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Hello Welcome to the Autumn 2014 issue of CitySA. We are living through a period of great change here in Adelaide, and change for the better. Just look around you. There are fantastic new venues opening and a general upbeat feeling that is attracting more people and creating a new youthful energy in the city. Small bars have burst onto the Adelaide city scene including Clever Little Tailor (front cover) and Barbushka in Peel Street, Il Mondo and Caparezza in James Place, Little Miss Miami and Turi Sicilia in Grenfell Street, The Taxpayer in Victoria Square, Cantina Sociale in Sturt Street and The Editor in Waymouth Street adding a new vibrancy to the city night life. They are serving a range of award-winning wines, craft beers, desserts, tapas and meals that have everyone talking – and hungry for more. On top of these new venues, the city has been buzzing with activity in the past few months with Tour Down Under, the Fringe, WOMADelaide, Test Cricket, the Adelaide Festival, Clipsal 500 and many other exciting activities. While these major events have been front of mind, the Adelaide Oval project, Rundle Mall upgrade and Victoria Square facelift have made amazing progress. The improvements are spectacular – the Adelaide Oval is world class, the open plan design of Rundle Mall has lifted it to a new level and Victoria Square will be a significant focal point in our beautiful city. The city offers so much to locals and visitors year-round with South Australia’s best choice of cafés and restaurants, the Central Market, Festival Centre, great events ranging from massive to intimate, a trip on the Popeye to the Zoo, sipping coffee in Rundle Street or sitting in a leafy square. These are all great features of our city so why not tell us about your favourite place in the city and you could win movie tickets. In this issue of CitySA we highlight some of the great activities available after 5pm. The Adelaide City Council has created ‘Good Evening Adelaide’ a fantastic list that captures over 100 things to do after 5pm from shopping in the Mall, to theatre and live entertainment, a walk in the city or catching up with friends at the many small pubs, clubs and bars. The City Library is a wonderful new facility on Level 3 of Rundle Place in Rundle Mall. The City Library offers a History Hub where you can connect with Adelaide’s past, a Media Lab with video and sound production equipment, a Digital Hub, Innovation Lab, meeting rooms and studios with an outdoor reading room with a view of the city skyline. Discover more activities and events such as ‘Lunch & Learn’ and ‘Speakers Corner’ online at www.adelaidecitycouncil.com/library.

Contents 4 Flinders ST Insieme Ristorante Bella Vita Ristorante Fitness on Flinders Fresh Bites 5 Hutt ST Ideal Shoes Zecca Bar and Kitchen Biga Café Bar Gusto on Hutt Coffylosophy 7 O’Connell ST Romeo’s Organic Wholefoods Bendigo Bank Nona Palmdale Village Meats Chocolatree 8 City Bars 9 Il Mondo Caparezza Espresso Bar James Place Hotel The Taxpayer Clever Little Tailor 10 Central Market PRECINCT Seven Brothers Fruit & Veg The Mettwurst Shop The Adelaide Nut The Coffee Bean Shop Leo’s Gourmet Cheese The Market Bread Bar A Taste of Marrakech 11 La Bohème Telstra Gouger Street Phillis Real Estate LJ Hooker Commercial 12 Rundle ST Grundy’s Shoes Diamonds Camera, Video and Digital Steven ter Horst Annapurna 15 Citi Centre NIKE Rundle Mall Aussie Disposals Sports Card World Adelaide Comics Centre 17 Rundle MALL Media Makeup Watch Doctor Koko Black Minda Easter Bun Fundraiser 18 City Facts My City What’s new The Black Stump What’s happening Did you know

WIN tickets to see The Monuments Men Just tell us your favourite part of the city in 25 words or less and send us a photo and you could WIN 1 of 5 double passes to see the new movie The Monuments Men starring George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman and Cate Blanchett. Send your entry to competitions@citysa.com.au. Entries close Friday 4 April at 5pm. Winners will be notified by email.

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To keep up to date with CitySA information and view past issues visit us online www.citysa.com.au or you can connect with us on Facebook at CitySA Magazine.

If you would like more information about this exciting publication please call 0401 071 102 or email david@citysa.com.au.

David West CitySA Editor

Acknowledgements Graphic design: Detour Design Feature writer: Helene Sobolewski Special contributors: Ryan West and Peter West Front Cover: Photography: Lightly Salted Photography (Gilbert Street - 7200 2729) Location: Clever Little Tailor (Peel Street) Fashion and accessories: Marcs (Rundle Street), Ivy League (Gay’s Arcade, Twin Street) and Mist (Adelaide Arcade) Makeup and hair: Sharon Nicholson and Jess Elmer – Media Makeup (James Place)

All reasonable effort has been taken to ensure that the information provided is accurate. CitySA makes no representation about the accuracy, suitability or reliability of content and CitySA disclaims responsibility for damages that may be caused in relation to prices or information provided.

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Flinders Street is coming of age with a fresh blend of new and established businesses.

Insieme Ristorante – corporate style with Italian flair... Established in 2009 by the founders of Chianti Classico, sisters Tania Favaro and Diana Paul.

The corner of Flinders and King William street is marked by the elegant and historical Treasury Building. It was home to the State’s administrative and governmental affairs for more 130 years and is now the luxury Adina Hotel.

Located on Flinders Street the restaurant is nestled between high-rise and local residences. Insieme has become a popular destination for social, corporate and family functions. Opening hours have been extended to include dinner Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings.

The Exclusive Piano Group is at 101 Flinders Street, Fitness on Flinders is well known and restaurants such as Insieme and Bella Vita offer authentic Italian dishes. The Jade Monkey is now at the back of St Paul’s and you can enjoy the wonderful atmosphere at the Mylk Bar offering tapas, pizza and live entertainment. Office workers come and go from the Santos 5 Star Green Star building and nearby the new People’s Choice Credit Union multi-storey offices are being constructed on the corner of Gawler Place. Imprints and Snap Printing on Flinders Street offer excellent services for their business clientele and Fresh Bites, Blefari, Stax and Funk look after the lunch time crowds and caffeine seekers. If you are looking to hire a costume Centre Stage have you covered at 112 Flinders Street. Did you know... It takes 12 months to build a Steinway Model D Concert Grand Piano. They are lovingly crafted in Hamburg and New York. Visit the experts right here in Adelaide at Exclusive Piano Group, 101 Flinders Street. Parking tip... You can park along Flinders Street or side streets. There is access to the UPark between Pulteney Street and Frome Road.

