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The Terrace Gallery at Patly Hill Farm
Clare
The Terrace Gallery is located at Patly Hill Farm, set among the vineyards of Armagh, three kilometres from Clare.
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Categories: Farming, Food and Produce; Galleries, Museums and Collections;
The Wilson Vineyard
Sevenhill
The Wilson Vineyard is a small family-owned and operated winery situated in the Polish Hill River sub-region of the Clare Valley. You
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Thorogoods Apple Wines
Burra
For Tony and Susan Thorogood, making superb apple wine has become a brilliant obsession and has seen them become leaders in the field of boutique hand made ciders, apple wines, apple liqueurs and apple beer. For each golden glass there is a story
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Tim Adams Wines
Clare
Tim Adams Wines is just south of the township of Clare .We focus our attention on making wines exclusively from grapes grown in the Clare Valley, our own vineyards and vineyards we lease from local growers dedicated to producing the best fruit. Recently our vineyards have expanded with the planting of Tempranillo and Pinot Gris on our Ladera vineyard. The wines are all crafted on site and the winery continues to grow to meet the changing needs of our customers.
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Tim Gramp Wines
Leasingham
Nestled in the hamlet of Leasingham is Tim Gramp Wines with a four acre Cabernet Sauvignon vineyard and winery complex.
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Two Wells Golf Club
Two Wells
Two Wells Golf Club is an 18 hole, par 70, 4,987 metre long course with sand scrapes and an Australian course rating of 63.9.
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Categories: Sports and Recreation Facilities;
Unicorn Brewery Cellars
Burra
The Unicorn Brewery was built in 1873 and consisted of a tall malting tower, offices, cooper's workshop, steam engine and boiler to operate the pumps, and manager's residence.
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Categories: Historical Sites and Heritage Locations; Landmarks and Buildings;
Urlwin Park Agricultural Museum
Balaklava
Urlwin Park Agricultural Museum is one of two sites operated by Balaklava Museum Incorporated. Opened in 1986, Urlwin Park houses a collection of vintage farm tractors, tillage and harvesting implements, and stationary engines. There is a replica of Anders Blacksmith Shop, an Anders working windmill, an early rural bank building, a telephone exchange and working telephones. The Zacher Pavilion showcases the district's early manufacturing industries with a collection of 'Balaklava made' horse drawn vehicles and farm machinery (for example Walter Blake, Brebner and Keefe, Ahrns Bros, Illman and Sons), plus tributes to the wool industry and to Dean Zacher, after whom the pavilion was named. Enjoy a trip through history.
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Categories: Galleries, Museums and Collections;
Verdale Olive Estate
Two Wells
Verdale Olive Estate is located at Two Wells, approximately 35 kilometres north of Adelaide and is family owned and operated. Sit down and enjoy a variety of wood oven gourmet pizzas, olive breads and a great cup of coffee in our Mediterranean setting.
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Categories: Farming, Food and Produce;
Warrick Grove
Watervale
In early 2003 Grier and Phil Warrick purchased 20 acres of grazing land located on Leasingham Road, Watervale, overlooking Reilly's Winery and Annies Lane Vineyards. The beginnings of Warrick Grove.
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