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Spring 2021 spread

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In 2016 Matt and Kellie secured ten acres on the outskirts of McLaren Flat. Eight months after the slab was poured, the Smiths’ pavilion style home was complete, its new residents settling into their private acreage facing the hills of the Southern Vales.

The daily coffee run has become something of a routine in my house, perhaps veering dangerously towards ritual. The coffee is only part of the custom. Most days, we make an early morning run, hot on the heels of the tradies and alongside the early morning walkers, many of whom are regulars just like us.

As spring brings fresh blooms and we begin to shed our winter coats, a number of new ventures beginning to germinate across the Fleurieu. Whether it’s a lazy brunch under the crisp morning sun, a cosy pizza by the wood oven, or an exhilarating trip to the axe-throwing alley, there’s no better time to thaw out and enjoy our region’s newest offerings.

Smooth Operator draws on the synergy and shared ideals of our location, Naiko Retreat in Deep Creek. The synthesis of the retro Futuro and the modern accommodation, of natural forces and retro design, and of timelessness, craftsmanship, resourcefulness and individualism.

The idea for Muni started with the Willunga Hills. Taiwanese-born chefs, Mug Chen and Chia Wu, were driving from Melbourne to the Fleurieu towards new restaurant jobs and adventures. As they approached their new home some two years ago, they saw what they describe as ‘pillow mountains’ – beautiful green hills, a landscape like they’d never seen before.

Gilbert Dashorst is one of those quiet achievers, an unsung South Australian treasure. For thirty years, Gilbert was the official scientific/botanical illustrator for the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and South Australia’s State Herbarium and was the last official botanical artist in Australia. This feature showcases some of his work.