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      A day on the green concerts

      Highly recommend the day onthe green concerts. Check website for up and coming bands.

      A Day On The Green

      Im off to see Blondie and the pretenders this weekend. Great atmosphere sitting on a picnic chair or rug with your cool box of nibbles, sipping wine and some great music - makes you realise why you went through all the hassel to come to Australia - Give it a go!!!

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      We are going on Sat aswell, there seems to be a lot of rules of things not to take in! No soft drinks but can take water in sealed plastic bottles, can we task a flask of tea aswell??! Or will this be taken away? Anyone know?
      Really looking forward to seeing the bands, both together amazing!

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      The Dimmocks
      We went up to the Barossa to Pete Lehmann Winery to see Crowded House a few weeks ago. They were checking peoples bags. We had the 3 kids with us, boys in double buggy piled up with stuff, but they just waved us through. We took water but also brought the flavoured water as well. There were lots of places to get food or drink and all seemed pretty reasonable.

      Was a really good event kids had a ball, they love Crowded House.
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