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this issue, we experience van life
on Australia and the world with a
the latest food offerings that our
and some serious wanderlust with
mission of reconnecting Aboriginal
fine city has to offer and most
Down the Rabbit Hole’s Elise and
culture with current society.
importantly, we scope out some of
Dom, we dive into the sea and learn
exactly it is to be a marine biologist
Our guy James Hartley returns from
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with Brinkley Davies, and we watch
Brooklyn and goes straight into the
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A DVER T ISIN G FE AT UR E
Raw Goodness A degree in Nutrition, a strong interest in natural health and a passion for food urged Raw Conscious Eatery owner Kendall Trigg to open her Bay breakfast and brunch spot in late 2015.
Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Jetty Rd, you’ll find Raw down the Chapel St laneway. Known for their house-made, natural smoothie bowls (not the pre-made frozen pack type!), you’ll find it hard to choose with options such as Acai, Salted Caramel and Peanut Butter. Make sure you head
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in early to get a taste of their best-selling house made almond milk. Kendall says they use more almond milk than any other milk on the menu, and Raw couldn’t keep up with its production without the help from her family. “Our philosophy is to create a space that people feel welcome to share a passion for health and wellbeing, indulge in guilt-free foods and desserts, and be a part of an environment where you can smile at strangers and feel part of a community.”
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Stretch and unwind by the beach inside Coast Yoga’s new Sussex St studio. After 23 years in various locations along the Jetty Rd strip, Coast Yoga have just moved into a beautifully renovated warehouse hidden down a laneway in the heart of Glenelg. “it’s quiet inside
with a cavernous cathedrallike roof giving an enormous sense of spaciousness”, Director, Vanessa Shribman, says. Picture an entrance with wooden floorboards that opens into a carpeted studio dressed with hand-painted mandalas and splashes of burnt orange. Practising Iyengar yoga, Coast Yoga’s classes are dynamic and alignment-based with a strong focus on strength, stamina and flexibility. Vanessa adds that “Coast Yoga feels like a community – it is friendly and welcoming to all”.
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NEWS BY JAKI WOODS / PHOTOS BY MEAGHAN COLES
FROM FOUND H
noticed the challenges women in particular faced when entering the workforce but also realised their strengths in sewing and creativity. This is where the initial idea of creating a fashion label –
ave you ever stopped to think, “Who
that ethically employed these women as garment
made this outfit?” You should.
workers in Adelaide and used found, recovered and recycled textiles – stemmed from.
Unfortunately when it comes to fast
fashion manufacturing there’s a lack of ethical
Hannah says From Found’s philosophy is to
standards and a horrific environmental impact,
bring creative, ethical and sustainable clothing
but this is what urged the three girls behind From
to the mainstream fashion market through the
Found to establish their creative, ethical and
employment of refugee and asylum seeker
sustainable clothing label.
The label is the creation of sisters Lauren Bonnet
“We hope to see these women, empowered
and Annie Graetz, and their family friend Hannah
with further skills and training, to transition into
the mainstream workforce in Australia, and
towards reducing their environmental impact
to educate and inspire consumers to choose
by not contributing to the already huge amount
sustainable and ethical fashion,” Hannah says.
of existing waste and instead using recovered
While working in community development and
textiles, organic fabrics and natural dyes.
having friends from a refugee background, Lauren They plan on seeking remnants of fabric from never completed projects, leftovers from
“We also want to consumers to stand up for what
collections or old clothing that’s made with good
they believe, shop consciously and challenge
quality fabrics. Hannah says sourcing these found
brands about their practices,” Hannah says.
fabrics is “a labour of love”. We can all get our own piece of From Found when You can expect their pieces to be truly one-of-a-
their online store launches with its first collection
kind and full of colour and creativity. Hannah says
in October and you’ll also see them around the
the brand is for “the groovers who like to stand
place at local design markets in Adelaide.
out from the crowd and stand up for what they believe”. The From Found team hope their label will allow them to be leaders in the slow fashion movement and see other brands actively work
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NEWS BY TAMMY TU / PHOTOS BY MITCHELL O’NEILL
BEHIND THE ADELAIDE FASHION FESTIVAL CAMPAIGN
“This campaign represents a new city scape, fresh eyes and new vibrancy", says Cul-de-sac Creative’s Marco Cicchianni. "Adelaide is being recognised nationally and internationally as a serious contributor in many design disciplines”.
Gone are the days when Mad March was the only time of year that Adelaide came alive. A part of this reinvigorated state is the Adelaide Fashion Festival in its newest form. For the last three years, the team behind it – including event manager, Robyn Ingerson and creative director, Chris Kontos – have worked tirelessly to bring the festival to a international standard.
his year is no different as they bring
Fronting the beautiful series of photos is Finesse Models Australia’s Akiima, fresh off a stint at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia and making her campaign debut in Adelaide designers such as Acler, C/ MEO Collective, Sylvy Earl, Cinquante, Keepsake and Tiff Manuell. “Akiima brought a real vibrant energy to the set", says Chris. "AFF is always looking to showcase new South Australian talent and that includes models, so we are thrilled to have Akiima represent our brand this year”.
the award-winning Cul-de-sac Creative back on board alongside
“Adelaide is an inspiring city so we always
the inimitable Georges Antoni to create
have plenty to draw from when we’re
and shoot the 2017 campaign. The bold
planning our campaign, the program or
and architectural inspiration behind the
the look and feel of the event.”
shots are our fine state’s local modernist abstract artists – think names such as
There seems to be a real sense of synergy
Sydney Ball and Peter Cole – and the city’s
between all the elements of the campaign,
evolution and energy around innovative
from the concept and execution by Cul-
de-sac Creative to highlight Adelaide’s new look physical streetscape and creative landscape alongside a model’s debut campaign shoot. It is all about a new Adelaide, one that is being recognised and one that we are extremely excited about.
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ARTSMASH A DVER T ISIN G FE AT UR E
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If you thought art was strictly for highbrow society and brooding artists, then think again! The newly renovated Oxford Hotel, located in vibrant North Adelaide, is bringing art to the people with a literal BANG! PHOTOS BY MEAGHAN COLES
rtSmash is an entirely fresh concept created by The Oxford Hotel to support South Australia’s flourishing
ARTSMASH TAKES PLACE 6-8PM, EVERY 1ST AND 3RD WEDNESDAY OF THE MONTH AT THE OXFORD HOTEL
AT THE artistic communities. The fortnightly event
sees local artists create an original piece in front of a live audience within a mere two
hours. The art is then up for sale – but there’s a catch – if the piece isn’t sold above its
secret reserve price, it gets smashed right
then and there. It’s fun, it’s fast and it’s like nothing you’ve seen before.
The Oxford Hotel owner Anastasia Murray
says ArtSmash was inspired by her travels to different parts of the world where
“Art can move you in ways other things cannot. Art bridges divides, gets people talking – for better or worse – but above all art can make you feel something.”
incredible art could be found around every corner, and even underground.
“The great thing about ArtSmash is that
you can see artists that create art which is on par with what you would find in the Art Gallery of South Australia,” says OJ.
The artists have the flexibility to work with whatever medium they choose, and with the
The beauty of ArtSmash, besides the
profits going directly to the artist, ArtSmash
unknown fate of the artwork, is seeing
supports local, up-and-coming talent.
“Our experiences with art have often
some of our most talented local artists
blown us away and we wanted the Oxford
work under pressure and amongst
The Oxford Hotel’s resident artist Dave
Hotel to embrace that type of experience,”
scrutinising eyes to create something
Court says the hotel's approach to
magical and mind-boggling.
celebrating art is cool and says everyone
“We wanted to find a way for people to
Two-time ArtSmash artist, OJ, believes
connect with the creativity of art and
the concept is a great initiative to support
artists in a more direct way — rather than
local artists, allowing them to showcase
“At an entry level, art can be just visually
just seeing the finished product.”
their creativity and innovation.
interesting to look at, but ideally it's a
should be doing it as it creates an exciting space for people to enjoy.
window into someone else's life and experience, which can change your own perspective of the world,” says Dave. ArtSmash is a great opportunity to indulge in some great priced art and get to know your local artists. It’s different and unique, and with a mouth-watering seasonal menu and live music, ArtSmash at The Oxford Hotel is the perfect evening out.
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PWERLE GALLERY P
werle Gallery – named after the iconic artist “It was an incredible experience
Minnie Pwerle – is a
new Indigenous, family owned
for everyone,” Jade says. “We
company that is creating a splash
all woke each morning before
on a national level.
sunrise, we had absolutely no phone range in our location and
The gallery recently launched
it was such a surreal experience
a website and its online store
within itself to feel so free and
features artwork from the Utopian
relaxed in such a beautiful
region where managing director
environment, which I am lucky
(and Pwerle’s great grandaughter),
enough to also call home.”
