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City: Adelaide

Am South Australian born and bred and love where I live!
I'm a photographer who gets out to see as much as there is to see, as often as I can.

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Spotlight
It's the month of short weeks and long weekends. School holidays are just around the corner too and families all over th... [more]
When nature calls, you must answer! Travelling with a family is now a whole lot easier with this very handy gov... [more]
The Gorge Wildlife Park is one of my favourite places to visit and spend a day. The park is located in Cudlee Creek ... [more]
 
Hear ye, hear ye! The fourteenth annual Gumeracha Medieval Fair will be held on the 8th & 9th of May in the Federation P... [more]
08/05/2021 - 09/05/2021
South Australia's History Festival is back! Held each year for the month of May, the History Festival program is... [more]
01/05/2021 - 30/05/2021
For those of you who have been wishing for Illuminart to return to the city streets and light up our buildings at night ... [more]
16/07/2021 - 01/08/2021
This is no ordinary art exhibition. A blockbuster hit in more than 60 cities worldwide, it's now Adelaide's turn to e... [more]
24/06/2021 - 01/08/2021
Pack your bags and let the boss know you're taking some leave! Because, starting soon, your holidays will be cheaper tha... [more]
01/04/2021 - 31/07/2021
The Thai Festival is a family friendly event with abundance of activities for both adults and kids. This year's T... [more]
20/03/2021
Don't miss BOREALIS at Rymill Park Lake at Gluttony - Rymill Park. Experience the magic of the Northern Lights r... [more]
20/02/2021 - 21/03/2021
How much fun is it to find feathers? There are so many questions - what kind of bird did it come from? Is the bird a nat... [more]
Tourism took a massive hit during 2020's coronavirus pandemic. Travel operators lost just about everything almost overni... [more]
14/01/2021 - 30/06/2021
Maintained by volunteers, Nangawooka is a fenced 2 hectare nature reserve north of Victor Harbor on the corner of Waterp... [more]
I was given an opportunity to visit the Adelaide Holocaust Museum & Steiner Education Centre a few days prior to their d... [more]
South Australian towns have embraced silo art with a passion. Silo Art is a tourism lifeline for our country towns and b... [more]
Mark the date on your calendar and get your free travel voucher from the South Australian Government. Travel vouc... [more]
15/10/2020
On a recent trip to the Flinders, I realised a dream to fly over Wilpena Pound. COVID almost got in the way of bookin... [more]
Love exploring the great outdoors? We in South Australia are very fortunate that we have a great big state with lots of ... [more]
23/10/2020 - 25/10/2020
We've all been there. You're out in nature doing something you love like photography, camping, fishing or watching the k... [more]
Face masks are in high demand at the moment and finding them in stock has become a difficult task, even for us in Adelai... [more]
Jeff Morgan's panorama gallery in Hawker is an amazing place that you should rate highly on the things to do while in th... [more]
Bickford's is one of Australia's oldest and most treasured brands and is a South Australian History Icon. The co... [more]
It's an unlikely find in the middle of the outback. A sculpture park. At first you think you're seeing things, then you ... [more]
Set your alarm for this upcoming rare astronomical event. Jupiter, Venus and the Moon will align to form a great big smi... [more]
15/05/2020 - 16/05/2020
COVID-19 is a big global issue and kids may have a particularly hard time making sense of what's happening. Kids are... [more]
The past few weeks have shown us that our world has changed and nothing is quite the same. Things have come to a stop an... [more]
As coronavirus forces the cancellation of ANZAC Day dawn services across the country, Australians are coming up with ide... [more]
25/04/2020
We're all trying to do the right thing. Some of us are in voluntary self-isolation, others are in an enforced one. Eithe... [more]
Curdimurka, located on the Oodnadatta Track is an abandoned railway siding on the old Ghan Railway Line. It is 104 kilom... [more]
South Australia. SA Great. Our great state. Our state of the arts, wine, sport and FUIC. A state of Crow-eaters. We love... [more]
Remember Girl Guides and Brownies? Earning badges, going on camp and those great tasting biscuits? Girl Guides st... [more]
21/02/2020
