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MORE INFOMembers Save 15% From $30.00 / Adelaide and Monarto Zoos - Two Zoo Pass Meet Wang Wang and Funi, Adelaide Zoos beautiful and endearing Giant Pandas. Visit the bamboo forest and learn all about these amazing animals - find out how the zoo is helping and why the conservation of Giant Pandas is so important. There is so much more to see! Adelaide Zoo has almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and invertebrates living in magnificent botanic settings - over 1800 animals to see and hear!Explore, enjoy, learn! Only a 15 minute walk from the Adelaide CBD, Adelaide Zoo is home to some of the worlds most rare and endangered animals, including some very special Australian native animals. Learn all about the fantastic animals at the Adelaide Zoo from the people who care for them - our Zookeepers. See the macaw free-flight, or the pelicans and penguins catching a fish, or watch the hippo pumpkin feed!Adelaide Zoo is open 9:30am - 5:00pm every day of the year. See Visitor Centre staff for information on daily tours and keeper talks.Monarto Zoological Park is a 1,500-hectare open range zoo located in South Australia administered by the Royal Zoological Society of South Australia. Monarto Zoo is one of the largest open-range zoos in the world and is home to more than 50 species of exotic and native mammals, birds and reptiles. It is located at Monarto approximately 70 kilometres from Adelaide's centre. The Monarto Zoo is open from 9.30am - 5.00pm every day of the year, except in the case of extreme weather. If the weather is predicted 40 degrees or above at Monarto the Zoo will be closed. Please refer to Weatherzone or the Bureau of Meteorology Murray Bridge forecast. Please note: Entry into Monarto Zoo is not permitted after 3:00pm. Upon arrival, please refer to your handout or see the Tours Desk for Keeper Talk Times. The Monarto Zoo's Zu-Loop Shuttle commences at approximately 10:15 am, last full Zu-Loop shuttle is approximately 3.00pm (times are subject to alteration). Weekends, school and public holidays times may vary.Some activities are presented by our keeper staff. Please note that due to weather or animal management considerations, some talks may be canceled without notice. Valid for 3 months from the date of purchase
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $20.00 / Adelaide Zoo - General Admission Adelaide Zoo is just a 15 minute walk from the central business district and is home to more than 1,800 animals and almost 300 species of exotic and native mammals, birds, reptiles and fish exhibited in over eight hectares of magnificent botanic surroundings. Adelaide Zoo is also home to Wang Wang and Funi, the only Giant Pandas in the Southern Hemisphere. The zoo's other major exhibits include the Immersion South East Asian Rainforest, Seal Bay, Australian Rainforest Wetlands walk-through aviary, Nocturnal House, Reptile House, Bug Barn, Children's Zoo and the Westpac Envirodome, and environmental education centre. Zookeepers provide daily animal feeds and keeper talks. You can join an Adelaide Zoo free walkabout tour throughout the day - tours depart from various locations every half hour between 9.45am and 3.30pm. Your ticket may be used for any date within 12 months from the date of purchase.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $125.00 / Adventure Bay Charters - Swim With The Sea Lions Set off on a half-day tour to the crystal clear waters of Seal Cove, where the gorgeous puppies of the sea welcome your arrival as they bound toward the boat with their unmistakable glee and excitement; performing somersaults and graceful swirls, inviting you to join in!
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $220.00 / Barossa Balloon Adventures - 1 Hour Sunrise Balloon Flight Experience the peace and beauty of floating over the beautiful Barossa landscape as the sun is rising. Once back on the ground finish your morning with a delicious gourmet breakfast created with the best Barossa produce and a glass of sparkling wine.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $169.80 / BBQ Buoys - Adelaide BBQ Buoys is a BBQ + boating + party + fun experience company. BBQ Buoys brings the best of our Aussie lifestyle. Rent a self-drive donut-shaped boat with a BBQ on board where you can grill your own lunch! There’s a giant sun umbrella on board too. Just add drinks and nibbles and up to 10 of your friends and it equates to everyone having a brilliant time on the most picturesque city river in the country. Celebrate your special occasion or just relax with family and friends on a BBQ Buoy, Adelaide’s newest place for floating fun. Find us at Pinky Flat on the River Torrens. BBQ Buoys is what happens when two adventurous people live and work across three continents and eventually choose Adelaide, South Australia, as the place they want to live. We know what it’s like to chase the sun and have some #FunAfloat
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $275.00 / d'Arenberg - The Blending Bench and Degustation with Wine Pairing Blend and bottle your own wine, then enjoy an eight course food and wine degustation at d'Arry’s Verandah Restaurant. Working with three barrel samples of single vineyard wine, each with distinctive flavours, you are guided through the blending process to create your own personalised Shiraz, something truly unique. Once you’ve selected your final blend, you bottle a 750ml sample to take home. Afterwards, indulge your tastebuds with an eight course food and wine degustation at d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant, with sweeping views over the rolling hills of McLaren Vale.
