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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 11
When I wrote my first article about the Fork on the Road food truck festival, the event had barely been announced. T... [more]
31/03/2017
Carols by Candlelight is an event that truly epitomises the spirit of Christmas by bringing thousands of families togeth... [more]
16/12/2012
There was no doubt about what's on in Adelaide by 8am on December 1 as a stream of hundreds of excited young girls (... [more]
01/12/2012 - 31/12/2012
Book bargain hunters are probably already familiar with the Rotary Charity Bookshop on Goodwood Rd. Their normal pri... [more]
27/11/2012 - 25/12/2012
Kilburn is a suburb just north of Adelaide, that is probably best known for the Islington Rail Yards and once domina... [more]
There was quite a lot of interest shown in disused railway stations in a recent article about the Gilbert Valley, so... [more]
Anyone reading the title is bound to think I have gone bananas. As we all know, sailing and yacht clubs are found in c... [more]
Like the three other reserves in the 34 hectare Stirling Linear Park, the Hender Reserve is accessible from Woorabin... [more]
After experiencing the tranquil serenity of Woorabinda Lake Reserve and the untamed lushness and rich bio-diversity ... [more]
Situated adjacent to the popular Woorabinda Lake Reserve in leafy Stirling is another park having quite a different ... [more]
Meadows is a pretty little country town of around 800 people which hosts a vibrant country market on the second Sund... [more]
The imposing buildings of Keswick Barracks on Anzac Highway are home to a number of units of our armed forces includ... [more]
The majestic Bicentennial Conservatory set in the Botanic Gardens in Adelaide is one of South Australia's major tour... [more]
As I was driving to take photographs for artist Chris Wake's Open Garden & Gallery, I was overcome by the temptation... [more]
Every year the not-for-profit Open Gardens Australia arranges for interested gardeners to open gardens in Adelaide t... [more]
24/11/2012 - 25/11/2012
Splash Adelaide is working overtime this summer to bring you an exciting range of activities throughout the city of ... [more]
27/02/2015
Carramar is a magnificent mansion at 179 Greenhill Road Parkside (corner of George Street), one of only three mansio... [more]
We know many of our readers are very keen bargain hunters that love to browse markets, so we're pleased to bring you det... [more]
09/12/2012 - 24/03/2013
The East End is a very popular part of Adelaide to eat and shop at now, and with Summer Fridays in the East End retu... [more]
16/11/2012 - 22/03/2013
After a popular run of around seven months the fascinating RMS Titanic Exhibition at The SA Maritime Museum is now comin... [more]
11/11/2012
When a new food truck arrives in town, there can be an inelegant scramble among your dedicated reviewers to taste an... [more]
I love to explore places and it doesn't really matter whether I am in Adelaide, my local neighbourhood or in London.... [more]
I find cars quite boring nowadays. It seems to me that the designs from many popular manufacturers have converged to the... [more]
02/12/2012
After the great success on my article about the Swinging Bridge of St Peters I have started to wonder whether my readers... [more]
While wandering around in Adelaide I noticed a sign outside one of my favourite buildings - the quirky former Stock ... [more]
06/09/2012 - 21/11/2012
The Adelaide Christmas Pageant is arguably one of the most popular events in Adelaide, bringing families from all around... [more]
08/12/2012 - 27/01/2013
Motorbikes have been very popular in Adelaide for years, perhaps because of our milder Mediterranean climate, and in... [more]
18/11/2012
Regular readers will be familiar with my interest in city pubs, and particularly those in the South West Corner. The... [more]
31/10/2012 - 30/11/2012
Year 12 students from around the state are counting down the days till their end of the year party kicks off at scen... [more]
16/11/2012 - 18/11/2012
There are many sad stories about heritage places, steeped in history but left to decay, or even worse those that are... [more]
Spring not only makes trees blossom, but it brings out a colourful collection of events too. The Semaphore Street ... [more]
25/11/2012
Mike Tyson is perhaps one of the best known boxers around and is a former undisputed heavyweight champion of the wor... [more]
16/11/2012 - 21/11/2012
Of course THE Christmas Pageant in Adelaide sponsored by credit unions of South Australia is by far the most popular... [more]
10/11/2012 - 25/12/2012
As Christmas approaches local communities around the state are preparing to celebrate in their own way. Adelaide cit... [more]
16/12/2012
It seems the Gillard government has made few popular decisions, even from the viewpoint of Labour supporters. And on... [more]
31/10/2012
This is possibly one of the most unusual places I have reviewed yet. Not because of the menu, location, or service. ... [more]
I have recently been highly critical of the Premier and Planning Minister over their failure to show any support for... [more]
15/10/2012 - 08/11/2012
It's been a while since the Australian National Drag Racing Association (ANDRA) has had a championship in Adelaide, bu... [more]
20/10/2012
My first article on the Mitcham Village Market was based on advance publicity supplied to me, so I was eager to see ... [more]
People are becoming increasingly interested in organic gardening and sustainability, and local councils help to enco... [more]
28/10/2012
Tum Tum the Halloumi Van has pretty much been in hibernation since Autumn and I had only heard about it recently. B... [more]
Say the word "sustainability" to a crowd of people, and I think half of them would be asleep within 30 seconds. But ... [more]
21/10/2012
Following on from the very successful Miss Gladys Sym Choon Bicycle Swap Meet held recently, the Miss Gladys Sym Cho... [more]
20/10/2012
November is looking rather quiet compared to last month as far as free events go, although there are some that wil... [more]
November brings us the Rescue 2012 Life Saving World Championships at three different venues around the metropolita... [more]
17/11/2012 - 18/11/2012
Most of us don't need an excuse to head over to scenic Yorke Peninsular, and we flock over there in droves every lon... [more]
03/11/2012 - 04/11/2012
The Radical Reels Film Festival is back again this year, showcasing a selection of spectacular action sports films. ... [more]
21/11/2012
Adelaide City Council (ACC) has taken an increasingly relaxed attitude to street art in recent times, allowing mural... [more]
04/11/2012
Bowls is a sport traditionally associated with elderly people dressed in white uniforms, whiling away long afternoon... [more]
24/11/2012 - 09/12/2012
The recent forced closure of the Jade Monkey live music venue has been devastating news for many local musicians and... [more]
01/11/2012
These days I drive to most places, even to the local shop, which is about 10 minutes walk away - or less on a bike. ... [more]
Many oldies among us can remember the joy of popping in to your corner shop to buy a mixed bag of cobbers, milk bott... [more]
The Adelaide Pride March may not be as large or well known as Sydney's Mardi Gras, but it makes up with the sheer en... [more]
10/11/2012
In a recent article about the City Steam Biscuit Factory (the original name for the Jade Monkey live music venue), w... [more]
For me a highlight of the Adelaide Feast Festival is one of the closing events, the Picnic in the Park. It's usually... [more]
25/11/2012
Feast is Adelaide's iconic lesbian and gay festival, celebrating its 16th birthday this year with a bigger than ever... [more]
10/11/2012 - 25/11/2012
Okay, I hear you say, this sounds a particularly unglamorous location which I really have no interest in visiting. T... [more]
As a boy, I can remember singing Waltzing Matilda while I wondered what a billabong actually looks like. Until t... [more]
While shopping at the Bay, I spotted the new New York Dreams diner on Jetty Road. I'd heard about their shop at Sema... [more]
If you are even a moderately successful gardener it is not uncommon to find that you have a surplus of plants. Many ... [more]
14/10/2012
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