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 2023/24 spread

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Long warm nights ahead have us thinking about outdoor entertaining, celebrating the
year that was with the people we love. The Fleurieu Peninsula is home to an abundance
of local producers, artisans, foodies and winemakers. We gathered a stellar bunch for
this dreamy collaboration, a tribute to the hardworking talent that endlessly strives to create community and culture around supporting local.

Our region is abundantly fortunate to have many talented First Nations artists. It is here in these creative forms that an opportunity to express, maintain and assert ancient cultural traditions is carried. To appreciate and observe these age-old practices in motion is to honour the expression of identity, relationship to Country and the spirituality of our First Nations people.

Engage in the modern beauty of Beresford Estate. Sip wine in the Tasting Pavilion overlooking the vineyards and Beresford House. Stay in one of the Grand Reserve Suites. Celebrate in style on the hilltop at Vale Taphouse. Our fashion selections encompass daytime casual and move into effortless evening elegance. Summer is relaxed confidence and gorgeous fabrics.

The night before I visit Corrina and Dan Wright’s home just outside McLaren Vale, a thunderstorm was unleashed suddenly and spectacularly over the Fleurieu. It’s an obvious point of small talk when Corrina, winemaker at Oliver’s Taranga, welcomes me inside their newly renovated home. It also offers a simple example of how life has changed for the Wright family since the extension was completed.

One doesn’t expect to encounter two giant Highland cows at the foothills of the Fleurieu, but as one enters Chloe Grayling’s driveway and the fluffy beasts come bounding up the dusty paddock, they feel like old friends. They have become regular fixtures on my phone screen as I scroll through social media – me and some 985,000 of Chloe’s dedicated followers on Tik Tok and 136,000 on Instagram.

Sitting at the dining table in the hilltop home of Steven and Amy Albrechtsen of Watermayne, we are afforded one of the best views from their new home. A large and lengthy picture window frames a panorama of treetops and the sky. We look up to see a hawk fluttering and diving out of sight.