You won’t be staying in this weekend, with plenty of fun to suit all ages, so get ready to farewell mad March in style.
What’s on: A day at the polo, family fun and Australia’s biggest outdoor winery party
Enjoy the ultimate Sunday fun day at the iconic Bird In Hand Verco Cup polo tournament within the stunning surrounds of the Adelaide Hills. This prestigious event will take place this Sunday, March 28 from 11am until 6pm at the Adelaide Polo Club, in Woodside, located opposite the iconic Bird In Hand Winery. Dress to impress and enter the fashions on the field competition, mingle with International Polo stars and enjoy a glass of sparkling wine with family and friends.
FAMILY DAY OUT
Get the family together and take a day trip to Thorn-Clarke wines for their annual Feast & Forage event. There will be live music, food trucks, wine for the adults and activities for the kids. The event is held in their cellar door gardens, with picturesque views of the vineyards. Guests are encouraged to bring their own chairs and picnic rugs. It’s a free event, however attendees must register for tickets via Eventbrite.
PARTY AMONGST THE VINES
Get the crew together this Saturday and get ready to party at Vine Warp 2021. Relive the 70s, 80s, 90s and 00s at Leconfield Wines in the stunning McLaren Vale. It will be a day of sunshine amongst the vines, with delicious Leconfield wines, gourmet food and live entertainment. Throw on the flares, dust off the double denim and head to Australia’s biggest outdoor winery party, celebrating the best music, dance and fashion of the past four decades.
Registrations are now open for True Grit SA, a military-inspired obstacle challenge. Get training now to take part in the 10-kilometre full distance course with 30-plus obstacles or the 5-kilometre half course with 15 obstacles. Taking place at Caudo Vineyard, located on the banks of the Murray River, the course winds through the 1100-acre property, tracking across vineyards, woodlands, water bodies and silky sand dunes. Online registrations close on May 5. Get your tickets now before the next price rise.
Get active for a morning of family-friendly fun, fitness and fundraising. The Memory Walk and Jog is back again to raise funds for Dementia Australia. Help beat dementia at Glenelg’s Colley Reserve on Sunday, March 28. How you take part is up to you, with the option to walk, jog or participate in the 10-kilometre timed run course. Register as an individual or group online or on the day.
Head to Monarto Safari Park and check out their new 550-hectare precinct, Wild Africa. Home to 38 scimitar-horned oryx, 14 blackbuck, and three ostriches. The oryx are a striking antelope species from North Africa and are so rare that large herds don’t exist in the wild. If you plan on visiting Monarto Safari Park, bookings are strongly encouraged and can be made via the park’s website.
For more of what’s happening around SA this month, pick up the March issue of SALIFE magazine, out now.
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