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Bailey Homes is more than just your local builder; it is a caring, understanding, trustworthy, and professional building company with over 30 years experience in building. Building a dream home is not something you should trust to a large corporation; one that employs so many staff that having a personalised approach is simply impossible. Building a dream home for your family is something that should only be entrusted to a builder of the highest ethical and professional standards with strong family values, which is what Bailey Homes is all about. www.baileyhomes.com.au

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Kangaroo Island SeaLink is a part of the SeaLink Travel Group offering a regular ferry service between Cape Jervis and Penneshaw including coach connections from Adelaide. SeaLink also offer a range of day tours and longer stay tours, self-drive packages including accommodation, adventure and 4WD tours. Recently the SeaLink Travel Group expanded its product portfolio with the acquisition of Sunferries in Townsville and now operating as SeaLink Queensland to Magnetic and Palm Islands, and Captain Cook Cruises in Sydney and South Australia. This iconic company offers a variety of cruises on Sydney Harbour and the paddle wheeler PS Murray Princess on the Murray River. www.sealink.com.au

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Live, relax, play: words that are quintessentially Fleurieu. Given this beautiful area has been integral to the success of our business for over 50 years it’s not surprising we use them to describe our own culture. “Our passion is to provide homes where people can live, relax, and play while enjoying South Australia’s wonderful climate and landscape.” These words drive our designs. Homes that provide more entertaining space inside and out, that harness natural light and maximise views to stunning sea and landscapes. You see a lot of Sarah Homes on The Fleurieu because there’s a lot of Fleurieu in us! www.sarahhomes.com.au

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Oliver’s Taranga Vineyards is situated within the northern hills of McLaren Vale, renowned for rich soils and sea breeze. The property consists of over 100 hectares of vineyards planted to a number of varieties of red and white grapes. The Oliver family is continually evolving with a strong team of fifth and sixth generation family members. The restoration of a workers’ cottage (circa 1850s) is home to the cellar door, museum, offices and laboratory/kitchen. Visitors are welcomed to the cellar door 7 days from 9am to 4pm or can book for a Structured Tasting of limited and museum wines. www.oliverstaranga.com

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District Council of Yankalilla stewards some 750 square kms on the western side of South Australia’s glorious Fleurieu Peninsula. From the high rainfall dairy country of Parawa to lush pine forests and pristine conservation parks, there’s more than 600 kms of roadways to explore. With 2,700 kms of seasonal and permanent watercourses and 80 kms of rugged coastline where hills meet sea, our rivers meet the cooling waters of Gulf St Vincent and Backstair’s Passage. And with 25 kms of clean sandy beaches it’s no wonder that 4,500 people choose to call this place home – farmers, artists, retirees and many thousands more weekend residents and seasonal holiday-makers. There’s much more to melt the heart than meets the eye! www.yankalilla.sa.gov.au



Back in 2004, Myponga dairy farmers, Barry and Merridie Clarke, Geoff and Louise Hutchinson and Chris and Karen Royans were discussing farming practices and the low price per litre they were receiving for supplying milk to major suppliers.
Taking a gamble, or facing an uncertain future like many other dairy farmers, they plunged in headfirst and decided to go it alone – competing with the multinationals. Fortunately they were able to find a niche in the market for natural, full bodied milk, the way it used to be. Their first bottle rolled of the production line in 2006. Today, their expanding range has grown to include flavoured milks, pouring cream and yoghurt. www.fleurieumilkco.com.au



Since 1989 South Coast Constructions have been building custom, award winning homes for clients on the Southern Fleurieu. The company has now grown into one of the state’s leading builders, showing great pride in providing high professional standards and the utmost quality in every project that we undertake. Unparalleled experience and knowledge from all of South Coast Constructions’ contractors and staff enable a good working rapport and peace of mind, which flows through to the project and ultimately client satisfaction. www.southcoastconstructions.com.au



McLaren Vale has its roots from Oxenberry Farm; it was here in 1840 in this picturesque green lush valley where Devonshire farmers William Colton and Charles Hewett set up with their respective families to start new lives in Australia. They landed in Adelaide from England late in 1839 and soon made the trek to the Southern Vales and chose a location near a freshwater spring and built their homes on adjoining parcels of land. Hewett named his property ‘Oxenberry Farm’ and Colton opted for ‘Lower Oxenberry Farm’. Their pioneering spirit, blood, sweat and tears laid the foundations for what has become one of the great wine regions of Australia. www.oxenberry.com



