Kaiser Stuhl Conservation Park in the Barossa Ranges between Tanunda and Angaston, this park offers excellent opportunities for bushwalkers with two walking trails – the 2.4km Stringybark Loop providing a taste of the park’s natural landscapes, while the Main Fire Track provides access to the Pewsey Vale Forest and Heysen Trail. You will see kangaroos especially early mornings and at dusk. Well worth a visit.
The Peak at Pewsey Vale by Alfred Sells (1821-1908). 1898. Sells was an Anglican clergyman from who arrived in SA in May 1877 and became the Incumbent of Holy Trinity Church at Lyndoch and later at St Michael's Church at Mitcham for four years from February 1884. He returned to England in 1888. The paintings were done in England, presumably from sketches made while in SA. http://www.samemory.sa.gov.au/site/page.cfm?u=461&c=5303