Fleurieu Living Magazine3 min. leídos
Folk Of All Trades
Sam and Dani met in a biodiversity and conservation lecture at a Canadian university while on study exchange – Sam from South Australia and Dani from the UK. They soon bonded over similar environmental interests and a shared nostalgia for the soft na
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Something To Celebrate
South Coast Constructions – Longevity and award-winning service Started in 1988 by Allan and Kathy Davis, South Coast Constructions has come a long way since the days of handwritten records and fax machines. Alongside its numerous stunning homes acro
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Being Social: FLM Autumn Launch at Valley of Yore
On March 11, a fun crowd descended on the Valley of Yore in Myponga to celebrate the opening of this destination cafe, as well as the beginning of autumn and our autumn issue! Hats, sunglasses and wigs were supplied by Chrissy Wright from Oohlala at
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Baby, It’s Cold Outside
Appreciate a different side of the coast this time of year, when the Fleurieu shows off some of the best surfing conditions it has to offer. Surf Culture Australia runs family fun sessions throughout the winter months across Moana, Southport, Middlet
Fleurieu Living Magazine4 min. leídosEconomics
Boathaven Second Valley
The couple had previously owned a holiday home at Port Elliot, but life took them in a different direction and they sold up, eventually seeking quieter surrounds. ‘We were just looking for a spot on this side of the Peninsula,’ says Nadeen. ‘We looke
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Welcome to FLM
Is the Fleurieu landscape ever more beautiful than in the soft light of autumn? The gentler weather has transformed the hills from gold to green, while the vine leaves glow auburn. Those on the south coast saw the swell go wild – or so we heard from
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Autumn Book Reviews
by Sandi Scaunich Published by Transit Lounge Publishing ISBN 9781925760590 $29.99 A microcosmic story, set in Melbourne’s outer suburbia during the early 1990s recession memorably described as the one ‘we had to have.’ Joseph, a teenage refugee from
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Remembering Jeffrey Mostyn How
Jeff’s passing on 9th November 2020 at ninety years of age closes a chapter in the How family’s long fishing history and marks the sad loss of a kind, exuberant character in the local community. Jeff’s father Bill began netting fish in the area from
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Totally Local
Gratitude to Woodside Cheese Wrights, Lillyara Artisan Cheese, Milkless Cheese, Flour Power Breads, SoulFood & Co, Little Acre Foods, Fleurieu Prime Alpaca, Najobe, Gut Feeling, Austar Mariculture, Two Hills & A Creek, Taronga Almonds, Matchett Produ
Fleurieu Living Magazine3 min. leídos
Island Escapes
Set in the middle of a dedicated wildlife sanctuary, this off-grid retreat offers three boutique luxury options from which to savour a slow and mindful escape. Located on a vast property at the heart of the island, guests are given exclusive access t
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Being Social: Vale Polo Classic at the McLaren Vale Oval
After a fairly challenging 2020 Tatchilla Year 12 students were finally able to celebrate. The festivities were held at Serafino Wines on 19 February 2021. Congratulations to all and best of luck with your future endeavours!
