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South Australian Tourism Industry Award Winners

Kelly Golding takes a look at some of the winners from the recent South Australian Tourism Awards. And we also look back on a few of our favourite stories from the past year.

The Tale of Moore's Department Store

Grant Cameron tells the tale of the Moore’s Department Store, a landmark building that rose from the ashes.

A Look Inside the SAHMRI Building

Briony Hume takes a look inside Adelaide’s latest architectural icon - the SAHMRI building on North Terrace.

Minlaton Chocolaterie and Orrie Cowie Farm Experience

Callum Hann checks out the local food scene on Yorke Peninsula, and spends some time with chocolatiers Jose and Leanne Milhano. And just further south, just outside Warooka, Callum also heads to Orrie Cowie, a working sheep property where visitors can

The Riverland's Woolshed Brewery

Pete Michell finds a refreshing place to relax in the Riverland at Wilkadene near Renmark. Here they offer luxury houseboat hire and cottage accommodation – and now they boast the Riverland’s first and only micro-brewery.

Garage Mahal

Pete Michell catches up with designer Jayde Deverson of the aptly named business ‘Garage Mahal’ – a man who is single-handedly transforming a growing number of very lucky garages around town.

Clare Valley Art Galleries

Briony spends the day exploring a collection of diverse art galleries dotted around the Clare Valley region.

The best of South Australian Homes

Following the recent 2011 Housing Awards Leigh McClusky takes a look at the current trends and innovations in home building in South Australia.

A Hereford Beefstouw: A New Danish Steakhouse

Briony Hume stops in at A Hereford Beefstouw, a new Restaurant in Hutt Street that’s Danish inspired but has a distinctly South Australian flavour.

Award Winning Hotels 2011

The Australian Hotels Association has just released this year's awards for excellence, Briony Hume takes a look at the winners.

Carrick Hill Storybook Trail and Special Exhibitions

Briony Hume discovers her inner child as she explores the Storybook Trail. With 40 hectares of garden and bushland the estate is a delight to explore, and best of all entry is free! From ‘The Hobbit’ to ‘Wind in the Willows’, th