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When in Adelaide …

Written on March 6, 2020 in Adelaide

Whether you’re a local looking to entertain some visitors, here for a festival or stopping off before discovering more of South Australia, take time to enjoy all Adelaide has to offer. Food: From cafes to tasting plates and fine dining, there is a wide range of foodie experiences across the city and suburbs of South...

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A taste of (South) Australia

Written on February 7, 2020 in Adelaide

Tasting Australia is stepping up its game in 2020. From Friday, 27 March to Sunday, 5 April, the event will provide the ultimate dining and learning experiences, paired with world class wine and beverages. Included in this year’s festivities, world renowned chef Marco Pierre White, will present Mangiare con Marco, (Eat with Marco) in collaboratio...

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Lending A Hand To KI Wildlife

Written on February 5, 2020 in Kangaroo Island

A number of volunteers, including a couple from Sealink and HWR Media, recently joined army reserve personnel lending a hand at Kangaroo Island Wildlife Park. While there’s still much to be done, there are signs of recovery all over the Island. It’s been incredible to see our state come to together in support of the entire Kangaroo Islan...

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Best Beaches in SA

Written on October 18, 2019 in Adelaide

Words Rebecca Stock As the weather warms up, our thoughts naturally turn to spending time at the beach. Perhaps it’s time to revisit an old favourite or discover a new one along South Australia’s wonderful coastline? Family Fun Some of the most well-known beaches, just a short distance from the city and great for families...

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Top Tips at Cellar Door

Written on October 11, 2019 in Adelaide Hills

You’ve picked your region, you’ve booked a bus and you’re wearing your new wedge heels (you’re going wine tasting, and you know from experience that stilettos are a rookie mistake). You’ve got your mates, you’ve got your smartphone, and you’ve got your wish list of cellar doors. You’re ready for fun!  But what sh...

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Out and about – October

Written on September 28, 2019 in Limestone Coast

With daylight savings and warmer weather on the way, why not plan a road trip this month to regional SA? Words Lawrence RignonCover Image Sven Kovac Arty Party This October long weekend, the Limestone Coast is buzzing with Art in Sticks – REGENERATION returning to Cluain, a grazing property south of Lucindale. Now in it’s,...

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Hit the trail …

Written on August 16, 2019 in Barossa

Cover Image Sven Kovac The Barossa Gourmet Weekend is all about meeting the makers and supporting the people behind the delicious wines of this famous region. So, get a group together for an extended weekend and create memorable connections while discovering new grape varieties. The Gourmet Trail, showcasing 13 events over the weekend of 7...

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Warming Up From the Inside

Written on August 15, 2019 in Adelaide

This cold snap may have us piling on the winter woollies, but we will not let it dampen our culinary adventure. We have put together a list of three delicious places that will warm you right up. Chocolate guru, Steven ter Horst, recently named by Gourmet Traveller as one of Australia’s leading chocolate retailers and...

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Art, wine and travel

Written on July 25, 2019 in Clare Valley

Why not combine all your passions next month when the South Australian Living Artists Festival takes up residence around the state from 1-31 August? Clare Valley is just one of the regions celebrating this annual festival and while it can make an easy day trip, why not extend your stay a few days? The full...

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Travel with a Local – Kris Bunder

Written on June 20, 2019 in Eyre Peninsula

Take a trip to Eyre Peninsula and it’s easy to see why Kris Bunder calls Port Lincoln home. Kris indulges his passion for great regional produce including the abundance of locally caught seafood at Del Giorno’s – the award-winning restaurant he owns with his wife, Brenda. And the view’s not bad either. Del Giorno’s, ideally...

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