They use traditional northern Italian recipes that their mother used to cook, along with their own personal flair to create a modern Italian restaurant that everyone can enjoy “Insieme” (together).

Their mother always told them that “fresh is best” which they have adopted as the foundation of their menu. From this base they ensure the highest quality. Come and experience the “Mia Casa e Tua Casa” way. 63 Flinders Street, Adelaide. Tel 8223 2777 www.insieme.net.au Bella Vita Ristorante – wood fired pizzas and much more... Located in Flinders Street, Bella Vita offers rustic Italian cuisine. They focus on using fresh Australian ingredients, high quality South Australian seafood and the best Meat Standards of Australia MSA graded beef and lamb. The meat is graded according to quality and suitability for the cooking style that pleases their customers. They also offer 13 different flavours of wood fired pizzas on the menu. Their chef’s heart and soul is devoted to authentic Italian cooking, and with 20 years’ experience, is dedicated to providing you with unique and authentic dishes. Whether you are enjoying a business lunch or you’re on a lunch break, let Bella Vita serve you. Ciao! Also available for dinner bookings and functions. 104 Flinders Street, Adelaide. Tel 8223 2036 www.bellavitaristorante.com.au Fitness on Flinders – reach your personal goals... A privately owned and operated gym that has more than 30 years’ experience. They understand that every person is unique and has their own personal goals. With the help of the friendly staff and experienced personal trainers, they can help you reach your goals. Offering top of the range cardio equipment and free weights you’re sure to find a work out combination to suit you. Fitness of Flinders also has a 25 metre indoor lap pool. Whether you have a competitive side and wish to smash your personal best or just want to relax those tense muscles. There is a package to suit the keen and the casual swimmers alike. 235 Flinders Street, Adelaide. Tel 8232 0309 www.fitnessonflinders.com

Fresh Bites – healthy, tasty and fresh... Offering a range of tasty Asian rolls, salads and noodles, hot meals in a bento box, beef noodle soup and side dishes like pan fried dumplings, spring rolls and cold rolls. All of their ingredients are carefully selected and made with a creative passion and skill to create healthy, tasty and fresh quality food for their customers. Come in and take some big bites at Fresh Bites! 80 Flinders Street, Adelaide. Tel 0430 870 313 Also at Shop 6, Citi Centre Arcade, 141-143 Rundle Mall, Adelaide.

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Hutt Hutt Street is often described as the ‘village in the city’ due to the large plane trees that create a shaded, attractive streetscape.

Ideal Shoes – step out in style... They just received their latest shipment of quality handbags including clutch, shoulder, business and casual bags. What started out as a shoe repair store stocking a few bags has now turned into a destination for gifts, luggage and office bags. Stocked brands include Cellini, Sashenka, Olga Berg, Cosgrove, Beasley and Milleni. Mention this article and receive 25% off all in-stock handbags. Whilst shoe repairing is the basis of the business, they have expanded over the years into handbags and luggage repairs and now motorbike leathers and protective gear.

The most recent change to the street has been the reduction in traffic speed to 40km as part of a six month trial. Gusto is opening a brand new restaurant at 173 Hutt Street to add to the extensive range of dining options along this popular city strip. Hutt Street is located in the southeastern corner of the city close to Victoria Park racecourse. When it was operating, the main track was 2,300 metres long making it Australia’s longest home straight. Now the track and part of Hutt Street are used for the awardwinning street circuit Clipsal 500 car race. The Council has plans to transform the park and add walking trails, wetlands and community sporting facilities in addition to the car racing facilities.

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Drop off your shoes for repair and browse around for some retail therapy.

174 Hutt Street, Adelaide. Tel 8223 4017 www.idealonhutt.com.au Zecca Bar and Kitchen – Italian courtyard feels like home... A traditional pizzeria and pasta bar located in the heart of Hutt Street. Nino Solari owned the original pizza bar in Victor Harbor and has passed his 40 years’ experience down to his son David and his wife Angeline, your hosts. They pride themselves on providing authentic Italian dishes in a unique Italian style courtyard. Zecca is open Monday to Friday for breakfast and lunch and dinner on Thursday and Friday nights until 10pm. The venue is fully licensed and private functions or catering services can be booked by contacting the restaurant. Ask about the Two Italian Boys boutique wine range available at Zecca. Like Zecca Bar and Kitchen on Facebook.

172a Hutt Street, Adelaide. Tel 8232 2551

Did you know... The Hutt Street Centre provides 200 breakfasts and lunches each day for homeless people. There are many ways you can help, just visit www.huttstreetcentre.org.au

Biga Café Bar – artisan bread and fresh produce... Adding many new fresh food options to the menu, Biga Café is able to meet the dietary requirements of all its customers and ensure they find something they’ll enjoy. Only the freshest local produce and quality preservative-free artisan bread is used in each meal.

Parking tips... Convenient parking is provided along Hutt Street. Check the time limits and use adjacent side streets if you need more time.

They happily customize any menu item to suit your palate and consistently produce excellent coffee, which only adds to your satisfaction. Biga also has a range of quality alcoholic beverages and recently introduced freshly squeezed juices and smoothies. Enjoy the inviting atmosphere of Biga with its modern yet rustic look and also be sure to check out the extensive all-day breakfast menu.

Coffylosophy - a boutique café... Serving up the best brewed coffee Adelaide has to offer. In an intimate and stylish setting one can choose from a range of all day breakfast, mouth watering sweet and savory crepes and delectable lunch options. So tickle your fancy for some pour over, cold drip or your daily dose of espresso coffee.

198A Hutt Street, Adelaide. Tel 8227 1860

200 Hutt Street, Adelaide. Tel 8232 8880

Gusto on Hutt - mangia bene, ridi spesso, ama molto (eat well, laugh often, love much)... Opening soon on Hutt Street is the pretty little sister of Gusto Ristorante on The Parade, Norwood. The fully renovated building offers a sleek interior for dining with an alluring Tuscan feel. The menu is seasonal and focuses on SA produce with much loved signature dishes, fabulous affordable lunches and traditional Italian dinners with a contemporary approach. The head chef Angelo Sambiase has brought his style of cooking from his home town Tropea in Southern Italy. The ultimate Gusto On Hutt experience includes the chefs selezioni di cibo which allows the chef to surprise you. The cuisine is enhanced by an ever-changing wine list of new and exciting Italian varietals.

