Vine can cater for up to two families. There are all the modern conveniences including a plasma television and DVD player, not to mention the river which is perfect for boating, water skiing, fishing or kayaking. Guests can put their favourite tunes on through the outdoor speakers and soak up the best of the Murray.
Yoredale Cottage Port Elliot
Ideal for a couple or two couples holidaying together, Yoredale Cottage Port Elliot offers a stylish retreat that’s situated in the heart of historic Port Elliot. With all the creature comforts including designer linen and furniture, a modern and fully equipped kitchen, private courtyard and plasma television, Yoredale Cottage is a haven of relaxation. When it’s time to explore, head out for a walk – not far from the cottage are antique shops, cafes, Horseshoe Bay and some excellent golf courses.
Dolphinview at Nautica
This luxury apartment comes with the guarantee of seeing dolphins from the balcony every day and can be used for short term or long term rent. With panoramic views of the Port River, city and Mount Lofty Ranges, the fifth floor apartment has two large bedrooms with the master bedroom also including an ensuite. Fully furnished with modern décor, Dolphinview at Nautica also gives guests exclusive access to the Newport Quays Club facilities including a pool, sauna, gym and spa.
Ashendens at Penneshaw
Nestled on a hillside with views of the sea, Ashendens at Penneshaw is a beach retreat on Kangaroo Island. Located close to the ferry, this property is an ideal base for exploring the wineries, art galleries, wildlife and beaches on the eastern end of the island. With a family-friendly beach just a short walk away and an expansive deck with views as far as the eye can see, Ashendens at Penneshaw provides an escape from everyday life.
NEW FOOD, WINE AND LIFESTYLE PRODUCTS
High Tea at Harry’s
For a sweet treat while in the Barossa, pop into the Novotel and experience the High Tea, new to Harry’s Restaurant. Enjoy savoury morsels and delicate desserts on a three-tiered stand accompanied with a glass of Barossa Valley Estate wine and a selection of tea. Only available on Tuesdays and until the end of the year, make a date at Harry’s for the latest High Tea experience.
The Elbow Room
New on the dining scene at McLaren Vale is The Elbow Room restaurant at the Producers of McLaren Vale. With a team led by former d’Arry’s Verandah chef, Nigel Rich, the restaurant focuses on produce from the farm and includes dishes such as cold smoked venison, steamed cuttlefish and roasted rhubarb and strawberry salad with lavender meringue. The floor to ceiling windows offer diners a spectacular view while the open fire makes things cosy in winter.
Jackie & David O’Reilly
When David and Jackie bought an old, run down orchard, their passion for eating and cooking fresh food took a serious turn. With the need for an income, they turned O’Reilly’s Orchard into a business and now grow and sell organic fruit and vegetables. “I think what we like most about what we do is the raw honesty,” Jackie says. “The kind of customers we have are all very honest people too”. With produce ranging from baby turnips and button squash to nectarines, melons and herbs, Jackie and David have their work cut out for them. “It’s a healthy environment and the tasks as varied due to the diversity of crops so we don’t stay on one job all day, which is good for us mentally and physically. When they occasionally get to go on a holiday, Jackie and David don’t have to go far. “We love hitting the road occasionally and it’s the nooks and crannies we like to explore; the Flinders Ranges are the most awesome, but we also love the Riverland and Coorong too,” Jackie says. Apart from selling their fresh produce, Jackie and David also welcome diners and treat them to dinner on the verandah. While they grow more than 30 different species of fruit and veg, the enterprising couple has their favourites. “David’s favourite are peaches and I think that’s close, but I do love the asparagus in spring,” Jackie admits.
Source = South Australian Tourism