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Birdwood

"Nice country town in the Adelaide Hills"

Birdwood is famous for its motor museum. A lot of old motor cars in the museum get started up and driven once a year, so they are all perfectly good cars. Its worth taking an hour or 2 to spend going through the museum

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Hamelin Pool

"The only place in Australia I know of that you can swim with dolphins in the wild"

Monkey Mia is awesome for that fact. There are park rangers there that will feed the dolphins fish, but never enough for them to rely on it solely. We were fortunate enough to have the dolphins come right up to us as we were standing there, and rub against us. That was pretty cool - hence if you are ever up that far in WA, make the effort to go and visit Monkey Mia

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Lobethal

"Quaint little town in the Adelaide Hills - but Xmas time is when it comes alive"

Lobethal is this beautiful little town in the Adelaide Hills, but at Xmas time, the locals pull out all strings to make ita tourist attraction for kids and big kids alike. Xmas lights and nativity displays are up all through the streets by the locals and at night time, it really is something to see. If you have kids, and are going near Lobethal just before Xmas, take the time to go and see the lights - they are awesome

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Teatrick Road

"Nice tar road that goes past the Teatrick Lavender Farm"

Farm houses are all along this road. Our school bus used to go down here everyday. We had 3 stops on the road.

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Cowan Avenue

"Nice modern street in town. Was a new development about 10 years ago"

When the Development first started, it took a while to get going,but now that its been there for a bit, all the blocks have been sold and built on with nice modern houses. Great friendly atmosphere as well.

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Echunga

"Awesome town in the Adelaide Hills"

A heap of mates and i went here in the late 90's to a B&S Ball. Was one of the best times I have ever had. Stopped off at the local pub for a beer too, and the locals are really friendly. I'd be happy to live here.

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Oltimer

Certainly has a unique atmosphere...step back in time!

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Mount Compass

"Great little town on the south of Adelaide famous for the Compass Cup"

Each year in January the Compass Cup is held. Its famous because its the only Cow race in Australia

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Lagoon Rd

"Dirt road that goes across the top of Porters Lagoon"

Porters Lagoon is a very shallow lake that a lot of Burra locals use to go swimming, and something skiing in. Can dry up quickly, but when it rains, fills up quickly as well. The road itself is only 1 house on it (not far from the lagoon), so good if you like the fresh country air

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Wudinna

"Nice town that is on the Eyre Highway between Port Augusta and WA"

I haven't been there for years, but spent some of my younger years there as a kid. Still have friends who live there today.

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Main North Road

"Lovely driving road that heads through Horrocks Pass"

Not too busy a road, and has a few farms on it. Horrocks pass which this road goes through is a really scenic drive.

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Port Broughton

"Country town on the coast of the Spencer Gulf"

Port Broughton used to, and I think still does have the longest jetty in South Australia. It is now more a recreational fishing jetty, with a few Commercial Fisherman still calling Port Broughton home. Their main catch is scalefish and Blue Swimmer Crabs

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Port Broughton,30 years ago, it was a place to be an still is.Friendly,happy good local People.No the fishing jetty is not the longest jetty in S.A.Love the blue crabs that are everywhere to be caught as far as the eye can see.Had made friends from the smiley happy locals,friendly as.This inlet would be a choice of retirement for any amature fisherman,photographer.what a dream place to retire at.

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Pinnaroo

"Small town near the Victorian border."

We used to go through here on our way from Bordertown to the Riverland. Never really stopped here though as we had no real reason too. It used to be the half way mark

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Prescotts Rd

"All weather road that is used frequently in summer"

When we were kids, there was a heated swimming pool out here that we learnt to swim in. last time I went down the road, the pool was still there, but not sure if its used for swimming lessons anymore

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Six Mile Well Rd

"White rubble road that is nice and wide and has a few farm houses on it"

As kids, we used to ride our pushbikes on this road, and I remember one year we stopped where the drain went under the road, and crawled through the drain. Wasn't much fun as there were a few spiders in it

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Wolseley

""Poogy" as its know to the locals, is more of a landmark than an actual town"

There are about 5 roads that intersect what is Pooginagoric, and there is only one house there, so I'm not really sure why its classed as a town.

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Choopawhip Road

"White rubble road that is nice and wide"

Typical South Australian white rubble road that has a few 90 degree turns on it so be careful.. Farms surround this road

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Caves District Rd

"Well used country road that leads to the Naracoorte Caves"

If you don;t mind tourist traffic, and are after a country lifestyle, this road is the place to live on.

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Robert Rymill Dr

"Quiet road leading out of Penola towards Victoria"

Be careful at night, as the Kangaroos have a tendency to hop across the road at night. Trees are reasonably close to the edge of the road as well

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Cape Jaffa

"Small crayfishing village in south eastern south austalia"

Very small village where a lot of crayfishing boats are moored during the summer months. If you are after fresh crayfish here, you can get some from where the fisherman drop them off during the summer months

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Cape Jaffa Road

"Road that has quite a bit on it, - a new marina development and the Norfolk Rise Winery"

Not in a town, so its an open road, but has the new Cape Jaffa Marina Development on it, as well as the Norfolk Rise Winery which produce some very good wines

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