Women's Lifestyle
Fleurieu Living Magazine

Fleurieu Living Magazine Winter 2019

"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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4 Issues

in this issue

2 min.
staff & contributors

Key Personnel Petra de Mooy Issue 30 and seven years in print are rapidly approaching. I feel a party is in order. 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 ridiculously over-the-top hi-fi 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 ‘city-escapee,’ Holly moved to the Fleurieu chasing wide-open spaces and the spoils of semi-rural life. Those spoils include a good coffee in the morning,…

3 min.
brand culture

Investigator College Dedicated to more than just education, Investigator College wants all students and staff to feel welcomed, valued and supported to reach their full potential. With a focus on the community and a reverence for the environment, the wellbeing of their students’ future is at the forefront of everything the school does. Through fostering an inclusive school community and valuing trust and honesty, the school empowers students to understand their individual talents and unique natures. By encouraging the individual to identify a personalised vision of excellence, each student can strive towards their own definition of success. ‘We want our community, our students and our staff to strive; to take the opportunities; to be more and do more; and to continuously uplift themselves and those around them.’ Investigator College sponsors a number of community…

3 min.
welcome to flm

From the FLM team In this issue of FLM we have a few editorials on people paying it forward: Going above the call of duty to make a change to our environment and our communities. We on the Fleurieu are doing a lot to make changes at a grass roots level – little by little, daily, weekly and monthly. There are some very notable bright spots – and here in the pages of FLM we endeavour to champion these volunteer groups, individuals and philanthropists. I have never lived in a place where so many people consciously, and with conscience, love where they live. So we hope you love this issue and the light it shines on just a few of these people. On a personal note I would like to highlight just one event in…

7 min.
winter diary dates

LOCAL MARKETS: Willunga Farmers’ Market 8am – 12.30pm Willunga Town Square every Saturday come rain, hail or shine, with fresh produce from more than eighty farmers and artisan food makers. Become a member for discounts on all goods, and enjoy the nourishing community atmosphere every week. Willunga Quarry Market 9am – 1pm Browse an eclectic mix of wares ranging from secondhand tools to plants and crafts on the second Saturday of every month, adjacent to the Willunga Oval. Willunga Artisans and Handmade Market 9am – 1pm An inspiring curated market showcasing local art and handmade goods in the Willunga Show Hall on the second Saturday of each month. It’s a great place to buy a unique, handmade gift. Goolwa Wharf Market 9am – 3pm The Goolwa Wharf Market is held on the first and third Sunday of every month, with around eighty…

7 min.
modern coastal luxe

Sitting in the light-filled modern surrounds of their newly built Port Elliot holiday home, Brenton and Sass Honor are happy and brimming with pride. Not only have they finally fulfilled their long-held dream of owning ‘a place of their own’ on the Fleurieu, but that place has surpassed even their wildest expectations. Brenton and Sass have history and connection here on the south coast. Members of Brenton’s extended family have lived in Victor Harbor for as long as he can remember and when Sass was a teenager her family bought a holiday home on the golf course at Goolwa. Sass’ family loved the location so much they eventually built another two houses, one around the corner and, years later, another on the highly sought after foreshore at ‘dump beach’ in Hayborough. So…

3 min.
just the man for the job

It’s an overcast day in Victor Harbor, but that doesn’t stop the locals from taking advantage of what it has to offer. The skate park echoes with the smack of wheels on cement. Mothers chase toddlers eager to scale playground equipment. A group of men with hipster top-knots are shooting hoops. A fierce game of lawn bowls is tempered by the relaxed laughs of grey-haired players. Tourists stroll toward Granite Island. A neatly dressed young man walks into the Anchorage Cafe, offering friendly greetings to staff and patrons alike. His name is Brayden Mann, and the Victor Harbor on show this morning is the place he grew up in, the place he knows and loves. And, at just twenty years of age, it’s also the place he now represents as an…