173 Hutt Street, Adelaide. Tel 8232 3281 www.gusto-onhutt.com.au CitySA 5


Love the Village There’s a reason so many people say I ‘Love the Village’... it’s because there are so many things to love. Everything you need and want is here in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere whether meeting friends in one of the countless cafés, working up a sweat in the modern and welcoming gym or while spending time perusing the boutique book store. Love the food... Boasting one of the greatest Foodlands in the State where nothing is too hard to find or stock, North Adelaide Village is without a doubt one of the best fresh food hubs in SA. Perhaps you want some gourmet nibbles for guests, or want to satisfy a specialty craving, everything is covered. Romeo’s Organic Wholefoods stocks a huge variety of unrefined and unprocessed fare while the gourmet butcher also caters for those with Gluten intolerances as well as supplying a smorgasbord of grain and grass fed products. Fresh fruit, vegetables and decadent fine foods, enough to satisfy even the most discerning foodie. It’s all at your fingertips as you wander through this unique atmosphere and if cooking isn’t your thing, then choose from any number of quality restaurants for your next date night or family gathering. Love the fashion... Whether you’re young or young at heart, there is something for every wardrobe in North Adelaide Village, so if you’ve a special occasion or just want to feel special, go no further for the latest trends, best quality clothes and widest variety of accessories. You’ll be looked after from head to toe. Love the service... North Adelaide Village is the one stop shop for everything a busy person needs. Banking, dry cleaning, travel, beauty, chemist needs and a newsagency - everything is within reach, making your life easier as you effortlessly cross each weekly task off your list, leaving plenty of time to catch up with friends over a café latte. North Adelaide Village is your everyday place for your everyday shopping.

North Adelaide Village - Love the Village 2 hours FREE undercover parking* · 67 O’Connell Street North Adelaide (cnr Archer Street) · www.northadelaidevillage.com.au * with any purchase


O’Connell North Adelaide is home to many historic properties including stately homes, cottages, apartments and even a fire station. The area was established in 1837 and now houses more than 6,500 residents who enjoy the wonderful choice of restaurants, cafés, dessert bars, hotels and an art deco cinema at the northern end of O’Connell Street. You can even stay in some of these heritage properties. Visit www.adelaideheritage.com

Romeo’s Organic Wholefoods – a healthy experience... Enjoy the wonderful experience of being served by their dedicated and helpful staff. The store located opposite Romeo’s Foodland provides a wide range of vegan, gluten-free, organic, super foods and vitamins. Two naturopaths offer a large range of treatments, including Hermaview Live Blood analysis, Electro-Dermal Testing and Iridology. In addition, a life coach specializing in anxiety, panic disorder, goal setting, relationship and personal improvement is available. Their massage therapist is in store each Thursday, and a clairvoyant is available on Saturdays. A new beauty bar with a highly trained skin care therapist can assist you with your skin care needs. During April they are offering $10 off naturopathic visits and an initial life coaching visit for $50 (save $20). Just mention this CitySA advertisement. Shop 17 North Adelaide Village, 81 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide. Tel 8361 9150 www.romeosretailgroup.com.au/organics

North Adelaide Village customers are very loyal to their Romeo’s Foodland supermarket and now you can take advantage of the excellent well-being products available at Romeo’s Organic Wholefoods. The Goodlife Health Club on Level 1 is extremely popular and Booked at North Adelaide, Metropolitan Fresh and Palmdale Meats are local favourites. Did you know... You can find unique designer recycled clothes with a French theme at 24a O’Connell Street. Marilyn has been a trader in North Adelaide for some 20 years and her store Depot Vente has a very loyal following. Parking tip... Park along O’Connell Street or in one of the many side streets close to your favourite restaurant or store.

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Bendigo Bank – supporting our local communities... Sure, it’s about great service and more choice but it’s bigger than that. It’s about supporting our local communities. At Bendigo Bank’s North Adelaide branch you’ll find more than just a great range of competitive banking products and friendly service. With longer trading hours, including Saturday morning, their experienced team is there to help when you need them. Plus, you’ll have the satisfaction of knowing your banking is contributing to our community. No matter what kind of account you open at Bendigo Bank North Adelaide, money goes back into the community to support local projects, groups and organisations. Be part of something bigger.

Shop T11, North Adelaide Village, 81 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide. Tel 8267 2201 www.bendigobank.com.au

Nona (Nicks of North Adelaide) – yummy pizzas like Nona used to make... Looking for great Italian food, Nona has it! The staff are friendly and informative and look after you from arrival until departure and the atmosphere is cordial and familiar. Only the freshest ingredients are used to make their delicious meals and the yummy pizzas are worth talking about. Nona’s has traditional pizzas, dessert pizzas, pizzas with fruit and healthy options. Choose one from the extensive range on offer including Pepperoni e alici, Margherita, Proscuitto otto e maize, Capricciosa and Marinara in blanco. The staff can also help you find the perfect wine to complement your pizza selection. Nona is open until late; so drop in after you have visited the theatre or the football at Adelaide Oval.

Chocolatree - chocolate and dessert café... Specializing in the use of refined cocoa in both chocolates and desserts. Chocolatree offers quality coffee, South Australian handmade Belgian chocolates from the finest ingredients and savory dishes to tantalize the senses.

41 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide. Tel 8239 2311

Palmdale Village Meats – Adelaide’s premier gluten-free butcher... Specialising in the highest quality meats, poultry and seafood. They have developed more than 40 gluten-free meat and poultry products with new additions all the time. The range includes glutenfree crumbed schnitzels, nuggets, kievs, marinade steaks, wingettes and kebabs. They have a choice of roasts with a gluten-free filling including chicken mini-roasts, pork fillet roasts and lamb roasts and chicken breast roasts. They also have a great variety of small goods including fritz and leg ham. Present your Coeliac Society membership card and receive 5% discount.

