Wayfarer TV Show: Episode 5 of Series 3, inside Adelaide’s new Sequoia Pavilion

Traveler The blockbuster destination-based TV show is back for an all-Australian Series 3 and the fifth episode, released worldwide today (October 15), takes place in the Adelaide Hills, home to the one of South Australia’s most exciting hotel experiences, Sequoia lodge, the hot new addition to the vast Mount Lofty estate.

In the episode, Traveler award-winning host and editor-in-chief of HM, James gregory wilkinsonheads Domaine du Mont Lofty, and meet General Manager Jesse Kornoff to find out what’s on offer at the famous Mt Lofty House, Hardy’s Verandah Restaurant and the stunning new ultra-luxury lodge, Sequoia.

Hardy’s Verandah restaurant is also known for an incredible wine list and Wilkinson receives information from Mount Lofty Estate Wine Director Liinaa Berry.

Adelaide and the Surrounding Area will be featured in the first six episodes of Series 3 and feature many of the best hotels, bars, restaurants, galleries, wineries, and attractions that the city and surrounding areas have to offer.

The episodes, essential guides to Adelaide and the surrounding area for business and leisure travelers, will be shown here on our HM website and Traveler YouTube channel every second Friday and will be promoted to Traveler global audience of over 80,000 people.

After the episodes of Adelaide and the surrounding area, the 30-part series will move to Tasmania, then New South Wales, Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory.

Nowadays, Traveler (Series 1, 2 and 3) has been broadcast in over 40 countries to over 4 million people, including on Foxtel in Australia, onboard WestJet in Canada, on Roku Channel in the United States, Canada and United Kingdom, and on ViacomCBS Application ‘PlutoTV’ in Europe.

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