Category: Australia

The last day of summer

The beach at Glenelg was surprisingly busy for a school night, but the unusual thirty degree April warmth brought people out for a last bathe in the ocean, or a last bathe (they say bake here) in the sun. Couples strolling across the square, cops cruising the prom, kids on skateboards, a semi-naked backpacker recharging

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Big showdown

Power v the Crows, Adelaide Oval The first major event at the Adelaide Oval after its $575 million makeover, sadly not the Rolling Stones- but for many South Australians something even more visceral than rock and roll: the return of Australian Rules Football. And what a return: both of South Australia’s national (AFL) league clubs:

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OMG it’s OMG (open mic Glenelg)

A late summer early evening, the sun sinking into St Vincent’s Gulf, its rays washing over everyone and everything with liquid gold, the carefree chatter of friends around you, the thrum of acoustic guitars and melodic voices. Sometimes it’s possible to believe that Moseley Square in Glenelg is the most beautiful location on earth. Especially

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