25 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide. Tel 8367 0443 www.chocolatree.net

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City Bars They may be little but they’ve made a huge impact on our city. A year ago, hip small bars started appearing in the CBD; forgotten city spots started to overflow with the after-work crowd and people were queuing to get in on weekends.

From rooftops to laneways to unlikely streets, small bars are injecting new life into Adelaide, and there are more planned to fulfill our ravenous thirst for socializing in our city.

The East End, West End and central parts of the city are booming with new venues. James Place off Rundle Mall, home to Caparezza and Il Mondo Caffé Bar, has an average of 80,000 people walk through every week. Caparezza owner Phil de Cesare said the city’s atmosphere was changing for the better. His café/bar has attracted a new clientele on Friday nights since acquiring a small bar licence.

In April 2013 “quality liquor bar” Clever Little Tailor opened in Peel Street. Previously a narrow thoroughfare between Hindley and Currie Streets, Peel Street is now rivaling its neighbouring food/bar/shopping strip Leigh Street which boasts one of the small bar pioneers, Udaberri.

“You can definitely feel the vibe is changing with the excitement of people now having a real local bar, not one they have to travel to the other side of the city for,” the Adelaide local said. “Couple this with the excitement of new projects and infrastructure nearing completion, you get the sense that the people of Adelaide are finally venturing out more.”

In Peel Street, business is “really strong”, said Clever Little Tailor co-owner Crispian Fielke. He and business partners Joshua Baker and Dana Whyte believe the more bars, the better it is for other local enterprises.

The changing culture of venues in the city is making Adelaide a more interesting place especially after 5pm. The 120,000 strong workforce in the city can enjoy the entertainment and socializing options available to them after a hard day at the desk.

“We think it’s a benefit for the city and for neighboring restaurants and hotels,” Mr Fielke said. “We take a wider view that all these new places are bringing more people into the city.”

Kristian Livolsi of The Taxpayer said "Small bars add a new dimension to the city. They add more interest after five by providing intimate, friendly boutique experiences."

A change in regulations and reduction of red tape has led to this rush of small venues opening in Adelaide. The government and council have worked hard to provide an easier passage for applications to be processed. Since the launch of the small venue licence in May last year, 37 potential small venues have been proposed. The proliferation of small hip venues is set to continue. The most pressing question now is – which one will you visit today?

Good Evening, Adelaide! There’s over 100 things to see and do in the City after 5pm Find out what’s on, what’s open and what’s happening – go to: www.cityofadelaide.com.au/whatson and join the conversation on social media using #GoodEveningADL. A joint partnership of

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James Place Hotel - nightly drink specials... Come and try the famous JPH Burger (open lamb burger) served with an ice cold Stella Artois beer or one of the many other choices on tap. Customers love the lunch menu including a range of vegetarian meals with an extensive choice of wines. Every day after 4pm there are great drink specials and on Friday nights specialty gourmet bar snacks are available. Ask the staff about function bookings.

Il Mondo - step into Italy... You can enjoy the unique experience of an authentic Italian caffé bar right here in James Place. Home-made Italian food specialities, cakes, caffè, beer, wines, spirits, cocktails or nonalcoholic drinks are available all day. Experience ‘Aperitivo’, a traditional Italian ritual of bites to eat, enjoyed with ‘Aperol spritz’, the customary beverage, or other selected drinks available each weekday from 5.30pm to 7pm.

21 James Place, Adelaide. Tel 8231 2277 www.jamesplacehotel.com.au

The Taxpayer – smiles, entertainment and good friends... The perfect place for night-time drinks and entertainment while during the day you can enjoy breakfast and lunch from the restaurant. Offering dining inside, under the trees on the edge of Victoria Square or the beer garden.

They are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Monday to Thursday from 9.30am – 8.30pm with Friday and Saturday nights until 10pm. Private functions and wine tasting events are also available.

20 James Place, Adelaide. Tel 8212 3626 www.ilmondocaffebar.com.au

The Taxpayer comes alive at night with resident DJs playing great music while you enjoy an espresso martini or two. Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights is about getting in the party mood. Checkout their monthly events calendar.

193 Victoria Square, Adelaide. Tel 8212 5661 www.thetaxpayer.com.au

Caparezza Espresso Bar – artisan Italian beers and piatti alimentare...Drop in on Friday nights until late with friends to Caparezza small bar. A choice of unique artisan beers and Italian wines are available with ‘Aperitivo’ – a selection of finger foods including cheese, smallgoods, mixed olives and anchovies on small platters. The pleasant atmosphere is low key but high quality. You can pull up a seat at the bar or choose a more intimate spot at a table. Caparezza is conveniently located next to City Cross and Rundle Mall. Kick back and enjoy the live musicians each month. Like them on Facebook to keep up-to-date.

Clever Little Tailor - quality liquor bar... In Peel Street between Hindley and Currie you will find a hip small bar tailored to many tastes. They have an extensive drinks list, but if you feel like something special, just let the bartenders know what you fancy and they will cleverly tailor one just for you. Clever Little Tailor is divided into smaller sections so you feel intimate within a crowd. Friendly bar staff will look after you, so sit back, enjoy the vibe and let your palate loose.

19 Peel Street, Adelaide. Tel 0407 111 857 www. cleverlittletailor.com.au

36 James Place, Adelaide. Tel 8221 6202

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Central Marke The sights, sounds and smells of the Central Market draw you back time and time again. It’s all about an experience like nowhere else in South Australia. Celebrities, politicians and business people all join in on the hustle and bustle of the Central Market. It’s where the shop owners call you by name and know what food you like cooking. 80 small business stall holders all under one roof provide a range of fresh foods and an unforgettable experience. The Central Market is close to Victoria Square and the Hilton Hotel. Tram rides within the city square mile are free so just jump on a tram at any of the King William Street tram stops. Did you know... Store your coffee beans in an airtight container and place them in a cupboard. You should not place the beans inside the refrigerator or freezer as they attract the moisture from the air which affects the taste.

