Tag: South Australia

Climate action

Don’t take any more than you need. This blog is meant to be about the customs, culture, everyday life and fun stuff in South Australia from a British ex-pat’s point-of-view. This is a place that often slips under the radar- and partly we like it that way. Unfortunately over the festive season we have made

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Four weeks of fun – 3: party like it’s 1969!

FOR YOUR LOVE: 1960s BRITISH ROCK SHOW BEATLES V STONES The Governor Hindmarsh Hotel, Port Road, Adelaide Fringe 2019 Two British themed retro music shows in one weekend at the same venue! Port Road becomes the King’s Road. In For your love an outstanding 10 piece band recreated the 1960s British music scene from the

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Hart’s Mill and hay bales

Semaphore Music Festival, Hart's Mill stage

Semaphore Music Festival 2018 Over the Labour Day (first Monday in October) long weekend Adelaide’s quirkiest suburb Semaphore hosts its annual music festival. The seaside suburb is situated towards the northern end of Adelaide’s 30 km of ┬ábeaches and is a popular destination with a vibrant local culture. With its working class roots, Semaphore has

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