Jade Torres and her family is originally from. The vision behind
As for what is next for Pwerle
creating the platform was to
Gallery, Jade plans to add new and
re-imagine history and culture so
coveted artwork to the gallery,
current society can engage with
with promise of an expansion
the artwork as well as creating
into her own clothing line and
exposure and awareness of
homewares later in the year as
Aboriginal culture globally. And
with family members such as Pwerle, Barbara Weir and Emily Kame Kngwarreye, it is easy to see
where her proud cultural heritage
comes from. “For both myself and my family
label, Aje’s, Resort 2018 collection,
including my grandmother,
which was fittingly shown at the
[keeping our indigenous culture,
Art Gallery of New South Wales.
history and love for the land alive]
After explaining her vision and the
has been the most critical part of
awareness she wanted to achieve,
the process,” Jade says.
creative directors Adrian Norris and Edwina Robinson came on
“It is an extremely sensitive topic
board to collaborate with Jade to
and it was very important to us to
turn the coveted paintings into
make sure it was done correctly.
photographs which were them
We wanted to give our customers
digitally printed onto garments
the opportunity to appreciate our
from their ‘Awelye’ collection.
culture and history in a different form other than canvas.”
Jade, Adrian and Edwina took the special collection back to Pwerle’s
Pwerle Gallery recently made its
home soil of Alice Springs to
mark on the fashion world, with
shoot the campaign, making the
some of Minnie Pwerle’s work
most the sprawling landscape and
being incorporated into Australian
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MIM + MILLIE MOVE INTO THE EAST END
BY TAMMY TU / PHOTO BY MATTHEW KROKER
ll your fashion and beauty dreams are about to come true and it’s all happening in the East End. After a successful pop up stint in Rundle Mall, one of our favourite local
creatives, Mim Harvey (Harvey the Label) is about to open her first flagship store on Rundle Street. Coming to the East End alongside her is our girl and brow queen, Millie Herd, who is (finally) moving her beauty services into the city. The girls will take over the two-storey space on the corner of Rundle and Union streets and become a one-stop shop for your local and luxe fashion/beauty
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V A N L I F E Have you ever wanted to pack up your life and travel? This is what Domenic Palumbo and Elise Cook have done. They sold their house and are currently travelling across Australia in their 1972 classic Kombi camper van. You might know them best as owners of local wine label Down the Rabbit Hole – and those infamous pop-up cellar doors – or you may have come across Elise’s incredible Instagram. Either way, it is a story that has captured the hearts of everyone here at home and across the world, and it has only just begun. BY TAMMY TU
trangely enough, their journey actually comes from very two very different dreams. When we asked whether this was
something they have been planning or if it was just a spontaneous decision, Elise says that they bought their van – which they have named Scout – as a compromise. “All I wanted to do was spend my twenties travelling the world, and Dom wanted to spend his twenties building his own business, and making amazing wines,”
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we had to promise him we would have adventures in it.” So the weekend trips began – as did those incredible Instagram snaps – from here in our own South Australian backyard to Tasmania and across the country, they found their happy place travelling in the van. One day, it was just a matter of Dom asking whether they should just live in the van full time, and Elise saying yes. “I actually feel like the van has had an impact on our lives in a big way. There’s a well-known quote: ‘happiness is not a destination, it’s a journey’. I love it and nothing has taught us this more than life on the road. It has taught us to slow down, it has given us perspective in ways I never would have imagined, and it has given us an incredible sense of freedom.” As for what’s happening with Down The Rabbit Hole – they’ve actually taken it on the road with them. The couple have stopped in to say hello at bars, restaurants and bottle shops that they think will be a good fit, and they have even been doing tastings in towns they pass through. “Our she says. “[They were] two very different
brand is about adventure. It’s all about
dreams that at times felt like they couldn’t
sharing a bottle of wine with new or old
merge but we were both sure of one thing,
friends and creating incredible memories. I
that we wanted to be together, so we were
feel like our journey on the road embodies
seeking some kind of ‘meeting halfway’
solution.” Then when she found the beautiful peach 1972 Kombi camper being
And when we asked what was next on
sold by its original owner, she begged
the cards, they will be finally opening
Dom to come look at it – at first purely for
a permanent cellar door in McLaren
research purposes – but then it all just fell
Vale – with the promise that they will
continue to take us on adventures and ‘down the rabbit hole’. The travel is just
The van’s previous owner, Peter, bought
fuelling the inspiration tank and they are
the van in Germany and brought it all over
hoping to create some magic when they
the world with his wife before settling
come home. As for the immediate future
in Australia. It had seen the world, taken
and next location? “We’ll see, but today
their family around Australia and was well
we’re parked with a nice view, the water
looked after. But it was too far out of their
is boiling for another cuppa, and life is
price range and collectors were offering to
buy the van for his asking price. But Peter told them that the idea of the Kombi going to a young married couple, beginning their lives together, just like he and his wife bought it together in 1972, meant so much more to him. “He told us he would accept out offer, but only on one condition,
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MEET THE MODEL BY TAMMY TU / PHOTO BY EMILY ABAY
he is fresh off a stint at
On how it feels to be face of the
2017 Adelaide Fashion Festival…
Week Australia, where she
I still feel like I’m dreaming.
walked in shows for the likes of Dion
Everyone at the shoot was
Lee, Albus Lumen and Macgraw –
amazing and wonderful. I feel
just to name a few – and now she
THANKFUL, HAPPY, GRATEFUL,
makes her campaign debut as the
LOVED and EXCITED!
face of the 2017 Adelaide Fashion Festival. You could say that things
On what has been her favourite
are looking up for Finesse Models’
modelling moment so far…
Akiima, having signed on to IMG
Everything! And meeting people
Models and with Paris on the cards
that love what they do.
later this year, we’re expecting some insane things from this
On who her favourite model is…
Naomi Campbell – because she’s fierce!
On telling us a bit about herself… I’m originally from South Sudan.
On what her dream show to walk
I’ve finished school and I’m
in is… Gucci and Victoria’s Secret
concentrating on full-time modelling. I’ve always been
On her next exciting
known as Akiima although I have
another name (Achol). I have an outgoing personality and I enjoy babysitting my nieces and nephews, and living a normal life. On how she got scouted… Brigette
And finally, on her favourite post-show food… Anything filling, chicken with vegetables and rice
Mitchell discovered me when I walked into the Finesse Models agency in Adelaide. On whether she ever had aspirations of being a model… I didn’t think I would be a model because I didn’t know where or how to start. On how it felt to walk for some PHOTO BY SHEREE PORTER
iconic Australian labels at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia… It felt so amazing and I’m so grateful to them for giving me a chance to feature in their shows.
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DIY BY HANNAH VIRGO-COLBEY
E A R A R T We hope your earlobes are ready because they’re about to do some heavy lifting!
inimalist accessorising has taken a new turn with the oversized statement earring. Sculptural shapes, clean lines, largerthan-life baubles and geometric clusters take form in architectural and often asymmetric offerings. Prepare to acquaint yourself with wearable works of art that quite literally brush... that...
dirt-off-your-shoulder! While we lust over the likes of Proenza Schouler’s extravagant hammered drop pair and Tibi’s $717 gold nugget dangling hoops, there are always much more economical D.I.Y alternatives. We scoured our jewellery boxes and the junk draw for simple objects we could add to some existing pieces and… ta-da!
DI Y –––
Blanket Pins Hang from a hoop, looped stud or drop earring.
R A E T R A
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Spring Coils Hook each end of the spring together and attach to a stud or thread the coil around a hoop for a larger spiral style.
Hang a cluster in assorted sizes from a hoop or join to create a longer lined drop earring.
Malleable Scrap Wire
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Bend into an abstract form and create a unique pendant for a drop earring or hook.
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CAREERS BY TAMMY TU
E MA R I N ST I G O L O BI
Brinkley Davies Marine biology has somewhat become a ‘fashionable’ occupation and you hear the term thrown around a lot but what exactly does the job entail?
outh Australian born and bred Brinkley Davies is a marine biologist fighting to protect our backyard. She
has recently started her own not-for-profit charity, Balu Blue Foundation, which aims to enhance and protect the environment. Growing up in rural South Australia, Brinkley began surfing at the age of 4 and then went onto competition surfing – it was something that introduced her to a love for the ocean. Being around it so often inspired her to want to learn more about the ocean and the animals that she was seeing all the time. By the time she was six, she was pretty much set on going into the marine biology field. After finishing a Bachelor of Science in Marine Biology at Flinders University, she went on to volunteer and work in fields such as eco tourism, film, conservation and diving.
“Many people choose to continue in Academia, going straight into Honours then a PhD, which is something that I will do when a project comes up that I am absolutely passionate about, until then, I feel as though my time is more well used elsewhere,” she says.
“I admire so many biologists working hard in the science fields doing the hard work in labs, and report writing. It is not easy or glamorous by any means. Marine Biology is an extremely diverse field…”
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the last 6-8 months working to get it off the
her family. Bunji the euro (or wallaroo) is a
ground jumping through all the hoops to
rescue that Brinkley and her partner found
gain the not-for-profit and charity status. The
on the side of the road, newborn and flung
next step is to bring like-minded people on
out of pouch. They have hand-raised her –
to the board and committee.
complete with three hourly feeds, delicate care and nurturing – and now have a happy
Brinkley has also been out and about at
and fluffy little wallaroo who spends a lot of
schools to speak about the organisation’s
time at the beach.
#ClearTides campaign. “Education promotes awareness, and awareness inspires people
As for what’s next, the marine biologist is
to create change in their own lives and
heading to Africa (with her partner, Ty) to
to spread the word.” She does just this
work with a conservation company – hosting
through her incredibly beautiful social
a beach clean up and collaborating with a
media channels as well. “I love that I have
marine research company in Mozambique.
that platform now to share both my passions
We have been assured that Bunji and their
for my career, and all of the causes that I
dog, Ohana, will be well looked after while
am working with,” she says. “Social media
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WORKING WITH LEAH OUT
PULSE SQUAT Pulse squat is a leg burner! With legs hip width apart, lower your body into a squat and come back up only half way! From here, repeat this until you have reached the 15 reps and then come up to the top starting position.