Seven Brothers Fruit & Veg Customers rely on Steve and the team at Seven Brothers to provide the best quality fruit and vegetables at a value price. They have a wonderful range of fresh produce sourced from the Pooraka Markets every morning. “We can provide just about every type of produce needed all year round” says Steve who has been in the fruit and veg business for 53 years. Beautiful fruit, fresh vegetables including quality tomatoes, carrots and potatoes are available for you to take home for dinner tonight. Stall 23-24 Central Market Tel 0405 510 082

Leo’s Gourmet Cheese Leo’s Gourmet Cheese has been providing cheese, olives, pates, jams and olive oils to Central Market shoppers for over 40 years. They are always adding new and exciting products to the range. The friendly trained staff can help you select from the quality cheese and gourmet products available.

If you are looking for flavor and value for money The Coffee Bean Shop is the place to visit. The staff are qualified to help you with their award-winning blends including Australian Byron Blue (Emu Paddocks Estate) and Mountain Water processed Columbian decaf.

They stock local, interstate and imported cheeses, local olives including award winning kalamatas from McLaren Vale, patès, dips, olive oils, balsamics, local fruit pastes, delicious homestyle jams, crackers and more.

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You can even sample their products and the friendly staff are always ready to help you with a recommendation that makes your shopping experience more enjoyable. Mark Brosnan, the owner is very proud of the high quality “South Aussie mettwurst” he offers.

The Adelaide Nut Check out the fresh nuts and friendly staff at The Adelaide Nut right next to the escalator. They have an amazing range of nuts, dried fruits, chocolates and confectionery of all types. Quality and service is important to them and they strive for their customers to have the best. Add some extra fruity healthy flavour to your bland muesli with some chopped fruit from The Adelaide Nut. A great range of gift baskets is available for any occasion. Stall 32 Central Market Tel 8231 8575

Stall 22 Central Market Tel 8231 7171

The Coffee Bean Shop The Coffee Bean Shop specializes in freshly roasted coffee beans for you to take home and enjoy. They cater for every taste with beans from 35 different origins including fair trade beans that support small farmers. The beans are ground fresh so that you get the best; be it a 250g bag or a 10kg bag.

Stall 58 Central Market Tel 8410 2525

The Mettwurst Shop You must visit The Mettwurst Shop in the Central Market as they showcase some of South Australia’s finest smallgoods. You will find the huge selection including authentic German mettwurst and seriously hot pepperoni ‘bum burners’.

Stall 28/29 Central Market Tel 0413 078 701

The Market Bread Bar Looking for fresh bread? You can’t go past The Market Bread Bar in Central Market. Crusty French style baguettes, sourdough, bagels and a range of multi-grain breads. Baked fresh daily with no preservatives or chemicals, they have been supplying their customers in the Central Market for the past five years.

A Taste of Marrakech Specialising in Moroccan spices, argan oil and essential oils and stock a range of curry powders, saffron powders and Ras el Hanout.

Potato and rosemary, sprouted rye, pumpkin bread, flat bread and pita bread are all available at The Market Bread Bar. Ask Theo for assistance when selecting the right bread for your family. Be sure to try the very popular baklava when collecting a loaf.

Come and talk to the ‘spice guru’ Anouar about catering for your wedding, engagement, lunch, office or dinner party. He will even set up cooking classes in your own home; a great idea for something different for your next social get-together.

Stall 50 Central Market Tel 8410 0156

Stall 17 Central Market Tel 0405 197 731

You will find an amazing range of essential oils and herbs. You can also exchange your lemons from home for products from the shelf.


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The Central Market Precinct extends right through from Her Majesty’s Theatre, La Bohème and the Promethean on Grote Street to the amazing selection of restaurants and cafés along Gouger Street. It comprises five seamlessly merged arcades, markets, 500 retail outlets, bars and fresh produce stalls. Adjacent to the Central Market is the Central Market Arcade, Chinatown and Market Plaza with a huge range of small independent businesses offering a wide range of gifts, fashion, accessories, health and a Coles supermarket. Plenty of parking is available and the tram stops in Victoria Square; the FREE City Connector bus also stops nearby. Chinatown flourished in the 1970s and 1980s with the influx of Asian migrants. Produce was sold at the Central Market by market gardeners and this began the growth of the Asian food shops and cafés in the area. The pagoda style roofs, red lanterns, restaurants and grocery stores are found on Moonta street in the centre of Chinatown. Paifang, which is a type of traditional Chinese archway, are at the opposite entrances of Moonta street and are guarded by Chinese lion statues which were donated by the Adelaide City Council and Chinese government. Did you know... In Compton Street between Gouger and Wright Streets there is small fashion boutique Push Pin. Call in to see Clare who creates lovely designs and has a choice of recycled fashion available. The 1871 building was once a bakery and tea room. Next door is also a small art gallery called Felt Space. Parking tip... Street parking is available in Gouger Street and the Central Market Upark is close and convenient to access from both Gouger and Grote streets.

La Bohème – cocktail cabaret lounge... Hidden behind gold curtains on Grote Street is the Parisian chic of La Bohème, Adelaide’s premier cocktail and cabaret bar. Immerse yourself in the ambience of the turn-of-the-century Parisian Salon de Cocktail in the Cabaret Bar. The red leather booths host a diverse range of folk, from after-work un-winders sampling cocktail specials, cheese plates and fine wine, to audiences for award-winning cabaret shows, jazz and burlesque. The team at La Bohème create stunning cocktails, fabulous shows and fully catered private functions in the Cabaret Bar, the outdoor salon La Ruelle (The Alley) or the Art Deco-inspired Cabinet Room. Open 5pm until late Wednesday to Saturday or by private booking.

36 Grote Street Adelaide Tel 8212 8884 www.labohemebar.com.au Telstra Gouger Street – convenient parking and great advice... The Telstra Store in Gouger Street is situated just outside of the very vibrant and cosmopolitan Central Market. The iconic Ding Hao Restaurant is right next door and there is easy parking outside the store at the Victoria Square end of Gouger Street. The owners Libby Jensen and Tania D’Antonio are very passionate about providing excellent customer service and their team will provide you with the very best advice and solutions for your internet, home entertainment, mobile phones and more. They can also look after your business needs as they have a highly experienced Business Solutions Specialist who can come to you at your business. Come and see the team at Telstra Store Gouger Street and get connected!

