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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 - 1055 - Page 12
Adelaide could be a dangerous place for homosexuals and bisexuals in 1972. Homosexual acts between consenting adults w... [more]
18/09/2013 - 24/11/2013
The Sturt Gorge Recreation Park is 244 hectares of densely vegetated hill slopes and open space south of Adelaide, s... [more]
As I wander the suburbs of Adelaide I feel an almost magnetic tug when I go past collectibles and and second hand sh... [more]
Port Adelaide is a fabulous place to visit at any time, with its colourful markets, fascinating maritime history... [more]
19/10/2013 - 20/10/2013
There are a few places in Adelaide that I love to walk around and enjoy their rich architectural heritage. Parts of ... [more]
14/09/2013 - 29/09/2013
The bustling town of Blackwood south of Adelaide, is a place I enjoy to visit. While the town centre seems crammed w... [more]
Adelaide's car parks are drab, dull and functional. A rectangle of grey bitumen enclosed by dotted lines, and someti... [more]
When the City of Marion invited me to write about their new Glade Crescent Reserve, I expected to see something that... [more]
The South Road Superway is the biggest and most expensive single infrastructure road project in the history of South... [more]
Three Weddings and a Cook is perhaps the most unusual event yet to be hosted by the Migration Museum in Adelaide. ... [more]
The Aldgate Valley Nature Walk is a wonderful new trail connecting the sleepy Adelaide Hills hamlets of Aldgate and ... [more]
A recent housing development in a corner of Port Adelaide is the home to one of Adelaide's true hidden secrets - a s... [more]
Suburban back streets are littered with lonely old shopfronts, their paint peeling after patronage deserted them in ... [more]
With the Federal election looming on September 7 it seems that we don't hear about anything else at the moment, ... [more]
There's a lot of pressure in modern society to conform with established "norms", and often an individual's attempts ... [more]
07/09/2014 - 29/09/2014
The Moon Lantern Festival is easily the most popular event of the OzAsia Festival every year, with tens of thousands... [more]
As you wander about Adelaide's East End it soon becomes apparent that it has become synonymous with upmarket eaterie... [more]
If it's not bad enough listening to the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader squabble all year in Parliament Hou... [more]
Archie the Pastizzi Bus is a fairly new arrival on Adelaide's food truck scene, although they have previously made a... [more]
Totness is pretty much the town that never was. Google it and you're just as likely to get Totnes in Devon (UK) a... [more]
The O'Halloran Hill Recreation Park is a large green space stretching from Ocean Boulevard in the west to South Road... [more]
It's not well known that the first metals mining in Australia started in 1841 in the Adelaide Hills, bringing a mini... [more]
The Hindmarsh Museum has a simple aim - to tell the story of Hindmarsh and the surrounding suburbs in Adelaide's nor... [more]
Last month's article about what is on in Adelaide had an emphasis on activities for children due to the school h... [more]
01/08/2013 - 31/08/2013
Making road trips fun The school holidays are a popular time to escape the city and do scenic tours to the country.... [more]
Sleeps Hill Reserve is a large (69 hectares) open space between Panorama and Belair. Between 1916 and 1950 twel... [more]
The classic Targa Adelaide Car Rally returns to Adelaide again in August with five fabulous days of fun and thri... [more]
21/08/2013 - 25/08/2013
About the SALA Festival The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is the largest visual arts festival in ... [more]
02/08/2013 - 25/08/2013
Murray Bridge is the fourth largest city about South Australia, and an important regional centre for surrounding t... [more]
Australia's links to Asia strengthen every year as we develop stronger economic and cultural connections, while migr... [more]
13/09/2013 - 29/09/2013
St John Ambulance in SA has a long history of helping the public all about South Australia. It's a charitable organi... [more]
These days you can find farmers markets all about Adelaide, bringing you fresh organic produce free of shrink wrap a... [more]
Unfortunately the phrases hidden gem and Adelaide's best kept secret pop up so often in articles that they are virtu... [more]
Desperate Days In the dark desperate days of the 1990's after the State Bank collapsed, the Liberal government sold... [more]
The latest Fork on the Road food truck festival brought out some new starters as thousands of people braved chilly w... [more]
Panwakema is a charity started in 2012 to help children in Sudan who have been affected by its civil war. It was... [more]
Port Willunga is described by Wikipedia as a semi-rural suburb of Adelaide, and in some ways I think that sums up it... [more]
The Willunga Almond Blossom Festival is one of the Fleurieu Peninsula's premium annual events, with more than 15,000... [more]
27/07/2013 - 03/08/2013
The CC Hood Reserve is located in Panorama, south of Adelaide and includes a playground, dedicated dog park, picnic ... [more]
Australia is teeming with migrants. After all, with the exception of Australia's indigenous people we all came from ... [more]
The Adelaide Hills will be echoing to the sound of jazz over the June long weekend as SA's premier Hills music festi... [more]
07/06/2013 - 10/06/2013
Belair National Park is one of our city's favourite parks, and the adventure playground in the park is one of the ma... [more]
The Fab Lab in Adelaide is a community centre where anyone can make things cheaply and easily using digital fabricat... [more]
Belair National Park is Adelaide's favourite park with around 250,000 visitors every year. It is massive in size... [more]
After indulging a month long orgy of nostalgia with the About Time history festival, it's time to rejoin the pre... [more]
01/06/2013 - 30/06/2013
The Josiah Mitton Reserve in Brompton is an oasis of green space in a sea of changing landscapes. Named after a l... [more]
Visiting an antique and collectable store in Adelaide for the first time can be a journey into the unknown. At th... [more]
Steam engines are guaranteed conversation starters. Talking about steam trains always brings out nostalgic memori... [more]
25/05/2013 - 26/05/2013
It seems that the most popular type of playground in Adelaide is the adventure playground. I have yet to work ou... [more]
I first spotted Wienerbago at the Fork on the Road at The Depot a couple of months ago, but had already eaten so did... [more]
While walking about Adelaide recently I noticed the distinctive Scout fleur-de-lis emblem located high on a building... [more]
Adelaide is lucky to have a large number of green spaces for recreational use. Sometimes the problem is just finding... [more]
Some people say that the Internet de-personalises our interaction with others. That we struggle to communicate fully... [more]
While the sun sneaks further north and we hit the shops looking for warmer clothes and ugg boots, it's not yet t... [more]
01/05/2013 - 31/05/2013
After trawling through About Time History Festival's long listing of events for May, I found some gems happening in ... [more]
Before I start, let me tell you that I'm going to cheat. If something costs a gold coin I am going to treat it as "f... [more]
01/05/2013 - 31/05/2013
These days most of us are very comfortable with the concept of recycling. It's almost become second nature to do it.... [more]
Ironically I didn't even know that Unley Museum existed, although I had used it a couple of times. It's hidden away... [more]
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