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My WeekendNotes - 129
Ever wondered how it would feel to be up close and personal with giraffes? The great news is that you can have this w... [more]
You never know what you are going to find when you wander down some of Adelaide's streets and I was pleasantly surprised... [more]
If you are a lover of museums, particularly relating to history, then one of South Australia's more interesting and less... [more]
To walk down some of the streets in North Adelaide is a trip that will take you back to another time with its magnificen... [more]
In more recent years, Greenock in the northern part of the Barossa Valley has suddenly had a spotlight shone on it, beco... [more]
As part of Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee celebrations, Government House in Adelaide will be conducting a free op... [more]
As part of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's platinum jubilee celebrations, Government House on North Terrace in the city... [more]
02/06/2022 - 05/06/2022
North Adelaide is one of the few areas you will find in Australia which has an invested concentrated focus on heritage, ... [more]
The Adelaide Central Market is one of the great places to visit, whether you are a local or a visitor from interstate or... [more]
One of my favourite places to visit at any time of the year is Adelaide's Botanic Gardens, filled with 50 hectares of gl... [more]
A visit to some of our historic stately homes around South Australia will reveal an era of former grandeur and some of t... [more]
Behind the facades of some of our churches in Adelaide, as well as other public and non-public buildings, lies some grea... [more]
If you are a staunch supporter of locally sourced and made South Australian products, and if you are like me, when you v... [more]
Adelaide is one of the capital cities in Australia which still has a fair proportion of older heritage buildings still s... [more]
There are many places in and around Adelaide which are great locations for a picnic with the opportunity to pack up a mi... [more]
The sad passing of one of South Australia's iconic bakers, Vili last year (2021), made me think about the hard work and ... [more]
About an hour's drive north of Adelaide lies the town of Gawler, officially documented as the oldest country town on the... [more]
Following some targeted research, I had not realised how many ground-breaking inventions were in fact from South Austral... [more]
After walking many kilometres through Adelaide CBD's streets, as well as losing a reasonable amount of shoe leather, I h... [more]
The section of North Terrace, which runs between King William Street and East Terrace, is referred to as our "Cultural B... [more]
Located on the fringe of the CBD of Adelaide, North Terrace today is a long wide boulevard comprising of an interesting ... [more]
Most of us have spent time wandering along Rundle Mall in the city going about our business, whether it be retail therap... [more]
Most of us would be familiar with the vibrancy of Rundle Street East in the city of Adelaide, with its wonderful diversi... [more]
Although Hindley Street in the city of Adelaide has transitioned and reinvented itself many times over the years, it sti... [more]
Another of the bustling streets within the CBD of Adelaide is Grenfell Street, which runs in an east-west direction betw... [more]
Another of the streets within the CBD of Adelaide, which runs in an east-west direction from King William Street to West... [more]
The city of Adelaide, as most of us would know is both a well-laid out city as well as being very walkable. I was amazed... [more]
When was the last time you took some time out and escaped daily routine? One of the great things about South Australia i... [more]
As my journey continues around the streets of Adelaide CBD, I am most impressed to not only understand and appreciate ho... [more]
Within the last 5 or 6 years, I have noticed a bit of a "renaissance" along the portion of Waymouth Street in the city o... [more]
As I worm my way through the city of Adelaide's streets, I am finding more and more evidence of development, mainly by w... [more]
Most locals, as soon as they hear Grote Street automatically associate it with the Central Market, arguably the best mar... [more]
As Penneshaw on Kangaroo Island is usually the first introduction most people have to the island when arriving by ferry,... [more]
When you wander around the streets of the CBD of Adelaide, you can't help but notice some of its thoroughfares being som... [more]
I have to confess that I have become a KI tragic and have fallen in love with the place in a big way! What's not to like... [more]
In the continuing exploration of the CBD of Adelaide, if you like good food, beer and wine as well as a dose of multi-cu... [more]
Another of the east-west facing streets in the city of Adelaide, which runs from King William Street down to East Terrac... [more]
Another of the lesser known streets of the CBD of Adelaide runs from King William Street down to Victoria Park in the so... [more]
Having made the effort to visit the South-East of South Australia a short time ago, I came to the conclusion that it nev... [more]
I find it interesting when you visit some of the lesser known streets in Adelaide's CBD and discover some gems, whether ... [more]
Exploring some of the lesser known and frequented streets of Adelaide has unearthed some real gems - you think you know ... [more]
Upon further exploration of the CBD of Adelaide, I decided to venture down Angas Street, which has an interesting mix of... [more]
Another one of the lesser known streets in the city of Adelaide is Gilbert Street, located in the south-west corner, run... [more]
South Australia can take pride in its diverse mix of many cultures ranging from the post World War migration of British... [more]
Apart from the diverse cafes, pubs and restaurants in Norwood, there is also a fair smattering of historic buildings, wh... [more]
One of the east-west facing streets in the south-west corner of Adelaide is Wright Street, an interesting mix of row hou... [more]
A wander around the City of Adelaide can reveal some interesting pieces of information about its development and culture... [more]
How many times have you driven down Robe Terrace and or Fitzroy Terrace on the ring route and out of the corner of your ... [more]
Religion once played an important role in the establishment of South Australia, due to the colony, situated in a far awa... [more]
Around 2 - 2 hrs 45 minutes drive north-west of Adelaide lies the beautiful Yorke Peninsula, with more than 700 kilometr... [more]
The Parade, which stretches all the way from the outskirts of the city of Adelaide in an easterly direction as far as th... [more]
You never know what you might discover if you take a walk down some of the city of Adelaide's streets. Nestled in amongs... [more]
Background and History During the finer weather, there's nothing like taking a drive through the Adelaide Hills and e... [more]
A visit to The Parade at Norwood reveals a vibrant cultural centre which has strong community support and comprises some... [more]
If you haven't taken a wander down East Terrace in the city of Adelaide, you'll think you have wandered into another wor... [more]
As the season moves towards warmer days over the next few months, minds and hearts turn towards visits to coastal areas,... [more]
With summer just around the corner, thoughts start to focus on balmy days and evenings down on the seafront, enjoying a ... [more]
In previous published articles, I have mentioned about the ever-changing landscape in Prospect, particularly with the in... [more]
Tucked in away behind busy Main North Road at Nailsworth is a substantial place for the deceased, called North Road Ceme... [more]
Did you know that in South Australia, down on the Fleurieu Peninsula near Mount Compass, (60 kms south of Adelaide) ther... [more]
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