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Anlaby Station
Kapunda
Anlaby is one of Australia's great homesteads and one of the first grand rural properties of South Australia. Settled in 1839 by Frederick Dutton, it reached its heyday in the Edwardian era when it also hosted the Prince of Wales.
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Categories: Farming, Food and Produce; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings; Parks and Gardens;
Annies Lane
Watervale
At the heart of Watervale, in the Clare Valley
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Categories: Wineries, Vineyards and Breweries;
Artisans Table Wine Bar and Bistro
Clare
Artisans Table Wine Bar and Bistro is nestled in the heart of the Clare Valley. The Clare Valley Blue Gums are prominent from all areas in the restaurant, on the deck or in the beer garden.
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Categories: Dining and Eating Out;
Balaklava Courthouse Gallery
Balaklava
The historic old courthouse at Balaklava, built in 1913 and converted into an art gallery and separate gift shop, is managed entirely by community volunteers. Varied exhibitions lasting six weeks range from paintings and sculptures to quilting and craftwork. Exhibition space is free to artists. A popular attraction is the Balco Art Price held in July/August each year with associated prizes up to the value of AUD3000.00. The shop is stocked with locally hand-crafted gifts.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Shopping;
Balaklava Golf Club
Balaklava
Balaklava Golf Club is located just over 100 kilometres north of the city of Adelaide and three kilometres east of the lower north township of Balaklava. It has been a colourful and integral part of the community since 1923.
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Categories: Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Balaklava Museum Centenary Hall
Balaklava
Centenary Hall is one of two sites operated by Balaklava Museum Incorporated. It was built in 1878 and has a colourful history, having been occupied by the Church of Christ, Druids and Rechabite Lodges, schools, a kindergarten and the Lutheran church. It was also used for town band and choral society practice, before being purchased by the local branch of the National Trust in 1975.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
Blyth Golf Club
Blyth
The Blyth Golf Club features an 18 hole course with sand greens. It boasts a licensed bar which is only open on club days. Ladies club days are on Wednesdays and men's club days are on Saturdays, with an Ambrose competition on Sundays. The course is only open during the winter season due to extreme heat during the summer. Par for the course is 72 and its Australian course rating is 66, with a length of 5658 metres.
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Categories: Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Bon Accord Mine Complex
Burra
The Bon Accord Mine Complex is owned and administered by the National Trust, Burra, and is concerned with preserving, studying and exhibiting items that help in illustrating and explaining the story of the Burra area.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings; Mining and Industry;
Bookstop and Beans
Penwortham
At Bookstop and Beans you can browse through new and pre-loved books and enjoy excellent coffees and plunger teas on our veranda or lounges. Try homemade biscuits and slices and there's an open fire in the winter.
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Categories: Shopping;
Brooks Lookout
Blyth
Brooks Lookout was opened in 2001 and gives visitors to the Clare Valley the opportunity to picnic at one of the big Australian panoramas.
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Categories: Landmarks and Buildings; Natural Attractions;



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