Things You To Do Before Moving Into A New House

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Moving into a new home can be quite an exciting thing to do as new things always are. However, this is something that is going to have a profound impact on your life so you need to make sure that everything is perfect. There are certain things that are better done before you move in […]
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Joe’s Kiosk – Coffee with a View!

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  • On December 5, 2018
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Description John: Hello everyone-especially the coffee drinkers because today I want to tempt you to come down to beautiful Henley Beach to try some of the best coffee going around and served by one of the most friendliest blokes you’ll ever meet but wait there’s more…how about we throw in some stunning art work by […]
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Food & Wine in Adelaide

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It’s no secret that we produce great food and wine here in South Australia and on SALife TV we’ll keep you up to date with the latest innovations and venues to tempt your tastebuds and your palette. Rosa Matto shares her clever cooking tips and much-loved recipes. Be inspired to whip up Rosa’s tasty dishes, […]
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The Mount Lofty Botanic Gardens

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Description You know we’re so lucky here in SA we get clear cold days, and it’s very easy to stay inside by the fire but why not think of putting a jacket and scarf on and go for a walk. One of my favourite walks is a real rare gem; it’s the Mount Lofty Botanic […]
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Colourful Gardens Without Flowers

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Description Michael: You know we’re lucky here in South Australia gardeners have 4 distinct seasons… the excitement of spring the struggle through summer the beauty of autumn and in winter you notice plants that you’ve never noticed throughout the year and you know how I love stickybeaking into people’s gardens. Today I’m at Casuarina in […]
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O’Reilly’s Organic Orchard

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Description Tucked away down the end of an unsealed road in the Southern Flinders is a hidden gem which I had been told was well worth checking out. A small rural holding, home to Jackie and David O’Reilly. Michael: Jackie this is quite interesting, you’re in the middle of a pine forest in this orchard, […]
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The William Creek Hotel

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Description It’s halfway along the Oodnadatta track, the smallest town in Outback Australia, but William Creek is pretty comfortable with that. The place has a good dose of history, as any galah could tell you. Pet-friendly, too… in fact, Pig the dog’s in charge of the pub. And no-one here seems too hung up on […]
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Merna Mora Station

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Description Getting off the beaten track in the SA outback can often mean a camping or caravan trip but if you really want to get a feel for the lives of the people who live and work out here then a station stay is a fantastic holiday option. Merna Mora is a 250 square mile […]
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Our Barrages

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Description It’s a sight that rekindles the romance of a simpler life on the River…an armada of historic wooden vessels and paddle steamers, all doing their bit to keep the stories and the memories of the pioneering days of the Murray afloat. Many of them were there just over 70 years ago when the personality […]
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Snuba Down South!

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Description Ben: I have fallen in love with the water, it’s changed my life. I’ve been diving for over 15 years, going underwater I guess is just like entering a dream. It’s an experience that puts us into a world that we were never meant to be in, and we can stay under and breathe […]
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