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Moonta, Yorke Peninsula

Located just an hour and a half north of Adelaide, Moonta is surrounded by pristine beaches, rising sand dunes, abundant fishing, outstanding heritage buildings and history from its copper mining days, and a laid back and welcoming atmosphere.

From traditional shack accommodation, camping, caravan parks through to high end luxury on the beachfront, the choices are yours. Catch your own food on a fishing charter or slip into one of the many cafes, hotels and restaurants.

With all its attractions, you are also just a stone’s throw from Yorke Peninsula’s distilleries and breweries…and the many attractions this emerging region has to offer.

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Robe, Limestone Coast

Robe, South Australia’s favourite seaside town.

On arrival visitors are captivated by the sparkling aquamarine ocean and enjoy the incredibly diverse scenery. You can spend the day salt kissed and sandy toed on Long Beach, enjoy the rich history, walk to the famous Obelisk, enjoy the art, architecture, food, wine, beer and some of the best coffee and ice cream in Australia.

If you are looking for a relaxing seaside escape in a picturesque fishing village, come and experience the magic of why Robe is known as ‘South Australia’s favourite seaside town’.

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Clare, Clare Valley

A picturesque hour and forty-five minutes’ drive from Adelaide, at the heart of the acclaimed Clare Valley wine region, Clare is central to the Valley’s food and wine community, with over forty cellar doors and boutique wineries, award-winning restaurants and artisan cafes.

Explore this beautiful regional landscape via a network of walking and biking trails including the celebrated Riesling Trail that travels through charming villages and scenic vistas.

Rich in pioneering history Clare has unique historic destinations to discover, local artists, sculptures and street art to admire… it really is a place you can relax and breathe it in.

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