Winter 2018 Issue OUT NOW!

Fleurieu Living Magazine is a glossy lifestyle publication that showcases the best of the Fleurieu Peninsula, including Kangaroo Island. It aims to seek out the most interesting people and places, and to highlight top-quality produce. It aims to inform through intelligent writing, and to inspire through beautiful photography. And our Winter issue is on sale now.

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Winter 2018 spread

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Ivybrook Farm is nestled on the border of Maslin Beach and Aldinga, on the west side of South Road. The old stable has been lovingly restored into a cosy undercover area for groups of visitors to the cellar door, and for the occasional wedding.
Lapito House is owned by the Nowland family; John Nowland is a graphic designer and his wife, Yvonne, designs textiles. There is a restrained simplicity in both their creative work and in their environments, which is reflected in this home.


Last year, intrepid couple Iain Calvert and Hayley Pember-Calvert made the bold decision to take over the reins of Second Valley’s historic Leonards Mill restaurant. Motivated by a desire to own something together – and armed with hospitality, management and retail skills – the couple swiftly developed a vision.
Move over wine. Grapes, step aside – there is a refreshing new beverage in town. Craft beer is well and truly flowing on the Fleurieu, and while the wave of brewers is a more recent phenomenon, the region has a long history of producing the key raw ingredient: malting barley.


Noel lives on the northern outskirts of Port Elliot, crafting custom furniture in his back shed. Across 36 years he’s seen his business, Idea at Port Elliot, transform from a larger scale mass producer to one which creates functional bespoke pieces.

The Fleurieu Biennale will be held over six weeks in three venues, featuring artists from across South Australia and interstate. Eighteen of the 120 finalists will be from the Fleurieu. We visited six of them to find out what’s happening behind the scenes.