Next time on SA Life
Next Show - Sunday 26th May 2013 - We’re down on the Fabulous Fleurieu Peninsula with stories from the past, along the coast, from the farms and among the vines!
With more than 60 cellar doors, McLaren Vale offers visitors so much to choose from that it’s sometimes hard to know where to head to first. If you’re short of time you might like to try this idea: one day, one road, six very different experiences. Briony Hume spends the day exploring the McMurtrie Mile.
One of South Australia’s most favourite family playgrounds, Victor Harbor even hosted Australian Grand Prix with seventy thousand people turning up to watch the race in 1936. Whales were the drawcard for the earliest Europeans in this region and today, Whales are a major attraction for tourists. Grant Cameron looks back on the fascinating history of the Fleurieu Peninsula and brings to light some wonderful old film of holidays past.
Callum Hann meets the real Jersey Girls of Myponga! Thanks to Fleurieu’s mild climate - the grass there is green and just perfect for dairy farming. Callum spends the day at the Fleurieu Milk Company and even takes his turn to milk a cow.
Much to the delight of holidaymakers and locals little pockets of south coast style are popping up all over the Fleurieu Peninsula. Kelly Golding spends a pleasurable day meandering through some of the Fleurieu’s stylish shops and galleries including an award-winning South Coast Cellar Door.
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