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Annabelle Collett: Creator and Catalyst
A posthumous exhibition at the Signal Point Art Gallery in Goolwa celebrates her large body of work and the significant contributions she made to South Australian art and culture throughout her illustrious career. A book written by Kathie Muir and pu
Fleurieu Living Magazine2 min de lectureFood & Wine
Casual Dining
Focusing on seasonal, locally sourced menus in an enviable location, the Anchorage will not disappoint. Operating from a heritagelisted building, the Anchorage offers a unique ambiance and experience, seven days a week. Drop in for a barista-brewed c
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Tiny Homes Tiny Escapes
There are some people who never lose their fascination with living life on a smaller scale, truly believing that – clichés at the ready – the best things really do come in small packages. In this case, that package is a home. Whether seeking an alter
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Tasting Australia March 27 – April 5 2020
Producers’ Table Breakfast 28 March 2020 8.30am-10.30am The freshest food in the region will be served at an exclusive long table breakfast hosted by producers of the Willunga Farmers Market. Sparkling wine on arrival will be complemented by fresh or
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Uncorked
In this edition of Uncorked, we’re going beyond the bottle to discover a little about some of the winemaking legends who have influenced the Fleurieu. You may not know all their names but you’ll probably have tasted the work of these sometimes quiet
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Fleurieu Weddings
Fast forward seven years and Pia now lives in Darwin, working as a journalist for the local radio station when she gets a text message from her good friend Emily, who also happens to be Mike’s sister. Emily had a question about the stonework at Pia’s
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The Healing Salve
After long days under harsh sun and adventurous explorations through the bush, Lara wanted to hydrate and heal her young daughter’s skin without using chemicals. Struggling to find products she trusted, she instead handcrafted her own. Gifting and tr
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Mixed Six
Named for Bleasdale’s founder, this wine is consistently well received across vintages, regularly picking up awards and glowing reviews, including best red of show at the 2018 Perth Royal Wine Show. Not a bad effort for a wine from Langhorne Creek co
Fleurieu Living Magazine3 min de lecturePsychology
Building Resilience
Experiences, both good and bad, can become imprinted on our senses, by a smell, a city, a song. Our memories are often triggered by these small things and can elicit the most pleasant of sensations, or painful reminders. It seems when a difficult exp
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Being Social: FLM Summer Launch at Dowie Doole
On 10 December FLM was excited to help celebrate the opening of the stylish new Dowie Doole cellar door. Food from The Greek Vegetarian and sublime wines from Dowie Doole ensured that bellies were full and spirits were high.
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Hither & Yon Connection by design
It’s essential to how they see their roles as growers and makers, as facilitators of a lifecycle that begins in the vineyard and continues through to glass in hand. This continuity is reflected in the ampersand’s curves – the stand in for the conjunc
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Being Social: Serafino Bushfire Appeal
On 9 January Serafino head chef Daniel Armon joined forces with prominent local chefs, Karena Armstrong (Salopian Inn), Konny Putkin (Leonard’s Mill) and Chris Bone (Woodstock Winery) to create a three course dining experience. The sold-out event rai
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Roaming the Willunga Basin
Inspired by the ‘freedom to roam’ in Scotland, Chris and his partner Zara Lupton, together with a dedicated group of volunteers, are establishing a walking trail that encircles and crosses the basin. The end result will not only literally connect the
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Being Social: Party for Purpose at Fall from Grace
Fall from Grace Wines hosted Party for Purpose on January 12 to raise much needed funds for the Kangaroo Island Wildlife Network. Local businesses donated items to be auctioned and the event raised $18,000 – far surpassing the organisers’ expectation
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Family, Food And Farm
The butts of wine bottles protrude from a riddling rack alongside a coffee machine on a vintage workbench. A stand mixer sits ready to fill a tin marked ‘cakes’ and another ‘biscuits.’ It’s a room for the little, important moments of family life. As
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Being Social: Bushfire Relief at the Bocce Club
The McLaren Vale community really came together again with a sell-out crowd for their 1 February Bushfire Relief Fundraiser. Raising close to $50,000, the proceeds went to the Adelaide Hills wine region to help them get back up and running.
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STAFF & CONTRIBUTORS
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
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Kangaroo Island calling
It’s a place where you can still experience a sense of discovery as you criss-cross the island, heading down yet another dirt road you haven’t travelled before, perhaps spotting a goanna or an echidna. We have spent many pleasant hours meandering, di
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PUBLISHING EDITOR AND MANAGING DIRECTOR Petra de Mooy petra@fleurieuliving.com.au EDITOR Kate Le Gallez ADVERTISING SALES Kirsty Gannon kirsty@fleurieuliving.com.au GRAPHIC DESIGNER AND CREATIVE DIRECTOR Jason Porter jason@fleurieuliving.com.au ALL E
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Bush Festival
The festival showcases a dedicated troop of international Fringe acts who perform their award-winning shows for a crowd of enthusiastic locals sitting under the gum trees and on hay bales, with the kookaburras joining in on the laughter. This year’s
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Brand Culture
Strout Road’s historical chapel has gone through several reincarnations since its establishment in 1854. Its most recent custodians, Paul Wilson and Heather Budich, have given it new life as winery and cellar door Samson Tall – named in honour of the
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Zannie Flanagan
I recall crisp white walls, cool slate floors, contemporary art, mouthwatering aromas and the sounds of Nina Simone crooning beneath the clamour of conversation. Zannie, with a sharp brown bob and bold red lips greeted us with a huge smile. She insta
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Welcome to FLM
Normally we aim to plan all the content for our autumn issue before we break for the holidays. It’s a great way to end the year; knowing we’re set up for the new year gives us the space to truly relax. But this year, nothing was normal. Over the holi
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Create Your Escape Goolwa
Every good day must first begin with good coffee, and what better place to start than in Goolwa’s main street. Motherduck Cafe is a life force for holidaymakers and locals alike, with baristas slinging Proud Mary specialty coffee from 8am, Tuesday to
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Autumn Diary Dates
McLaren Vale & Fleurieu Visitor Information Centre March 9, April 13, June 8, 10am – 3pm Showcasing local produce, wines, crafts and souvenirs from the Fleurieu with live music and a free bouncy castle for the kids. Willunga Town Square Every Saturda
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Delicious Spanish-inspired bruschetta
So instead of a ‘stick to your ribs kind of meal’ (we’ll save that one for winter), I thought I would keep it a bit lighter with a Spanishinspired bruschetta. Beautiful peppers (or capsicums, depending on where you’re from) are abundant at this time
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Pearl By The Sea
Jules and Bec cut their teeth in hospitality as part of the local band of young pre-teens who worked at Russell’s in Willunga when it first opened in 1992. As they got older, I’d often bump into them on the beach at Port Willunga with the old gang, c
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Autumn Book Reviews
by Ross Garnaut Published by La Trobe University Press in association with Black Inc. ISBN 9781760642099 $29.99 It takes a special kind of personality to wrest practical optimism from Australia’s climate wars and America’s Trump experiment while our
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Carefully Crafted
Pursuing creative outlets from a young age, Sarah settled on leather crafting while she was living in Byron Bay. ‘Creating a leather product by hand from start to finish is a very rewarding thing. It’s lovely working with a quality material like leat
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Sustainability And You
Almost everything we consume comes in plastic: vegetables in cling wrap, coffee in disposable cups and deli meat served on shiny polystyrene platters. For the month of January, Lucy Mount decided to live without plastic. After losing her older brothe
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