We invite you to explore the Gaol and experience the conditions that prisoners endured from 1841 to 1988.
A visit to Adelaide Gaol offers a chance to inspect the inside of a fascinating historical landmark and to view an array of artefacts dating back to the gaol\'s early years.
Do you believe in ghosts? A Ghost Tour by torchlight or lamplight will give you a fascinating insight into the numerous sightings of ghostly figures and movements around the gaol.
Ghost Tours are not suitable for under 15 year olds.
Night tours for a minimum of 12 people are available by prior booking.
The Junior Learn to Skate Academy will take your child from their very first steps on the ice until they are skating with confidence. Classes are available on Wednesday afternoon or Saturday morning. Please phone 83527977 for commencement dates. Beginner classes are 30 minutes duration & Intermediate to Advanced classes are 45 minutes duration. Classes run during school terms only. The Ice Hockey Academy is the perfect introduction to the exciting sport of Ice Hockey. The Ice Hockey Academy caters for skaters of all ages & abilities. The classes cover all the skills necessary for players to start playing in an organised league & also offers the opportunity for existing players to brush up on their skills.
The Mini Golf is themed around all the activities you can do in the Mansfield Region and is positioned directly below our pool.
It is open to the public and the cost is $5.00 per child, $8.00 per adult and $20.00 for a family.
When you enter the course you are up in the Mountain Cattlemen\\'s country entering via a cattleman\\'s hut.
You go across the head of the Howqua River and drop down to an area where you can play checkers on a paved area.
You go over the Howqua Bridge and your in Mountain bike country where you can stop and have a picnic or BBQ.
To enter the next area you go via the snow chalet and can rest on seats made from snow boards .
You leave the snow fields and climb a flight of stairs to walk a catwalk over a small lake full of gold fish - takes you to the rivers and lakes area - the fishing hole.
You will find us located on the first floor of the exclusive Place on Brougham Development. Our facilities include pool, sauna, steam room, spa, relaxation room and 3 sumptuous therapy rooms.
Our Spa provides relaxation and rejuvenation treatments for both women and men.
Conveniently situated only minutes away from the CBD, it is a perfect excuse to escape reality at this urban retreat.
We pride ourselves on attention to detail and treat every client with the best care and service you could wish for.
Our Spa is designed with total luxury in mind from the beautiful stone floors, silver and gold leaf tiles, down to the treatments themselves. You will walk in and float out after an unforgettable experience.Every client who books for a face or body treat will receive a foot spa and herbal sencha with our compliments.
We offer Corporate Packages, Pamper Parties and Hens days. Contact us to tailor make around your needs. We also offer Life Coaching, Personal training and nutritional advice. We believe in working with the whole mind and body balance approach.
Choose one of our gift certificates for a really special treat.
Nourish Health and Wellness is an Adelaide day spa that inspires and encourages you to explore and create a balanced, healthy life. A complete destination for mind, body and spirit to rejuvenate, rehabilitate and relax.
With a holistic approach to your health and wellbeing Nourish Health and Wellness offers a range of services that complement each other and are uniquely tailored for individuals of all ages.
Indica Spa - Adelaide Day Spas provide a variety of Day Spas services in Adelaide and local surrounding areas. The Indica Spa - Adelaide Day Spas experience follows the trend of complete service day spas offered in Europe and now in Adelaide. Contact us if you are looking for relaxing Day Spas in Adelaide.
At Adelaide Day Spas - Adelaide Day Spas we pride ourselves on delivering quality products and services at an affordable price. As Adelaide's leading choice for Day Spas, we have a strong reputation in the Adelaide area for providing rejuvenating services at very competitive prices.
Adelaide Day Spa - SwissWellness Natural Health & Beauty Spa is the creation of Swiss-born naturopath, Ursula Notari and Australian businesswoman, Melinda Harper. Based on a strongly shared vision, Ursula and Melinda have created a blissful place of retreat where their clients can come to relax and be pampered, to de-stress and detox and to gain helpful, friendly support and guidance in achieving and maintaining an optimum state of health and well-being. Many of the spa's treatments can be found nowhere else and incorporate the exquisite, 100% all-natural Swiss Wellness range of personal well-being formulations.
