At Joe’s Corner, Melrose we are aiming for slow, conscious consumerism with a preloved, recycled and handmade ethos. Lovingly sabotaged by 2 impulsive, frugal SCOTS who can’t resist a bargain. Joe’s is next open Sat 9th July to Sun 17th July, typically 10-4pm
ESCAPE – Allow Experience Melrose Mountain Bike Experience to choose the perfect adventure for you. The gateway to the Flinders Ranges, an easy escape from Adelaide, scarcely 3 hours north, once you arrive you will not want to leave! Our hub is located at the heritage listed Jacka Brothers Brewery, stunning stone buildings dating back to
Gumview Gourmet at Melrose offers personalised traditional catering for special occasions or a unique family gathering. We produce high quality seasonal choices at a place chosen by you; either at our property “Gumview”, in your home or at your selected venue. You can personailse your menu from our multitude of specialty meals; all cooked with
Experience Melrose is located at the beautiful Jacka bros brewery. Our providore allows you to hand pick your very own picnic, we supply you with boards and rugs and this pairs perfectly with a Remarkable Ale or local gin or wine all under the stunning backdrop of Mt remarkable.
Melrose Rural Care is a long day care centre, open 8 am to 6 pm, from Monday to Friday every week of the year, with the exception of closure over the Christmas and New Year. Care is available on a waitlist system, for 0-12 year olds. We are licensed to care for 4 children under
The Flinders Mobile Library provides free public library services to Melrose on a fortnightly basis throughout the year. The Flinders Mobile Library is part of the “one card” network of South Australian Public Libraries. So, membership here gives you access to every library in SA, and also online access to a diverse range of eBook, eAudiobook
The school is an integral part of the Melrose Town and District and is greatly valued by the community. School staff and the Governing Council are committed to developing positive relationships within the school community by valuing and acknowledging all contributions. This has positive benefits for our student’s wellbeing needs and their learning outcomes.
The monument erected by public subscription commemorates those who died in service or were killed in action in World War One. A metal plaque was installed in front of the monument in 2006 with photographs and details of those who died. After the subject had lain dormant for some time, about six weeks ago the