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Martindale Hall


Martindale Hall is a Georgian style with Italianate influenced sandstone mansion which has significant heritage value in South Australia. Built in 1879 - 1880 for Edmund Bowman Junior at a cost of 30,000 pounds it has some 32 rooms and boasts a large cellar of some seven rooms.

To visit Martindale Hall today is a unique experience of a living museum, a step back in time to the days of gracious living on a large pastoral estate late in the 1800's to early 1900's. Where a rumoured 14 servants, four of which lived in the hall and on call 24 hours a day looked after the needs of two people, such was the extravagant upper class lifestyle of the wealthy pastoralist.

Your hosts Sharon and Michael Morris welcome you to wander the hall and enjoy its remarkable history and grandeur.

Group bookings are welcome.




1 Manoora Road
Mintaro, SA, 5415

Located 11.4K from Waterloo

Saddleworth Golf Club


Picturesque 18-hole golf course set in natural Australian scrubland, surrounded by many native trees. It is not uncommon to see kangaroos on the course as you play. The course is Par 72, is 5,576 metres and has an Australian course rating 67. The golf course is located three kilometres west of Saddleworth on Golf Course Road.




Golf Course Road
Saddleworth, SA, 5413

Located 16.3K from Waterloo

Mintaro Maze and Gift Shop


Come and lose yourself in a unique experience of a living hedge Mintaro Maze, consisting of over 800 conifers, featuring fountains, twists and turns to trick even the most committed explorer, have loads of fun with our range of giant sized games featuring local Mintaro slate. A truly water-wise garden, the maze hasn't been watered since the year 2000.

Be amazed by the quirky gifts in the maze gift shop where you can browse or try your hand at puzzles and games. We also specialise in locally made aromatherapy products made in our natural therapy clinic adjacent to the maze, or enjoy a cup of freshly brewed coffee or tea. A great experience for everyone.

At Easter enjoy a bunny hunt with free giveaways, and our Fairies, Elves and Pixie Picnic on the Sunday of the October long weekend - please contact us for further details. We also have a Father's Day Challenge, Mothers Day flower give-away. The Maze is also available for your own private function such as weddings and birthdays.

We also have the haggis hunt over the Clare gourmet weekend in May and the Fairy, Elves and Pixies Picnic. Come along and enjoy the wonderful garden.




Lot 91 Jacka Road
Mintaro, SA, 5415

Located 16.5K from Waterloo

Mintaro Slate Quarries


Slate has been quarried in Mintaro since the mid 1860s and was extensively used in the old colonial homes and public buildings of Mintaro.

Acknowledged as one of the best slates in the world, some aspects of production have remained unchanged since the 1860s. Today, efficiency in handling and cutting slate has been increased with the addition of modern mobile processing equipment.

Slate is quarried for domestic and commercial use including flooring, fireplaces and bench tops, patios, paths, gardens and verandas, and is well-known internationally for its use in billiard tables.

Visitors may collect information packs from the production site (turn right at the quarry gates into the car park). No access beyond the car park is permitted.

Due to occupational health and safety regulations we are unable to allow the public free access to the quarry site and processing plant. Group or club visits may be arranged by appointment only, depending on production restraints.




Kadlunga Road
Mintaro, SA, 5415

Located 16.8K from Waterloo

Warrick Grove


In early 2003 Grier and Phil Warrick purchased 20 acres of grazing land located on Leasingham Road, Watervale, overlooking Reilly's Winery and Annies Lane Vineyards. The beginnings of Warrick Grove.

Their initial years were spent planting 2000 native trees and 5000 Signore olive trees and building a new house.

Warrick Grove is a signatory to the Australian Olive Association's code of practice and their oil has been analysed and certified as fresh Australian extra virgin olive oil. The oil is available in 500 millilitre bottles, two litre casks and ten litre caterer's casks or bring your own container. Warrick Grove oil is available for purchase at a number of Clare Valley retail outlets and winery cellar doors and at our farm gate on Leasingham Road, Watervale.

When the sign is up, we are open for tastings and sales.