LOCAL GIRL, LEAH ITSINES IS PERSONAL TRAINER WHO ASPIRES TO HELP EDUCATE MEN AND WOMEN TO LEAD A HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE.
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ith the ultimate aim of staying fit and well, she believes you should love and enjoy
every aspect of your health and fitness journey – even if you get some sore muscles along the way. A common request made by most of her female clients are toned glutes. So we thought we’d ask her to share her ultimate bum-burner routine, which will get you one-step closer to those toned legs and peachy glutes. This workout takes no more than 20-minutes and you can do it from the comfort of your own home.
it super functional and
This is a fantastic strength
you drive through that front
exercise since it mimics a
leg and squeeze your butt
real-life movement, making
at the top!
good for you! Make sure
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LUNGES Make sure your front knee is directly above your ankle. Keep the weight in your heels as you push back up to the starting position – this will burn the booty! Squeeze your butt at the top of each rep.
JUMP SQUAT Get yourself into a squat position and lower your body. Once you are down low, explode up and absorb the landing! Never try to stop the landing, make it continuous to protect your knees.
KICK BACKS Place a resistance band over one leg and go on all fours. Holding the band in the same side that the band is on, kick back slowly, squeezing your bum at the top! Come back, don’t touch the floor and kick straight back out!
BOX JUMP This will get your heart racing start off on a box that you’re comfortable with. Land on the box with your feet apart into a squat position!
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and legs burning! Make sure you
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IN WINTER BY EMILY HARTLEY
With winter now upon us and the 3-degree Adelaide nights becoming more frequent, our body’s immunity can really take a beating.
Emily Hartley is an accredited dietitian at Improve Performance / improveperformance.com.au
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Fighting the morning battle with your workout leggings is hard enough on a good day let alone over the winter months. So catching the cold or flu that is hanging around the office can be a real bump in your stride, often providing you with an awesome excuse to miss that workout or not eat the way you intended. The types of foods we eat play a huge role in ensuring our immune system is at the top of its game. Here are a few tips to help boost your immunity and help keep your health and fitness goals in place over the cold winter months!
source of it is actually from capsicums (bell peppers).
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NOT ENOUGH? These are my favourite boosters to a healthy and balanced diet:
Vitamin C can also be found in other coloured fruit and vegetables like dark leafy greens (e.g. kale, spinach), broccoli, berries, kiwi fruit, mandarins, tomatoes and chilli. So whip up some stuffed capsicums or throw an orange in your lunchbox to make sure you’re getting enough of the good stuff.
GET OUTDOORS BOOST YOUR VEGGIES
We are really lucky in Adelaide with our weather.
Vegetables provide a variety of fibre and
have sunny days. I understand that curling up on the
micronutrients that are essential for general health
couch into a quilted burrito can be quite appealing
and wellbeing along with maintaining a healthy
but getting outside provides us with a hit of serotonin!
Evolve Latte. Wanting more from your
immune system. Choose a variety of coloured
This will help to keep a positive and happy mood
mid-morning latte? My Tribe Type
vegetables to ensure you are getting a wide spread of
and prevent food cravings. Stepping outside into the
brings you a blend of active fragrant
those vitamins and minerals. Veggies can sometimes
sunshine will also help to boost up your vitamin D
turmeric, ginger, cardamom, vanilla
seem unappealing over the colder months… you
which is essential for healthy, strong bones and teeth
bean and orange peel with a pinch
definitely don’t make friends with a garden salad over
and to assist with normal immune system function. It’s
of black pepper. They’ve also added
winter! Try adding a stack of veggies to your soups,
also a good excuse to spend some quality time with
adaptogens, reishi mushrooms and
roasting them with your favourite herbs and spices (I
friends or family. Seeing there aren’t as many social
astragalus to help boost up your
love nutmeg on pumpkin) or sneaking them into some
occasions over the winter months organise a walk and
homemade burger patties.
coffee with your closest pals!
While it’s super chilly outside we are still fortunate to
MY TRIBE TYPE
GOOD BACTERIA Keep the Aqium away from these guys! Eating a good
Arma Force. A combination of
source of probiotics will help to promote the growth
andrographis, echinacea, olive
of healthy bacteria and prevent other infections. These
leaf, vitamin C and zinc. It has been
can be found in fermented foods like yoghurt, kefir,
scientifically formulated to provide
sauerkraut or Kombucha. It’s important to look after
relief of symptoms and decrease the
the bacteria in your gut. Just like your Tamagotchi
duration of upper respiratory tract
make sure to look after and feed your good bacteria
infections and colds.
by choosing a diet that is rich in fibre.
KEEP YOUR FLUIDS UP! We often don’t drink enough water over the winter
SAMBUCOL COLD & FLU
months, which is surprising seeing hydration is one
With each capsule containing highly
of the most important factors to help avoid or treat
concentrated elderberries they help
the common cold or flu. Water helps the kidneys to
to cut down the duration of cold and
flush out the body’s toxins and waste. If we don’t get
flu symptoms so you can start to feel
enough fluid these baddies can’t be removed, which
production of lymph which plays a vital role within
One of the most important vitamins to keep topped up
bacteria within the body. If plain water isn’t tickling
over the winter months. In addition to its biosynthetic
your fancy, try adding a squeeze of lemon or sliced
and antioxidant functions, vitamin C plays an
fruit to your water bottle (think of the added vitamin
important role in immune function and improves the
C too!) or having a herbal tea to warm your insides.
absorption of Iron. So where you do get the most
While caffeinated teas and coffee provide fluid for the
vitamin C from you ask? Oranges? You’re surprisingly
body they are a diuretic so you won’t hold onto that
wrong! While they provide a good source, the best
fluid as well as you would if it was water!
the lymphatic system to clear and destroy viruses and
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weakens our immune system. Water also assists in the
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works to find an effective treatment to target your areas of pain and concern. The dedicated team of health providers are passionate about educating everyone who comes to Clarity, and supporting you in getting great results, reaching your goals, and feeling encouraged and nurtured throughout the process.
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In creating Clarity, Managing Director Sarah Watson had a vision of a light, fresh space where clients of all ages, genders and abilities could come to find their individual wellbeing and feel empowered to take the best possible care of themselves. The team of 12 highly skilled practitioners offer
everything from massage, acupuncture and
re you feeling tired and rundown? Clarity
naturopathy right through to yoga, Pilates and
Massage & Wellness understands that
luxurious facials as well as personalised pregnancy
wellbeing is often as much to do with
care and health workshops.
mental wellness as it is physical health, and has made their North Adelaide hub a one-stop shop
Clarity's foundational offering, and still their most
for all things wellness.
popular service, is Remedial Massage; which
a team of physiotherapists that have a passion for this quality of treatment. Upon arrival at Good Physio it becomes apparent that this is not your typical clinic. A beautifully designed and finished space is a welcome change from plain and sterile
medical rooms – making it an inspiring place to
date with the latest thinking and upgrading
they’ll help you achieve them. It’s this specific and
treatment methods accordingly. It also
personalized level of care that has set Good Physio
requires the stability of unwavering one-to-
apart from the crowd. If you are looking for a Good
one care in an unrushed, caring environment.
Physio, well… need we say more?
he definition of ‘good’ is an interesting
rehabilitate. What follows is a thorough assessment,
paradox. In the health industry, it
well thought-out treatment and important
requires the flexibility of staying up-to-
conversation about what your goals are and how
With a commitment to both these aspects of ‘good,’ Tristan Chai not only based his clinic’s philosophy on it, he put the name on the door. Building on experience working with elite athletes, he and his team have honed their skillset in getting people back to their best in the quickest way possible. Good Physio is the gateway for everybody to be able to access
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CELEBRATING FIVE YEARS
One thing you might not know about
enough, they also often travel the country and
Kinky Curly Straight is their recycle
world to share their knowledge and skills with peers
and reuse approach, which they apply
and next generations of hairdressers. So don’t be
to the whole salon and has made
surprised to see them on stages and classrooms
them a carbon neutral business.
in New York, Russia, Europe and Asia as well as
They have been the first to introduce
Australia’s top hair events and sharing their passion
recyclable ReFoil Aluminum foils to
for hair with students at TAFE SA.
South Australia, 100% biodegradable
EasyDry towels (made from sustainable wooden
It is incredible seeing the local salon’s success,
inky Curly Straight is set to celebrate five
fibres that don’t require any washing and drying),
not only in running a sustainable vbusiness that
years since opening their doors in Stepney
and faucets which save up to 40% more water
creates beautiful colours and styles for their
this September. In the time since, they
than normal ones.
clients on a daily basis, but also creating exciting
in Adelaide hairdressing and they have also made
From this month, the salon has stepped up their
equally giving back to the community and hair
their mark in the hair world across Australia and
eco and sustainability game even further by
industry by committing to raising the profile of
the world as well.
being the first in South Australia to sign up to the
hairdressing across the globe. Here’s to the next
Sustainable Salons Australia program. Meaning that
careers for their team members. Not to mention
have become one of the most recognisable names
The husband and wife team, Uros and Mojca Mikic
they recycle and reuse between 95-98% of all salon
run the salon and have brought together an incredible
waste and use funds raised from recycling to feed
team of stylists from here as well as from interstate.
the homeless. To put this into perspective, foil used
Uros has won multiple awards for Men’s Hairdresser of
on four clients generate enough money for one
the Year and SA/NT Hairdresser of the Year, as well as
meal for a homeless person. Something to think
being nominated for Australian Hairdresser of the Year.
about the next time you have your highlights done.
