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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 14
I seem to find myself in Semaphore a lot lately. If it's not one of their popular festivals or another, it's the... [more]
Adelaide has enjoyed a feast of Festivals lately, but there is always room for another. The Laziza (meaning delic... [more]
Bonython Park is the largest park in Adelaide, in the north west corner of the city's parklands. It's a popular plac... [more]
If you haven't been to a Schutzenfest then can you really call yourself a South Aussie? South Australia has had a... [more]
18/01/2013 - 19/01/2013
I am constantly agog at how many readers and subscribers I have in Adelaide, so here is something to whittle down th... [more]
For fifty years as the home to many dedicated nurses in South Australia's mental health system, this building would ... [more]
A Heritage Precinct in College Park As you drive along Payneham Road toward the city your concentration is likely... [more]
The Flinders University Art Museum is currently hosting an art exhibition showcasing a collection of 46 of the best ... [more]
08/12/2012 - 17/02/2013
As free events go, December was a dead month. But I am happy to say that January makes up with a plethora of hap... [more]
It wasn't so long ago that people couldn't get out of Adelaide Gaol quick enough, but on Sunday January 27 I'm confi... [more]
Semaphore springs into summer with one festival after another - the hugely popular Semaphore Street Fair was barely ... [more]
12/01/2013 - 13/01/2013
When SA Water relocated to their new 6 star rated green building in Victoria Square, they were able to relinquish th... [more]
Finding school holiday activities that are fun can be a challenge, especially after the first couple of weeks when y... [more]
14/01/2013 - 25/01/2013
The Feathers exhibition will display the works of 23 young Australian artists in a novel and quite innovative way. ... [more]
09/01/2013 - 09/02/2013
I do think that the people who deride Adelaide as being a small town don't understand why visitors come to South Aus... [more]
When I wrote my first article about the Adelaide Night Market, I was relying on advance publicity, so it was tricky ... [more]
There is one thing that kids in Adelaide love about wetlands, and that is the chance to get up close to all the bird... [more]
When people travel about Adelaide on the South Eastern Freeway, most have a specific destination in mind and the... [more]
Vacant Space is one of the more unusual projects brought to you this summer by imagination fuelled Splash Adelaide. ... [more]
Those wonderful people at Splash Adelaide are doing their best to ease you into the school holidays gently with lots of ... [more]
15/12/2012 - 16/12/2012
Summer Movies On The Terrace is back again this year. Enjoy Adelaide's balmy summer evenings under the stars on North... [more]
24/01/2013 - 21/02/2013
Tenafeate Creek Winery is easily overlooked if you're heading out to the Barossa or Clare Valleys for some wine tastin... [more]
1D World Stores are popping up everywhere lately and their range of One Direction merchandise just keeps on growing.... [more]
On the main Adelaide - Melbourne railway line through the picturesque Adelaide Hills there are several sleepy countr... [more]
The Stirling Nativity Re-enactment was announced too late for our list of Christmas events, but is a popular annual even... [more]
Keswick Barracks on the edge of the south parklands has been a South Australian landmark for around one hundred year... [more]
Mount Torrens is one of a small number of places in South Australia that have been given State Heritage Area recogni... [more]
The Carnevale Festival is Adelaide's opportunity to celebrate the strong Italian heritage that our community has acquire... [more]
09/02/2013 - 10/02/2013
At the recent 1D World store opening in Adelaide a One Direction store staff member modelled the OnePiece onesie for al... [more]
When I wrote my first article about the Fork on the Road food truck festival, the event had barely been announced. T... [more]
Carols by Candlelight is an event that truly epitomises the spirit of Christmas by bringing thousands of families togeth... [more]
There was no doubt about what's on in Adelaide by 8am on December 1 as a stream of hundreds of excited young girls (... [more]
01/12/2012 - 31/12/2012
Book bargain hunters are probably already familiar with the Rotary Charity Bookshop on Goodwood Rd. Their normal pri... [more]
27/11/2012 - 25/12/2012
Kilburn is a suburb just north of Adelaide, that is probably best known for the Islington Rail Yards and once domina... [more]
There was quite a lot of interest shown in disused railway stations in a recent article about the Gilbert Valley, so... [more]
Anyone reading the title is bound to think I have gone bananas. As we all know, sailing and yacht clubs are found in c... [more]
Like the three other reserves in the 34 hectare Stirling Linear Park, the Hender Reserve is accessible from Woorabin... [more]
After experiencing the tranquil serenity of Woorabinda Lake Reserve and the untamed lushness and rich bio-diversity ... [more]
Situated adjacent to the popular Woorabinda Lake Reserve in leafy Stirling is another park having quite a different ... [more]
Meadows is a pretty little country town of around 800 people which hosts a vibrant country market on the second Sund... [more]
The imposing buildings of Keswick Barracks on Anzac Highway are home to a number of units of our armed forces includ... [more]
The majestic Bicentennial Conservatory set in the Botanic Gardens in Adelaide is one of South Australia's major tour... [more]
As I was driving to take photographs for artist Chris Wake's Open Garden & Gallery, I was overcome by the temptation... [more]
Every year the not-for-profit Open Gardens Australia arranges for interested gardeners to open gardens in Adelaide t... [more]
24/11/2012 - 25/11/2012
Splash Adelaide is working overtime this summer to bring you an exciting range of activities throughout the city of ... [more]
Carramar is a magnificent mansion at 179 Greenhill Road Parkside (corner of George Street), one of only three mansio... [more]
We know many of our readers are very keen bargain hunters that love to browse markets, so we're pleased to bring you det... [more]
09/12/2012 - 24/03/2013
The East End is a very popular part of Adelaide to eat and shop at now, and with Summer Fridays in the East End retu... [more]
16/11/2012 - 22/03/2013
After a popular run of around seven months the fascinating RMS Titanic Exhibition at The SA Maritime Museum is now comin... [more]
When a new food truck arrives in town, there can be an inelegant scramble among your dedicated reviewers to taste an... [more]
I love to explore places and it doesn't really matter whether I am in Adelaide, my local neighbourhood or in London.... [more]
I find cars quite boring nowadays. It seems to me that the designs from many popular manufacturers have converged to the... [more]
After the great success on my article about the Swinging Bridge of St Peters I have started to wonder whether my readers... [more]
While wandering around in Adelaide I noticed a sign outside one of my favourite buildings - the quirky former Stock ... [more]
06/09/2012 - 21/11/2012
The Adelaide Christmas Pageant is arguably one of the most popular events in Adelaide, bringing families from all around... [more]
08/12/2012 - 27/01/2013
Motorbikes have been very popular in Adelaide for years, perhaps because of our milder Mediterranean climate, and in... [more]
Regular readers will be familiar with my interest in city pubs, and particularly those in the South West Corner. The... [more]
31/10/2012 - 30/11/2012
Year 12 students from around the state are counting down the days till their end of the year party kicks off at scen... [more]
16/11/2012 - 18/11/2012
There are many sad stories about heritage places, steeped in history but left to decay, or even worse those that are... [more]
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