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Where the wind goes

Once you take off, you never know where you might land. Michael and Barbara Ludlow are glad their journey has carried them to the Barossa.

Building the canvas so people can create

As the sun sets on the driest part of the country, a new light emerges from the red sand.
Beams of every colour dance across the desert floor and into the night sky for Parrtjima Festival, an Indigenous celebration of light and culture in the heart of Australia.

Making a difference where it matters

For most Barossa families, a trip to the park is one of the easiest weekend outings to execute.
Whilst catching up at our picnic bench though, Seppeltsfield resident, Abbey Underwood, sees past the sunshine and scenery of the area and towards the difficulties of accessing the space for those with a disability.

Turning craft into conversation

You know morning cuppa’s over at the Tinkers Shed when Keith Pfeiffer goes back to work.
“You’ve got two minutes to go,” Keith calls over his shoulder as he returns to the shed floor, to a chorus of laughter.
Good natured banter flows easily between these Tinkers, who come from all walks of life.

Market value

Her heritage is as deeply rooted as the vines of Seppeltsfield, but it’s community that has helped re-affirm to Anna Hayes the true worth of being Barossan.

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Family Bonds

For the footy-loving Schiller family, the adrenalin rush of finishing a hectic vintage isn’t too different from playing a Grand Final. Robert and his sons, Tom and Ben have each donned the boots for Tanunda over the years and whilst they are fiercely proud of their long association with the Magpies; off-field, it’s the land their ancestors developed through the generations that deeply connects this trio.

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Bob Modra – The Sunflower man

Bob Modra is well known around the Barossa for his caring, quiet nature and for being a passionate advocate for mental health – having committed his working life to Child and Adolescent mental health.

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Council Update

Chocolate & Hazelnut Crostata

Send your guests ‘nutty’ with this delicious chocolate and hazelnut crostata that packs a sneaky boozy punch!

The rich combination of maple syrup, Nutella and Frangelico encased in dark chocolate shortcrust pastry is absolute heaven on a plate.

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Old Miss Figgins

The word ‘cocktail’ was first defined in print in a New York newspaper in 1806. It was described as a mix of spirit, water, sugar and bitters. These four ingredients now commonly referred to as an ‘Old Fashioned’ are adaptable to many flavour pairings and are the perfect base for creativity.

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Asher & Shaun’s Wedding

Having tied the knot in December, it’s been two months of honeymoon bliss for newlyweds, Shaun Hausler and Asher Rohde.

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Goodbye Neighbours

Do you get on well with your neighbours? Or maybe not so much? Whatever the case, sometimes it’s nice to have a little privacy in your yard. Of course fences are great for this, however, I’d much prefer a ‘green wall’ to look at.

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Pet friendly gardens

Many of us have beloved fur babies (dogs or cats) that are part of the family and share our homes and gardens with us.
When living with a pet it is important to check for dangers in the home which may cause harm.

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Showcasing Barossa Talent

Firmly embedded in the tradition of the Barossa Vintage Festival, the much-loved Barossa Vintage Festival Art Prize is a group exhibition presented by the Barossa Regional Gallery and The Barossa Council featuring artists from the Barossa, South Australia and beyond.

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