Southern Flinders Produce Trail
Well known for the rugged Mount Remarkable and Alligator Gorge, the Southern Flinders has a burgeoning culture of food, wine and the arts. The remoteness of the area has bred a talented crew of grass roots producers, tending passionately to their to orchards, wineries, livestock and broadacre pursuits to produce an amazing array of quality produce.
Look closely... there's so much to discover! Around that bend is an ancient freshwater spring. In that quiet street is a gorgeous art gallery. Over there you can hear jazz music playing at a cellar door. Upstairs at that pub you will find funky boutique accommodation, and just behind there is a picture perfect, slow-flowing creek.
Stay longer, look closely.
Click here to download the printed brochure supporting the Southern Flinders Produce Trail.
Will you be in the beautiful Southern Flinders Ranges this Easter weekend? Then you're in luck as the wonderful gem of a market at Port Germein is on Easter Sunday March 27th from 9 am till 2pm. Just a short drive after you turn off Highway One and you're at the Foreshore Market next to the longest wooden Jetty and a market place full of 'treasures' and wonderful homemade preserves, jams, local olive oil, honey, organic produce ... plants, hand made crafts and bric-a-brac. Take a relaxing break and even a ride in the Crab Train!
Steamtown is excited to announce a new display titled "South Australia's Railways and the World War Years". The exhibition will be here for 3 years and commemorates the solders who served in WW I and II, who were seconded from their respective railway jobs. Peterborough played a major role with troops coming through from Adelaide to the Northern Territory.
Our last Market Day for 2015 is this Sunday, December 20th. Come and enjoy our Christmas market of locally made foods, preserves, olive oil and honey, plants and bric-a-brac. So much variety. Relax with a ride on the Crab Train. Enjoy the playground, beach and walk the long wooden jetty. 9:00am till 2:00pm