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My WeekendNotes - 309
With more apartment housing and hotels being approved and built in the City of Adelaide, councils are creating more leis... [more]
The Brighton Jetty Sculptures are on again this summer down by the sea at Brighton. This year they are pleased to have a... [more]
24/01/2018 - 04/02/2018
Many events are still happening around the world to mark the centenary of World War One. The City of Holdfast Bay is pay... [more]
30/12/2017 - 30/11/2018
Adelaide's colonists found the city heat too overbearing in summer, so wealthy citizens soon flocked to the seaside and ... [more]
Every Monday morning at the strike of 10 am by the GPO clock across the road, the Adelaide Town Hall tour has begun. A g... [more]
With digital cameras now available to all at a low cost, there is now a renewed interest in photography. Whether we are ... [more]
Attending a rose show is a wonderful way to see the very best roses grown in Adelaide. On show, in all the classes, incl... [more]
After 30 years of designing gardens for people, then leaving a landscaper to implement it, Amanda Reynolds is now taking... [more]
Pavement stores are an up and coming brand online and now have a fun new store at Burnside Village Shopping Centre. I wa... [more]
Ahh, Spring is finally here. If you are like me, you are probably chaffing at the bit to get out and explore some gorgeo... [more]
On the Sunday of the long weekend, do not miss this huge one-day clearance of vintage clothing and retro wares. 10 of Ad... [more]
The huge event at Wayville Showground, The Whole Life Expo is on this coming weekend, September 22nd and 23rd. Tick... [more]
22/09/2018 - 23/09/2018
Since 1880, Fort Glanville has stood sentinel guarding the entrance to our harbours. Despite being built on the sand dun... [more]
Spring is finally here and at the end of September is the start of the iris bloom. Iris plants need baking hot sun on th... [more]
The magnificent magnolia can be a difficult tree to grow in a hot climate such as Adelaide. However, there is one place ... [more]
Last year, I had a chat to a dog owner I saw walking by. I remarked what a lovely dog it was and she said unfortunately ... [more]
Here at WeekendNotes we have loads of ideas for your weekend leisure time and evening entertainment. But you don't have ... [more]
Dessert bars are becoming very popular in Adelaide for afternoon tea and late night venues with friends. Chocolatree in ... [more]
SALA stands for South Australian Living Artists. It is a fabulous annual festival held every year and 2018 is the 21st y... [more]
01/08/2018 - 31/08/2018
This is a great easy walk for families, especially those who may not have a car and want to enjoy an outing somewhere in... [more]
Luhrs Cottage is a historic house from the early pioneer days of the Barossa Valley in South Australia. It was built... [more]
There is no excuse to sit home and be bored on May weekends. The month of May is History Month at venues all over the St... [more]
For one show only Matt Byrne presents their annual Anzac Day Variety Concert. After going to the march and a lunch out, ... [more]
For three weeks, Art on Parade, an art event, is happening in Norwood. The program has selected artists from all over Ad... [more]
16/04/2018 - 07/05/2018
The Art Gallery of South Australia is so much more than paintings hanging on the walls. They run many events with an art... [more]
What's the biggest news on the Adelaide market scene? One of Adelaide's favourite markets, established for 10 years is m... [more]
Yes, it is back on again for another year, with three big weekend dates planned for 2018. The massive 3 in 1 Market is s... [more]
10/11/2018 - 11/11/2018
Calling all ageing hippies. A special one-day event just for babyboomers will be held this Thursday April 12th. The day ... [more]
Adelaide has a number of air raid shelters, built during World War 2. After the bombing at Darwin, the government of the... [more]
If you live up north, you may enjoy a day out with your mates at this local show and shine. Have a meal and listen to th... [more]
A new market has started in the Barossa and is looking for stallholders with exciting innovative products to sell. They ... [more]
Jetty Road in Adelaide's coastal suburb of Brighton has some very different shops waiting for you to discover. What a pl... [more]
A new psychic fair is to be held at Burra, during the bumper Antique and Vintage Fair weekend. This is the first weekend... [more]
05/05/2018 - 06/05/2018
