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Fête Issue 28

An Australian publication that connects with readers in a personal way inspiring them to love the life they have, engage in positive and meaningful relationships with those around them and to make time and space for all the good things, for life well-lived.

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fête / life

Functioning on autopilot is the reality for many as we go through the motions of our daily routine. There is little time for soul-searching or dreaming and it often feels self-indulgent if we allow ourselves to want more from our lives. This issue we share insights from the dreamers and the doers. Those who show the resilience and sheer desire to thrive, rather than simply to function. In order to chase dreams, one must first establish, “What is my outcome?”. The Minimalists clarify this in their article on Page 79 where we are reminded that ambition is easy, however it’s the willingness to act that sees dreams turn into reality. International entrepreneur, Kristina Karlsson, shares with us on Page 33, that to dream without limitation is the first step to living a…

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For all the known benefits of sharing a meal with friends and family, the addition of plentiful fresh air and sunshine can only make it better. Alfresco dining is a pleasure we’re all lucky enough to enjoy, whether in our own outdoor space or that of a friend, on a picnic at the park or off the beaten track. Creating shared memories can be as easy as takeaway on the deck, or as elaborate as a planned celebration meal under festoon lights in the garden. Either way ambience is created by the surroundings, with the grounding effect of nature an added advantage. Eating outdoors is a seasonal treat to savour, made all the more so with good company, a favourite beverage and some classic tunes playing in the background.…

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favourite finds / spring wedding guest

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favourite finds / spring wedding guest

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spring clean

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eat out at / magill estate kitchen

ADELAIDE You would be hard pressed to find another name more synonymous with Australian fine wine so when historic, Penfolds Magill Estate opened Magill Estate Kitchen, it was a safe bet this was going to be a show-stopper. Nestled in the foothills of Adelaide and just 15 minutes from the city centre, this casual dining experience offers the ideal spot to enjoy a tasty brunch, a long, lingering lunch with wine pairings, a cheese flight or a glass of the infamous Grange followed by a cellar door tour. MAGILL ESTATE KITCHEN ABOUT Overlooking more than five hectares of 60-year-old Shiraz vines that are amongst the most celebrated in the world, Magill Estate Kitchen combines a contemporary architectural fitout with the natural attributes of the beautiful, surrounding Adelaide foothills. DECOR Not surprisingly, the design and fitout take…