South Australia has some stunningly beautiful beaches. We're so lucky that we have easy access to some of the most magni... [more]
A luminarium is an inflatable sculpture that you enter to be moved to a sense of wonder at the beauty of light and colou... [more]
14/02/2020 - 15/03/2020
There's some new fun in town for you to try - an online Scavenger Hunt! I did this just recently with my family and we h... [more]
Each summer, along our state's long coastlines, beach-nesting birds are working hard to raise a family. If you're lucky ... [more]
Semaphore is one of the most popular beaches in Adelaide. It's the ultimate holiday destination, with families flocking ... [more]
14/12/2019 - 27/01/2020
Big Red is a tree. It was named the largest living River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) in the south-east of South A... [more]
The longest-running children's show in Australia, and the second longest-running worldwide, Play School is nothing short... [more]
07/12/2019 - 22/03/2020
Bring your family and friends to the river bank on War Memorial Drive in North Adelaide for an event that they'll rememb... [more]
Arts Projects Australia are bringing the French artistic collective Compagnie Carabosse to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens ... [more]
12/03/2020 - 15/03/2020
It's an Australian party staple - Fairy Bread. As kids, we gorged ourselves on it at every single special occasion. No b... [more]
24/11/2019
Each year thousands of people - young, old and everything in between, meet at Victoria Square (Tarndanyangga) in the cit... [more]
16/11/2019
The Bubbler and Blanche Cup are natural artesian mound springs, found just off the Oodnadatta Track in the far north of ... [more]
It's back - it's Adelaide's scariest Halloween experience. Horbland Graveyard is a terrifying maze that will scare and t... [more]
25/10/2019 - 31/10/2019
The Adelaide Zombie Walk is back in 2019, but sadly, it will be for the very last time. At the end of this year's walk, ... [more]
12/10/2019
5 kms north of Lyndhurst on the Outback Highway in northern South Australia is a sign beside the road with the non-inspi... [more]
The Adelaide Camera Expo, presented by PhotoCo Camerahouse in the Adelaide Central Market will be held on Sunday the 29t... [more]
29/09/2019
The Marine Discovery Centre at Henley Beach is an award-winning marine education facility that is teaching young people ... [more]
21/09/2019
Look who's 50! In 2019, the iconic Skymaster Ferris wheel at the Royal Adelaide Show celebrates its 50th Anniversary. ... [more]
30/08/2019 - 08/09/2019
It's Australia's most photogenic marsupial and named "the happiest animal in the world" - it's the cute as a button Quok... [more]
13/09/2019 - 15/09/2019
It's Australia's most famous rock and annually there are 300,000 people who visit the World Heritage listed site. ... [more]
On a recent trip to Uluru, it was agreed that a camel ride through the desert was a must do. But, once there and standin... [more]
Bob The Railway Dog is an Australian icon - Bob was a dog that led a truly amazing life. He was a train hopping / train ... [more]
In 1873, Englishman William Christie Gosse became the first European to climb Uluru, dually known as Ayers Rock. Nearly ... [more]
A trip to Australia's Red Centre to see Uluru and Kata Tjuta is a tick for the bucket list. It really is the trip of a l... [more]
On again as part of the immensely popular History Festival is the opening of Fort Glanville at night. It's a muc... [more]
04/05/2019
There's a new bar in Adelaide and you're going to want to check it out! The Sorcerer's Bar on Bank Street in the... [more]
Sculpture trails are so popular. You have free access to some outstanding artworks and, in the case of the Sculpture Enc... [more]
A tall and imposing monument situated on the highest point on Hindmarsh Island is a marker for one of the greatest explo... [more]
Alex Cearns OAM is an internationally renowned animal photographer and the owner of Houndstooth Studio in Perth. Her ima... [more]
16/03/2019 - 17/03/2019
Returning for the 3rd time in 2019 is the incredibly popular Wonderwalls Festival. Wonderwalls is an International stree... [more]
29/03/2019 - 31/03/2019
Ah, Victor Harbor - what's not to love about a day out in Victor. There's Granite Island and it's famous horse-dr... [more]
Dual 2019 Australian Of The Year recipient, Dr Richard "Harry" Harris SC OAM will be speaking at a special free event at... [more]
04/04/2019
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