Meanwhile the rest of the team have also been up for a variety of prestigious awards.
And if their days in the salon weren’t already busy
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Starting on the eye socket and blending up towards the brow bone, apply Eyeshadow in the shade, Tussock, using an eyeshadow brush. Apply a small amount along the bottom lid just under the lash line to finish. This stuff is quite pigmented, so start with small amounts until you get the look you’re after!
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POKÉ ME First look: Poké Me Gawler Place
oké, pronounced poh-kay, is the next big
“Everyone wants to eat fresh and clean,” says
food trend out of the US according to Poké
Leigh, and Poké is a great way to do that on the
Me owner, Leigh Morgan (Vinomofo, Electra
go. Poké Me will be in Gawler Place right in the city
House). Although Adelaide born and bred, he
centre, and will provide “a super clean fast food,
opened the first Poké Me in South Yarra, Melbourne
with high quality products”.
in 2016. Leigh, along with business partners and AFL footballers, Hamish Hartlett and Tom Jonas, are
Poké Me puts a Japanese twist on the traditional
set to open their Adelaide doors in July.
Hawaiian raw fish salad. “We’ve gone [for] more of a deconstructed sushi bowl,” says Leigh. The menu will be made up of different Poké bowls and sushi. There is a focus on fresh and local produce.
eat at your desk.” There is a big focus on people
They say almost 95% of produce is locally sourced.
being able to get in and out quickly during their work day. But don’t worry if you can’t slip away
Poké Me will also have a bunch of in house drinks.
from your desk, you’ll also be able to find them on
Konnichi water with different fresh fruits “which is
designed to do specific things to the body,” Leigh says. They’ve also teamed up with Geelong’s Love Tea and will have five functional teas on offer. Passionate about health and nutrition, Leigh is excited to offer Adelaide “a healthy option you can
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Brings Back Old Faves
fter popular demand to bring back some
The new menu doesn’t stop at the food. Alongside
old favourites, UR Caffe has focussed their
their essential espresso options, UR Caffe have
new winter menu on the items customers
mixed it up a little with their own creations – think:
keep pestering them for – some have made a
Tangelo, a blend of milk coffee and orange peel, or
comeback after a two-year hiatus.
the combination of milk coffee, macadamia crust and coco – known as the Macca.
Rejoice, you can enjoy their wholesome brekky option, Aroy Eggs (a soft-boiled egg paired with
And for those who prefer something cold, UR has
cauliflower puree, house made baked beans,
cold brew using single origin beans from local
crumbed fetta and crispy prosciutto), and the now-
roaster Tony D’Angelo. Just ask the barista what
gluten-free Spicy Corn Fritters once again.
blend they’re serving up that day.
The original Grilled Prawn Salad has also seen a
YOU ASKED FOR IT, AND
slight update, now finished off with a new light
UR CAFFE HAS DELIVERED.
can also see peppered throughout the entire menu.
mango dressing to present Thai flavours that we
Now it wouldn’t be a new menu without some new dish additions. We’re instantly drawn to the Piggy In Cloud – who could resist slow cooked pork belly served with a soft-boiled egg, broccolini and cauliflower puree at Sunday brunch? Never fear, your original favourites have also managed to earn their keep on the winter menu, just to make it all that more difficult to make your selection! If you haven’t already, you need to try the Avo Pom – it’s your go-to smashed avo topped with pomegranate, cherry tomatoes and shaved radish. URC_UR Caffe_New Logo Black
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SMALLFRY Seafood Premium fish and chips (and other seafood) is set to open in the CBD
seriousness.” And they want to emulate this at Smallfry.
mallfry Seafood is the newest eatery on
don’t we do fish and chips?” and so the idea grew
Standouts on the menu will be a seasonal catch of
Waymouth Street, set to open doors in
the day, “the best in the world” oysters from Coffin Bay, and Spencer Golf king prawns. Sashimi and
June. Owners Jack Lim and Nick Wang are
bringing the heart of the sea into the city. “We
Once they found the perfect spot they enlisted the
tempura will also feature. Much of their seafood
want to give our customers a seafood experience,”
expertise of designer Matiya Marović of SansArc
will be local, but getting the best quality seafood
Studio (Pink Moon Saloon, Gondola-Gondola,
will be their main focus.
Nola). Open to Marović’s interpretation, the end The pair are back together after parting ways three
result is an elegant design, with elements of wood
Smallfry will be open for lunch Monday to
years ago with the sale of their food truck, Papa’s
and stone. It really brings a seaside feel to the city.
Saturday, and for dinner Wednesday to Saturday. The pair invite you to “come down after work,
Gourmet Hot Dogs. During this time, jack started a family and worked in real estate, and Nick worked
Jack says they’re “not your typical fish and chip
at Gouger Street’s Wasai Japanese Kitchen.
shop,” and will have no particular style other than
have some drinks and enjoy some fish a chips”.
seafood. They’ll take inspiration from all over the Always looking for a comeback to the food
world, including Australian and Japanese cuisine.
industry, the inspiration hit when one day the
However, the attitude they will take towards the
two wanted to get fish and chips, but were at a
seafood is more specific. Jack says, “Japanese
loss for somewhere in the city. So they said “why
people treat their seafood with passion and
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FINE AND FETTLE
Other menu stand outs include the spiced lamb and the blue swimmer crab. Coffee is from local family-owned roaster Presstwood, and smoothies and juices are also available. Moving forward, a liquor license is in the works to allow for weekend functions, and for those after “a salad and a champagne.” Sam wants to activate Fine and Fettle as a function space, catered by his other business Kitchen & Catering by Sam.
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wner Sam Worrall-Thompson (Jack Ruby,
something fresh was Georgie Shepherd (Raw and
Kitchen & Catering by Sam, The Sailing
Real, Fred Eatery, Hither & Yon). The modern fit-out
Club) always wanted to open a café in
combines wood, concrete and contrasting blacks,
the East. After initially passing on the Magill Road
with hanging greenery. The space is designed to
shop, a fresh set of eyes noticed potential in the
be flexible to also accommodate stand up and sit
space. Conveniently, only two doors down from
down weekend functions.
his gym, it’s the perfect spot to combine the culture of the gym with a café, which Sam sees as
The menu bases itself on health foods, but “it’s not
an exciting connection.
all healthy,” says Sam, with other options available. There is a traditional Poké bowl with raw salmon,
The office space had been sitting vacant for more
but they also offer another take on the traditionally
than two years. Tasked with transforming it into
raw bowl, adding meats cooked over charcoal.
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INDULGE THIS WINTER AT
CIBO ESPRESSO Now there’s even more reason to head into CIBO this winter.
CIBO Espresso Head of Food, Jack Brennan, says the menu has been developed following their ‘locally supported and sourced with love’ philosophy. "We believe that our own backyard has some of the best produce to offer
and we are very pleased to showcase local suppliers including Barossa Fine
arm the palms of your
Foods, Beerenberg Family Farm, La
hands and your soul
Casa del Formaggio, Kangaroo Paw
at CIBO Espresso this
Olive Oil and SPQR Holdings through
winter. While you’re grabbing your
the Winter Providence menu.”
try out their new Winter Providence
You’ll still find their traditional staples
such as cannoli, focaccia and piadina, but their new winter menu introduces
With the aim of bringing a piece of Italy
warm-hearted soups, hand-stretched
and their art of sharing meals, CIBO have
pizzas, decadent bombolonis (don’t go
expanded their everyday menu to cover
past the lamington flavour!) and freshly
breakfast, lunch and bakery treats for
baked house breads.
everything in between (but especially those 3.30pm sugar cravings!)
Scanning our eyes over to the bakery side of the menu and spotting zeppole,
To ensure exceptional seasonality
Nutella doughnut, crunchy caramel
and freshness, the entire menu is
slice and chocolate salted caramel
made fresh daily using locally sourced
cookie; we can’t think of any better
products from some of our state’s
place to plan our next coffee catch up
best-loved producers and suppliers.
or mid-morning meeting – especially when there’s more than 30 stores
Before we’ve even had our morning
around Adelaide to choose from.
caffeine hit, the bakers and chefs are already in the CIBO kitchen preparing, cooking and baking, so each menu item is ready to be delivered to the door of your local store each morning.
cup of much-needed coffee, why not
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SHÕBÕSHO JAPANESE BBQ COMES TO LEIGH ST
hōbōsho literally means
only premium, free-range chicken
fire house, aptly named as
sourced from the Barossa Valley.
all their ovens and grills
There is a definite focus on high
are fueled by coal and wood.
quality produce and “buying the best
“Everything from cake to a piece
raw ingredients we can find,” says
of meat is cooked with fire,” says
restaurant manager Harriot Berry. Other stand out dishes include the The Japanese BBQ restaurant, where
Katsu-sando, a perfectly presented
sophistication meets booze food, is
Japanese-style sandwich, the
the brain-child of co-owners Simon
raw yellow fin tuna with
Kardachi of Press*, Oggi and Melt,
charred edamame, black rice, bonito
snack pre party, or to have a full
and Adam Liston, previously The
cream, and the Tsukane king of
sit down dinner you can come to
Pot and Melbourne’s Northern Light
yakitori, chicken meatballs.
