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Morphetts Enginehouse Museum
Burra
At Morphetts Enginehouse Museum visitors will see the only known reconstructed Cornish enginehouse in the world. A guide will explain the workings of the engine and pump system used to de-water the mine. Visitors are encouraged to examine the three-storey building and information displayed. Outside visitors may walk through an underground adit and view the mineshaft. Original pumping equipment along with the remains of several mine buildings are on display. An unforgettable experience.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections; Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings; Mining and Industry;
Mount Horrocks Wine
Auburn
Producing 4,500 cases a year, Mount Horrocks Wines is a boutique winery creating high quality, award winning wines from estate grown fruit. Owner/winemaker Stephanie Toole carefully handcrafts her wines, which she describes as essentially "handmade food wines".
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Neagles Rock Vineyards
Clare
Consistently rated amongst the best wineries in the Clare Valley, Neagles Rock Vineyards is a small family owned winery established in 1997 by Steve Wiblin and Jane Willson. The winery incorporates 44 acres of vineyards, a 200 tonne boutique winery and a friendly cellar door showcasing our Clare Valley Wines.
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O'Leary Walker Wines
Leasingham
O'Leary Walker Wines was established in 2001 and is rapidly gaining a reputation for producing great regional wines at affordable prices. Winemakers David O'Leary and Nick Walker share a simple philosophy - source the best grapes from the best vineyard sites and craft great wine.
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Old Police Station Museum
Clare
The Old Police Station Museum was built in 1850 as Clare's first Courthouse and Police Station. Now part of the National Trust of South Australia, the building houses a very large collection of furniture and clothing from the Victorian era, extensive early records of the Clare area, photographs of early Clare and displays of agricultural machinery and early horse-drawn vehicles.
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Olssens Of Watervale
Watervale
Situated in a beautiful secluded valley north west of Watervale, the Olssen vineyard benefits from the shading effect of the steep valley sides, resulting in estate grown wines of great finesse and elegance.
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One White Kite
Kapunda
One White Kite is both a cafe and a gift store. It stocks South Australia
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Paulett Wines
Sevenhill
Just two hours north of Adelaide you will find the glorious Clare Valley and Paulett Wines. We are nestled into the hills just on the southern side in the beautiful Polish Hill River Valley. Our Cellar Door has views that will take your breath away. We also have a viewing platform that lets you peek into the depths of our operational winery, and see behind the scenes. And the best part, try some wines made by one of the best wine makers in the world, Neil Paulett. Famous for Riesling, you will be able to taste this grape variety made into four different styles, something quite amazing. Also on offer are a Sparkling Red, straight Clare Valley Sauvignon Blanc (the only one in existence), stunning Shiraz, Cabernet Merlot and red wine blends.
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