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 WINTER issue is on sale now.

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Winter 2022 spread

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Sitting in the outdoor entertaining area of ‘The Ashton’ – South Coast Constructions’ latest display home – on a perfect autumn afternoon, one can easily understand why the home sold before they had even finished building it. One of the biggest investments a builder can make, and one of their most effective marketing tools, is building a display or ‘spec’ home. In this issue we showcase this amazing home.

For renowned Ngarrindjeri artist and Elder Ellen Trevorrow, the intricate weaving of dried, freshwater rushes collected from around the Coorong isn’t just about making beautiful, sculptural pieces she exhibits in galleries around the globe. To the woman known by most as Aunty Ellen, it’s also about sharing her knowledge of the ancient practice and passing it on to younger generations.

When Stephen and Kaye Burton returned to Australia after spending much of their working lives in Asia and the UK, the stunning, southern Fleurieu Peninsula claimed top spot on their list of perfect places to retire. But it wasn’t just the chance to live walking distance from a pristine stretch of beach, or the close proximity to Port Elliot’s well-known charms that led them to build their dream home in the region.

People often wonder how we source stories for FLM. Sometimes, it’s simply a matter of keeping your eyes, and your heart, open. A few weeks prior to going to print with this issue of FLM, our outgoing advertising manager Holly and I wandered into Goodness Coffee at Aldinga – as we so often do. On the front table was a big, square book with an eye-catchingly minimal cover design that read simply: Textures of That Summer.

Our Winter fashion suggestions will enable you to step out in style on your next trip to the Vale. Sip fine wines at one of these exceptional locations and get your winter glow on. Hair on the day by Charlotte at Half Cut, McLaren Vale. Makeup by Yvette Victoria Beauty Studio. Photography by Jason Porter. Model: Georgia Bess.

We asked French patisserie student Luke Field @fleurieubakes to help us test and develop some biscuit recipes that are both scrumptious and satiating. Together, we’ve come up with three cracking recipes that meet the brief, with traditional ingredients teamed with some healthy additions like oats, nuts and seeds to boost your intake of beneficial minerals like zinc, magnesium, good fats, fibre and antioxidants. All rolled up into some still fairly decadent goodness.