One of Australia's major wine-producing areas, the gently sloping Barossa Valley in the south lies only about 30 miles outside Adelaide. It was settled in 1842 by German immigrants still retains a European feel, as evidenced by its many old village churches. To get into the nitty-gritty of the area, detour off the main road, either on an organized day trip from Adelaide or on a self-guided tour of the wineries.
The soil profile in South Australia's Coonawarra region - the flavours some from the limestone. Read more http://www.visitvineyards.com/south-australia/wrattonbully/tours/itineraries-trails/wine-food-travel-articles/regional-overview-coonawarra
McLaren Vale Lakeside Caravan Park a Caravan Park McLaren Vale South Australia is nestled in the heart of McLaren Vale wine region and offers the perfect spot to relax, while being a convenient base for touring the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Day 2 sees Dad enjoying a wine tour in Sydney, Melbourne or in the world-renowned region of South Australia. Gorgeous pic of Barossa Valley!
Adelaide: Barossa Valley Australia’s Famous Wine Region
Murray River Paddlesteamers : Pride of the Murray, started life Barge C24 in 1924, was built up from the abandoned barge in 1976 re-launched as Pride of the Murray cruise boat, along with Emmy Lou.
Great Ocean Road http://www.viator.com/photos/Melbourne-tours/2-Day-Combo-Melbourne-City-Tour-Yarra-River-Cruise-and-Great-Ocean-Road-Day-Trip/1946602?aid=pin1
Echuca Paddleasteamers - PS Pevensey - PS Alexander Arbuthnot - Paddlesteamer Cruises on the Murray River Echuca Moama
Hardware Lane, Melbourne CBD. Victoria Australia
The Hosier Lane graffiti is a must see when in #Melbourne #Australia Great shot by @Wendy Felts Maximus (instagram)