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Redarc

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Based in Lonsdale, South Australia, Redarc has over 30 years experience in the research, design, development and manufacture of a range of electronic voltage converters and associated products including inverters, power supplies, battery chargers, CANBus modules, turbo timers, glow plug timers, trailer braking products and customised electronic modules.

Essentially, Redarc’s products are attached to any moving vehicle that uses battery power including cars, boats, rail, trucks, mining equipment, bus and emergency vehicles.

Redarc’s goal is to ensure that the Redarc product and service is the benchmark by which the competition is measured.

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HolmesDyer

Planning and consulting blends the governance, management and consultation skills of Helen Dyer with the design, development and planning skills of business partner Stephen Holmes to provide a company that creates, manages and delivers; land, cities and communities.

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The Grapes of Ross

Travelling to the Barossa Valley in South Australia, call in to The Grapes of Ross, a family wine producing business where grapes are sourced and selected from the 4th generation family property in the Lyndoch Valley.

I would recommend you call in and taste some wine and buy a few bottles of South Australian wine to enjoy at home. 

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Waverley Woolen Mills

Established in 1874.

Waverley Woollen Mills, Australia’s oldest weaving mill.

Support this Australian manufacturer. Visit their online shop,

AUSTRALIA’S OLDEST TEXTILE MILL STILL OPERATING IN TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA.

With bare hands and basic tools, Waverley Woollen Mills was built beside Distillery Creek in Tasmania, Australia.

Waverley remains as the oldest textile mill in Australia still operating from its original site in Tasmania.