Shōbōsho. It’s casual and fun, yet
sophisticated dining. “You can The wine list is written by sommelier
always get meat on a stick, which is
Adam, heads the kitchen, with
Josh Picken, and the cocktail menu is
perfect for beer,” laughs Harriot.
sous-chef Max Sharrad, previously of
the creation of Maybe Mae co-owner
Orana and Stone’s Throw. Adam has
and bartender, Ollie Margan. Waste-
an extensive background in Asian
free is a feature of the cocktail list,
cuisine, spending time in Japan
with repurposed ingredients from
learning from top yakitori chefs.
the kitchen and neighbours Maybe Mae. And of course, only the best
The star of the show is Shōbōsho’s
Japanese beer and saké are on offer.
spit roast teriyaki chicken. They use
Whether you’re looking for a quick
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FRUCHOC BLISS BALL PHOTOS BY MEAGHAN COLES
Leah Itsines is a self-confessed foodie and lives to cook delicious and healthy recipes. She wants to help women understand that healthy living doesn’t always have to be about restriction. With her ‘treat yourself’ attitude, here is the perfect sweet and savoury snack, suitable for those 3 o’clock cravings or post-workout session. (RECIPE MAKES 15) INGREDIENTS
1½ cups of slivered almonds 1 tbsp. vanilla essence
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2 tbsp. coconut oil ¼ cup almond meal 1 1/2 cups of desiccated coconut 1½ cups of dried apricots ½ cup water or coconut water 1 packet of coconut Robern Menz Fruchocs
Place almonds, vanilla, melted coconut oil, almond meal, half of the coconut, and dried apricots into a food processor.
Blend for 2-3 minutes. If the mix is looking too dry, add 1 tbsp. of water to help the mixture come together.
Take a small amount of the mixture into the palm of your hand, and roll into a ball.
Create an indent in the middle and insert the fruchoc, and continue to mold the mixture around the chocolate.
Repeat steps until mixture is gone, and roll onto a plate with the remaining desiccated coconut.
Set aside, and cool in the fridge for 30 minutes to set before eating.
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O’LEARY WALKER WINEMAKERS In the Adelaide Hills When you think of O’Leary Walker Winemakers, you think about their beautiful Leasingham Cellar Door in the Clare Valley but in recent years, they have also moved into the Adelaide Hills, taking over the historic Johnson Brewery in Oakbank.
’Leary Walker have always sourced grapes from some of South Australia’s premium wine regions, including the
Adelaide Hills where the O’Leary Family was one of the earliest grape growers. The site is heritage listed and also worth a visit for those who are interested in the brewing history of South Australia. Former stables house the tastefully built cellar door – think exposed wooden beams which pays homage to the heritage of the site. As you sip and sample their range of wines, you can also indulge on a variety of locally sourced platters in the comfort of this cosy locale. In establishing the site, O’Leary Walker has gone the extra mile to keep things local and specific to the region. The Adelaide Hills grapes they use in their wines are
all estate grown from the O’Leary family
This year, they will be celebrating the
vineyard established in 1981. They have even
iconic Winter Reds festival at their Oakbank
changed their Adelaide Hills labels to reflect
Cellar Door. Don’t let the wintry weather
the strong connection and racing culture
keep you from coming to the Hills, they
of the Oakbank Racing Course located
will be setting up a beautiful clear pavilion
right next door, with names like the ‘Lucky
complete with lights and open fires,
Punter’ Sauvignon Blanc, ‘First Past the Post’
amazing food, wine and live music on offer.
Chardonnay and ‘Bookies Bag’ Pinot Noir.
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WINTER REDS AT O’LEARY WALKER We’re all familiar with the Winter Reds festival and the O’Leary Walker team at the Oakbank Cellar Door will also be joining in on the fun with two events that will be celebrating all things wintry, wine and wonderful.
Saturday, July 29 Taste the O’Leary Walker Wine range by the fire in a cosy and rustic atmosphere complete with charcuterie and cheese.
Sunday, July 30 Rug up and bring the whole family down for a wintry day out in the Hills, with live music and delicious food from Adelaide Woodfired Pizzas.
FUN FACTS – Nick Walker (grandfather, Hurtle Walker) was the first Australian winemaker to produce sparkling from the Adelaide Hills – The Walkers are one of the only fourth generation hands-on winemakers left – Our wines are vegan friendly
Photo by Prettyfly
With the Hills only a 25 minute drive from
O'Leary Walker Wines
the city, a visit to the O’Leary Walker
18 Oakwood Road, Oakbank
Cellar Door at Oakbank should definitely
Opens 7 days a week – 11am-4pm
be on the list of things to do for your next
weekend getaway. We’re also promised that
there will be some exciting changes come
September, so keep an eye out once the
warmer weather is back as well.
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Sloe Gin Sour
Alfred’s Bar 14 Peel Street, Adelaide alfredsbar.com.au / @alfreds_bar
West End favourite Alfred’s Bar brings a front-bar-of-a-pub vibe to the evolving small-bar landscape on Peel Street. It’s named in honour of owner Scott Quick’s grandfather – Alfred John Quick, nicknamed “Jack”. His home, where he brewed his own beer and served it from a couple of different bars, was considered a “local watering hole” for family and friends. Alfred’s has captured this sense of home-style hospitality and opened it up to Adelaide bar-goers. Manager Matt Holding began his hospitality career in Adelaide pubs before a holiday to Hong Kong resulted in him working for two years at one of its leading cocktail bars. Back in Adelaide and armed with a newly honed skill-set, Holding joined the West End’s burgeoning small-bar scene.
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As the cooler weather sets in, Adelaidians have a tendency to hibernate. Luckily, our world-class bar scene is showing no signs of slowing down for the winter. We’ve scoped out some of Adelaide’s best wintertime cocktails to help you resist the temptation of Netflix and Chill.
While the cocktail list changes with the season, each of its six options are named in honour of Alfred’s family members. Take Jack’s Sloe Gin Sour for example. It’s a blend of Buffalo Trace bourbon and Elephant sloe gin shaken up with lime juice, egg whites and sugar.
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28 Vardon Avenue, Adelaide @nolaadelaide / nolaadelaide.com
140 Gouger Street, Adelaide @discomexicotaqueria / facebook.com/discomexicotaqueria
NOLA is the closest you’ll get to the heart of New Orleans, Louisiana without leaving the Adelaide CBD. It’s tucked away on Vardon Avenue in a Sans-Arc Studiodesigned space, which was once a horse stable for the old East End Markets.
No strangers to a fiesta, the team behind Disco Mexico also runs Hindley Street nightclub Super California, which started out as the Mexico-inspired Tijuana Showgirls four years ago.
The split-level bar-eatery is renowned for its Creole and Cajun soul food – boasting some of the city’s juiciest fried chicken – as well as its 16 rotating craft beer taps and a second-to-none selection of over 200 different whiskeys from around the globe, with a focus on Australian and American varieties. However, its cocktails are some of the best in the east, with the team placing a strong emphasis on the classics - generally with a splash of whiskey.
Beaming with neon signs and a larger-than-life disco ball, the Gouger Street hangout is Adelaide’s first taste of a “taqueria”. “It’s basically tacos and drinks,” says owner Alex Kleut. “Oh, and a little bit of disco. Everyone loves a bit of disco.” The kitchen serves a no-frills menu of Mexican classics packed with flavour. Think tacos, quesadillas and fried tortillas piled with toppings, called volcanes.
Dan Wall is NOLA’s resident cocktail-maker. He’s a big-bearded old-time bar veteran with great whiskey knowledge. Wall’s creation – the “Saving Grace” – actually earned him a trip to Sydney to compete in a national cocktail competition. It’s a seemingly simple but well-balanced mix of bourbon, herb liquor and spiced apple.
Beers keep with the Mexican theme, as do the flamboyant cocktails, which incorporate ingredients such as mezcal, avocado and papaya syrup. The signature “Tio Charlie” – which translates to“Uncle Charlie” in Spanish – is a shake-up of blue Curaçao, vanilla vodka and pineapple. The bright-blue drink is poured over house-made fairy floss and poured into a sprinkle-rimmed glassed with an umbrella.
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Winter Old Fashioned
Canada vs. Japan
Adelaide Casino, North Terrace, Adelaide @adelaidecasino / adelaidecasino.com.au/bars/chandelier-bar
158 Hutt Street, Adelaide @bartorinoadl / bartorino.com.au
Set in the Adelaide Casino’s Marble Hall is Chandelier Bar. Paying homage to the “golden age of hotels” when service and class took priority, the centrepiece is a custom-made grand chandelier that features over 2000 glass bubbles hand-blown in Italy. Customised lighting bounces off the glass to create a striking effect on the walls.
“Good drink and good food go hand-in-hand” is the motto at Bar Torino, a European-style tapas and cocktail bar that offers an upmarket, share-style experience on Hutt Street.
Chandelier Bar is home to South Australia’s largest range of “ultra-premium” spirits. Cocktail-maker Julian Veld says this allows customers to get unique experiences they “cannot get [at their] local watering hole”, complemented by a flexible canapé menu. The “Winter Old Fashioned” is a twist on a classic cocktail that dates back to the late 1800s, traditionally bourbon- or rye whiskey-based. In this instance, Veld has captured the essence of a rum-based old fashioned, “by using Averna (an Italian aperitif) as a bitter base, as well as the classic bitters and sugar combination [and] adding some sweet red vermouth,” he says. It’s served hot in winter, but can also be served over ice in summer.
