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.

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Summer 2020/21 spread

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“It’s a sunny spring morning when I ride my bike through the burgeoning back streets of Willunga to visit Tony and Sally French-Kennedy at their new home. As their third ‘owner-build’, it confirms the adage that you need to build three houses before you get it just right. Designed by their son Reuben, the benefits of growing up among house builds are clear: despite being early in his career, this house is close to perfection.”

Our fashion feature this issue takes us to picturesque Kangaroo Island, where Rose Ayliffe models some spectacular summer outfits provided by Fleurieu-based clothiers. In the image below, Rose wears the Jessie wrap dress by Humidity from Gorgeous Soles, McLaren Vale. This image was taken at the granite pools of Vivonne Bay.

“A verdant, sun-soaked landscape provides the backdrop to my adventure into the world of bespoke designer/makers. Over two days, I discover commonalities and points of difference between three local enterprises who are embracing the customised design movement, revealing a shared passion for timber, texture and traditional techniques.”

We feature the work of eight year 12 students from schools across the Fleurieu. The series showcases original photographs capturing an emotion or a story, or creating a document of place and time. The portraits could be studio-based, environmental, candid or self-portraits.

At the start of 2020, Encounter Lutheran College took possession of 69 acres directly to the north of their pre-existing campus, reaching all the way to Waterport Road. It was an exciting start to the school’s twentieth year and ‘the most exciting initiative I’ve ever been part of,’ says Kelvin Grivell, ELC’s principal, some ten months down the track.

The Weed Sisters are all about weeding – pulling out those unwanted interlopers that grow with great vigour and abundance in your garden – and sharing in the convivial companionship that has grown among the sisters. The four Weed Sisters are Jill Lieblich, Sue Caporn-March, Katerina Bickford and Tracey Bishop.