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Active Retirees : Active Retirees Dec-Jan 2012
Active RetireesTM | 13 TRAVEL NEWS WALK THIS WAY Kosciuszko summit walk Length: 12.2km / 6 hours Difficulty: Moderate / hard W: www.snowymountains.com.au Summer is the perfect time for walkers to head to the high country and reclaim the alps from skiers. Kosciuszko stands at just 2228m but the views from its summit are breathtaking all the same. From the Kosciuszko Express Chairlift, follow the wide metal walkway gradually uphill. After 4.5km, just past Australia’s highest lake, Lake Cootapatamba, you’ll find the country’s highest toilet block. This marks the start of the final 1.6km ascent, which winds gradually around the mountain to its rocky peak. In early summer, you may walk through occasional snow drifts, which not only add to the excitement, but also make the views of the Main Range all the more dramatic. •• After winning numerous awards over the past five years for sustainable practice and ecotourism, Sinclair’s Gully Winery in SA’s Adelaide Hills has now been officially inducted into AdvantageSA’s Hall of Fame. The winery has been recognised for its commitment to preserving the surrounding endangered candlebark woodland and to reducing its carbon footprint. Sinclair’s Gully hosts twilight tasting sessions from 5pm to 9pm every Friday evening from January to March, as well as educational Sparkling Disgorging Sessions each Saturday and Sunday year -round. •• What: Sinclair’s Gully Winery Where: Adelaide Hills, SA W: www.sinclairsgully.com E: firstname.lastname@example.org T: (08) 8390 1995 Travel guide SA winemakers join hall of fame
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