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 AUTUMN issue is on sale now.

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Autumn 2021 spread

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There are so many surprises to be discovered off the main roads of the Fleurieu Peninsula. Some are signposted while others are sweet hidden treasures that only the locals know about. The charming Maison de Moon is one of these well-kept secrets, a set of unassuming white iron gates just outside of the quaint township of Clarendon the only indication of the treat that awaits beyond.

‘Noarlunga’ is derived from the Kaurna word Nurlongga, meaning ‘curve place.’ It refers to the horseshoe bend of the fertile Onkaparinga River where it meets with the crystal blue waters of the coast, but it could just as easily apply to the historic township, where every twist and turn offers a new burst of flavour, glimpse of art, or the next salt-crusted aquatic adventure. Eat, see, shop and play in this relaxed seaside town.

“A fashion shoot with a twist. Shot on location in Goolwa at Chrissy Wright’s aptly named ‘Ooh La La’ B&B, Lif and Kelly model a fraction of Chrissy’s amazing vintage clothing collection, set amongst an equally impressive selection of period furniture and décor.”

There are places in the world where the site of Turtle Rock would be covered in high-rise glass towers, dripping ostentation and opulence. But this is South Australia and instead we find a modest and charming 1950s beach house and garden held by the one family for forty years – much used and much loved.

When a neglected space inside the old Myponga Cheese Factory became available, Holly and Nigel Wyatt (many readers would recognise Holly as a beloved and valued member of the Fleurieu Living team) took a leap of faith and opened a combined café and concept store they’ve called ‘Valley of Yore’.

It can be hard leaving the warmth and relaxed vibe of summer behind. So rather than mourning its passing, we put out the call for volunteers to help us see off another Fleurieu summer on a high. We asked – can you jump? This talented crew put up their hands: yes, we can jump … how high?