Weekender Herald

Photos from The Weekender Herald newspaper which is distributed across the Adelaide Hills, south Australia. Newspaper online at http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/
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Now in its 16th year, the annual Adelaide Hills Wine Show is increasing in popularity with around 450 wines up for judging from 97 exhibitors all using Adelaide Hills sourced grapes. Photo: Hills Wine Show Convenor Leigh Ratzmer - winemaker for Wicks Estate. Photo by Phil Martin. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Now in its year, the annual Adelaide Hills Wine Show is increasing in…

Strathalbyn High School opened its doors to 38 students on Monday, April 14, 1913 and this month they are hosting events to celebrate their centenary year. Photo: Chloe Baker, Tony Sheldon, Elijah Jones holding the school’s centenary book, Courtney Burns, Principal Trevor Fletcher and Helen Wakefield. Photo by Phil Martin http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Strathalbyn High School opened its doors to 38 students on Monday, April 14, 1913 and this month they are hosting events to celebrate their centenary year. Photo: Chloe Baker, Tony Sheldon, Elijah Jones holding the school’s centenary book, Courtney Burns, Principal Trevor Fletcher and Helen Wakefield. Photo by Phil Martin http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Excitement is building in Uraidla as the town comes   closer to getting its own community Men’s Shed which   has been almost two years in the making. Photo: At   the site of the new men’s shed in Uraidla are John   Bourne, Terry Beeston, Evelyn Bourne, Natasha   Cramond, Sarah Cramond and Lynne Griffiths. Photo by   John Hemmings.   http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Excitement is building in Uraidla as the town comes closer to getting its own community Men’s Shed which has been almost two years in the making. Photo: At the site of the new men’s shed in Uraidla are John Bourne, Terry Beeston, Evelyn Bourne, Natasha Cramond, Sarah Cramond and Lynne Griffiths. Photo by John Hemmings. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

The Adelaide Hills is home to a new and unique   mobile art outlet thanks to the creative vision of   Oakbank resident Rene Strohmayer. Photo: Rene   Strohmayer with her pop up art gallery sells works   from a range of Adelaide Hills artists. Photo by   John Hemmings.   http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

The Adelaide Hills is home to a new and unique mobile art outlet thanks to the creative vision of Oakbank resident Rene Strohmayer. Photo: Rene Strohmayer with her pop up art gallery sells works from a range of Adelaide Hills artists. Photo by John Hemmings. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

After many years working as a musical director, a rock ‘n roll pianist and a cocktail lounge pianist you can now find musician Tim Edhouse teaching at Aldgate in the Adelaide Hills. Photo: Piano teacher Tim Edhouse with students Isabella and Riley Henderson. The Hendersons’ grandpa John Fisk looks on. Photo by Philip Martin http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

After many years working as a musical director, a rock ‘n roll pianist and a cocktail lounge pianist you can now find musician Tim Edhouse teaching at Aldgate in the Adelaide Hills. Photo: Piano teacher Tim Edhouse with students Isabella and Riley Henderson. The Hendersons’ grandpa John Fisk looks on. Photo by Philip Martin http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

The sport of polocrosse originated in Australia in 1939 and currently boasts over 4,000 players nationwide. Described as a mix between polo, lacrosse and netball, polocrosse is played on horseback and there are currently four clubs operating in South Australia. Photo: Polocrosse enthusiasts Dylan Prior, Julie Morris and Clint Prior. Photo by John Hemmings. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

The sport of polocrosse originated in Australia in 1939 and currently boasts over 4,000 players nationwide. Described as a mix between polo, lacrosse and netball, polocrosse is played on horseback and there are currently four clubs operating in South Australia. Photo: Polocrosse enthusiasts Dylan Prior, Julie Morris and Clint Prior. Photo by John Hemmings. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Latest edition out now with Sunshine in a van on the   cover.   http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Latest edition out now with Sunshine in a van on the cover. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

