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Bluey Blundstones Blacksmith Shop
Melrose
Bluey Blundstone's Blacksmith shop was built in 1865. The complex has been lovingly and authentically restored and in addition to being a working smithy where the present owners produce items-to-order at the forge, the complex is now also open to the public as a coffee shop and bed and breakfast.
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Old Bakery Stone Hut
Stone Hut
Old Bakery Stone Hut is situated a leisurely two and a half hour drive from Adelaide north through the Clare Valley on the Main North road between the townships of Laura and Wirrabara.
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The Gulnare Hotel
Gulnare
The Gulnare Hotel is a charming old stone built hotel and was first licensed in 1907 with good country cooking and excellent cold beer. The hotel is family orientated with warm friendly owners and no gaming facilities.
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The Woolshed Restaurant at Rawnsley Park
Hawker
A rustic Australian corrugated iron woolshed nestled in the heart of the Flinders Ranges is the idyllic setting that entices travellers to The Woolshed Restaurant.
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Wild Lime Cafe and Gallery
Blinman
Located north of the Flinders Ranges, Wild Lime Cafe and Gallery, awaits you. The gallery has on show paintings by contemporary Australian and indigenous artists. Pick yourself up a stunning piece of jewellery by Robyn Holtham and Bronwyn Pratt or perhaps some funky beaded jewellery and accessories by Lisa von Muller. Take home a tin lizard by Dudley Siviour or some wonderful photography by Peter MacDonald. Many other pieces are also available.
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Wild Lime Cooking School
Wild Lime Cooking School uses wild bush food in fusion with Asian and Mediterranean cuisine. A two hour hands on class is followed by lunch with local wines. The venue is the gleaming stainless steel kitchen of Wild Lime Cottage situated one and a half hours from both Brisbane and the Gold Coast at the wilderness end of Lamington National Park.
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