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Paradise: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Flavours of Campbelltown Food Trail

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.

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.

172 Montacute Road
Newton, SA, 5074

Located 1.9K from Paradise

Campbelltown Moonlight Markets

The Campbelltown Moonlight Markets at Thorndon Park offers a wonderful experience with over 100 artisan stalls, 15 food outlets, entertainment and children's activities with the Adelaide Crows Giant Kicking Inflatable to test your skills and arts and craft workshops. Watch the sun go down over the reservoir whilst discovering what the market has to offer.

The market is held on the first Friday in November, December, February and March.

Thorndon Park,
Hamilton Terrace
Paradise, SA, 5075

Located 1.9K from Paradise

Earth Adventure

Earth Adventure was created in 1999 to service a growing number of clients, both groups and individuals, with their outdoor adventure recreation experiences. The purpose of Earth Adventure is to provide people with safe and enjoyable outdoor recreation experiences.

Earth Adventure offers a broad range of activities and tours on demand in various locations around South Australia. They specialise in bushwalking days and extended tours, river and sea kayaking days and extended tours, rock climbing and abseiling introductions and courses, windsurfing and snorkelling, high ropes, surfing school and surfing tours.

They offer activities and tours for groups or individuals. Prices work on a sliding scale - the more people you can get involved the cheaper it will be!

Contact Earth Adventure to discuss activities and costs.

36 Provident Avenue
Glynde, SA, 5070

Located 2.6K from Paradise

Morialta Conservation Park

Morialta Conservation Park at the base of the Adelaide Hills is just 20 minutes' drive from the centre of Adelaide. It is well known for its impressive seasonal waterfalls, deep gorges and lush, wooded hillsides.

A popular place for rock climbers, abseilers and bushwalkers of all abilities, Morialta includes trails suitable for prams as well as more challenging climbs that offer breathtaking views across the hills to the city.

Try the First Falls Plateau Hike, Second Falls Gorge Hike or the Three Falls Grand Hike that take you up steep hills, rewarding you with views of tumbling waterfalls and scenic valleys. Those after a more leisurely experience can stroll along Fourth Creek to the First Falls, where water seasonally plunges down a 30 metre high rock face.

Barbecues and toilets are provided in the Stradbroke Road picnic ground. Please note an entry fee per vehicle applies.

GPS enabled maps are available for this park, check the website for details.

Stradbroke Road
Rostrevor, SA, 5073

Located 3.1K from Paradise

Studio Potters SA

Studio Potters SA is ideal for finding handcrafted gifts and offers a showcase of member's work - functional, decorative and sculptural.

The exceptionally high standard includes the work of award-winning artists. Two major exhibitions are held each year. Classes are available and new members are welcome.

Visitors are welcome to ask to view our workshop facilities. Enquiries during gallery shop hours, which are Wednesday to Saturday, 12pm to 4pm.

1 Fourth Avenue
Klemzig, SA, 5087

Located 3.1K from Paradise

Black Hill Conservation Park

Enjoy spectacular scenery of rugged ridges and native plants and animals, as you walk the trails in Black Hill Conservation Park .

The park covers an area of 684 hectares and features the low sheoaks which give Black Hill its name. The foliage of the sheoaks gradually matures to a dark rusty, almost black colour, as summer progresses. As you look from the Adelaide Plains, the hills appear to be black.

The park also contains a wide variety of flora that offers a stunning display of native flowers in the spring including many delicate and colourful orchid species.

While you're visiting the park, take a walk through the landscaped Wildflower Garden that dates back to the late 1940s.

115 Maryvale Road
Athelstone, SA, 5076

Located 3.4K from Paradise

St George Church and Cemetery Tours

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.

43 St Bernards Road
Magill, SA, 5072

Located 3.9K from Paradise

Pepper Street Arts Centre

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.

558 Magill Road
Magill, SA, 5072

Located 4.5K from Paradise

Peter Walker Fine Art

Peter Walker Fine Art gallery is designed to showcase art in an intimate and informative setting. Open three days a week, specialising in Australia's rarest art from the colonial to the present time.

The gallery also has a select exhibition programme, which includes contemporary Australian paintings, sculpture, works on paper and solo exhibitions by some of Australia's best emerging, and established, artists. The Annexe also contains rare antiques and eccentricities.

101 Walkerville Terrace
Walkerville, SA, 5081

Located 5.4K from Paradise

Paradise: Events

Dance Between Worlds 432 Fundraiser event

You are invited to our launch and fundraiser for Dance Between Worlds 432.

Come to our warm, cosy space at 316 Magill Road Kensington Park from 6pm (7pm official opening) and enjoy
free wine and food.

There will be a sneak peak of our 2016 live performance that will be held at Naracoorte Caves on August 20 and 21, 2016 as part of SALA 2016 festival to be as well as the opportunity to view and purchase items from the gallery.

316 Magill Road
Kensington Park, SA, 5068

Located 4.9K from Paradise

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