The tide ebbs and flows; everything is in transformation; nothing is forever. Our time living by the beach has come to an end. Voluntarily. It was always the “Pommie-dream” to live by the seaside. We have lived that dream. To commemorate and to give back to the ocean, we took our “shell-of-the-day” collection down to
Living by the beach, the ocean is in constant change, one day placid as a lake, like a liquid crystal, the next rolling and restless, or dark and brooding.
Whilst some Australia Day events were greeted with “invasion day” protests in the major cities (including a peaceful one in Adelaide), here in Glenelg we welcomed the newest Australians into the community and honoured the achievements of local residents in a ceremony that celebrated the modern multi-cultural Australia. On 26 January 1788 the “First Fleet” carrying