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Dave is Adelaide born but has travelled much of Australia and Europe. He enjoys travel and the outdoors, and loves good food and wine.
He is assisted in many of his reviews by two clever canines.

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My WeekendNotes - 837 - Page 10
Semaphore is one of the most popular beaches in Adelaide, and on a summer day you will find crowds of people enj... [more]
Before I get into any trouble from readers, I should clarify the title - this article is about railway stations... [more]
I think most have us have a sneaking curiosity about what lies behind closed doors. It doesn't matter whether it'... [more]
04/05/2013 - 05/05/2013
If you haven't ventured out yet to see what a buzz the Adelaide Fringe has brought to town, then now is the time... [more]
01/03/2013 - 31/03/2013
Waymouth Street has always created its own buzz, especially if the boss didn't come back from lunch on a Friday afte... [more]
22/02/2013 - 08/03/2013
Every Sunday will be Family Day at buzzing new hub The Depot during this year's Adelaide Fringe Festival. Located jus... [more]
17/02/2013 - 17/03/2013
Okay, possibly I'm being a bit naughty here as there are actually FOUR bands playing at this concert... BUT, I have b... [more]
Semaphore is no stranger to parties, and the location of the Latin Festival at Semaphore will be known to many readers. ... [more]
I wouldn't normally write about a boutique vintage women's clothing store as I have accumulated quite enough frocks ... [more]
14/02/2014 - 16/03/2014
From caravans to buses (not forgetting food trucks), there's a theme of mobility driving through this year's Fringe Fes... [more]
17/02/2013 - 18/03/2013
Revisit the movies through a collection of movie soundtracks performed live by Woodville Concert Band as the sun sets at... [more]
Adelaide is learning to be more creative with disused buildings that are scattered around the city and suburbs. R... [more]
Ever since I was a kid I have enjoyed going "down the Bay". It provides a magical mix of experiences that are se... [more]
15/02/2013 - 17/03/2013
The Fringe Festival is back again, and the arts enthusiasts of Adelaide are busily choosing which shows to see, and ... [more]
If you've wandered about Adelaide recently you can hardly have missed noticing that Adelaide restaurants are facing so... [more]
Way back in the 1990's some entrepreneurs had a vision of operating heritage trains out of Tailem Bend as an SA touris... [more]
Tailem Bend is probably seen more often as a transit town for travellers than a tourist destination. That is a pity re... [more]
Before visiting Old Tailem Town to write about it recently, I decided to call in to the Visitor Information Centre... [more]
Thankfully the days are long gone when the only choice for a meat pie was a boring old Balfours pie that had been in t... [more]
Food markets should be all about local fresh food, and there are few markets where the food is more local than Urrbr... [more]
Adelaide has a fantastic collection of museums at Port Adelaide - the Maritime Museum, the SA Aviation Museum, ... [more]
My previous article on Adelaide's Most Unusual Houses attracted a lot of interest, so I have been busily hunting ev... [more]
Everyone can now breathe a sigh of relief as the Tour Down Under ends. Lycra lovers disappear back into the... [more]
01/02/2013 - 28/02/2013
Old Tailem Town is a pioneer village - a town re-created to be a museum of life in the early years of the twenti... [more]
Like Christmas, Valentine's Day creeps up and hits us when we least expect it. All of a sudden, your friends st... [more]
For over 60 years Australia has had a love affair with Holden cars. Ever since the first FX Holden was rolled out... [more]
It is quite common at London railway stations to have a cafe where hurried commuters can quickly grab a coffee and s... [more]
Judging by the popularity of food related articles on Weekend Notes, many of our readers are very enthusiastic about... [more]
23/02/2013 - 24/02/2013
At the top end of Greenhill Road, and hidden discreetly by a discouraging series of No through Road signs lies a rat... [more]
From January 7-25, The Maritime Museum has a special school holiday show called Ghosts of Memory Cove. It's the story... [more]
07/01/2013 - 25/01/2013
I seem to find myself in Semaphore a lot lately. If it's not one of their popular festivals or another, it's the... [more]
Adelaide has enjoyed a feast of Festivals lately, but there is always room for another. The Laziza (meaning delic... [more]
Bonython Park is the largest park in Adelaide, in the north west corner of the city's parklands. It's a popular plac... [more]
If you haven't been to a Schutzenfest then can you really call yourself a South Aussie? South Australia has had a... [more]
18/01/2013 - 19/01/2013
I am constantly agog at how many readers and subscribers I have in Adelaide, so here is something to whittle down th... [more]
For fifty years as the home to many dedicated nurses in South Australia's mental health system, this building would ... [more]
A Heritage Precinct in College Park As you drive along Payneham Road toward the city your concentration is likely... [more]
The Flinders University Art Museum is currently hosting an art exhibition showcasing a collection of 46 of the best ... [more]
08/12/2012 - 17/02/2013
As free events go, December was a dead month. But I am happy to say that January makes up with a plethora of hap... [more]
It wasn't so long ago that people couldn't get out of Adelaide Gaol quick enough, but on Sunday January 27 I'm confi... [more]
Semaphore springs into summer with one festival after another - the hugely popular Semaphore Street Fair was barely ... [more]
12/01/2013 - 13/01/2013
When SA Water relocated to their new 6 star rated green building in Victoria Square, they were able to relinquish th... [more]
Finding school holiday activities that are fun can be a challenge, especially after the first couple of weeks when y... [more]
14/01/2013 - 25/01/2013
The Feathers exhibition will display the works of 23 young Australian artists in a novel and quite innovative way. ... [more]
09/01/2013 - 09/02/2013
I do think that the people who deride Adelaide as being a small town don't understand why visitors come to South Aus... [more]
When I wrote my first article about the Adelaide Night Market, I was relying on advance publicity, so it was tricky ... [more]
I sometimes think that being on holidays can be more stressful than being at work or school. You don't have that... [more]
There is one thing that kids in Adelaide love about wetlands, and that is the chance to get up close to all the bird... [more]
When people travel about Adelaide on the South Eastern Freeway, most have a specific destination in mind and the... [more]
Vacant Space is one of the more unusual projects brought to you this summer by imagination fuelled Splash Adelaide. ... [more]
Those wonderful people at Splash Adelaide are doing their best to ease you into the school holidays gently with lots of ... [more]
15/12/2012 - 16/12/2012
Summer Movies On The Terrace is back again this year. Enjoy Adelaide's balmy summer evenings under the stars on North... [more]
24/01/2013 - 21/02/2013
Tenafeate Creek Winery is easily overlooked if you're heading out to the Barossa or Clare Valleys for some wine tastin... [more]
1D World Stores are popping up everywhere lately and their range of One Direction merchandise just keeps on growing.... [more]
On the main Adelaide - Melbourne railway line through the picturesque Adelaide Hills there are several sleepy countr... [more]
The Stirling Nativity Re-enactment was announced too late for our list of Christmas events, but is a popular annual even... [more]
Keswick Barracks on the edge of the south parklands has been a South Australian landmark for around one hundred year... [more]
Mount Torrens is one of a small number of places in South Australia that have been given State Heritage Area recogni... [more]
The Carnevale Festival is Adelaide's opportunity to celebrate the strong Italian heritage that our community has acquire... [more]
09/02/2013 - 10/02/2013
At the recent 1D World store opening in Adelaide a One Direction store staff member modelled the OnePiece onesie for al... [more]
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