In true Mediterranean style, charcoal-grilled meats and paella are a weekend specialty. There’s also a late-night menu that kicks in after 10.30pm. But the small bar has made waves with its selection of gin and tonics and its everchanging cocktail list – there’s a new addition every single season. “When a Canadian chef and an Italian cocktail waitress sit down and brainstorm … you get a nice mix of all types of cuisines,” says bar manager Kayla Grigoriou. That’s where her idea for a “Canada vs. Japan” cocktail came from. It’s an innovative combination of enoki mushroom-infused Japanese (Nikka From The Barrel) whiskey, cacao-infused Canadian maple syrup, Maxwell’s mead liqueur, chocolate and Angostura bitters. The earthy notes from the mushroom-infused whiskey are offset by the maple syrup’s sweetness.
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The Oxford Hotel
145 King William Street, Adelaide @mayfairhoteladelaide / mayfairhotel.com.au/hennessy
101 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide @theoxfordhoteladelaide / oxfordhotel.com.au
You’ll find HENNESSY perched atop the five-star boutique Mayfair Hotel on King William Street. Named after the building’s original architects, the level-13 rooftop bar is open to all – hotel guests and in-the-know visitors – offering uninterrupted and unrivalled views of the city of Adelaide.
A stone’s throw from the city, North Adelaide arts hub The Oxford Hotel has always been inspired by creativity and culture. Murals line the walls of the recently revived venue, giving it an aesthetic point of difference.
Start your experience in the indoor bar area before making your way onto the alfresco terrace. Headed up by bar manager Tysen Kogler, the bar is stocked with a carefully curated range of high-end wine, beer and spirits, served alongside an upmarket bar menu. But premium champagne and house cocktails are their specialty. The Mayfair has its own bee hives that produces raw honey for use throughout the hotel. It’s the inspiration for one of HENNESSY’s signature cocktails – the “Honey Trap”. The non-traditional honey-gingered Caprioska comes complete with honey-infused vodka, lime, ginger, mint and a drizzling of raw honey to finish.
Providing a contemporary pub experience, its food reflects the artistic energy of head chef Symon Conway-Lyden. While its craft beers, dedicated wine list and cocktail conceptions reflect the collaborated work of a front of house team headed up by London-born Head Bartender Jon Scholten, who's spent 14 years honing his skills in the industry - both in Adelaide and the United Kingdom. The Oxford Hotel’s artistic flair is unmistakable in the signature “Amatitan Monk” cocktail. Elderflower-infused liqueur St. Germain lays a smooth foundation for the blend, which also includes Benedictine, a French herbal liqueur. Tequila and a zingy dose of citrus provide the bite. It will rival any Margarita.
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Sarah’s Rose Garden
Hotel Richmond’s First Bar and Restaurant 128 Rundle Mall, Adelaide @thehotelrichmond / hotelrichmond.com.au
Overlooking the iconic Rundle Mall shopping strip, Hotel Richmond’s First Bar and Restaurant is right in the thick of it. Its spacious design features a long Calcutta marble bar, sparkling wire-ball chandeliers and modern art. First’s à la carte lunch and dinner menu shines a spotlight on local and seasonal produce. The cocktail list stays true to the classics, with a few thought-out variations included for good measure. Bar manager Sarah Lach made her first cocktail – a classic martini – while bartending a close friend’s wedding, and she’s had a passion for thinking up different flavour combinations ever since. Traditionally speaking, a Tom Collins is a gin-based cocktail fizzing with carbonated water. But First’s cocktail crowd-favourite takes a slightly different approach. The “Sarah's RoseGarden” is shaken with a thyme and hibiscus syrup that complements the rose-infused spirit.
Apple Pie Sweet Tea
THERAPY Basement, No.2 Peel St, Adelaide. @bottletherapy / therapycocktailbar.com.au
Tucked away in the basement of number 2 Peel Street is Therapy Cocktail Bar. Dimly lit and spacious, the guys behind it pride themselves on creating a relaxing environment for patrons who just want to enjoy a quality cocktail. The bar is owned by hospitality veterans, Tom Smith and Kyle Young, who also own La Rambla further down the street. The idea of a straight out, no nonsense cocktail bar came from the idea that “everyone needs a little cocktail therapy”, and they cater to this with delicious concoctions. With over 100 cocktails on the official list, it can be hard to pick just one. The ‘Apple Pie Sweet Tea’ features muddled green apple mixed in with Maker’s Mark bourbon, house infused apple bourbon and a house made sweetened tea with lemon. It is finished off with a garnish of apple slices and a dust of cinnamon.
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Spot & Co
15 Peel Street, Adelaide @maybemaebasement / facebook.com/maybemaebasement
129 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide @spotandco_adelaide / spotandco.com.au
Behind an unassuming entrance off Peel Street is Maybe Mae, a dimly lit cocktail bar tucked beneath its burger joint sibling, Bread & Bone. It carries a loose 1930s post-prohibition era theme, with panelled art deco framing on mirrored walls, and emerald-green leather booths.
With a 1920s speakeasy-style, SPOT & Co whisky and cocktail lounge brings an old-school flare to North Adelaide’s Melbourne Street. The venue has a colourful history as Adelaide’s first adult book shop. Now refitted, it sports dark timber furnishings, exposed brick feature walls and a sleek marble-topped bar.
South Australian produce is championed above all else at this underground bar, with an ever-changing cocktail list shaken by a well-versed team. For bar manager Nick Corletto, understanding the ingredients and their properties is the first step towards approachable, tailor-made cocktails. It’s a way of reassuring customers who may be “too timid to try something foreign or outlandish.” In saying that, “There is no right or wrong way to drink at Maybe Mae,” adds coowner Ollie Margan.
Hailing from the United Kingdom, resident mixologist Lloyd Austin cut his teeth “pouring pints” in traditional British pubs. The move to Australia sparked his interest in the art of cocktail making.
The “Garden Party” is a mint julep-style cocktail, packed with shaved ice. Served freezing cold, it melds raspberry leaf and mint-infused rye whiskey with Fernet Branca and raspberry sherbet.
His “Scoville Heat” is an out-of-the-ordinary cocktail that’s surprisingly refreshing – despite its kick of chilli. It combines gin, elderflower, apple, mint, lemon and chilli syrup made in-house. There’s a masterful balance between the sweet, sour and spicy elements, making it one of SPOT & Co’s most popular cocktails. Enjoy it alongside a few choices from the Europeaninspired tapas menu.
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HoneySage Gin Fizz
Cinco De Mayo Sour
The Mile End
30 Henley Beach Road, Mile End @themileend / mileendhotel.com.au
27 Unley Road, Parkside @theunley / theunley.com.au
A rotating selection of craft beers and by-the-glass wines appease the masses at The Mile End, but its cocktails offer a point of difference, keeping it simple without skimping on flavour. Plus it’s “$10 Cocktail Happy Hour” from 6pm ‘til 9pm every Friday. The “Honey-Sage Gin Fizz” is one of the pub’s best. It starts with 78 Degrees small-batch gin from Adelaide Hills Distillery and combines it with sage-infused honey and ginger ale. It’s served in pancetta crumb-rimmed glass.
Winter is here, and The Unley has you covered. Its convenient suburban location allows for ample parking, making it the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of the CBD. There are also two crackling open fireplaces and a heated outdoor rooftop that’s covered to keep it warm through the cooler months.
The Henley Beach Road pub has cemented itself as a no-fuss and uncomplicated go-to for locals, taking pride in making its patrons feel at home. Its recently renovated and extended outdoor beer garden is fully enclosed and kitted-out with an open fire for winter. There’s a food menu to fit with the season, as well. Both local and international gins are a focal point, with the kick off of a buildyour-own gin menu that allows you to choose your preferred gin, flavour and fizz.
Now celebrating its third anniversary since being revamped, The Unley’s constantly changing menu and seasonal wine and cocktail lists are a part of a new era for the longstanding neighbourhood hotel just south of the city. Drawing inspiration from the more traditional whiskey and Amaretto sours, warm up with a tequila-based variation – the “Cinco De Mayo Sour”. Jose Cuervo is shaken over ice with freshly squeezed lime and blood-orange juice, agave syrup and an egg white. It’s a mix of flavours that will take you from Unley Road to a Mexican cantina.
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Dishes are designed to be shared, and the best way to do this is the shared tasting menu. But for those who like to choose, current menu stand-outs are the salmon sashimi with tahini yoghurt, walnuts, sumac and toasted spice. Try it with the chicken liver parfait, roasted quince and toasted brioche. Also, the slow roasted Fleurieu lamb shoulder pared with the tabbouleh, pearl cous cous, Baba ganoush,
pomegranate and witlof salad. Behind the bar is Josh Esposito. He brings passion and a wealth of knowledge from bartending in London and Paris. The cocktail menu is Esposito’s creation, and there’s a strong focus on using premium and original products. The wine list is
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extensive, made up largely of South Australian
tone’s Throw is Norwood’s first and
wines amid national and international varieties.
only small wine bar and restaurant. After Stone’s Throw is a place for friends and family to
completing the front bar in late April,
they’ve really brought the culture and energy of a
quality food, drinks, and service, all in a relaxed and
come together to eat, share and enjoy. They offer
wine bar to the street front. Complementing the
casual environment. In the kitchen is Quentin Whittle,
a high quality, yet approachable dining experience
established main bar is the beautifully natural lit
formerly the Stranded Store. Whittle’s rotating menu
in the ‘burbs.
dining room, and tree-lined courtyard.
is best described as modern Australian meets the world. He takes flavour inspiration from around the
New owners Matt Mitchell and Brett Viney (The
globe, with Middle Eastern flavours his current muse.
