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Saunders Gorge Sanctuary

Eco-tourism accredited Saunders Gorge Sanctuary is a private property of 1364 hectares located on the rugged eastern slopes of the Mount Lofty Ranges overlooking the vast Murray Plains, 18 kilometres east of Mount Pleasant on the Walker Flat Road. Offering visitors the opportunity to experience the harsh Australian landscape, learn about and enjoy the natural environment. The property is now a combination of conservation and sheep grazing, formerly Clovelly Sheep Station. The owners Brenton and Nadene Newman are dedicated to natural habitat preservation.

Some of the features of the sanctuary include a large array of native fauna, a wonderful diversity of native flora, spectacular rocky gorges with magnificent old red gum trees and spring filled water hole and steep, rugged hills covered in native grasses and shrubs. Saunders Gorge Sanctuary has Eco Tourism Accreditation.

Walker Flat Road
Sanderston, SA, 5237

Located 14.3K from Cambrai

Eden Valley Lookout

The Eden Valley Scenic Lookout offers superb views from Keyneton across to High Eden. It is easy to see why the region was known as "the garden of grapes and gums." Head out of Eden Valley on the Angaston Road and you will see the cross on the hill to the east. Turn right onto Burkes Hill Road. Soak up the views, enjoy a picnic, and on Easter Sunday join the community for the Easter dawn service.

Mount Pleasant to Keyneton Road
Eden Valley, SA, 5235

Located 16.9K from Cambrai

The Herbig Family Tree

The Herbig Family Tree is a large, hollow red gum tree at Springton. It is estimated to be 300 to 500 years old with a diameter of seven metres at its base and a height of 24 metres. A small stream runs nearby.

The tree was the first Australian home of 27 year old Friedrich Herbig who arrived in South Australia in 1855. In 1858 he married 18 year old Caroline Rattey and took her to live in the tree home. The first two of their 16 children were born there. In 1860 he built a two roomed pine and pug hut nearby, and as his family increased, built a stone cottage adjacent to the hut.

Today the Herbig Family Tree represents a graphic link to early European settlement of the area. Herbig family reunions are held at the tree, usually every five years, contact us for more information.

Angaston Road
Springton, SA, 5235

Located 19.1K from Cambrai

Paintball Skirmish SA

Paintball is one of the fastest growing sports on the planet - when you play your first game, you will see why!
People from all walks of life enjoy Paintball. It is a sport in which men and women may compete on equal terms, and age is not dominated by youth. Intelligence and determination can be just as crucial to victory as strength, speed or agility.

Moreover, Paintball builds character. Players learn about teamwork, gain self-confidence and self-esteem, and develop leadership abilities.
Above all, Paintball is exciting and fun! It's a chance to shake off your day-to-day responsibilities and rekindle your spirit of adventure.
Teamwork, stealth and skill. All in an exhilarating and challenging game.

No matter who you are or what you do, Paintball Skirmish SA guarantees an adventure experience that you will never forget!

Please see website for prices and package options.

Section 225,
Sleeper Track
Sedan, SA, 5353

Located 19.7K from Cambrai

Friedensberg Historic German School Museum

Built in 1861 on land and with money donated by George Fife Angas, Friedensberg (Hill of Peace) Schoolroom with Headmaster's residence attached also served for four decades as St Johannes Church for the early Prussian Lutheran pioneer settlers at Springton.

The school was closed in 1917 as a result of the hostilities towards German people during the First World War, and re-opened in 1995 as an authentic German School Museum with original furniture and fittings and hands-on activities, including writing with pen and ink.

Group visits by arrangement on a tour that includes the significant Herbig Tree, the heritage listed Friedensberg Cemetery and gift souvenir booklet.

150th Anniversary will be celebrated in 2011.

Group visits by arrangement on any day. Contact Tours Organiser David Herbig on telephone 8568 2287.

Lablach Road
Springton, SA, 5235

Located 19.8K from Cambrai

Hutton Vale and Farm Follies

Hutton Vale, in the Barossa was settled in 1843. Today it is a mixed farm and home for Jan and John Angas.

Six generations of history are evident in the stone buildings, still in use today. The Farm Follies building, originally built for housing prized stud stock, now provides a warm and relaxed setting for food gardens and cellar door for wine produced from the old vine vineyard on the property.

Growing delicious vegetables, full of flavours that used when cooking for guests and family living on the property, has always been part of farm life. Sheep graze freely on the surrounding rolling hills with the occasional paddock growing seasonal cereal crops and interspersed with stands of fruit trees, relics in the rich dirt from a thriving fruit industry 70 years ago.

Hutton Vale has hosted visitors from all over the world, from a simple artisan lunch to larger events for media and photographers to be consumed.

Hutton Vale ,
65 Stone Jar Road
Angaston, SA, 5353

Located 21.1K from Cambrai

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