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 2020 spread

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The township of Strathalbyn is well recognised for its historical significance. Beautiful stonework on grand facades shielded by generously proportioned return bullnose verandahs define many of the early homes dotted throughout the town. This issue we look inside the newly renovated home of Terry and Gerry Cousins.

Timing is so often everything. When artists Brianna Speight (Bri) and Rosina Possingham (Pos) decided they wanted to collaborate, the timing felt right. An advertised residency at Sauerbier House came at just the right time to provide the two artists with the space, and yes, time, to sink into the collaborative experience within and alongside their busy lives.

Long-time FLM writer Esther Thorn is currently living in Oodnadatta, where her husband is the town’s police officer. She reflects on living in one of the most remote places in Australia during a global pandemic. ‘I wanted to work in Indigenous education and Sam was very willing to swap his police blues for the khaki uniform of an outback cop.’

Diary writing has a long history in Corrina Wright’s family. “We have my great-grandmother’s diaries beginning in 1917, my grandmother’s from the 1930s, and my mum keeps one daily. Alas, I have not kept this tradition strong. Maybe it has something to do with my brother finding my diaries and teasing me mercilessly.”

As the world bunkered down in March, a glimmer of good news from Kangaroo Island emerged through the gloom. Footage of a tiny Kangaroo Island dunnart had been captured on camera in a new location. For the conservationists working hard to save this endemic species, which was already endangered before ninety per cent of its habitat was razed in the January fires, it was heartening news. That these stories are there to be told is testament to the individual and collective efforts of KI locals supported by their mainland neighbours.

We asked Helen Mouneimne from The Greek Vegetarian to help us gather together a winter-warming feast inspired by the spirit of sharing. The Market Precinct at Colonnades provided a wonderful all-inclusive shopping experience with food from Barossa Fine Foods, Charlesworth Nuts, Go Vita and Bakers Delight.