In 1958 Domenico Scarpantoni and his wife Paola bought their first vineyard site of just 5.6 hectares. In 1968, they purchased the original McLaren Flat school property of 20 hectares and in the years following, a further 12 hectares of adjoining land was purchased, making the Scarpantoni’s some of the largest private growers in the region at the time.
In 1979, the Scarpantoni Estate winery was built with the aid of Dom and Paola’s two sons Michael and Filippo. The following three decades have seen major expansions to Scarpantoni Wines including the purchase of more vineyards and land around the region. With every step of production, from viticulture to the packaged product, undertaken entirely on the premises, it gives them total control over every stage of the winemaking process. www.scarpantoniwines.com



Choosing the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you are called upon to make as a parent.
Tatachilla Lutheran College has much to offer its students and their families. Structured as three distinct sub schools, the College offers a seamless pathway from Junior through to Middle and Senior School, with intakes in Reception and in Years 7, 8 and 10. The College provides a comprehensive and rigorous academic curriculum, with a particular focus on the performing arts and environmental education. Pastoral care, built on Christian foundations, is integral to College life. www.tatachilla.sa.edu.au



The Alexandrina Council was formed in 1997 by the amalgamation of the former District Council of Strathalbyn, the District Council of Port Elliot and Goolwa, and a portion of the District Council of Willunga. For this reason, the district is split into five wards, which represent smaller subdivisions of the district.
The district relies on a diverse range of industries including agriculture, fishing, forestry, viticulture and tourism to supply its economy. Many of the towns encompassed in the council are popular tourist towns not far from Adelaide.
The council aims to deliver exceptional service to the community. www.alexandrina.sa.gov.au



Catalyst Homes is based in Yankalilla, South Australia. They specialise in custom built homes and additions and have experience in managing a wide range of residential and commercial projects. With an extensive network of reliable and highly skilled trades on tap, they are able to manage each project with exacting attention to quality and detail. Catalyst Homes prides itself on providing quality services at competitive prices and are confident they can help you with your next building project, no matter how big or small. www.catalysthomes.com.au



Located on Aldinga Beach Road at Aldinga Beach, Aldinga Central offers all your retail shopping requirements under one roof. The centre is home to major supermarkets, independent grocers, newsagents, fashion boutiques, wellness salons, professional service providers, along with fast food outlets, a car wash and petrol station. The centre aims to create a beautiful and welcoming space that the local community is proud of and enjoy visiting, offering the services and amenities they need. www.aldingacentral.com.au

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Food at the The Salopian Inn is eclectic – an edible story, if you like – of Karena’s culinary journey and her ever persistent need to learn more, eat more and cook more. The kitchen team loves to cook … and only with local, seasonal produce. They make everything from scratch. The seasons dictate what they cook to ensure the freshest and best quality ingredients: pasture-fed, locally sourced beef and lamb, free range poultry and pork – as well as Australian caught seafood. www.salopian.com.au

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The Strand Gallery is situated in the heart of Port Elliot, a small seaside town on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula. The Gallery features works from local artists who are inspired by the seascape, nature and environment. The gallery will focus on local and emerging artists – and image makers under the direction of Ron Langman and Sonya Hender. www.strandgallery.com.au

Elders Insurance


No matter where life takes you, Elders Insurance will be right there with you. With Agents that live and work in their local communities, you’ll always speak to someone who truly understands your unique circumstances. Whether you just want to chat or you need to make a claim, they’ll always be there to help and provide a cover that’s just right for you.

Wirra Wirra


Originally established in 1894 by known South Australian eccentric and cricketer Robert Strangways Wigley, the winery prospered in its early days, producing many wines including a much acclaimed Shiraz, which was exported to England and the Empire until his death in 1926. The winery ran into disrepair and was eventually abandoned. In 1969 under the watchful eye of the late Greg Trott and his cousin Roger, the winery was rebuilt from the remnants of two walls and some slate fermenting tanks. As with all subsequent Trott endeavours, it was the sheer magnitude and unlikeliness of the project that made it so attractive. www.wirrawirra.com

South Seas Books and Trading


An independent bookstore in the heart of Port Elliot, South Australia. Drop in for a coffee and browse their range of books, homewares and gifts. www.southseasbooks.com.au