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Pop-Up Pizza Cafe - Fairford House Community Garden

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Experience This Australian Native Inspired Pop-Up Pizza Café
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Experience this excitingly innovative, Australian native inspired Pop-Up Pizza Café each Tuesday, from 11am-2pm, in historic Fairford House's newly created community garden, at Warriparinga. Here you'll find a recently built, top of the range wood-fire pizza oven, stunningly decorated in indigenous art designs, fired up and consistently producing top quality, freshly made-to-order, wood-fired pizzas, infused with Australian native food flavours.

Historic Kingston House is now owned by City of Marion and managed by Living Kaurna Cultural Centre, who in partnership with Bush Tukka Pty Ltd, Meridian Vocational College and St John's Youth Services created the start-up for what is now Warriparinga's first official Pop-Up Pizza Café.

Warriparinga's Pop-Up Pizza Café offers freshly made to order pizzas, infused with Australian native food ingredients (such as quandong, Tasmanian mountain pepper berries, native thyme and native basil). All pizzas are $16 each and soft drinks, juice and water are available for purchase at $3.50. Fairford House community garden offers disabled access (including allocated disabled parking spaces) with ample, free parking available on-site (enter via Warriparinga Way).

For further information, contact Living Kaurna Cultural Centre on (08) 8357 5900.
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Why? Living Kaurna Cultural Centre has partnered with City of Marion, Meridian Vocational College & St John's Youth Services to offer employment opportunities to those at risk of/experiencing homelessness (proceeds go to supporting St John's Youth Service
When: Each Tuesday: 11am-2pm
Phone: Phone enquiries to Living Kaurna Cultural Centre ph: 8357 5900
Where: Fairford House community garden (Warriparinga, next to Living Kaurna Cultural Centre - ample, free, on-site parking, with disability access)
Cost: All pizzas are $16 each, soft drinks, water & juice can be purchased for $3.50 each
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