Archer, Pirie & Co., and the Saracens Head), are
Local and seasonal produce is a priority, so the
evolving Stone’s Throw into a sophisticated wine
dishes are constantly evolving as produce comes in
bar-cum-restaurant. With a focus on providing high
and out of season.
THE WILLIAM BLIGH
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127 THE PARADE, NORWOOD SA 5067 STONES-THROW.COM.AU @STONESTHROWADL
the bar to join the rum rebellion, and try one of Hales’ ‘off-menu’ rum cocktails. While rum is their speciality, you can find other spirits, wine, and beer. Local craft beers are from South Australian’s own Prancing Pony and Lobethal Beirhaus, along with Byron Bay’s Stone and Wood. Wine is from Graham Stevens
vast ye! There’s a new bar in the East
Wines, a McLaren Vale winery, where the only other
End, The William Bligh. Adding rum and
place you can find it is at the cellar door.
rebellion to the thrivin’ community of bars
on Vardon Avenue. The captain of the ship and
Feed your hunger with a booty of cheese and
co-owner, Jarrod Hales, says “I just want to share
meat platters, or a gourmet toastie or two. Must-
rum with Adelaide.”
try toasties are the ‘Cuban’ and the ‘English’.
Hales has a long history in hospitality, both in
Hales says, “I want people to come in and have
Melbourne and Adelaide. Previously managing
fun.” Whether you’re after a post-work cocktail,
bars including the Colonel Light Hotel and The
or a late night party, The William Bligh offers a
Producers Hotel. The William Bligh is Hales’ first
laidback, happy and fun atmosphere – with lots of
business venture, together with co-owner Peter
Watters. The name is an ironic homage to rum’s
history in Australia. William Bligh was a naval captain-turn-governor. He came to Australia in stop it, so we’re bringing it back,” says Hales. 33 VARDON AVE, ADELAIDE SA 5000 @THEWILLIAMBLIGH FACEBOOK.COM/THEWILLIAMBLIGH
Within Hales’ prided back bar, The William Bligh has a growing collection of rums from all over the world. His favourite at the moment, he says, is Caribbean’s ‘Shipwreck Spiced Rum’. Ask at
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Crispy rice pancakesmystery box style
Turning back the clock to a more frugal way of life not only positively affects the environment, but also saves us a whole lot of money. This recipe champions the environmental penny pinchers within us by utilising leftovers - those sad limp vegetables forgotten in the crisper, the remains of last nights curry and even uses day old rice. As the season changes and cold winter nights take over, I find myself cooking more curries. Often left with a meagre amount, not quite enough for another meal, I have found ways to bulk up last night's offering and turn it
Leftover rice? curry? Forgotten rogue veggies in your crisper? This recipe is the one for you.
into something more delicious. This recipe is incredibly flexible, you can go South-East Asian, Indian or freestyle it. I have included two different dressings to help you make the most of your leftovers, although a squirt of sriracha or soy sauce will suffice if you are that way inclined.
The nuoc cham works brilliantly with Vietnamese or Thai flavours such as Thai curries, left over
oday approximately 20% of food that we
noodle salads or stir-fried vegetables, while the
buy is wasted. Shocking right? This means
raita works best with Indian flavours such as dahl,
approximately 1 out of every 5 shopping
chickpeas or leftover curry. If you have a rogue
bags heads straight to landfill. The impact our
carrot, a floret of broccoli or an onion you can
choices have on the environment are enormous,
make this recipe, and while the day old rice is
and I am a firm believer that every little bit counts.
recommended, the recipe can be made without it.
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and allow it to rest for about 20-30 minutes. The batter will be the consistency of pouring cream.
Pancake Batter • 1/2 cup cooked white rice,
Meanwhile make your choice of dipping sauce.
For the Nuoc Cham. Combine the fish sauce,
or an extra 20g of rice flour • 1 cup rice flour • 1 cup soda water or water
vinegar and sugar in a small bowl. Stir
• 1 cup coconut milk
until sugar has fully dissolved then add the
• 1 tsp ground turmeric (optional)
remaining ingredients. Set aside.
• decent pinch of sea salt flakes OR Filling • Leftover curry, or meat or tofu or rogue
irst and foremost it is all about
vegetables crisper veggies etc
For the raita. Deseed your cucumber by slicing in half, then using a spoon scrape
local produce. Passionate about supporting local food producers
• 1 carrot, julienned
out the seeds. Grate the cucumber. Squeeze
and growers, Jessie celebrates the
• 1 large brown onion, cut in half
thoroughly using a sieve or tea towel to
diverse array of colour and beauty found
remove the excess moisture and set aside.
in nature in her cooking. She celebrates
• 1 cup sprouts (optional)
Combine the yogurt, cumin, coriander,
modern day Australia by melding
• 1/2 cup spring onions, finely sliced
cayenne, lemon juice, salt and pepper together
traditional Asian and European flavours
in a bowl. Add the cucumber and adjust the
and techniques with our own beautiful
• neutral oil, like grape seed or vegetable
seasoning if required. Add the mint and mix
Australian native and locally sourced
* You’ll need enough for 2- 3 cups of filling
thoroughly. Place in the fridge until required.
ingredients creating a vibrant, fun menu
The flavours will develop over an hour or so,
for her catering business Jessie Does
however you can use immediately.
and sliced 3/4 cm thick
herbs, such as mint, coriander etc
Dipping sauce • Nuoc Cham for Thai / Vietnamese flavours 6tbs fish sauce
For the pancake filling, heat a tablespoon
• 200ml Lime Juice
of oil in a pan over medium-high heat. Add
• 2 tbs rice wine vinegar
onion, carrot and garlic (or whatever veggies
• ½ cup sugar
you choose) and cook for 3-4 minutes or until
• 4 garlic cloves, finely diced
onion starts to soften. Remove from heat, add
• 3-4 chillies, finely diced
bean sprouts and leftover curry (if using) and herbs, set aside.
Cook the pancakes. Heat a lightly greased pan
“For me our food should reflect our cities, the people that call them home and their culture, heritage and experiences. I like that through history we see cuisine evolve from migrants and trade between cultures. I love learning from such cultural influences and it’s what I search for when visiting new cities.”
Raita for Indian flavours
over high heat. Once hot, pour 3/4 of a ladle
• 1/2 cucumber
of batter into the pan. Tilt the pan so that the
• 1 cup plain yogurt
mixture spreads thinly, no more than 5mm
• 1/2 teaspoon cumin, lightly toasted
thick. Wait for the batter to begin to crisp up
• Pinch of ground coriander seed
around the edges, this usually takes about
• Pinch of cayenne
2-3 minutes. Be patient as your pancakes
• Juice of 1/2 lemon
will break apart of the bottom hasn’t crisped
• Salt and black pepper
up. It’ll look as though they’re cooking quite
• 1/4 cup chopped fresh mint
quickly, the batter set very quickly, but you’ll
Keep an eye out for Jessie at Plant 4
need to cook them longer, you want the bottom
where she is a resident event caterer,
to be crispy before flipping. Once crispy, flip
and at Ferment festival happening in
• Herbs or spring onions,
pancake using a palate knife or egg flip and
cook for 30-60 seconds to set other side. If your pancakes are sticking, spray a little more
oil around the edges of the pancake. Repeat
with the remaining batter.
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Serve pancakes immediately. Place a large spoonful of filling mixture onto one side of the
Prepare the pancake batter. Blend the rice,
pancake. Fold the uncovered half over the
rice flour, soda water/water, coconut milk,
top to make a half moon shape. Scatter with
turmeric (if using) and salt in a food processor
herbs and top with your chosen dipping sauce.
or blender until smooth. Set the batter aside
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THUNDAMENTALS We caught up with Jeswon (Jesse Ferris) ahead of Thundamentals’ Adelaide show on June 16 for a quick chat that soon turned into a D&M about friendships, the importance of music, and checking your privilege. Have a suss before you head out to the gig and show them some love!
What are some of your favourite tracks
go on to find their own meanings in it.
reflection of our privilege. It’s like we are actually
to perform live?