24 Gouger Street, Adelaide. Tel 8231 7722

Phillis Real Estate – your Local Residential & Commercial Specialists since 1961… They have provided professional real estate agency services in Residential, Commercial and Business Sales, Leasing and Property Management to the community for over 50 years. Phillis Real Estate is an award-winning, family owned and operated business, and their principal Jim Phillis is the second generation leader of the company. “Our local knowledge and marketing experience is your guarantee of the best result”, says Jim Phillis. Call today for a FREE appraisal.

97 Wright Street, Adelaide. Tel 8212 5899 www.phillisrealestate.com.au LJ Hooker Commercial – create your own small bar... Want to open a small bar in a great location? The opportunity is part of the very successful ERGO Apartments complex in Sturt Street. When Stage 2 is completed next year there will be almost 300 residents living above your small bar and many other city living apartments nearby. The Ergo apartments are only a short walk to the very popular Central Market and this south-eastern side of Adelaide is taking off. The evening economy is receiving new focus as small bars and night time entertainment venues capture a segment of the 120,000 strong workforce in the city. Look closely at this great opportunity and give Romualdo Cicchiello, Sales and Leasing Manager a call on 0412 710 348 or 8232 8844.

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Rundle There’s so much to take in along Rundle Street, but don’t forget to look up at the many beautiful building facades. Rundle Street is a lively and exciting street full of fashion boutiques, quality cafés, international restaurants and wine bars. Fashion boutiques including Marcs, Gorman, Metalicus, Zimmermann, Alannah Hill, Morrison, Sass & Bide and the famous Miss Gladys Sym Choon clothing emporium, are dotted between cafés. Treat your feet with a great selection of footwear at Tony Bianco, Steve Madden, Grundy’s and Gladys' Corner.

Grundy’s Shoes – comfort and lifestyle... It has been an iconic family shoe store in Adelaide since 1921 and is now selling the world’s leading brands in comfort and lifestyle footwear. What makes Grundy’s such a popular destination? They have Adelaide’s widest selection of quality shoes available plus give expert service, so you will find the very best shoe to suit your needs and feet. Work shoes, travel shoes or sandals, they cater for all 12 months of the year. Grundy’s Shoes, where well-designed shoes combined with fitting expertise, work towards the most comfortable shoe wearing experience. Open 7 days with convenient car parking at Target Centrepoint or UPark Rundle Street. 186a Rundle Street, Adelaide. Tel 8223 4524 www.grundysshoes.com.au Diamonds Camera, Video and Digital – now including Photographic Wholesalers... Adelaide’s ultimate imaging destination from beginner to professional. Here you will find the most passionate staff when it comes to photography. Photos remind us of our most treasured memories: growing up, holidays, a child’s first steps, the wedding day—and so much more. A visual diary of our lives. They can be shared, and kept, framed and hung. Diamonds Camera, Video and Digital have a wealth of knowledge and great customer service. After all, they have been in SA for over 30 years.

If you’re looking for some adventure wear you can’t go past the Scout Outdoor Centre, Annapurna, Mountain Designs, Kathmandu, Paddy Pallin and Mac Pac Outdoors. For all your cycling needs you can't beat Super Elliotts Cycles and Megabike. Pick up the right camera equipment from Diamonds Camera, Video and Digital or Teds Cameras to record the experience. Make sure you explore the small laneways and side streets off Rundle Street including Vardon Place, Ebenezer Place, Union Street, Vaughan Place, Bent Street and Synagogue Place to discover some quirky unique shops with gifts and jewellery and more. The T2 Tea Shop at the eastern end, near the Stag Hotel, has an extraordinary selection of beautiful teas. After strolling through the East End sit back and catch the latest release movie at the Palace Nova Cinemas. Did you know... You can tweet the Rundle Mall lantern @ RundleLantern to see shapes and designs come onto the big screen above Hungry Jacks. Just tweet #cat #dog #lifesaver #rainbow #stars. This is great for kids, and the kid in all of us.

From beginner to professional, they can offer you an unbelievable range and expert advice. They offer point-and-shoot cameras, DSLRs, video cameras, GoPro, accessories, studio equipment and more. Hire, training, and events are just some of the services on offer. Capture your memories at Diamonds! 165-171 Rundle Street, Adelaide. Tel 8224 0665 www.diamondscamera.com.au Steven ter Horst – hand-made chocolate delicacies... There are no shortcuts at Steven ter Horst Chocolatier; quality governs the ingredients, the techniques and the presentation of each chocolate creation. It is important to remember something simple can be exquisite. Everything is created by their in-house team of highly skilled pastry chefs and chocolatiers. The chocolates and gateaux are made with only the finest ingredients including pure fruits, beautiful Tahitian vanilla pods, premium nuts, exotic spices and dried fruits. Who can resist a Hedgehog made of crunchy milk chocolate hazelnut praline with crepe crumbs or Petit Cassis a fresh blackcurrant ganache with a hint of Crème de Cassis liqueur? Open Monday to Saturday 10am – late and Sundays 11am – 11pm.

256 Rundle Street, Adelaide. Tel 7226 6216 www.steventerhorst.com.au Annapurna – outdoors, travel and adventure... A South Australian small business with a large appetite for adventure. They carry an extensive range of lifestyle, travel and trek gear and the experienced staff can give you expert advice that adds value to your next adventure no matter where in the world. They carry all of the quality outdoor brands including Icebreaker, The North Face, Merrell, One Planet and Pacsafe. Product sales support youth development in SA through Scouts Australia SA Branch.

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Citi Centre Citi Centre is located in the heart of the city on Telstra Corner, where Rundle Mall and Pulteney Street meet. There are more than 25 speciality shops and services including a food court, hair stylist, pharmacy, credit union and various mobile phone stores. Citi Centre is home to many popular brands including Nike, Telstra, Optus, Wendy’s, McDonalds and K Food Convenience as well as some very unique stores such as the Comics Centre, Games Workshop and Sports Card World. If you want to take your tastebuds around the world in a lunch hour look no further than the Citi Centre Food Court. Whether it’s Chinese, Italian or just something light, you can grab it without battling the usual hordes and relax while taking a real work break. Why not pick up lunch and sit in neighbouring Hindmarsh Square to enjoy the sunshine and great outdoors. With its convenient location and relaxed atmosphere, Citi Centre Arcade looks forward to welcoming you. Parking tip... Try parking on the streets around Hindmarsh Square or pop into one of the surrounding car parks - UPark Rundle Street or Wilson Centrepoint above Target.