Lot 276 Leasingham Road
Watervale, SA, 5452

Located 19.7K from Waterloo

Claymore Wines


Claymore Wines is a boutique producer of award winning Clare Valley wines with labelling inspired by some of rock music's classics. You will be welcomed at our cellar door in Leasingham in the beautiful Clare Valley. Try Claymore Wines experience where we invite you to take the tour and experience our interpretation of some modern rock classics.

Escape for a while - come in and taste the range! Nirvana Reserve Shiraz, Black Magic Woman Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon, Dark Side of the Moon Shiraz, Joshua Tree Riesling or London Calling Merlot to mention a few.

The Cellar Door also has a large range of local produce including Olive Oil, sauces, chutneys, preserved lemons and soaps. You can also view pottery and wood work by local artisans along with an ever-changing display of artworks.




7145 Horrocks Highway
Leasingham, SA, 5452

Located 21.1K from Waterloo

Riverton Golf Club


Riverton Golf Club's facilities include nine hole golf course, par 70, mens Australian course rating 64, womens Australian course rating 66, 5121 metres, alternate tee blocks and sand greens.

Riverton is in South Australia's Clare Valley. The Clare Valley itself represents an authentic slice of country life. Whether you're walking through its intimate villages, cycling the Riesling Trail, or exploring the country roads and bushland, you can't help but fall for the region's natural charms.




Barrier Highway
Riverton, SA, 5412

Located 21.8K from Waterloo

Rattler Trail


Walk or cycle along the Rattler Trail. This nineteen kilometre trail passes vineyards, farms and landmarks. Taste wine at one of the nearby cellar doors and browse through art galleries.

The Rattler Trail is an extension of the Riesling Trail. Opened in 2010, it was built on the former railway line that ran from Auburn to Riverton.

The Rattler Trail forms a loop trail within the Mawson Trail network. Enjoy the scenic views from the hills along the Mawson Trail.

At Riverton, the Rattler Trail starts from the oval. At Auburn, the trail starts at Mount Horrocks Station Caf?. There are public toilets in local towns and nearby car parking spaces in Riverton, Rhynie and Auburn.

Take your own bike or hire one in Auburn.




Riverton to Auburn
Riverton, SA, 5412

Located 22.2K from Waterloo

Polish Hill River Church Museum


The Polish Hill River Church Museum has been established by the South Australian Polish community in order to document and commemorate the contribution of Polish migrants to the development of the state.

The Polish Hill River Church Museum is situated in a picturesque valley, a few kilometres south of the Jesuit church and winery at Sevenhill. The valley is home to Paulette's, Pikes' and Wilson wineries, all of which have tasting and cellar-door sales facilities available.

Polish Hill River is within easy reach of the historic settlements of Mintaro, Penwortham and Sevenhill with its winery and cemetery in which many Polish pioneers are buried.

From the early 1850s onwards, numbers of Poles migrated to the area. Here they set up a community of more than 300 people at its largest, with its own priest, church and school, the playground language of which was Polish.




Polish Hill River Road
Sevenhill, SA, 5453

Located 23.0K from Waterloo

Pikes Wines


Pikes is a family owned winery, established in 1984 by Neil and Andrew Pike. Over the years the business has grown somewhat, but Pikes still has plenty of charm and character.

The Pikes label was founded on great Riesling which was again confirmed when the renowned Pikes 'Traditionale' Riesling was awarded the Best Australian Riesling at the 2013 Canberra International Riesling Challenge. However, Pikes also offers a wide range of wine styles to suit all tastes.

Our cellar door and winery is located amongst the vineyards on our property at Polish Hill River. The restored stone building, originally a shearing shed, was built by Polish immigrants in the 1800's. Adjacent to the cellar door is a beautifully landscaped area for visitors to sit, relax and enjoy a delicious picnic grazing plate and a glass of wine or a Pikes Beer. The grounds are also available to host weddings, wedding photos and other celebrations.

Along with the tasting room we have the Gallery @ Pikes that showcases high quality art works from a variety of artists, the exhibitions changing every two months.

A micro-brewery is planned for the site to be opened in December 2014.






233 Polish Hill River Road
Sevenhill, SA, 5453

Located 23.0K from Waterloo

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