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Starlight Springs Organic Farm Produce
We would go to the local shearing shed and climb underneath to collect all the droppings. In those days it wasn’t called organic or biodynamic farming, it was just the way the old blokes grew food,’ he says. Attending Willunga High School, Ian convin
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Full Circle
Lauren Langfield bustles outside to greet me as I step out into the peaceful car park at Orbis. She’s dressed in the trademark winemaker’s uniform of work boots, jeans and a wool jumper. Her blonde hair is down and she appears surprisingly relaxed, c
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Our Island Sanctuary And Home
Looking back at the craziness Kangaroo Island (KI) has experienced over the past twenty-eight months – with the whole world also thrown into chaos – it’s almost unfathomable how much has been achieved on our road to recovery from the Black Summer fir
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Wilderness Escape Outdoor Adventures
Winter 2022 School Holiday Program NOTE: All activities cost $93.50 and are full day experiences. July 11 and 19 (Ages: 5-11) Learn to be a forest explorer! Try putting your cooking skills to the test by learning to cook over a campfire. Then spend t
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Welcome to FLM
In an attempt to find an interesting alternative to the letter from the editor at the front of the magazine, we decided to hand the page over to you – friends, contributors, and people who have been or will be in FLM – to answer the following questio
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STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS
Petra started her career as a furniture designer/maker, but always had aspirations to write so … why not start a magazine? Making the connections we’ve made and getting to know this region in-depth has been a gift. Jason has worked as a graphic desig
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Learning While Leading
As a First Nations student beginning at Tatachilla in year seven, Steed sometimes experienced a disconnect between his level of cultural knowledge and what was assumed by the broader community. Despite the importance of representation, Steed acknowle
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Fly the Fleurieu
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My Victor: What The Locals Love About Victor Harbor Life
01. Praveen Sacaran Employee at Planted Coffee. Praveen has lived in Victor Harbor his whole life and likes that it’s not as busy as Adelaide. Weather permitting, he loves going to the beach for a swim or to fish. 02. Madeline Adamson Employee at The
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Healthy Homes – It’s No Mirage
Moving through two large, ancient Chinese wooden doors into a foyer that offers floor-to-ceiling views of a vast wetlands backyard, it’s immediately obvious you’re in a home whose owners have chosen a life that embraces the environment. And the coupl
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Cold Water Community
Everyday, no matter the weather, they set out at the eponymous time, swimming first to the The Sisters before heading for Commodore Point and then cutting across the bay, back to their entry point near the surf club. Conditions this morning are benig
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An Island Love Affair
The book opens with an image awash with the bright blue of the sky and the azure blue sea below. It depicts a group of young jetty jumpers at Kingscote Wharf on Kangaroo Island (KI) – an optimistic and fun moment, frozen in time. As we continue to le
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Weaving Cultural Connection, Stitch By Stitch
Learning how to weave in her late twenties was an experience that changed Ellen’s life and mission. ‘I was taught to weave by Elder Aunty Dorrie Kartinyeri at a special workshop back in 1982,’ Aunty Ellen says. ‘I’d watched my grandmother weave until
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Fleurieu Fitouts
There’s no doubt the Fleurieu Peninsula is seeing more vans on its roads, some sticking to the slow lane, others testing people’s patience. Come summer, beach car parks fill up with these vans. Their number plates herald their arrival from across the
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Lunch Box Biscuits Not-so-naughty And Really Nice
We asked French patisserie student Luke Field @fleurieubakes to help us test and develop some biscuit recipes that are both scrumptious and satiating. Together, we’ve come up with three cracking recipes that meet the brief, with traditional ingredien
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Uncorked
The disconnect between our everyday experiences of these words and how they’re used in relation to wine is perhaps what gives wine speak its bad reputation. Most people know the smell of a freshly mown lawn, but it can seem somehow ostentatious to sw
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A Love For The Landscape
Over the thirty-five plus years that Lesley has lived there, she’s carefully restored the home and created a beautiful garden that she now tends with her partner Rob. The garden is resplendent with fruit trees, native plants and hardy cottage-garden
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PUBLISHING EDITOR AND MANAGING DIRECTOR Petra de Mooy petra@fleurieuliving.com.au GRAPHIC DESIGNER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jason Porter jason@fleurieuliving.com.au EDITOR Kate Le Gallez ADVERTISING SALES Holly Wyatt holly@fleurieuliving.com.au Hollie C
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The Home Glow-up
There’s a vast difference between placing furniture in a room and curating an aesthetically pleasing space that acknowledges the flow of the house and sets a mood that reflects the people who live there. FLM recommends checking out locally based or c
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What To Buy, Where To Buy It
Selections sourced from: Beaches, Vicinity Colonnades; Canopy homefashion, Vicinity Colonnades; Fleurieu Arthouse, McLaren Vale; Kookery, Willunga; Morocco by Mish, Willunga; Oliver’s Taranga, McLaren Vale; Sage House, Aldinga; South Seas Trading, Po
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Umbrella Festival
1 to 31 July 2022 The Umbrella Festival is an open-access live music festival run by musicians, for musicians. After a generous grant in 2016 from the South Australian government, not-for-profit organisation Music SA – whose purpose is to champion co
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Life In Colour
Earlier this year, we popped past the new home of designer and maker SpaceCraft Joinery in Strathalbyn. The curlicued letters spelling out their name spread across the sliding doors of their new big, black shed space which, when finished, will incorp
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Fleurieu Weddings
April and Jared’s love story began in March 2019 with a first date at One Little Sister in Normanville. After two years, Jared thought it was time to take his relationship with April to the next stage and made plans to propose. With a picnic packed,
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The Ashton
One of the biggest investments a builder can make, and one of their most effective marketing tools, is building a display or ‘spec’ home. It comes at significant cost in both time and money, but it gives the builder the opportunity to flex their desi
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Winter Diary Dates
Willunga High School 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 community atmosphere every
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What’s On In The Arts
Winter is a time for art lovers to relish, as the SALA Festival transforms everyday spaces into art galleries for the month of August. Cafes, community spaces and your local shop – even toilets! – become places of artistic inspiration. And of course
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Photo From A Reader
Taken an amazing photo on the Fleurieu lately? Tag us on Instagram and you could see your handiwork in print. Each issue we’ll choose an image to publish right here in the pages of FLM. @fleurieulivingmagazine This image of Yankalilla Bay, captured f
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The Intrepid Optimist
‘I had a pretty traumatic childhood and we all have different ways of responding to this,’ Mia says. ‘I chose to be aware of those around me and to live for more than just my own needs. I believe everyone deserves to rise from the ashes.’ Originally
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Striking Black Gold
As their truffle research began, Greg and Jayne found themselves at a meeting in Mt Compass where locals were keen to learn how to grow truffles. ‘There’s a fair bit of secrecy amongst the truffle growers worldwide,’ laments Greg. ‘We are mostly self
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Faces And Places
Rachel McMillan McMillan & Drew Collective Native and edible flower grower · Native landscaper · Garden designer After decades in the food industry, Rachel is back in the garden growing and supplying native foods, rare herbs and edible flowers to som
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