Tag: South Australia

Say cheese

I’ve said many times in this blog that the self-styled ‘Festival State’ has a festival for everything and anything. This particular weekend it was time for cheese to take centre stage and be celebrated (and consumed in artery-worrying amounts)- washed down with wine of course. Cue another dozen festivals! A rain free day of around

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Getting cultural on the boulevard

Take a walk along Adelaide’s North Terrace past the State Library, the South Australian Museum, the Art Gallery of South Australia and the Migration Museum. It’s a cultural boulevard in grand colonial style nestled against the cloisters and campus of the University of Adelaide. Stroll through this seat of learning and endeavour. If it’s been

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The urban garden 1

Along with lockdowns and working from home, the last eighteen months has seen a flourishing of inner city horticulture. TV gardening shows such as the iconic Gardening Australia have begun to focus more on the courtyard, balcony and indoors as well as featuring public gardens and large suburban or country plots. City living affords the

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