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Kirrihill Wines
Clare
Kirrihill Wines is located in the premium winegrowing region of the Clare Valley.
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Knappstein Enterprise Winery and Brewery
Clare
Knappstein Winery in the Clare Valley, South Australia, is one of the most recognizable and popular Clare Valley wineries. This small producer manages its own vineyard, harvests its own fruit and sells its own premium quality wines. It is located in the original nineteenth century Enterprise Brewery, a National Trust building and the landmark of the Clare township.
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Lomandra Walking Trail
Blyth
The Lomandra Walking Trail opened in April 2010 and is a two and a half hour return walk beside the Blyth Golf Course. Hundreds of local provenance plants line the walk, many with descriptive signage. In winter and spring the walk has wide views across the Blyth Plains to the Clare Hills and Hummocks Ranges. The walk has a gentle gradient and is suitable for all ages. Visitors can also take in a game of golf starting from the Clubhouse (a winter/spring course only) at very low fees.
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Categories: Scenic Drives and Walks; Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Market Square Museum
Burra
If you want to have a look at Burra's heritage you should include a visit to the Market Square Museum, Burra's first museum, opened by the National Trust in 1966.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings; Shopping;
Martindale Hall
Mintaro
Martindale Hall, built in 1879, is a Georgian style mansion built for Edmund Bowman who lived the princely life here until 1891. More recently, the Hall was used as the set of a girl
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations;
Medika Gallery
Blyth
Medika Gallery is a fine art gallery, selling Australian glassware, pottery, crystal, prints, main line original and professional paintings by Australian artists, with the added attraction of resident wildlife artist, Ian Roberts painting in the attached studio. Ian is a painter of Australian birds and plants.
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Miners Dugouts
Burra
In 1851, up to 2,000 miners and their families lived in these dugouts along the riverbed. Floods drove many people out into the homes built by the mining companies.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
Mintaro Maze and Gift Shop
Mintaro
Come and lose yourself in a unique experience of a living hedge maze, consisting of over 800 conifers, featuring fountains, twists and turns to trick even the most committed explorer, have loads of fun with our range of giant sized games featuring local Mintaro slate. A truely water-wise garden, the maze hasn't been watered since the year 2000.
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Categories: Parks and Gardens; Shopping;
Mintaro Slate Quarries
Mintaro
Slate has been quarried in Mintaro since the mid 1860s and was extensively used in the old colonial homes and public buildings of Mintaro.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Mining and Industry;
Mitchell Winery
Sevenhill
Mitchell Winery is owned by Jane and Andrew Mitchell. They established the winery in 1975 on their property in the western hills of the Clare Valley. A one hundred year old sandstone apple store is set amongst century old gum trees was converted to serve as a rustic cellar door sales area. Continued growth has resulted in further development of the winery buildings and winemaking plant.
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