The South Australian Government is inviting the public to run, ride or simply relax around the Myponga Reservoir this long weekend as it begins opening the gates to the natural beauty of our water catchments.
The Malaysian island of Penang has everything from endlessly tempting restaurants and hawkers’ stalls, to colourful street art, glitzy resorts and remnants of war.
A tour of the pubs of Hindmarsh illuminates the optimism that established the historic neighbourhood and continues to drive its ambition.
Whether you come to taste rarity wine as part of July’s Coonawarra Cellar Dwellers, or to experience the glow-in-the-dark Ghost Mushrooms that only appear in Mt Gambier’s forests during May or June, there’s plenty in this region to feed your curiosity throughout winter.
The Limestone Coast has a special kind of magic in the winter months. Down in this undiscovered part of SA, the locals are waiting to share rarity reds from their cellars, a unique landscape that blooms under grey skies, fireside chats in cosy cabins and pubs, and an emerging progressive food movement with intrepid travellers who make the picturesque journey from Adelaide.
Adelaide’s Sneaky Pickle, which has won a loyal following for its American barbecue food and recently opened a new 180-seat restaurant in Goodwood, has scored a spot in a book highlighting 80 of the world’s top food trucks.
GALLERY: Sixty “eye-poppingly beautiful” Australian swimming spots – including rock pools, lakes and springs in SA – are captured in a new book by a couple who travelled 28,000km across the country and documented their swims along the way.
GALLERY: Life in Havana happens on the streets amid a mix of ‘colour, rubbish, beauty, smells and old relics’, according to Adelaide photographer Heidi Lewis, who has captured the Cuban capital in a new exhibition.
GALLERY: Australia’s Red Centre has been named alongside places such as the Scottish Highlands, Northern Peru, Russia’s Far East and the Catskills in the US in Lonely Planet’s new guide to the top travel destinations for 2019.
Gin may have a somewhat disreputable past, but the tale behind Cape Byron Distillery – nestled amid regenerated subtropical rainforest in northern New South Wales – is a total good-news story, writes Amanda McInerney.