In the heart of the Coonwarra wine region, Bellwether marks the halfway point between Melbourne and Adelaide, making it an excellent point to break up the journey.
Kylie McLaughlin is the deputy editor of Traveller.com.au. Having lived in the UK and Ireland for some time and travelled extensively in Southeast Asia and Europe, her current obsession is North America, where she plans to eventually cover all 52 states. Kylie is also an avid photographer - check out her Instagram account @kylieam.
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