NIKE Rundle Mall - everything you need to exercise in style... Owned and operated by former Crow’s ruckman Rhett Biglands, it has the latest in women and men’s running and training shoes, court, tennis and footy boots plus the hottest lifestyle apparel. Biglands has been in charge now since 2010 and is very proud of what NIKE offers Adelaide. “The NIKE Rundle Mall store has select products you can’t get in any other location. Not even online”, he said. And with the World Cup in Rio just around the corner NIKE has the exclusive rights to the official team merchandise, including the restricted jerseys of the Socceroos as well as plenty of other countries including France, Brazil and England. While you’re there you might want to join the world’s largest NIKE+ Run Club which leaves the store every Tuesday and Thursday for two different distance runs. It’s the perfect synergy really; you can get ready to exercise in the best gear around and then work up a sweat doing what you love with like-minded people. 137 Rundle Mall, Citi Centre Arcade, Adelaide. Tel 8359 2664 www.nikeadelaide.com.au Aussie Disposals - the outdoor adventure store... There are not many city shops that should come with a warning but Aussie Disposals is one of them, so beware: you will lose time when you walk in this store! With over 3,000 outdoor adventure products this proudly Australian owned and operated retailer has everything you need and everything you never knew you needed. Where else in Adelaide could you find hiking boots, Belgian galoshes, army face paint and a bugle? So if it’s in a cave, up a mountain, floating down a river or simply camping in your backyard with the kids, this is the place to go. 40/42 Pulteney Street, Citi Centre Arcade, Adelaide. Tel 8224 0388 www.aussiedisposals.com.au Sports Card World - sports and gaming card specialists... Cards of current day legends such as NBA superstars LeBron James and Kevin Durant, AFL goal kicking machine Lance “Buddy” Franklin or local stars Patrick Dangerfield and Chad Wingard. Come in and see us, and take home your hero’s trading cards as well as loads of other collectables. Sports Card World also stock a huge range of customizable card games such as Magic The Gathering, YU-GI-OH!, Pokémon and Vanguard plus all the associated accessories you need to store and protect your cards.

Shop 14, Citi Centre Arcade Cnr Pulteney Street and Rundle Mall, Adelaide. Tel 8224 0800

Adelaide Comics Centre - the home of popular culture... Do you know who leaps buildings in a single bound? Which heroes came in a half-shell? Perhaps you think words like Shazaam! Kapow! and Bam! should be part of the everyday vernacular. Well the Adelaide Comics Centre is for you. It’s the brainchild of lifelong comic fans Michael Baulderstone and Peter Spandrio and is the home of popular culture in Adelaide. So if you’re a movie fan, comic collector, T-shirt buff or just need something for that hard to please loved one in your life, look no further than this treasure trove of collectables and beware, you might just awaken your inner child and find it impossible to leave. Shop 15, Citi Centre Arcade, Cnr Pulteney Street and Rundle Mall, Adelaide. Tel 8223 5593 www.dynamicduocomics.net

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The hardest part about dining at the Southern Cross Arcade is making a choice from the delicious array of cuisine at the international food court. Southern Cross Arcade is also home to Southern Cross Newsagency, It’s Convenient, Flight Centre, Southern Cross Chiropractic Clinic, Anytime Fitness and Cheap as Chips. Thai Massage NOW OPEN (James Place) Located between James Place and King William Street, Adelaide.

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Rundle Rundle Mall is the central shopping destination in the CBD. Stroll down the Mall to find a full range of department stores including David Jones and Myer, Harris Scarfe, Kmart and Target nearby, hundreds of fashion boutiques and shoe stores, cafés, gift shops and restaurants. Spend the day exploring the fabulous arcades and centres. Adelaide Arcade is an amazing historic shopping arcade built in 1885. It’s a gem and you can still discover unique shops and small boutique businesses like the Monetarium, Tarts, Zu Design or Daughters of Eve. The first South Australian Koko Black chocolatier store is soon to be a welcome addition to the Arcade and the city. The Myer Centre has undergone major refurbishment to complement the Mall upgrade. Across the Mall City Cross boasts the largest homewares range of stores including Fireflies, General Trader and Karma Living offering exquisite gifts. The food court caters for a range of international flavours for visitors, shoppers and city workers. The Southern Cross food court is located just off James Place with Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Malaysian and Persian food choices. Prices Bakery and Breadtop are customer favourites. Check out the City Library on level three of the Rundle Place Centre – the new convenient location has been a big hit with visitors. Stage 3 of the Rundle Mall Redevelopment is now well underway, with works progressing east from Gawler Place towards the Malls Balls. The canopy has gone and a new covered entertainment area will be created between the Mall and North Terrace. Remember, stay engaged with the project via the Adelaide City Council Facebook page and by using the hashtag #RundleMall.

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Media Makeup - the next generation... Media Makeup and the Media Makeup Store has relocated to the trendy laneway of James Place. Not only do they offer a range of National Accredited Qualifications, but the new facility offers public access to the exclusive Brand MAKE UP FOR EVER as well as Embryolisse, Cloud 9, EVO and elementwo. Come and visit the team of professional makeup artists for all your makeup needs. Media Makeup is located on the second level opposite Blackeby’s Sweet Shop. Visit mediamakeup.com.au for more information.

Level 2, 27 James Place, Adelaide. Tel 8223 3233 www.mediamakeupstore.com and www.mediamakeup.com.au Watch Doctor – no need for an appointment... A little piece of history, spanning from 1928 over three generations of watchmakers. Housed in a small red and white shop near the City Cross food court, The Watch Doctor services Adelaide’s watch repair needs. No job is too small or impossible to tackle. They specialize in vintage and modern timepieces of any kind with free quotes and quick in-store repairs by the ‘doctor’ himself. Old vintage watches are refurbished and look as new. All batteries come with a 12-month warranty.

