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Visit our website: www.sa50slifestylenews.com.au
Ph: 08 8834 1258
Fax: 08 883 41287
Po Box 33
South Australia 5573
Owners: Lyall, Cynthia,
Scott and Brett Schulz
Winemaker: John Zilm
Cellar Door Open
7 days 10am - 5pm
Except Christmas Day
and Good Friday
Cellar Door Sales and Function Centre
Yorke Peninsula’s first commercial vineyard and winery,
located 13 km south of Maitland on the Minlaton road.
Home of the ‘Barley Stacks’ Shiraz, Cabernet,
Chardonnay, Viognier, Port, Liqueur Chardonnay and
Ratafia’s, truly unique estate grown wines.
All wines are grown, processed and bottled on site.
Function centre is available for hire, for wedding
receptions, conferences, social events and meetings.
OPEN 7 DAYS
59B George Street, Moonta
Ph: 8825 1222 Fax: 8825 1333
• French home décor
• Antique furniture
• Large range of giftware
Proudly grown and produced at their
Yorke Peninsula vineyards, Barley
Stacks Wines are renowned for taste
Once again two major events not
to be missed will be held in 2011 –
Barley Stacks Wines & YorKreation
Roses on April 9th & 10th and their
Gourmet Day “winter feast”, on
Sunday, July 3rd.
The winery is open daily 10am-
5pm for cellar door sales excepting
Christmas Day and Good Friday and
Barley Stacks day of wine and roses
the cellar door now converted into a
modern function centre is available
Visit Barley Stacks’ website
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The Miners Couch
Yorke Peninsula’s favourite Antiques
& Collectables shop is now in
The owners of The Miners Couch
also invite you to visit their recently
opened Redwing Bed & Breakfast/
Farmstay – a delightful, fully
restored 1860’s Cottage combining
olde worlde charm with all the mod
cons needed to ensure a relaxing
and comfortable stay.
Contact Redwing B & B at http://
The foreshore of beautiful Wallaroo
Bay is the setting for the Wallaroo
North Beach Tourist Park which
offers self contained holiday units,
spa units, powered and unpowered
camping sites for holidaymakers.
The park has many facilities
including a playground, recreation
room, barbecue area, camp kitchen,
laundry, new ensuite ablution block,
fish cleaning bay and kiosk with
internet access, not forgetting the
beach right at your doorstep.
More information at www.
North Beach Tourist Park Wallaroo offers self-contained two
bedroom family units on the foreshore of beautiful Wallaroo Bay.
Come relax and enjoy glorious unrestricted sea views from the
comfort of your tastefully furnished lounge room. Delight in the
murmur of waves just twenty metres from your front door.
Experience the pleasures of one of Australia’s safest beaches
with ideal conditions for swimming, windsurfing, kitesurfing,
water skiing and fishing.
Wallaroo North Beach Tourist Park
Pamir Court, Wallaroo SA Telephone (08) 8823 2531
Experience Cornish traditions at Kernewek Lowender
Organisers have begun gathering
the maypoles and Cornish finery,
brewing Swanky and are getting
ready to crimp thousands of Cornish
pasties as they gear up for one of
South Australia’s famous biennial
events – the Copper Coast Cornish
Festival, locally known as the
Program highlights include the
Village Green Fair, the Grand
Procession, the Fer Kernewek and
the Classic Cavalcade of Cars, all
held during the last three days of the
Other popular features include the
Maypole Dance, the Furry Dance,
the May Queen crowning, and the
Cousin Jack and Jenny traditional
In addition to these major events,
another 30 affiliated activities are
held over the week giving visitors
the chance to discover the Cornish
culture, immerse themselves in the
arts and literacy, and enjoy and
listen to powerful music and big
There are also exhibitions and
displays for visitors to wander
through featuring art, heritage
crafts, quilting displays and Cornish
The “star performer” of the festival
is the Cornish pasty, with 20,000
consumed during the week.
The Cornish pasty was originally a
meal for one person, with savoury
in one end, a division in the middle,
and fruit in the other.
Kernewek Lowender will be held
from May 10 -15.
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