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 2024 spread

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Embodied, homeostasis is an increasingly rare sense of harmony, allowing us to maintain internal stability while adjusting to changing external conditions. 
Eco-warrior husband and wife duo Chad and Emily Freak are going one step further. They are using their earth-charged environmental drive and community spirit to showcase the necessary synergy of a living, breathing home for the health of the planet.

For 35 years, Geoff and Louise Hutchinson lived in the same house in Myponga. Then Geoff retired. ‘The house that we were in came with the job,’ explains Louise. ‘So we had to get out.’ It’s a characteristically modest way of describing their circumstances – Geoff and Louise are one of the trio of families who co-founded Fleurieu Milk. Now they’ve swapped the green paddocks of Myponga for sweeping sea views over the Fleurieu coastline at Links Lady Bay.

On 25 May, Wirra Wirra’s century-old Barrel Hall will form the backdrop for the inaugural Recycled Runway event. The event will highlight artists of the region while showcasing the beauty of recycled fashion. The textile artists featured in this editorial were given the directive to create garments using second-hand denim.

Anyone with a penchant for South Australian food and wine has probably imbibed with or dined off an ES Ceramics creation, but Shane Connery’s handiwork goes far beyond the kitchen table. It takes time and patience to master the pottery wheel. Fortunately, ceramicist Shane Connery has both.

Take a break and celebrate! Who doesn’t love a road trip? Our region is rich with spectacular places to park and have a picnic or a stay. And we love celebrating all the things that make our region great: people, wild nature, entrepreneurs, producers and some seriously good bevies! This pictorial layout features clothing from Gypsy Life and Dais at Home, vehicle by Retro RV, food from Hey Juj and Port Willunga Fine Foods – and wine from Hither & Yon.

Back in 2017 FLM featured an article called Young Guns of the Fleurieu Peninsula. It’s here that Benjamin Hewett, the brainchild of SA surf label Yeo Haus, took to the page as one of the personalities carving out an identity for his generation of south-coasters, creating a visceral culture deeply representative of the region and the youth that spend their time collecting stories on our shorelines. Fast forward seven years later, and time has seasoned Ben into an experienced business owner who has steered his brand from strength to strength. His latest season of growth is his largest to date – Ben and wife Bridget have welcomed the birth of their daughter Babs, alongside the rebirth of Yeo Haus into its new expanded space in Port Elliot.