Art Images Gallery is a contemporary art gallery showcasing the work of local and interstate emerging and established artists. The gallery caters to both art lovers and art investors. It has a regular exhibition program covering a wide variety of mediums including paintings, Indigenous art, sculpture and limited edition works on paper. Art Images Gallery can arrange for artwork to be packaged and delivered Australia-wide. Situated on The Parade in Norwood, only two kilometres east of Adelaide central business district, they are open seven days. Off street parking is available.
The Enfield Heritage Museum is located within the two hectares of historic, tree studded Sunnybrae Farm. The museum extends over three of the farm's many buildings, the 1882 Machinery Shed, the 1883 Stables and the recently built 2001 Sunnybrae Farm Federation Pavilion. Town and country life in South Australia from the 1880's to more recent times is on display. The displays are educational, interesting and quite often humorous, ranging from blacksmiths to household items, typewriters to tradesmen's tools and leather harness to the corner store and bicycles to Gepps Cross Abattoirs Big Wheel, also carts, mowers, one ton butter churn. Hannaford seed pickler and selection of other farm machinery. On view is the world's first prototype colour copier. A photographic display depicts the first flight from England to Australia by Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith in the Vickers Vimy in 1919, which finally landed at Northfield Aerodrome. A nine-minute video of the actual flight can also be seen. Entry is a gold coin donation.
You are invited to experience South Australian history on a tour of St George's Church and Cemetery. Built on land given by Captain John Finlay Duff, it is unique in architecture, constructed on Kentish Masonry lines in 1848. St George's was the first Church of England to be consecrated in the colony by Augustus Short first Bishop of Adelaide and sadly, his baby daughter was the first burial in the churchyard two weeks after. Walking through the cemetery your tour guide will unfold the lives of South Australian pioneers and devout members of the parish such as Dr Christopher Rawson and Mary Penfold, founder of Penfold Winery, Frederick George Waterhouse, explorer and first curator of the South Australian Museum, Sir George Murray, Chief Justice, Chancellor of the Adelaide University and Lieutenant Governor of South Australia. Tour is a must see if you love history. A real gem.
Historic home ‘Grange’ and exhibition gallery
The Grange is the former colonial residence of the renowned explorer Captain Charles Napier Sturt. It was built in 1840 in what was known as the “Reedbeds”. After many years of neglect, the house was restored in the 1960s to ensure that Sturt’s contribution to South Australia’s history was preserved.
Sturt’s most significant expedition, the 1829-30 journey to the mouth of the River Murray, played a major role in the establishment of South Australia. The Grange was also the point of departure for Captain Sturt’s expedition into Central Australia in 1844-46 whereupon he reached within 280kms from the centre of Australia.
In 2004 an extensive gallery wing was developed to display significant artefacts belonging to Captain Sturt which include the Union Jacks carried on both Sturt’s major expeditions, Sturt’s travelling wash stand, his telescope and the original Desert Peas collected on his return journey from central Australia. The Sturt Desert Pea became the State Flora Emblem.
The Grange is registered on the National Estate and the State Heritage List. The museum is a Registered Museum with HistorySA.
A special feature for visitors is the Herbert Croker model of Sturt’s campsite on the Murrumbidgee River before the boats were assembled for the voyage down the River Murray. The breathtaking model details with great precision all the elements of the campsite, from the construction of the whale boat with carpentry tools to tent accommodation, eating utensils and weaponry.
The museum offers guided tours of the ‘Grange’, interpretive displays accounting the life and times of Sturt and a series of media displays which capture the essence of Sturt’s expeditions.
