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.

Fleurieu Living Magazine is widely available throughout metropolitan Adelaide and the Fleurieu region in newsagents, wineries, restaurants, cafes and B&Bs. It is also available in Qantas Club Lounges across Australia! List of stockists.

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Inside the new summer 2019-20 issue:

Summer 2019-20 spread

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It’s not often you hear both architect and client speak positively of delays in the building process. But for both Oli Scholz, of Adelaide-based architecture firm Scholz Vinall, and Chris Thomas, managing director and chief winemaker at Dowie Doole, the protracted two year design and build process for Dowie Doole’s first permanent cellar door is all upside.


Rebecca McEwan spent the first fifteen years of her working life as a critical care nurse and came to her career as a professional artist later than most. Along the way, however, she maintained a lifelong practice of being creative in her spare time, influenced by her mum who was ‘always making.’

There’s a radical idea sweeping the Fleurieu. It’s called regenerative farming and it presents the startling proposition that agriculture is one of our best bets against climate change and a suite of other social and ecological challenges.

When Don Bailey of Bailey Homes saw Goolwa’s historic Mill Cottage up for sale, he knew it was the perfect opportunity to renovate and refurbish this piece of local heritage. Now, the cottage has been given a new life, offering luxe accommodation in the heart of Goolwa while preserving the dwelling’s rich character.