A visit to the Gold Coast in Queensland is the most popular school holiday destination in Australia. All families would ... [more]
If you have never been to the Burra Antique Fair, consider this year's fair in May. The Burra Antique Fair fills the tow... [more]
05/05/2018 - 06/05/2018
Autumn is here! In Adelaide, we are fortunate to be able to enjoy some gorgeous extended Indian summer days. Perfect for... [more]
Broadford Swap Meet is on again this Easter Monday, 2nd of April 2018. The town is 88kms north of Melbourne on the M31 h... [more]
It's on again for 2018 - Australia's only film festival for seniors. Last year, many sessions sold out, so get in early ... [more]
02/04/2018 - 25/04/2018
Autumn brings some lovely days with cooler weather, so that means lots of outdoor events. One of the biggest family even... [more]
Why should kids have all the fun? Fremont Park is a large space right opposite the Elizabeth Shopping Mall on Main North... [more]
The Largs Bay branch of the RSL hold a few markets on prominent dates over the year. The next market will a pre- Easter ... [more]
Cooktown Cemetery is one of the town's biggest tourist attractions. First developed in 1874, the cemetery has headstones... [more]
Swap meets are traditionally a place to buy, sell or swap auto car parts, motorcycles and shed gear and tools. These day... [more]
There are some hip new foodie venues opening in Adelaide's western suburbs, with La Lorientaise Creperie becoming a popu... [more]
This year, as well as the regular huge newspaper program, is a compact Fringe By Day Guide. This booklet is smaller and ... [more]
16/02/2018 - 18/03/2018
Talented Russian artist and illustrator, Anna Cherkasova is now in residence at Nexus Arts for the Adelaide Fringe Festi... [more]
15/02/2018 - 23/03/2018
Qingdao in China is Adelaide's most recent sister city. We have excellent trade agreements with China and particularly t... [more]
Chores! is a show written especially for children and currently being enjoyed by families all over Australia. The stars ... [more]
21/02/2018 - 04/03/2018
It's on once again. The huge world travel expo is organised by Flight Centre, Escape Travel and Cruiseabout. If you are ... [more]
10/02/2018 - 11/02/2018
The Adelaide Fringe is not all about shows and entertainment at night. The festival puts on a bumper visual arts program... [more]
This fair has been underway for a couple of years now and is growing bigger and more popular. There are now around four ... [more]
State Library is holding a bumper book sale this weekend (2 to 4 February 2018) from 10am to 5pm on now until Sunday. Th... [more]
02/02/2018 - 04/02/2018
The Barossa Valley Council has a fabulous new facility, smack bang in the centre of Tanunda. It is located next door to ... [more]
Woods' Farming and Heritage Museum is located in the small town of Rupanyup, east of Horsham in Victoria's Wimmera distr... [more]
The owners of Hashtag Meow Cat Cafe, Jerry and Amelia, really love cats. These cat cafes are very popular in Asian count... [more]
Unfortunately after 43 years the unique and very popular Fryerstown Antique Fair is now closed. A group of stallholders ... [more]
25/01/2018 - 28/01/2018
Now that Christmas rush is done and dusted for another year, the stores are keen to get you back shopping again. And wit... [more]
Here is some great news for those with coeliac disease or on a gluten-free diet. A new bakery has opened in Adelaide's e... [more]
In the 1850s to 1860s, a man named P.T. Barnham became a big name in entertainment in the United States. Eventually, the... [more]
Spinifex Arts and Crafts shop is in the main street of Lyndoch, which is the Barossa Valley Way. The shop showcases the ... [more]
Come and enjoy a festive edition of this regular psychic fair. Includes free workshops all day, Christmas packs and gift... [more]
The Lyndoch Community Market is held in the Institute on the main street, The Barossa Valley Way. Lyndoch is the first B... [more]
Every city and town does its own special Christmas events, but here in Adelaide, we have some that are unique to our cit... [more]
A special afternoon and evening market once only for early Christmas gift shopping. Stalls will include chocolates and ... [more]
Stavros Pippos is an Adelaide photographer who takes high-quality images of rugged and remote landscapes. He has produce... [more]
14/11/2017 - 22/12/2017
Whadabout Sculptures is a new business venture by a man who loves metal. Keith has been an engineer for most of his work... [more]
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