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Racing towards a dream

Brad Vaughan is following his childhood dream of becoming a race-car-driver in Australia’s top level, Supercars.

Having a ball

In Langmeil Church hall on a Wednesday night, the banter is flying across the table almost as quickly as the little white ball. In a typical display of competitive spirit, the blokes at each end of the table have come to play, both for points and bragging rights.

A second chance at life

After spending 42 years as a winemaker, Peter Ruchs knows his way around a barrel, and has given hundreds of them a second chance at life.

Beautifying our Hometown

Our beloved Barossa is without a doubt one of the most beautiful locations in the world!
A prestigious valley of luxury, opportunity, and pride. And while the impulse to travel will entice us to explore other parts of the world, upon each return our rolling hills and well-manicured townships provide an alluring reminder that this is our home.

Listening and a love for stories

Anne Marschall has a love for other people’s stories. The power of stories is what this principal of Good Shepherd Lutheran School, Angaston has drawn inspiration from for years.

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Ellen Chatterton

Ellen has embarked on a unique venture and created a nice niche for herself in the sheep dairy market. These sheep are not what you may be used to in the Australian landscape, like Merino. Ellen is building a flock mixed with East Friesian and Awassi breeds (from the middle east) renowned for their milking ability, calm nature and consistent output.

Michael Wohlstadt

Ellen has embarked on a unique venture and created a nice niche for herself in the sheep dairy market. These sheep are not what you may be used to in the Australian landscape, like Merino. Ellen is building a flock mixed with East Friesian and Awassi breeds (from the middle east) renowned for their milking ability, calm nature and consistent output.

Cheesy Zucchini and Feta Loaf

This loaf is delicious on its own and also fantastic with poached eggs for breakfast, and/or topped with avocado. Can be made with gluten free flour if you are gluten/wheat intolerant.

Sunset Spritz

Sunset Spritz is a favourite at The Louise. Combining house-made lemon myrtle syrup, local vodka and sparkling water it’s an easy and delicious spritz to make at home – but it’s so much better to have Appellation do it for you before an unforgettable dinner.

Local Business Updates

Tiny Built Co. makes a huge impact

Owning a luxurious and eco-friendly home is now possible with Tiny Built Co., a locally owned and operated manufacturing company in Tanunda, that specialises in building boutique tiny homes that can be delivered anywhere in Australia.

Emma & Ray’s Wedding

After living in Canada for some time, three years ago Ray Sich got down on one knee proposing to Emma Gurney at the magical Yellowstone National Park, marking an important day on the Sich calender.

Kristi & Darren’s Wedding

After both Kristi and Darren had been going on separate family holidays to Streaky Bay for over fifteen years, the pair finally crossed paths at the Streaky Bay Hotel and the rest was history.

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