Shop T45b City Cross, 32 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. Tel 8231 2207

Koko Black – signature chocolate experiences arriving in Adelaide... Iconic Melbourne-based chocolatiers, Koko Black will open their first Adelaide Salon in Adelaide Arcade just in time for Easter. Koko Black is excited to be introducing their seasonal dessert menu (featuring the much loved hot chocolate range) and signature Koko Black Chocolate Collection. High quality produce combined with a genuine salon experience and exceptional customer service is at the heart of what Koko Black strives for. “Alongside Koko Black, Adelaide is attracting international luxury and premium brands. It is a reflection of a growing sophistication and expectation within the Adelaide market. We are very excited to be part of this evolution” says founder and managing director of Koko Black, Shane Hills.

113 Rundle Mall (Cnr Rundle Mall and Adelaide Arcade), Adelaide. www.kokoblack.com Minda Easter Bun Fundraiser... In the lead up to Easter, Minda will be in Adelaide Arcade selling Hot Cross Buns with part proceeds to support people living with intellectual disability. Minda aims to empower people living with intellectual disability with choices, so they can create the life they want to live. Money raised from this Easter Bun Fundraiser will be used to meet the expanding current and unmet needs of South Australian families and people living with intellectual disability. For more information go to www.mindainc.com.au

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We spoke to Kate Ceberano – Artistic Director of the Adelaide Cabaret Festival about what she loves most about Adelaide.

Ketut’s Kitchen... A new authentic Indonesian Restaurant has opened at 98 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide. Dine in or take away available. Keep an eye out for Rhonda!

Farrago Photographic Exhibition National Wine Centre Until 4 April www.wineaustralia.com.au

Trims... Has reopened further along King William Street. The City South tram stop is close by. Call in and say hello to Justin Trim and Peta Thompson at 322 King William Street, Adelaide. Tel 8212 5099

What do you love most about the city... I love it that Adelaide continues to surprise me every time I visit! New bars, restaurants and cafés are popping up everywhere, the laneways are becoming more vibrant and the arts scene just bubbles! Where do you take your family in the city... I can never go past a visit to the Adelaide Central Market with my daughter Gypsy, or a wander down Gouger Street. I’m excited for the Riverbank Development to finish in time for the Adelaide Cabaret Festival! It will be such a vibrant, picturesque part of the city that other capital cities will be jealous of I’m sure. Where do you take visitors to eat in the city... When I am working in Adelaide my family comes down and visit and we regularly eat at Rigoni’s Bistro off Leigh Street. It is a family-operated business and you can tell the secret recipes have been passed on from generations! I’ve also heard great things about Orana on Rundle Street. I like their concept of using local ingredients and being adventurous with the menu. I’m looking forward to visiting and bringing some friends.

The Black Stump... Where is your favourite restaurant... That’s tough. Both Press Food and Wine on Waymouth Street and Rigoni’s Leigh Street seem to have it spoton. Their food and wine selections are wonderful as well as their atmosphere and service. I’ve had great experiences at both – so it’s a tie! Where is your favourite city café and why... I just love Cibo Espresso bars! The gelato is incredible! Can I have one now? Bliss Organic Café, just off Gouger Street is also equally fabulous. They have an amazing organic menu and the coffee’s delicious – and fair trade. Where are your favourite city fashion shops... I’m not sure I can name my favourite because since my last visit, there are so many more that have popped up! If I had to choose, I’d probably say Rundle Street, but I try and squeeze in a visit to the Gilles Street Markets for some vintage finds. Where do you go to unwind in the city... The Adelaide city residents are so lucky to have so much greenery in and around the city. The Botanic Gardens are a wonderful place to relax and unwind in – I love to relax there and keep up my crocheting. I also love to cook in my down-time but that’s hard on the road. What is the city’s best kept secret... Cantina Sociale. It’s a great little place on Sturt Street near Whitmore Square. The wine is divine and it’s intimate and relaxed.

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Four new retailers have opened at the base of the Grenfell Tower, opposite City Cross. Bánh Mi... Pronounced “Bun Mee” are offering fresh, crusty Vietnamese Rolls with oven roasted pork belly with crackling, homemade aioli, pickled carrot, cucumber, coriander and chilli. You have to try one! Turi Sicilia... A Sicilian themed café offering home-cooked Sicilian breakfasts and lunch. Their two signature dishes are Arancini (Sicilian rice balls) and Pannele (a gluten-free chick pea fritta). They are open 7.30am – 5pm Monday to Friday with a cocktail bar available on Saturday nights. Borsa Pasta Cucina...Taking handmade home-style Italian cooking to a new level. They cook classic Italian dishes from different regions of Italy using fresh handmade pasta. The Berkshire pork tastes and looks like no other pork and makes the pork combinations a priority specialty on the menu. Open Monday to Friday 11.30am3pm and Friday/Saturday dinner 5.30pm – late. Hair Machine...Step out of the hectic business precinct, away from the rush of the mall and into the newest Hair Machine salon in the city, Hair Machine Grenfell Plaza. With passion and expertise in ladies hairstyles and on trend colours, convenience is our aim when your schedule is tight. Just pop in for a blow-dry or take care of your hair with a conditioning treatment, we want your hair looking it’s best all the time!

French Film Festival Palace Nova Cinemas East End Until 8 April www.palacecinemas.com.au Adelaide Arcade Doll Exhibition Until 12 April to celebrate the 26th Adelaide Hills Doll Guild Annual Doll and Bear Show Jungle food, wine, music Central Market Friday nights 6-9pm – until 25 April www.adelaidecentralmarket.com.au Shen Yun Performing Arts Adelaide Festival Centre Until 21 April www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au Elder Perspectives Concert Elder Hall North Terrace Sunday 27 April www.music.adelaide.edu.au Something on Saturday Adelaide Festival Centre 26 April - 30 August Fantastic entertainment for children aged 2-10 years with a live show and free Kid’s Corner craft workshop each week. www.adelaidefestivalcentre.com.au

Did you know... City Connector... Free City and North Adelaide bus loop – every 15 minutes weekdays Free City / North Adelaide loop: 98C (clockwise direction) 98A (anticlockwise) Free City loop: 99C (clockwise direction) 99A (anticlockwise) www.adelaidemetro.com.au for more information or call at the Rundle Mall, Central Market or Metro Information office corner Currie St/King William Street. Adelaide Carpool Program... A free, online service for anyone wanting to save money, share their drive to work or reduce their carbon footprint. The program is an initiative of the Adelaide City Council and Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure is operating this pilot program. Visit www.adelaidecarpool.com.au for more information.


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