Activities & Tours

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Activities & Tours

TOURS

We can advise on self-drive itineraries and guided tours in our luxury 4WD (up to 6 passengers), selected from the Activities section below. We can arrange a tailor made full day tour/transfer including lunch, traveling to either the north or the south. Indicative price $350 per person.

Our guided tours include lunch and allow for an informative venture without the concern of mixing wine with driving. One popular feature is a private session with a Clare Valley winemaker to taste the wines, learn some of the finer points about varietals, and take a look at the vineyard and winemaking facilities.

ACTIVITIES

Ideally located in the Clare Valley Region and on the edge of The Outback, there are many activities and trips to be made from North Bundaleer. The following table lists some of them:

Drive Time Location Activity
– – North Bundaleer Library, picnics, walks (400 acres of savannah bushland), Kangaroo spotting, bird-watching, sundowners on Maslin’s Lookout
15 mins Jamestown & surrounding district Bush walking – Bundaleer Forest, Heysen Trail
Mountain Biking – Mawson Trail
Lookouts – Mount Lock, Mount Dare
Golf (9-hole course), bowls, croquet, tennis, swimming
National Trust Museum, Art Gallery
Sir Hubert Wilkins’ birthplace
Hallett Wind Farm
Airstrip
15 mins Spalding Fly fishing (Trout, Murray Cod) in the Broughton River
30 mins Peterborough Historic Steamtown and railway museum
30 mins Stone Hut Old Bakery (best Aussie Pies)
40 mins Clare Valley Wine tasting (especially Riesling & Shiraz)
Cycling and Walking (Riesling Trail)
Golf (18 holes)
40 mins Burra Heritage copper mining town, self-guided tour of Redruth Gaol, Monster Mine, Unicorn Brewery, Miners’ Dugouts, etc
Horseback Riding, Trail Rides (1, 2 and 3 hours)
40 mins Port Pirie Gulf fishing, railway museum, 4WD Tours
1hr 40 mins Southern Flinders Ranges Various lookouts, picnic spots, gorges, wildlife and heritage mining towns (Wirrabara Forest, Alligator Gorge, Terowie Gorge, Mt Remarkable National Park for Mountain cycling and walking, Melrose, the first town in the Flinders Ranges, Kanyaka Homestead Ruins, Yourambulla Aboriginal Caves)
1hr 40 mins Port Augusta Wadlata Aboriginal Museum
Arid Lands Botanical Garden
Spencer Gulf cruises
4WD tours
1hr 40 mins Quorn Pichi Richi steam railway
2 hrs Barossa Valley Wine tasting and fine regional produce
2 hrs Yorke Peninsula Sandy beaches, surfing, snorkeling and Spencer Gulf fishing charters, or jetty fishing
Coastal walks and bird watching
Scuba Diving (Investigator Strait Maritime Heritage Trail, 26 shipwrecks that date from 1849 to 1982, underwater guide available)
Historic Mining and ghost towns (Kadina, Wallaroo, Moonta and Inneston)
Ferry trip to Eyre Peninsula
2 hrs 30 mins Flinders Ranges Bush walking, bird watching, scenic flights, 4WD trails
Wilpena Pound (walking trails and scenic flights)
Brachina Gorge Geological Trail
3 hrs Outback Landscape, wildflowers (seasonal), bush pubs, native foods, pastoral and cattle stations, aboriginal culture
3 hrs Parachilna Historic Prairie Hotel
3 hrs Woomera Heritage centre museum
3 hrs Broken Hill NSW mining town (living museum), art galleries, sculpture
3 hrs Murray River River cruising, bird watching, water skiing, swimming
3 hrs Riverlands Wine tasting, house boating, swimming, golfing
3-5 hrs Eyre Peninsula Gulf & deep sea fishing
Whale watching, swimming with sea lions (Baird Bay)
Gawler Ranges
4WD tours
5-8 hrs Roxby Downs Copper & uranium mining town
5-8 hrs Andamooka Opal mining
5-8 hrs Leigh Creek Coal mining town
5-8 hrs Arkaroola Wilderness Sanctuary, guided tours, scenic flights
5-8 hrs Coober Pedy Fossicking at the world’s largest opal fields
4WD tours

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COMMENTS FROM OUR GUESTBOOK

Thanks for a great two days of wonderful wine tasting. It was educational and we thank you for exposing us to some of your favourite wineries. Great food, wine, company & a comfortable top notch place to sleep.
Mike & Linda, Seattle US

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