Bridgewater Mill

Bridgewater

Bridgewater
Charming village on Cox's Creek famous for its Mill.
Located only 22 km from Adelaide via the South East Freeway, Bridgewater is an attractive village which is noted for its exceptionally beautiful old watermill.

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Pitman Park

Salisbury

Salisbury
Large northern suburban area of Adelaide - now a city
Salisbury, with a population which is expected to reach 116,000 by 2001, is a large city which is now part of the northern suburbs of Adelaide. It is defined by the Pookara railway line, the Para river at the Old Spot Hotel and from the eastern foothills of the Adelaide Hills to the sea. It is located 20 km north of the Adelaide Central Business District.

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The cliffs at Hallett Cove

Port Noarlunga

Port Noarlunga (including Old Noarlunga and Hallett Cove)
Historic port now a pleasant holiday resort destination.
This area, which is steeped in the early history of South Australia, has become part of the southern sweep of Adelaide's suburbs. Located only 35 km from Adelaide it is a pleasant half hour's drive with the major attractions being the beach and the cliffs at Hallett Cove (now surrounded by modern suburban development), the attractive historic churches in Old Noarlunga and Port Noarlunga with its beach and jetty which, now that it has been by-passed, is a peaceful family holiday destination.

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Grapes ready for picking near Reynella

Reynella

Reynella
Well known vineyard area on the edge of Greater Adelaide
Located only 21 km south of Adelaide and 120 metres above sea level, Reynella is now part of the outer suburbs of the state's capital. The sprawl of Adelaide is quite remarkable. To the south it stretches down Gulf St Vincent and there are literally wineries everywhere. There is the huge Hardy Wine Company and various small wine companies. Vineyards appear to be growing in the suburbs.

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The Blumburg Hotel

Birdwood

Birdwood
Pretty little town in the Adelaide Hills
Located 44 km from Adelaide in the heart of the Adelaide Hills, Birdwood is an attractive town with the National Motor Museum as its major tourist attraction.

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Aldgate Pump and Aldgate Pump Hotel

Aldgate

Interesting small village in the Adelaide Hills

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Summertown Police Station

Summertown

Summertown
Small unspoilt village in the Adelaide Hills
Located in the heart of the Adelaide Hills 24 km via Glen Osmond Road, Crafers and Mount Lofty, Summertown is the very essence of the Hills. Where the other towns and villages have their own charm and sophistication, Summertown (particularly the road from Crafers to Summertown and from Summertown to Piccadilly) seems like a little piece of Italy or southern France magically transported to the hills outside Adelaide.

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