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Fleurieu Weddings
Arielle and Jarrod met at a local football club in 2016 and have been inseparable ever since. After travelling South America together, Jarrod enlisted the help of their two golden retrievers to propose to Arielle at their home in 2019. Having grown u
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Featured Contributors
With a background in journalism, photography and film, Poppy thrives in the creative space where words and visuals meet. Despite relocating to the city, it seems she can’t quite resist the pull of the region as the kilometres on her car might suggest
Fleurieu Living Magazine3 min. leídos
Kurt Bosecke Obsessive visionary
Their ranks include artists like Henry Darger or Madge Gill who worked in isolation, reclusively making art that was discovered posthumously, only to be heralded as brilliant and even genius. Closer to the mainstream there are folk artists making pro
Fleurieu Living Magazine2 min. leídosPsychology
Good Outcomes For Mums
Through birth, women have the potential to experience their own potency, strength, resilience, endurance. As a threshold experience, it’s the beginning of a wild, loving and unknown parenting adventure. When researchers asked women what was key to th
Fleurieu Living Magazine2 min. leídosCooking, Food & Wine
Cellar Celebrations
Wine lovers and history buffs will be equally enticed by a visit to Bleasdale. Taste awardwinning wines in the cellar door, or treat yourself to a prestige tasting of their premium wines. Step outside to learn something new by enjoying a wander throu
Fleurieu Living Magazine3 min. leídos
Haus Collage & Stoneware
But something about Ailish Nienhaus’s work both in collage and in clay seems to remain in constant movement, carrying with it a sense of life that demands to be noticed. When Ailish was nine years old, her father’s work moved the Ling family to Victo
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Magical Storyteller
Author Karen Wyld grew up in an old farmhouse on one hundred acres at O’Halloran Hill. The house and farm are long gone, but Karen has continued to live in the south for most of her life, making the Willunga Basin her home for over thirty years. A di
Fleurieu Living Magazine4 min. leídos
Circling The Square With Karl Telfer
Karl Telfer, a highly respected senior man from the Mullawirra Meyunna dry forest family clan – known today as the Kaurna Nation from the Adelaide region – has never done a Welcome to Country. He’s chosen not to because of a question our community st
Fleurieu Living Magazine5 min. leídos
Building Character
This combination of real life and romance is perhaps what draws us, both city and regional folk alike, back to the farm. We feel relaxed in the handsome and rustic surrounds and so we seek out these places to celebrate our most important events. Nowh
Fleurieu Living Magazine1 min. leídos
Key Personnel
Petra has always loved, art, design, photography and words. Combining all of these into a career has been the fulfillment of these interests. She loves working with all of the creatives on the Fleurieu to showcase the best the region has to offer. Ja
Fleurieu Living Magazine3 min. leídos
New Growth
‘In the middle of the night I was just like, “oh, I’d like to open a plant shop”,’ Kristy tells me, sitting at her kitchen table in her Victor Harbor home. She’d just been made redundant from her much-loved job as a student services officer, and whil
Fleurieu Living Magazine1 min. leídos
Being Social: Kimbolton Cabernet Sauvignon Launch
Invited guests and media attended the exclusive launch of Kimbolton’s new release 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon on April 9 at Monarto Zoo. A tour of the cheetah enclosure was followed by lunch and a wine tasting among the gums. Part proceeds of the sales o
Fleurieu Living Magazine4 min. leídos
A Space For All
Together, Steve and Henry share a vision to create a many layered, inclusive space that can naturally evolve over time. The repainted facade is a sign of the work and thought that has so far gone into the project. But one thing it doesn’t have yet –
Fleurieu Living Magazine7 min. leídosCooking, Food & Wine
Winter Diary Dates
Willunga Farmers Market Willunga Town Square Every Saturday, 8am – 12pm Come rain, hail or shine, enjoy fresh produce from more than eighty farmers and artisan food makers. Become a member for discounts on all your goods, and enjoy the nourishing com
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Being Social: Encounter Lutheran Formal: Eat at Whalers
Encounter Lutheran’s year 12 class of 2021 celebrated their formal on March 26. The event was held at Eat at Whalers in Encounter Bay on a beautiful evening that brought together students, staff and families to celebrate the students and their achiev
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Going Local: At Christies Beach
In 2020 the City of Onkaparinga launched the Go South Go Local campaign. The campaign encourages Onkaparinga residents to choose local products and services whenever possible – a purpose that’s very close to our hearts here at FLM. We set out along B
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50 Years Of Fuelling The Fleurieu And Beyond.
At the centre of the region’s rapid growth has been Bryson’s business, Adelaide Fuel Distributors. In 2021, Bryson reflects with near disbelief on fifty successful years. Growing up in New South Wales, Bryson wore a few different hats before falling
Fleurieu Living Magazine5 min. leídosCooking, Food & Wine
Explore Strathalbyn
There’s so much to see and do in this charming village, whether on a jam-packed day of discoveries or a weekend away when you can slow down and truly savour the town’s offerings. Follow the newly added street signage to easily make your way between t
Fleurieu Living Magazine3 min. leídos
Back To The Future
Amphora: Historically a pottery vessel with two handles (or a unit of measure) but now used in wine circles to describe a large clay pot used to ferment and age wine. The practice originated some 6000 years ago in what’s now modern-day Georgia in pot
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