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Fleurieu Living Magazine

Fleurieu Living Magazine

Spring 2020

"Fleurieu Living Magazine features the best in food and wine, homes and gardens, growers, producers, accommodation and destinations — as well as artists,writers and designers working and living on South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula and Kangaroo Island. Published quarterly, Fleurieu Living Magazine is available throughout Adelaide and the Fleurieu via newsagents, wineries, restaurants cafés and B&Bs."

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3 min.
staff & contributors

Key Personnel Petra de Mooy 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. Jason Porter Jason has worked as a graphic designer and creative director both locally and overseas for over thirty years. When not in the office, he can usually be found tweaking the crossover filters on his high-end audio system. Kate Le Gallez Kate started her working life as a lawyer and consultant, before turning to a lifelong love of writing. She confesses to suffering a mild podcast addiction, which results in her overuse of the phrase ‘I was listening to a podcast …’ as a conversation starter. Holly Wyatt A self-described…

2 min.
brand culture

Donlan Lawyers Donlan Lawyers describe their practice as ‘expertise expressed simply,’ where clients and friends are treated as one and the same. Tim and Carolyn Donlan, along with their small team of lawyers and support staff, strive to provide quality legal services from both their Victor Harbor and Adelaide offices. They provide each client with the practical advice needed to make informed choices, communicating legal complexities in a straightforward manner. Even if their services are only required for a short period, Donlan Lawyers prioritises client relationships and mutual understanding above all else. It’s a law firm with pragmatism at the core of its practice. This unwavering commitment to the community leaves Tim with little free time, but he manages to relax by surfing and walking around his Port Elliot home, as well as…

2 min.
welcome to flm

From the FLM team Well, the last month of winter has been excessively chilly. But as we sit here completing the spring issue, the weekend forecast is for a very spring-esque 22 degrees. Bloody beautiful! Coupled with the recent late rains, we should see an explosion of new growth and spring colour as our environment – and our psyches – shakes off the winter gloom. No matter the weather, life on the Fleurieu is good. I don’t think we’ve come across one person who lives locally who is not acutely aware of how fortunate we are by both Australian and global standards. But regardless of where we live, the pandemic continues to pervade our news and our language. A quick search revealed these gems: WFH (working from home), Blursday (a stand in for…

5 min.
spring diary dates

While our diaries are looking a little busier this issue compared with last, life is not quite back to ‘normal’. Dare we say we’re entering a ‘new normal’ or a ‘next normal’? Whatever it is, we’re still seeing most large community events unfortunately cancelled following Victoria’s second wave. So while large events like the Southern Fleurieu Jazz Festival have been cancelled, smaller, socially distanced community gatherings are returning. And of course there are the numerous open-air markets around our region that continue to draw locals and visitors alike, week after week. All the market details can now be found on our website www.fleurieuliving.com.au. So enjoy these festivals and events responsibly, and give your COVID marshal an air high-five on your way past, as thanks for keeping us safe. FESTIVALS AND EVENTS: SEPTEMBER Kids Community Market Yankalilla…

10 min.
new locales

The Almond Door, Papershell Farm 203 Almond Grove Road, Willunga When throwing back a fistful of almonds between afternoon errands, one doesn’t usually consider the journey of each individual nut from tree to hand. At The Almond Door in Willunga, you can be sure every single almond is nurtured from blossom to belly in fertile soils without a drop of spray, then hand harvested, and roasted before you experience its delightful crunch. Swapping out busy New York lifestyles for a property in Goolwa, before landing at their nine-acre Willunga home in 2017, Jessica and Surahn Sidhu have since focused their lives on cultivating harmony and happiness on Papershell Farm through their almonds and wellbeing experiences. In a region that’s become so widely loved for its sprawling vineyards, it’s easy to forget Willunga’s recent…

4 min.
artist profile: richard maurovic

‘I work a long day but I don’t see it as being a job because I really enjoy it,’ he says. It’s not always luck that allows us to pursue what we love. In Richard’s case, it has been determination and a strong will. Richard enjoyed drawing and painting as a young child but left it behind for other pursuits. ‘I always wanted to be a cowboy,’ he says, and in his late teens he left school for a career as a drover. However, a life-changing accident, resulting in paralysis, in his early twenties led to a period of convalescence during which Richard began to draw again. With help, he invented an apparatus that would allow him to steady his hand over the paper (a device he still uses today). At…