The Vines Apartments

Address: 81-91 Melbourne Street, Adelaide, South Australia, 5000, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 81-91 Melbourne Street, Adelaide, is near Adelaide Zoo, Art Gallery of South Australia, Migration Museum, and Botanic Park.
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Travel Blogs from Adelaide

Adelaide Zoo

A travel blog entry by codie on Dec 29, 2014

113 photos

... Then we caught a glimpse of a Tasmanian Devil, it was a bit shy so didn't stay long. Funny looking thing.
We finally got to the giraffes, they were wandering up and down their enclosure, maybe not the greatest sign.

Went inside to see some frogs, you had to try and find them as they like to be disguised. Went into another inside place with all nocturnal animals. Managed to see a bandicoot, little mouse and bilby. Couldn't really take pictures with out blinding all ...

Against The Wind

A travel blog entry by paulanddara on Nov 23, 2014

1 comment, 35 photos

... Highway completed, a few of us elected to do just that and give ourselves a couple of days of R&R in Port Augusta. So it was that around 3pm on Tuesday 18th November, we road into Shoreline Caravan Park in Port Augusta, and caught our first sight of the water in the Spencer Gulf. This officially meant that we had done it. We had cycled the 2,834k of the Stuart Highway and crossed Australia from it's northern coast at Darwin to its southern coast at Port Augusta. The ...

Mellow in the Barossa Valley

A travel blog entry by agbucks on Nov 03, 2014

6 photos

... That’s a long time considering Australia’s relative youth. Of course it is well renowned for its Shiraz and from the nearby Eden valley, for its Riesling. But now Cabernet Sauvignon, Mataro, Grenache, Semillon production are all contributing to Barossa’s world standing. The climate of the Barossa area is Mediterranean with cool, wet winters and warm, dry summers. Harvest takes place between February and ...

Flinders Ranges

A travel blog entry by hwodvb on Oct 24, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... to remove all the sheep from the property, hunted all the feral goats to local extinction and the local flora and fauna is recovering ever since. It proves to be an amazingly rich area. Despite the fact that it only receives an average annual rainfall of about 170mm, the richness of the plantlife is stunning, from large gumtrees lining the mostly dry creekbeds to ancient local cypres pines and all sorts of smaller trees, bushes shrubs and grasses. Some parts ...

Getting there...

A travel blog entry by sharynharris on Sep 27, 2014

3 photos

... at around 8.15am. We met Paul and Cindy in the line to go through Customs. We really didn't have time to do anything - by the time we had gone through all the checks and controls, we were boarding Singapore Airlines.
The flight to Singapore was the easy leg. We were well looked after by the lovely Singapore Airlines ladies (and gents). The lunch was very nice, and they provided us with drinks whenever we ...