TOP 8 THINGS TO DO ON THE DUDLEY PENINSULA
Though the New Shoots Festival on Kangaroo Island has been postponed to 2022, there is still plenty to do around the Dudley Peninsula this weekend Friday 19th-Sunday 21st November.
1. Golf & Wine at Dudley Wines
Located on the Clifftop, Dudley Wines Cellar Door boast spectacular ocean views across backstairs passage. With a large portfolio of 14 wines, from bubbles to the complex, sweet balanced ‘Stud’ there’s something for everyone’s pallet. Be tempted for a swing at the one hole, one par golf course. Pre-order from their small menu of Platters and Pizza as you enjoy the moment and the view.
2. FOD at Penneshaw Hotel
Head to outdoor Alfresco of Penneshaw Hotel where you’ll be met with uninterrupted ocean views. Try out the Fish of the Day (FOD), with recent specials of Ocean Trout Linguine and Salt Water Barramundi or share a Sea Platter amongst two with FOD, SA King Prawns, Boston Bay Mussels, Lemon Pepper Squid, Crumbed Scallops served with a thick cut chips, house salad and Lemon & Dill Aioli.
3. KI Sculpture Trail
Overlooking Penneshaw Beach, positioned on 4.5 hectares of dunes amongst the native wildlife. The 1.5kms of the trail, winds through the dunes and features lookouts, steps, boardwalks, a swing bridge, seating and scenic views with a surprise at every turn
Image: Kangaroo Island Sculpture Trail
4. East End Events Open Mic
This Saturday 20th November, from 1pm join East End Events welcome the young and old for an afternoon of live musical entertainment with local and mainland acts. Food and Drinks available.
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5. Live Music with False Cape Wines
Nestled among vineyards and gum trees, this hand built cellar door has been constructed from jetty timbers and recycled wood. With large outside spaces with enclosed lawns, kids nature playground and half basketball court. An idyllic setting for sitting back with cheese platter and a glass wine.
Join False Cape this Sunday 1-5pm with live music from ‘Lost Willy’, 4 hours of wood oven pizzas and drink on arrival. Bookings essential, limited spaces. $40pp
Image: South Australian Tourism Commission
6. Brunch at Mille Mae's
A charming café in the heart of Penneshaw, cobbled together by recycled corrugated iron and stained upcycled doors and windows. It’s a one Stop Shop, from local produced food made with love, to the onsite Pantry full of Artisan Local Produce and Gifts
7. Rack of Ribs at Fire & Smoke
A menu based on their Italian heritage made with love and passion, this family friendly eatery is only 200m away from the ferry and offers an extensive menu of local seafood dishes, hand rolled brick oven pizza’s and homemade pasta. Wanting something a more meaty, tender and juicy? Try Fire & Smokes Pork Ribs smothered in their own house blend of sweet and tangy BBQ sauce, a popular dinner choice for any visitor.
8. Climb Cape Willoughby Light House
Cape Willoughby conservation park is home to South Australia’s first lighthouse. Take a step back in time and learn what it was like to be Lighthouse keeper at Cape Willoughby. Rich in maritime history, a local guide will convey the story of this rugged site as you climb to the top on a daily tour.
Image: Quentin Chester
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