As summer gets well under way people throughout the   Hills are keeping cool, getting fit, competing and   having fun at various local swimming clubs. One such club is the Mountain. Photo: Kate Riches,   Simone Richards, Matilda Kell, Sarah Coldwell with   coach Adam Caruna at the Mountain Pool, Mount   Barker. Photo by John Hemmings.   http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

As summer gets well under way people throughout the Hills are keeping cool, getting fit, competing and having fun at various local swimming clubs. One such club is the Mountain. Photo: Kate Riches, Simone Richards, Matilda Kell, Sarah Coldwell with coach Adam Caruna at the Mountain Pool, Mount Barker. Photo by John Hemmings. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

As well as marking the beginning of summer, the first week of December has seen the exciting start to the Christmas rush for local Christmas tree growers. Photo: Andrew and Jo Collins with a few of their Christmas trees. Photo by Philip Martin. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

As well as marking the beginning of summer, the first week of December has seen the exciting start to the Christmas rush for local Christmas tree growers. Photo: Andrew and Jo Collins with a few of their Christmas trees. Photo by Philip Martin. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Viticulturist and winner of the 2012 Australian Rural Women’s Award Mary Retallack has added yet another string to her bow – as a delivery service of bugs to vineyards. Photo: Mary Retallack on her Vespa. Photo by Philip Martin http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Viticulturist and winner of the 2012 Australian Rural Women’s Award Mary Retallack has added yet another string to her bow – as a delivery service of bugs to vineyards. Photo: Mary Retallack on her Vespa. Photo by Philip Martin http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Latest edition out now. Visit   http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Latest edition out now. Visit http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Back row: Heather Guest, Matthew Hinton, Alex Webber, Scott Nowak, Kel Dunningham, Mark Nelson, Hollie Epps, Allan Kohler. Front row: Simon Passehl, David Pym, Jack Sciffer, Brigette Sim, John Trigge, Sandy Mann, Jason Mann. Photo by Andrew Beveridge

Back row: Heather Guest, Matthew Hinton, Alex Webber, Scott Nowak, Kel Dunningham, Mark Nelson, Hollie Epps, Allan Kohler. Front row: Simon Passehl, David Pym, Jack Sciffer, Brigette Sim, John Trigge, Sandy Mann, Jason Mann. Photo by Andrew Beveridge

It is not hard to imagine the devastation that a destructive flood or severe storm can cause to homes and property. Photo: SES volunteers Hollie Epps, Jack Sciffer and Brigette Sim. Photo by Andrew Beveridge. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

It is not hard to imagine the devastation that a destructive flood or severe storm can cause to homes and property. Photo: SES volunteers Hollie Epps, Jack Sciffer and Brigette Sim. Photo by Andrew Beveridge. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Reigniting the Christmas spirit in one Adelaide Hills town is the annual Nairne Carols by the Lake which will be held on Friday, December 6 at picturesque Bythorne Park. James and Melissa Holtham and Seth Taylor. Photo by John Hemmings http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Reigniting the Christmas spirit in one Adelaide Hills town is the annual Nairne Carols by the Lake which will be held on Friday, December 6 at picturesque Bythorne Park. James and Melissa Holtham and Seth Taylor. Photo by John Hemmings http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Latest edition of the Weekender Herald now online at  http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Latest edition of the Weekender Herald now online at http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Showcasing some of the state’s best and fairest American muscle cars is the annual Uraidla Hot Rod and Classic Picnic which will be held on Sunday, December 1. Photo: Brian Clifford with his restored 1956 Buick Special Riviera. Photo by Phil Martin. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

Showcasing some of the state’s best and fairest American muscle cars is the annual Uraidla Hot Rod and Classic Picnic which will be held on Sunday, December 1. Photo: Brian Clifford with his restored 1956 Buick Special Riviera. Photo by Phil Martin. http://adelaidehills.realviewtechnologies.com/

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