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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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South Adelaide Hills (90|10)
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My WeekendNotes - 837 - Page 6
Meadows is a normally tranquil country town in the Adelaide Hills south of Adelaide. It's also one of the principal ... [more]
As part of Mount Barker's 175th birthday celebrations, SteamRanger Heritage Railway is running a special train to St... [more]
Semaphore is one of the most popular beachside suburbs in Adelaide, having a laid back feel without seeming desperat... [more]
03/10/2014 - 06/10/2014
The Malaysian Carnival is a free event in Adelaide's leafy Rymill Park. It's a unique window into Malaysian food and c... [more]
Up until the 1970's, mental illness was a largely taboo subject that was seldom discussed in public. Places like the... [more]
In less than a year the Market Shed on Holland has earned a solid reputation as a great place to go for organic food... [more]
The Jaguar motor car was for many years seen as the exclusive domain of Tory cabinet ministers, captains of commerce... [more]
Asiafest is the newest festival in Adelaide, bringing a smorgasbord of Asian food flavours to Rymill Park over the O... [more]
04/10/2014 - 06/10/2014
Port Adelaide is an iconic area in Adelaide, a place rich in history. Port River dolphins, stately old buildings, th... [more]
05/10/2014 - 06/10/2014
The Royal Adelaide Show is a major highlight in South Australia's family events calendar. For nearly two weeks famil... [more]
Picture Adelaide 2040 is a project of the Adelaide City Council, inviting the public to help shape the future develo... [more]
28/08/2014 - 19/09/2014
As Fork on the Road food truck festival starts its season 3 journey, the mix of trucks taking part continues to chan... [more]
With spring nearly here the days are getting warmer, and people are thinking of doing things outdoors again. I c... [more]
22/08/2014 - 30/09/2014
The OzAsia Festival has returned for its eighth year of bridging the cultural gap between Adelaide and our close nei... [more]
03/09/2014 - 17/09/2014
Historic Port Adelaide and its surrounding suburbs have a huge number of architecturally important heritage building... [more]
The Moon Lantern Festival is a modern celebration based on an ancient Chinese tradition - a mid autumn festival cele... [more]
Laneway Learning is a new concept in Adelaide, although it has been running for some time now in the eastern states.... [more]
The wonders of electronics have changed our lives over the last several decades, bringing us gadgets that we could n... [more]
The Fork on the Road food festival has become a local institution in Adelaide since its first free event at Victoria... [more]
01/08/2014 - 31/08/2014
Games are a fun way for people to interact, release tensions without hurting anyone, and indulge a competitive strea... [more]
08/12/2014 - 11/12/2014
Hart's Mill is one of two historic flour mills that dominate the landscape at the western end of Port Adelaide inner... [more]
On average July is our coldest month in Adelaide, and it has certainly seemed that way lately. August sees the t... [more]
22/07/2014 - 31/08/2014
As more information worldwide is digitised and becomes available on the internet, the challenge of doing a free fami... [more]
Everyone has heard of the Big Day Out, and many inner suburbs residents have been treated to a free festival perform... [more]
The Pre Loved Treasure Op Shop at The Repat is a little known thrift shop, located on the grounds of the Repatriatio... [more]
The Inner Harbour Loop Path is a new shared use path for cyclists and pedestrians that showcases many Port Adelaide ... [more]
The highly popular Espionage Gallery in Adelaide was forced to close its doors after financial difficulties, but it ... [more]
Over the last 4 years has staked a place as the premier internet broadcasting station in Adelaide catering... [more]
14/07/2014 - 08/08/2014
August is visual arts month in Adelaide and all the regions of South Australia, when the South Australian Living Art... [more]
01/08/2014 - 24/08/2014
Given a choice between meat based and vegetarian meals, many of us would not choose vegetarian food. The naming of r... [more]
The Maritime Museum Port Adelaide has recently opened a fascinating new exhibition - Rough Medicine: Life & Death in... [more]
30/05/2014 - 23/03/2015
Adelaide's inner south western suburbs have always been short of good cafes compared to our eastern neighbours. Peop... [more]
South Australia has never experienced a white Christmas and rarely gets any snow at all, so the chance for Adelaide ... [more]
05/07/2014 - 18/07/2014
I love visiting the tranquil Adelaide Hills with their charming small country towns, artisan food producers, and her... [more]
The Adelaide Showground Farmers' Market is a thriving community market held every Sunday (except during the Royal Sh... [more]
While we have recently lost the Brickworks Markets in Adelaide's western suburbs, the number of undercover markets c... [more]
Long before European settlement in Australia, the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains came together at Warriparinga o... [more]
Many people in Adelaide have enthusiastically caught FIFA World Cup fever this month, even taking to Victoria Sq... [more]
19/06/2014 - 31/07/2014
Field Street in Adelaide links the south west corner of the city to Chinatown, and is home to a couple of restaurant... [more]
The Bay to Birdwood Run is an enormously popular family event in SA, and not just for car enthusiasts - it's one of ... [more]
22/09/2014 - 03/10/2014
People in our state are very proud of the international acclaim for South Australian wine, and South Australian food... [more]
Bastille Day is France's national day, celebrated on July 14 each year. It commemorates the start of the French Revolu... [more]
The Maritime Museum's steam tug Yelta is a living piece of history. The last steam tug in South Australia, it was bu... [more]
15/10/2016 - 16/10/2016
The recent Victoria Square redevelopment has already proved itself capable of entertaining huge crowds in Adelaide, ... [more]
28/06/2014 - 29/06/2014
Tracing your family history is a rewarding job, but it does have its challenges. And even if you are successful, it ... [more]
Adelaide's unpredictable weather continues to be a topic of much conversation with taxi drivers, and anyone stuc... [more]
01/06/2014 - 30/06/2014
The annual Feast Festival is one of the high points for gay and lesbian people in Adelaide. Held every November, the... [more]
27/06/2014 - 06/07/2014
There's something very relaxed about casual dining in the suburbs, and sometimes you can find a brunch bar in quite ... [more]
During May and June Alliance Francaise d'Adelaide is holding four free things to do that will appeal to all the family. ... [more]
We're lucky to have a mild Mediterranean climate in Adelaide that is perfect for growing your own fruit and vegetabl... [more]
Sunday May 18 is International Museum Day, when we are encouraged to think about the place museums hold in our lives... [more]
It's hard to come up with new and unique ideas for Mothers' Day in Adelaide, especially at the last minute. And while a ... [more]
Travellers to the country regions of South Australia will have noticed that many small towns have their own National T... [more]
The stately Museum of Economic Botany is an attractive Greek revival building located in Botanic Gardens of Adelaide... [more]
After a relaxing time in April with the Easter and Anzac long weekends, the prospect of facing May without any p... [more]
01/05/2014 - 31/05/2014
After having travelled to many other countries of the world I am still proud to call South Australia my home, and I sh... [more]
The One and All is probably the best known of South Australia's tall ships, and is one of the Port Adelaide attracti... [more]
The Limestone Coast is one of the popular South Australian regions for tourism. Formerly known as the South East... [more]
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