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Taste of the Best 2017

Love wine? Pour your own tastings from a selection of over 2,500 new-release vintages and award-winning wines entered in the 2017 Royal Adelaide Wine Show. Tickets include a tasting glass to keep, live entertainment, cocktail food and a catalogue of results, listing all the wines on offer. Adelaide Showgrounds Purchase your tickets before 31 July […]

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Delicious, Discounted Coffee

Love your takeaway coffee? How about a discount! Brother Bear Café, Alchemy Café and Bond and Lane Canteen give you 50c off your coffee every time you bring your own cup. Australians love their coffee. So much so that OVER 3 BILLION takeaway cups and lids are wasted every year. Contrary to popular belief, takeaway […]

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Barossa Valley Ballooning

www.barossavalleyballooning.com.au   Hot air ballooning was on my bucket list so it was time to tick that one off by taking a flight with Barossa Valley Ballooning. Starting in the early morning, we met our fellow ballooners and friendly pilot, Michael, and his crew. They drove us to a nearby field for our launching spot. […]

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Dancing on the Lawns Christmas Party

The beautiful gardens of Historic Ayers House is perfect for Office or Social Christmas Parties for groups of 10 to 300. Dance the night away to our resident band A-Train while enjoying a 3-course menu and a 4 1/2 hour Premium Drinks Package. MENU TO START Sourdough Bread Kalamata & Jumbo Green Olives (GF) House […]

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Pu$$y Play Masterclass ★★★★★

Pu$$y Play Masterclass ★★★★★ An interactive show & tell on playful techniques, starring Strawberry Siren, burlesque star & cousin to Rural Ranga, the creator of W*nk Bank who funded his art studies from his happy ending massages given in New York City. A very qualified Strawberry Siren gives us saucy tips on how to best […]

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Buried at Sea

Words by Fatema Sitabkhan Overall rating: ★★★★½ It has become a recent trend to study your historical roots and explore the family history to better understand ourselves as individuals. After Mark Salvestro undertook a quest to dig into the story of a great, great uncle, he crafted together a poignant play that provides a beautiful […]

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Review – No moral compass

  No Moral Compass Words by Alex Craddock Overall rating: ★★★1/2 Over their cold beverages, upstairs in The Elephant, an audience listens keenly to Trish Parry weave tales of her youth. From her brief stint as a beauty pageant queen in Japan, to travelling between, what appeared to be, every military base across the US… […]

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