• Borung Station

    "Borung" is a 2,000-acre grain and stud merino farm. We tour this property with owner Peter and Kerry Kroehn and dine at Borung homestead with local farmers.
  • Abundant native wildlife

    Bungaree Station abounds with native bird life,
    kangaroos and emus
  • Adelaide Growers Markets

    At 6.30 a.m. we travel to the Growers market at Pooraka to meet with fresh fruit and vegetable management and their producers.
  • Bungaree Station

    Bungaree Station, established in 1841, is situated 140 kms from Adelaide in the Clare Valley. Originally set up like a small village, with a beautiful sandstone Homestead, Woolshed, Shearers Quarters, Stable Yard, Station Store, Managers House, staff cottages, District Council Chambers and a Church. Today, it is a living record of rural Australia.
  • Tooralie Station

    Spen time touring this 2,000-acre semi-arid, sheep, cattle, and grain farm with your hosts.
AGRICULTURE GROUP TOUR
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AGRICULTURAL GROUP TOUR - 2 day 1 night
The primary industries of agriculture, forestry and fishing have played a lead role in South Australia‟s economic development since European settlement, and continue to be a major source of wealth creation and export earnings for the state.

The agricultural sector directly contributes about 4% of gross state product (GSP) in South Australia, with the major components being wheat and barley, and wool production, while the fisheries and forestry industries also are important income generating activities.

Although much of the state is arid, the southern areas receive suitable levels of rainfall for a wide array of agricultural-based activities, including wine and dairy production, growing of fruit and vegetable, cut flowers and poultry.

Day 1
6.30 a.m. Travel to the Growers market at Pooraka to meet with fresh fruit and vegetable management and producers.
11:00 a.m. Arrive Bungaree Station said to be the most historical rural settlement in South Australia, owned by Sally and George Hawker. Prior to lunch tour the complex surrounding the homestead, and following lunch, tour this 7,000-acre grazing property with Sally or senior staff member.
3.30 p.m. Depart Bungaree Station and travel to Hallett and Tooralie Station, where the Brian and Shirley Pohlner family will welcome you for an overnight stay. Over recent years the Polners have reduced their property.not sure what this is referring to?

Accommodation: Tooralie Station or similar on or near the river.
Day 2
After breakfast time spent touring this 2,000-acre semi-arid, sheep, cattle, and grain farm with your hosts.
The property abounds with native bird life, kangaroos and emus.
Lunch will be at Tooralie Station
1:00pm Depart Tooralie and travel to Waikerie to arrive at 3.45 p.m. at "Borung", a 2,000-acre grain and stud merino farm. Tour the property with owner Peter and Kerry Kroehn and dine at Borung homestead with local farmers.
After dinner return to Adelaide for the evening or overnight in the Barossa Valley.
Details & Booking
COST PER PERSON
Please refer to the tour code and index page for correct pricing.

NO OF PERSONS
8

DEPARTS
on request

TOUR INCLUSIONS
Most breakfasts, lunches & dinners on tour
Trained Agricultural guide, luxury coach, all touring, meals and 1 night's accommodation*

PICK UP & DROP OFF
Adelaide CBD or as requested.


NOTES
A 3 day tour would stay in Riverland and visit large vegetable farms and stone fruit orchards
before heading to the Barossa Valley for wine tasting and vineyard visits. There are also large piggeries in the area.

Please use our contact form to place an enquiry or phone to discuss.

* Accommodation based on twin share occupancy. Single supplement may be required


TOUR CODE
TSA-FAGRI2


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