Women's Lifestyle
Fleurieu Living Magazine

Fleurieu Living Magazine Summer 2019/20

"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 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. Kirsty…

3 min.
brand culture

As a thank you to our advertising partners, we would like to showcase these amazing enterprises via a short introduction to their respective businesses. Each issue will offer some insight into three of our partners. South Seas Books and Trading Occupying both sides of North Terrace in Port Elliot, South Seas Books offers a very special experience for lovers of books and design. South Seas Trading stocks a diverse collection of design-oriented articles. Unique vintage pieces, homewares, textiles, cookware and gardening items are blended with art and crafts by prominent South Australian practitioners. A curated range of women’s and men’s clothing and footwear is also available, complementing the large collection of books on design, art, gardening and cooking. South Seas’ original book shop across the road is the only independent bookseller on the Fleurieu.…

3 min.
welcome to flm

Taken an amazing photo on the Fleurieu lately? Send us an email or upload it to our Facebook page and you could see your handiwork in print. Each issue we’ll choose an image to publish right here in the pages of FLM: facebook.com/FleurieuLivingMagazine. This photo depicting the beach, a pooch and the rolling Sellicks hills was submitted by Tegan Monaghan. From the FLM team Well, 2019 is just about a wrap and it was another big year, full of all that we expect from living and working on the Fleurieu. There were fantastic events to attend – the new complementing our favourite calendar stalwarts – alongside our always delicious regional cuisine and the stellar line up of fine wines. New businesses have opened and thrived with the support of the Fleurieu community and we’re…

8 min.
summer diary dates

LOCAL MARKETS: Willunga Farmers Market Willunga Town Square Every Saturday, 8am – 12.30pm Come rain, hail or shine, enjoy fresh produce from more than eighty farmers and artisan food makers every weekend. Become a member for discounts on all your goods, and enjoy the nourishing community atmosphere. Willunga Quarry Market Adjacent to the Willunga Oval Second Saturday of each month, 9am – 1pm Browse through an eclectic mix of wares ranging from secondhand tools to plants and crafts. Willunga Artisans and Handmade Market Willunga Show Hall Second Saturday of each month, 9am – 1pm An inspiring curated market showcasing local art and handmade goods. It’s a great place to buy a unique, handmade gift made from high quality materials. Goolwa Wharf Market Goolwa Wharf Precinct First and third Sunday of each month, 9am – 3pm With around eighty stalls including bric-a-brac, collectables, fresh local produce, plants,…

7 min.
a new chapter for dowie doole

It’s not often you hear both architect and client speak positively of delays in the building process. But for both Oli Scholz, of Adelaide-based architecture firm Scholz Vinall, and Chris Thomas, managing director and chief winemaker at Dowie Doole, the protracted two year design and build process for Dowie Doole’s first permanent cellar door is all upside. The result is a more functional, more resolved and more beautiful building that will offer visitors an immersive insight into the world of Dowie Doole. Establishing a new, local presence for Dowie Doole has been a dream of Chris’ since he and even other shareholders bought the brand from founders Drew Dowie and Norm Doole in 2015 (Norm remains a shareholder and board chair). The initial vision was big, with plans for immersive artworks,…

3 min.
south coast surf chasers

‘It was all about the car… you didn’t just walk across the road [for waves] like you did on the East Coast,’ says author and photographer Christo Reid on the plight of South Australian surfers. We’re sitting outside his Port Willunga studio discussing his latest project, Surf City – a photograph-heavy ode to South Australian surfing’s early years. The book, which he hopes to finish in the next year (maybe), will feature imagery and stories from across SA – the West Coast, Yorke Peninsula, Mid Coast, South Coast and south-east. Central to the narrative are The South Coast Surf Chasers, a pioneering crew of surfers that, in the late 1950s, pooled their money together to buy a 1934 Ford V8 with homemade roof racks to explore the coast between Goolwa and Parsons…