So it’s constantly being reinterpreted.
in this bubble where we surround ourselves with
From the new album, we’ve been playing this song
Exactly. That was the thinking behind the concept
people that think the same way that we do.
called Blue Balloons. It’s a dedication to a young
of the album, because the album’s called Everyone
fella from our hometown who passed away too
We Know. Basically each song is inspired by certain
Even if you’re not getting those more negative
early under pretty tragic circumstances. I know a
individuals within our own life. We were hoping that
reactions then hopefully there’s some people
lot of his friends and some of his family were at the
people can identify with similar types of people and
who are thinking about it in their own time.
show in Sydney when we played. That felt like a
characters, and that’s where the songs gain a bit of
really special moment in the set, even though the
a deeper and more personal meaning for people,
I think there are a lot of kids listening to our music
song is quite downtempo and not necessarily the
when they can take what’s personal to you as a writer
as well. I feel like being interested and passionate
easiest to perform.
and apply it within the confines of their own life.
about things and being compassionate isn’t
I did read that you guys headed down
One track that I really enjoyed was Ignorance
concept through the music but also through the
to his funeral.
is Bliss, ‘cause I thought it’s sweet that you’re
live performances. So I think even just having an
It was his memorial ceremony. He was a big skater
using your platform to spread this message
affirmation about how you feel about things and
and there’s a skate park in the town where he
that often a lot of people in positions in
trying to put those real positive messages out is
was from. They unveiled a memorial bench, this
privilege tend to completely deny. Have you
something that kids can see as an alternative to
sculpted bench in the shape of a skateboard with
had much feedback on it?
maybe what they’re faced with quite often, which
a little epitaph inscribed into it. We were invited
Yeah, we have. I think a lot of acts can cruise
is [that] it’s cool to be apathetic and not to give
along to that, so that was kind of the moment
along and not address things because potentially
a fuck about other people and not be conscious
that inspired the song idea. Sometimes you’re not
it’s risky addressing those things with your
of how what you do affects other people. So it’s
aware what an important part your music can play
fanbase. I was prepared for the criticism and to be
all tying into that idea of trying to push a positive
in other people’s lives. To be invited to something
challenged and engage in a dialogue around it. But
alternative for people.
so personal and tragic like that, it was just a
it’s a funny thing, there was so little of that that the
reminder that your music does have a life beyond
fact that so many people came out and said, “good
what you originally think it might.
on ya, we agree” was a bit disappointing. I know
seen as cool, and I wanna try and challenge that
that sounds weird because in a way it’s reassuring It’s very much got that personal significance to
that we have good fans who question the way
you having written the songs, and then listeners
things work, but it’s also ironic because it’s another
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D.D. DUMBO The Australian music scene has churned out some truly stellar artists over the last several years, but occasionally something so magnificently unique comes out of the woodwork that it stops you in your tracks. Oliver Hugh Perry, the brains behind D.D. Dumbo, is the creator of some of the most innovative tunes you’ve been hearing on your radio lately. BY DASHA ROMANOWSKI
erry first hit the airwaves back in 2014 with the release of his EP Tropical Oceans and
has since brought his idiosyncratic fusion of poppy melodies and world music
across the globe, having supported acts including Warpaint, Tune-Yards, St. Vincent, and Iron & Wine to name a few. Last year saw the release of his debut studio album, Utopia Defeated, from which single ‘Satan’ won the Australian APRA Awards’ 2017 Song of the Year. He’s currently preparing for his upcoming national tour in support of the album, which will culminate in an appearance at Splendour in the Grass before he jets off to Europe for a string of dates. Due to the dense instrumentation of the record, Perry states that sorting out the logistics of live performance took quite some time. Rather than
“I like different sounds. It’s just a way to add to the
not be so neurotic this time and get something
being a self-proclaimed “solo novelty loop pedal
whole recording process.”
finished by the end of this year,” he says.
will see Perry take to the stage flanked by a three-
Perry cringes over labelling himself as a pop artist
“This time I guess I’m trying to mess around
piece band (punters will also get to witness some
with elements of world music (“[it] sounds like
with other instruments. I’ve been getting into
topnotch D.D. Dumbo x wind chimes action).
something your dorky uncle might like!”), but
old Indian classical music and therefore been
it’s the closest one may get to pinpointing the
interested in acquiring some old Indian classical
The tour will offer a fantastic opportunity to drink
nature of his sound. With influences ranging from
instruments like the sarod, which is sort of like a
in the dizzying, unbridled musicality of the rising
African desert blues to Mongolian traditional folk
sitar but not. And a harmonium, which is sort of
artist, who will be moonlighting on flute, clarinet
music, Perry’s eccentric compositions challenge
like a reed organ. And I’m trying to play the cello
and trumpet in conjunction with guitar. As a multi-
and redefine the nature of modern Western pop
instrumentalist, Perry wrote and recorded the
guy” as he previously was, the anticipated shows
As for what we can expect from the young artist,
record label 4AD’s resident engineer Fabian Prynn.
there are definitely plans for another album.
“I try and play lots of instruments, Perry tells
“At the moment I’m fortunate enough to be living
Clique. I used to play drums and other things too
in a place in the bush where I can basically play
but I don’t necessarily consider myself a virtuoso
all the time without annoying anyone and the
on all instruments”.
intention is to record [an album] all myself and
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SUMMER IN THE GREEK ISLANDS
The Greek Islands are without a doubt one of the most beautiful places in the world to visit. It is a photographer’s paradise, right from the picturesque landscapes and crystal blue water to the authentic food and the people.
BY MAYA KOLEGA
a second placement. As an artist, there is no better place than abroad and feel inspired by your surrounding and personal experiences that ultimately enhance your work. Most of my time in Skopelos was focused at the Skopelos Art Foundation where I worked on a
project called ‘Locals’. The name behind this piece was derived from the images I took on my he Island life is not for everyone, but
Mamiya C220 film camera of people I met from
is easy to slip into. The simplistic way
different parts of the world. During this capturing
of living mixed with the hot summer
process, I would converse with the subject to find
sun, white rooftops, quadbikes, Greek
out their story, which helped individulise each
salad and of course the loukoumades, we can’t
portrait even further.
forget the loukoumades, is the perfect holiday combination. My journey through Greece began with a two-
Secluded beach that overlooks the famous church from the filmMamma Mia
Dinner in Glossa at Agnanti Restaurant overlooking the town/ sunset
week art residency on the island of Skopelos. After last year’s residency on the island of Vis, Croatia, I couldn’t wait to travel back to Europe for
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I then made my way over to Paros, the island known for its fine white marble. One of the most memorable days here was when my friend and I hired a small, inexpensive boat. We had free range to travel the sea, and we did just that. We stumbled across numerous secluded beach coves, masked by intriguingly large rock formations. To our amazement, on the peaks
We then caught a ferry across to Milos, a place
of some rocks were miniature churches, which
which oozed charm, with its stunning scenery
had obviously been built many years ago. In true
and landscape. Off the boat, and straight onto
Greek style, our boat adventure was followed by
a quad bike, days were spent adventuring from
“the world’s best yiros”, as claimed by one of the
dawn to dusk.
locals. It is safe to say, it was indeed the best I had ever had.
On the first day we went to Sarakiniko, a surreal white/blue paradise. We also visited a beach
When my residency
called Tsigrado that was only accessible by a very, very steep and unstable cliff descent. The
Fishing village of Naoussa for dinner and drinks
only way down was by a handmade ladder and
Vanilla ice cream in Paros
Despite the fear for dear life, the glistening
Boat and Scooter hire
rope which made for an interesting decline. water’s edge and supremely white sand in your toes was well worth it.
concluded, I ventured south to the Island of Ikaria. Ikaria is one of the most famous Blue Zones in the world, whereby they have an
extremely high percentage of people over the
Small fishing village called Klima – must go to see the small colourful beach huts and to watch the sunset
Firiplaka – rainbow rock mountains and beach bar
Papafragas – small beach and caves used as pirate hideouts.
age of 90. We stayed in the town of Frantato, in a beautiful home on top of a mountain, owned and built by an Ikarian family that migrated to South Australia many years ago. We were lucky enough to drive around in their family car (which we nicknamed ‘Preddy’), so we could explore every inch of what this magical place had to offer.
Seychelles beach - a paradise of Aqua blue waters
Mineral Hot Springs. Beware, the steam is hot and will burn your feet
Dinner and drinks at Zuks restaurant in Kampos and a visit to his farm
Name day parties (invite only) and dinner and dancing at the Ikarian Feast Day Festival (Ikarian Panagiria)
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BIANCA & SAM
hen you walk into Sam Weckert and Bianca Shuman’s West Croydon home, you get the impression that all the
furniture has been carefully picked out to create a 70s vintage aesthetic. And in a way, it has but when asked, Bianca insists it’s because of her inner bargain hunter. “Almost everything in this house is second hand so it’s tough to shed the vintage vibe as it’s likely all from the 70s,” she laughs. “Although it wasn’t entirely intentional I wouldn’t do it differently.” The dusty pink couches (that would fit right into an on-trend interiors magazine) were picked up for $50 from Gumtree, and the same goes for all the little plant baskets and cane pieces that can be found around the house. Surprisingly, Sam has been the one to add statement pieces to the house – a great rug in the living area, two old record players and a great set of green and orange lamps. Of course, the house also includes pieces that Sam – formerly of East End Studios – has made himself including their bed as well as the tables in the house. He’s also pretty handy in other household areas as well, having put up the mini pergola in the backyard as well as sorting the garden beds. “Sam is the handyman of the century. It kills me, it’s so easy for him.” Another thing you’ll notice is the abundance of greenery around the house. When asked how it started, Bianca says it’s a mixture of gifts from her mum as well as inheriting Sam’s plants, which she’s had to (slowly) nurture back to life. “Sam loves them but they’re more my babies than his. Now I will pick up around one a week if not more. Crazy addictive stuff this plant business!” When asked what her favourite room in the house is, Bianca says it’s their light-filled bedroom. “The windows covering three of the four walls makes for some epic warm afternoon naps and easy mornings.” A sentiment that their lovable dog Frank would definitely agree with, although we’re told he much prefers the couch.
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