MORE INFOMembers Save up to 10% From $129.00 / Escapegoat Adventures - Lofty Descents By Bike Ride from the summit of Mount Lofty on mountain bikes all the way down to Adelaide, though stunning native bush, and enjoy a visit to Cleland Wildlife Park along the way. Spot koalas in their native environment, and see kangaroos and emus during the ride.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $35.00 / Kangaroo Island Spirits Kangaroo Island Distillery produces a regular line of 5 gins, 2 vodkas and 5 liqueuers with a stream of bespoke, limited edition or seasonal products constantly in a state of creation. Operating on a small rural property the Cellar door is a popular place to visit, experience gin and KI hospitality. KI Spirits is a favoured brand and identity in many leading bars, independant bottleshops and hospitality business in South Australia and beyond. Always mindful of humble beginnings KI Spirits is actively involved in many charity and sponsorship events, taking opportunity to share knowledge of craft spirit. The Origins of KIS The KIS story began in 2002, when Jon and Sarah Lark married and set out to establish Australia’s first dedicated gin distillery, where they wanted to do things properly, the traditional way. Over 70 national and international awards since KIS began is testament to Jon and Sarahs passion, skill, persistence and dedication to quality craft spirit, traditionally made with an Australian twist. Jon and Sarah believe that gin should still be predominantly juniper flavoured - it’s a choice (some of the new ones aren’t). But from there on, there's a lot of flexibility and you can almost do or add anything you like. And this is where Jon and Sarah have worked their magic to produce the exquisite uniqueness of KIS gins, which underpins Kangaroo Island Spirits' core values and product personality. Consistency and balance are core KIS values. For Jon and Sarah, it is not about the size of the business; it is about achieving the best reputation,and creating something craft and beautiful. The KIS team is in it for the character of the KIS lifestyle, the passion for inclusion (which includes sharing ideas) and being creative with botanicals. This hands-on, family approach is what being a "Craft Distillery" means to the KIS team – this is the KIS model. Why Kangaroo Island? Jon and Sarah Lark selected Kangaroo Island for a couple of reasons. Sarah describes it as follows: “It’s a beautiful location. It costs a little bit more to get there, but when you are on the Island it feels as if you have turned everything off and you can slow down – that is, of course, until you need to get up at six and turn the still on every morning. We had been living in the desert for a number of years, so a sea change was definitely high on our priority list.” The Experience: We pride ourselves in our Island hospitality, where everyone is made to feel welcome. When you step through the door of Kangaroo Island Spirits, you step into the heart and soul of our boutique distillery. You will have had a good view of “Mary”, our Australian made pot still. Then the aromas from the production area flow through to the tasting room, and you know you are stepping into a genuine distillery. We encourage our products to speak for themselves by offering visitors a taste, and our experienced staff are delighted to talk about our products and how best to enjoy them. Our tranquil Gin Garden is a lovely place to enjoy a G&T, signature affogato or the perfect coffee. The cellar door at Cygnet River is open to visitors for tasting, bottle sales and light refreshments on the following days: Monday: 11am - 5:30pmTuesday: 11am - 5:30pmWednesday: 11am - 5:30pmThursday: 11am - 5:30pmFriday: 11am - 5:30pmSaturday: 11am - 5:30pmSunday: 11am - 5:30pm
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $20.00 / LION-BEER SPIRITS & WINE PTY LTD Take a sensory tour through West End Brewery where you will taste and learn the craft of brewing beer. The tour will take you through our newly renovated Brewhouse on Port Road and a look through our recently upgraded bottling hall. The tour finishes with a beer tasting session where you will experience how beers can be matched with different food. The broad portfolio of beers and ciders made at West End will surprise you.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $20.00 / Monarto Zoo - General Admission Also operated by Zoos SA, Monarto Zoo is Australia’s largest open range zoo. It’s grown from humble beginnings since it was first established as a breeding and pasture area in 1983. Ten years later it opened to the public and is now home to over 500 animals roaming in amazing vistas. It’s an escape from the city that immerses visitors in a natural safari style setting. Both zoos have celebrated outstanding breeding success and our captivating, quirky and unique animals have captured the hearts of our visitors.