The Gepps Cross Treasure Market is a great alternative to garage sales so bring your goods along and sell them at the Mainline Drive In, Gepps Cross. The market offers a variety of goods both second hand and new plus fruit and vegetable stalls. Canteen facilities are available where you can get a snack. Sellers set up from 5.30am, stalls and trestle tables available for hire.
Pepper Street Arts Centre is a lively arts environment supporting creative endeavour and excellence, promoting arts appreciation and education, and providing for social engagement across the artistic and wider community. Formerly the Magill School, the Pepper Street Arts Centre is part of the City of Burnside's cultural program. The Centre offers: Exhibitions held monthly; Gift Shop offering high quality work from South Australian artists and crafts workers; Art Classes in the June Colligan Artist's Studio; The Pepper Club - become a member of Pepper Street Arts Centre and receive a wide range of benefits! Pepper News is available from the Centre and other council venues for bimonthly information about all Pepper Street programs. The centre also has Dorrit's Coffee Shop; A Weaver-In-Residence; and art books and magazines for loan. We have an active group of volunteers who assist in the day to day duties of Pepper Street Arts Centre during open hours. If you are interested in art, would enjoy contributing to a busy environment, and are self motivated this could be the place for you.
Full size nine hole golf course and recreation area, with playground facilities, skate park and toilets. The golf course has rental equipment including golf carts and tuition is available with Gary Masters who is a Class AAA teaching professional. They can accommodate package deals and social groups and have a fully licensed tavern with poker machines and first class meals.
Visit the Adelaide Planetarium and take a guided tour of the universe! Observe a spectacular projection of the Milky Way and the Magellanic Clouds, as seen from the southern hemisphere and without interference from weather and unwanted light, onto an eight metre dome. An experienced lecturer guides you through the solar system, and indicates the various planets and stars. The Planetarium seats 45, and can be booked by schools or groups by arrangement. Public sessions are held on the first and third Saturday of each month.
Following completion of a AUD50 million investment in new and upgraded facilities, the Adelaide Showground has been renamed Adelaide Event and Exhibition Centre. The new brand reflects a venue that is now one of the largest and most modern exhibition centres in Australia. It is also one of the world's greenest, being 100 percent self-sufficient in water and electricity. Our premium facilities and outstanding service are thriving on the delivery of a complete positive experience to the public and event organisers. Five minutes from the Adelaide central business district, the Adelaide Event and Exhibition Centre offers a flexible and versatile range of venues ideal for public events, catered functions, conferences, exhibitions and trade shows. With national award winning caterers and a dedicated event team, we have the capability to host virtually any style of event and service gala dinners for 500 - 3000 guests.
Tourism Adelaide - The Flavours of Campbelltown Food Trail is an accessible food trail within metropolitan Adelaide that provides unique, flavoursome food with strong cultural backgrounds. The only Food Trail of its type in South Australia all within five minutes of Adelaide city and 20 minutes from the airport. If time is of the essence, take a quick trip to Campbelltown where you can see and taste food being made including smallgoods, almond bread, fudge, sausages, and continental biscuits, and amazing cakes. Hear the family stories behind the 25 featured businesses and indulge in the variety of tastes offered. There are now three quality restaurants as part of the Food Trail who offer a range of eating options so you can make a day trip if you wish. You can also visit the food trail stalls at the Campbelltown Moonlight Markets at Thorndon Park from 6.00pm on the first Friday of November, December, February and March. Refer to the trail booklet for all business opening hours to create a self guided trail. The booklet is available, free, from Campbelltown Council website. Alternatively guided tours can be tailored to suit group needs. Please phone for more information.
Situated on the sand belt at West Lakes, the West Lakes Golf Club provides a quality 18 hole golf course with excellent greens and is playable in all weather conditions. Many changes and improvements have been made over the years, including a redesign of the course completed early in 2002 resulting in a tight and challenging Par 70 layout of 5508 metres. The function room offers superb views of the course and with courteous clubhouse and pro shop staff, the West Lakes Golf Club is a unique golf and social environment to be enjoyed by both members and visitors.
