Living Kaurna Cultural Centre has joined Access4All's community garden initiative and succeeded in creating an incredible community garden at the rear of historic Fairford House (next to the original coach-house) which conciliates Warriparinga's Aboriginal and European heritage - the masterpiece of this garden is its newly built wood-fire pizza oven, featuring stunning Aboriginal art designs on the exterior.
If you can't make it to this week's grand opening, don't despair - the good news is Warriparinga's Pop-Up Pizza Café will continue opening on a weekly basis, each Wednesday, from 11am until 2pm, offering its range of 9 inch wood-fired pizzas - featuring a signature napolitana sauce made with native thyme and native basil and a choice of several toppings: margarita; ham, pineapple, quandong relish; triple cheese; mushroom, bocconcini and mountain pepper; salami, pepperoni and Davidson plum; garlic, herb and wattle seed. Beverages on offer will be water, juice and soft drinks.
Pizza prices start at $8 for a kids sized pizza and 9 inch pizzas are priced from $14-$18 (depending on the choice of topping). There is currently an opening special on offer for the first two weeks: receive a free drink with every pizza purchased. Dine on-site or take-away.
For further information, contact Living Kaurna Cultural Centre on (08) 8357 5900 - ample free parking is available on-site: enter onto Warriparinga Way from Sturt Road, Bedford Park and drive down to where Living Kaurna Cultural Centre and Fairford House are co-located.
Why? Living Kaurna Cultural Centre has created an incredible community garden, complete with a wood-fire pizza oven at the rear of historic Fairford House - pop in on a Wednesday, between 11am-2pm & try one of several pizzas topped with native ingredients