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Dianah out and about in South Australia. Images by David Dahlenburg - view on Flickr

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Dianah
Barossa Valley
Moonta Bay
Burra
Flinders Ranges
Tumby Bay
Warnertown
Yorks
Streaky
Mopa, Barossa Valley
Bethany Wines
Stokes Hill Lookout, Wilpena Pound

Buy fresh, buy South Australian produce wherever possible.  If you are on a budget unprocessed, fresh food does not attract GST

 

 

So good to see SA King Prawns at the market

 

Vine ripened SA tomatoes – thanks to our horticulture industry available now

 

Every time you eat you are either feeding disease of fighting it – support our local producers – your body and your wallet will thank you for it

 

A wealth of information - volunteers at the Iron Knob Tourist Information Centre....listening and learning! I learned so much about this resilient community.

 

Time to change drivers! Thanks Garnett.

 

Kimba...might be half way across Australia but does nothing by halves! Nice chatting with locals and tourists in town.

 

Long way from our Capital but couldn't be closer to the life blood of our State - in Ceduna, South Australia.

 

Recruiting now SAAS - Ceduna, South Australia.

 

Emergency Services HQ - enough said. In Ceduna, South Australia.

 

Gypsum stockpile Thevenard - in Ceduna, South Australia.

 

 

With Caroline Clark-Johannessen - Exceptional coffee at Zedz – fabulous ‘suspended coffee’ and ‘crowd sourcing organic vegie swap’ initiatives– Love your work Franjo Novosel!

 

An ‘Adelaide Hills’ Apple a day…..fresh at McMahon’s

 

Talking SA Seafood at Angelakis Bros  - product labelling perfection!

 

Wudinna - The Australian Farmer (also known as the Big Farmer) is a statue located in Wudinna, South Australia. Regarded as one of Australia's Big Things, the granite sculpture stands at 8 metres (26 ft) in height, and weighs in the vicinity of 70 tonnes. It took 17 years to produce from initial proposal to the final unveiling in 2009, and two years for the artist, Marijan Bekic (with the assistance of his son, David), to carve. The stylised work of a farmer represents the early settlers of the region, with carvings symbolising grain and sheep found within the sculpture.

BTW - Great Coffee at the Bakery and fresh produce at Foodland!

 

The best welcome mother nature had to offer on arrival at Ceduna - sunset over Murat Bay - breathtaking.

 

With Peter Codrington - Flinders Ports, Port Manager Thevenard - in Ceduna, South Australia.

 

Learning about the operation and the Port - in Ceduna, South Australia

 

 

Thevenard - in Ceduna, South Australia.