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $15.00 / Oceanic Victor - Victor Harbor Oceanic Victor brings you an exciting in-sea experience swimming and interacting with some of the favorite local species of South Australia's coasts. Oceanic Victor offers a unique 1.5 hour experience of fun learning and excitement for the whole family, adventure seekers, and those wanting to explore the world beneath the waves of the Fleurieu Peninsula. This tour departs from the famous Granite Island for a short 5 minute boat ride on our luxurious catamaran to our In Sea Aquarium in the sheltered waters of Encounter Bay. Once you arrive you will be fitted into a warm wetsuit with mask, booties and gloves, and then into the water to swim with a plethora of fish as well as our hero's, the amazing Southern Bluefin Tuna. If you don’t want to get wet, you may hand feed our fish from the viewing deck or venture underneath the aquarium in our underwater viewing area and witness these beautiful species in their natural environment. Oceanic Victor’s in-sea aquarium provides a safe and exciting marine environment for those who would never have a chance to experience this fascinating and diverse world and to hopefully inspire our next generation to appreciate and respect our eco systems. We aim to encourage our guests to look after what we have through hands-on experience and to be thrilled at being up close and personal with these incredible fish. And lastly to have FUN!!!
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $65.00 / Oyster Farm Tours - Coffin Bay Experience the pristine clear waters, pure fresh air and creamy salty taste of Coffin Bay Oysters on our Oyster Farm Tours! Wade out into the water, learn to shuck your own oysters, and taste our famous Coffin Bay oysters, moments after being plucked straight out of the sea! An up-close and personal experience with the Oyster Farmer himself, and a once-in-a-lifetime culinary adventure.
MORE INFOMembers Save 5% From $90.00 / Seppeltsfield - Taste Your Birth Year Tour This tour offers the rare opportunity for visitors to try their own birth year vintage Tawny directly from the barrel. Join one of our wine educators in the renowned Centennial Cellar and sip on a wine as old (or young) as you are. Available daily at 2.30pm.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $20.00 / Shaw + Smith - Wine Flights Taste five new release Shaw + Smith wines Duration: approx 45 minutes
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $15.00 / Smiling Samoyed Brewery Smiling Samoyed is a microbrewery located in the small town of Myponga, overlooking the picturesque Myponga Reservoir. Home to the fluffy white Samoyeds, it has become well known for its exceptionally crafted, award winning brews and fresh local food including wood oven pizzas.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $300.00 / St Hugo - Chef's Table St Hugo is located at Rowland Flat in the heart of Australia’s premier wine region, the Barossa Valley. Just over an hour’s drive from Adelaide, this historic destination is home to more than 150 wineries and cellar doors, a thriving local food scene, picturesque landscapes and luxury accommodation.The home of St Hugo honours Hugo Gramp’s lifelong connection to this acclaimed wine region. Discover the power and elegance of St Hugo wines in this captivating setting, overlooking the St Hugo vineyard and Barossa Ranges. At the home of St Hugo in the Barossa Valley, enjoy guided tastings, visits to the vineyard and bespoke experiences, along with specially crafted wine flights in The Lounge and superb regional cuisine in The Restaurant.
MORE INFOMembers Save 10% From $50.00 / St Hugo - Past, Present & Future St Hugo is located at Rowland Flat in the heart of Australia’s premier wine region, the Barossa Valley. Just over an hour’s drive from Adelaide, this historic destination is home to more than 150 wineries and cellar doors, a thriving local food scene, picturesque landscapes and luxury accommodation.The home of St Hugo honours Hugo Gramp’s lifelong connection to this acclaimed wine region. Discover the power and elegance of St Hugo wines in this captivating setting, overlooking the St Hugo vineyard and Barossa Ranges. At the home of St Hugo in the Barossa Valley, enjoy guided tastings, visits to the vineyard and bespoke experiences, along with specially crafted wine flights in The Lounge and superb regional cuisine in The Restaurant.
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