Adelaide Central Gallery began in 1987 as an artist-run exhibition space and has evolved into one of Adelaide's most prominent contemporary non-profit galleries. Monthly changing exhibitions includes both emerging and established artists working in a wide range of media, including painting, drawing, prints, photography, sculpture, ceramics, glass, video and multimedia. There is a focus on emerging artists who are ACSA graduates or associated with ACSA as current or former art lecturers and solo and group exhibitions by leading national and occasional international artists. Exhibiting artists give informal lectures in the gallery on a regular basis. Guided tours and floor talks can be arranged by appointment for school or social groups of ten or more. There are adjoining studio and student galleries. The gallery is an exclusive representative in South Australia for the estate of artist Pro Hart and there is a stockroom of work by South Australian artists.
The Cathedral was started in 1869 and the first section was completed and opened fully for services in 1877. Photographs of the building of the Cathedral can be seen in the passage to the northern side of the Chancel. In the 1990s much restoration was started. The floor needed replacing; some tiles were retained and others made in England to match were used. The roof, of Welsh slate, had to be replaced again with Welsh slate. The pinnacles around the Lady Chapel have been removed until funds are available to repair the damage done over a century's exposure to the atmosphere. Restoration is a continuing activity in any building of this nature. St Peter's Cathedral is open to visitors from 9:30am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday. Free guided Tours are held every Wednesday at 11am, and every Sunday at 12.30pm; tours take about 45 minutes.
The Pooraka Sunday Market comes alive from 6am every Sunday of the year. You can start your day off with a delicious bacon and egg roll or fresh coffee and hot donuts before marvelling through the many different stalls available. Stalls are under cover in one large location and there are many more outside. You can purchase fresh fruit and vegetables at affordable prices and bargain bakery items including bread, pies, pasties, donuts and berlina buns. There are many second hand and pre-owned items for sale including furniture, car parts, lamps, rugs, antiques and electrical items. There are also new items like sporting clothing at unbelievable prices, jeans, fashion accessories, bric-a-brac, art and craft including folk art, woodwork and so much more. Come along and see for yourself, it is a great way to spend a Sunday morning.
Amphora Wine Group is one of Australia's leading wholesale and bulk wine producers. Based at the historic Stonyfell winery in the Adelaide foot hills, Amphora delivers high quality, value for money Australian wines through cellar door sales, domestic (Australian) wholesale clients and international export clients.
Amphora offers clients a wide range of specifically designed wine varieties, styles and packages using their broad vineyard winery, packaging and design network in the heart of Australia’s wine growing home, South Australia.
Amphora provides their extensive client network with a broad range of purchasing options, offering everything from a single bottle at cellar door to a bulk shipment of over 100,000 litres.
Tidswell Wines is an intimate and stylish city cellar door, conveniently located in Adelaide's inner east, offering private tailor made wine tastings and functions for social and corporate groups of six to 50. There is a ground floor tasting room for a fun and informal experience or a first floor boardroom where the winemaker will conduct an informative 'sit-down' tasting session. Catering can be arranged from cheese platters to cocktail food and there is flexibility with days and times for your preferred function.
Tidswell Wines produce a diverse boutique range of reds, whites and roses, from our estate grown family vineyards in the heart of the Limestone Coast, South Australia. Through our Cellar Door we bring a taste of this renowned wine region, without you having to leave the city!
Days and times are flexible on any weekday to book a function or tasting event.
Limoncello is a traditional Italian lemon liqueur, which can be enjoyed as an aperitif mixed with champagne, mixed with tonic water or simply poured over a bed of crushed ice. Ambra Limoncello use centuries old processes and recipes and fresh Riverland citrus to produce their very own limoncello at their Thebarton facility.
Visitors are welcome to visit Ambra Limoncello’s tasting outlet and showroom where you can come in and try their full range of liqueurs. Group bookings are available by prior arrangement.
In addition to limoncello, Ambra Limoncello also produce a range of liqueurs including orange, strawberry and chocolate flavours.