Watervale - Fast Facts

Watervale
Small village in the heart of the Clare Valley
Located 118 km north of Adelaide at the southern end of the Clare Valley, Watervale is a pretty town surrounded by vineyards. The town was named because it was located on a tributary of the Wakefield River although it seems to have been a general joke, certainly through the 19th century, for travellers to complain that they arrived in Watervale and could find no water at all.

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Watervale - Places to See

Watervale
Small village in the heart of the Clare Valley
Located 118 km north of Adelaide at the southern end of the Clare Valley, Watervale is a pretty town surrounded by vineyards. The town was named because it was located on a tributary of the Wakefield River although it seems to have been a general joke, certainly through the 19th century, for travellers to complain that they arrived in Watervale and could find no water at all.

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Watervale - Culture and History

Watervale
Small village in the heart of the Clare Valley
Located 118 km north of Adelaide at the southern end of the Clare Valley, Watervale is a pretty town surrounded by vineyards. The town was named because it was located on a tributary of the Wakefield River although it seems to have been a general joke, certainly through the 19th century, for travellers to complain that they arrived in Watervale and could find no water at all.

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Watervale - Sleep

Watervale
Small village in the heart of the Clare Valley
Located 118 km north of Adelaide at the southern end of the Clare Valley, Watervale is a pretty town surrounded by vineyards. The town was named because it was located on a tributary of the Wakefield River although it seems to have been a general joke, certainly through the 19th century, for travellers to complain that they arrived in Watervale and could find no water at all.

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Watervale - Eat

Watervale
Small village in the heart of the Clare Valley
Located 118 km north of Adelaide at the southern end of the Clare Valley, Watervale is a pretty town surrounded by vineyards. The town was named because it was located on a tributary of the Wakefield River although it seems to have been a general joke, certainly through the 19th century, for travellers to complain that they arrived in Watervale and could find no water at all.

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Mintaro - Fast Facts

Mintaro
Superbly preserved historic town on the eastern edge of the Clare Valley.
Located 126 km from Adelaide, Mintaro is a thoroughly charming and largely untouched historic town lying to the east of the Clare Valley. It has the great benefit of being removed from the Main North Road and consequently has missed the inevitable changes that occur on transportation routes.

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