SUMMER 2021-22 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 SUMMER issue is on sale now.


Fleurieu Living Magazine is widely available throughout metropolitan Adelaide and the Fleurieu region in newsagents, wineries, restaurants, cafes and B&Bs. It is also available in Qantas Club Lounges across Australia! List of stockists.

You can also subscribe by filling out the subscription card inside the magazine, or by using our online subscription service. You can now also purchase a digital subscriptions if you’d rather read each issue on your smartphone or tablet.

As the only local publication of its kind, Fleurieu Living Magazine presents a unique opportunity to market your brand to a diverse and discerning adult audience. Its distinctive mix of content provides broad appeal, making it an outstanding marketing tool for attracting both new and repeat business.
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Summer 2021-22 spread


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COVER FEATURE
Even the best of families are complicated organisms, each individual a part of the same whole. You’d think things would only get more complicated when you add a 180-year-old family business into the mix, yet somehow the Oliver family of Oliver’s Taranga get it done. And in the past year, they’ve taken on one of the most treacherous activities any family can undertake – renovating the family home. Or in this case, the family winery.

DESTINATION FEATURE
FLM takes to the road with wanderlust in the driver’s seat to explore some of the aesthetic riches or our region. Nothing is quite as engaging as being wrapped in a vast and wild landscape. Full immersion in nature is proven to enrich one’s sense of wellbeing, calm and belonging. Filling our senses with the Fleurieu’s pristine offerings can only do us good. These amazing landscapes are all virtually on our doorsteps!

HOME FEATURE
When Mike Steller was ten years old, his uncle gifted him a small, carved wooden canoe from Port Moresby, where he had been based in the Merchant Navy. Boasting a boldly carved figurehead with jagged teeth, glowing red eyes, and a deck that invites you to jump on board, this precious gift ignited a spark in Mike. But perhaps he and wife Rita’s greatest and most rewarding escapade – has been finding their treasured property and building their home in the hills behind Yankalilla.

ARTIST FEATURE
‘Come on, let’s do this,’ says Mariana Mezic as we sit down for our interview at Valley of Yore cafe in Myponga. She’s just wandered down from upstairs, where she’s recently established her studio. She marvels at her luck in finding this space in the former Myponga cheese factory, finding her artistic home in a room filled not only with natural light but also in a building with the energy and creativity of good people and good things coming together.

ARCHITECTURE FEATURE
Historically ‘conversion’ implies a dramatic change of faith through baptism. Open the doors of these five former church buildings and you’ll witness divine interventions of a different kind. Adelaide’s ‘city of churches’ moniker could easily extend to our beloved Fleurieu Peninsula.

ARTIST FEATURE
I meet jeweller Anja Jagsch at her home studio on a leafy street in Happy Valley, the quiet broken only by the warble of magpies. There’s a casual orderliness to her jeweller’s bench which overlooks the front garden. Things are in their place and small findings and tools of the trade are here and there. Drawers line the walls and macrame pot plants hang in the window. She is softly spoken and friendly.