On your bike! Sipping and Peddling around the McLaren Vale Wine Region

On your bike! Sipping and Peddling around the McLaren Vale Wine Region Who seriously doesn’t love a wine tour. I’m an absolute sucker for one- not just because of the wine, but for the scenery, the company and for the platters filled with cheese. One of my favourite regions to tour around is McLaren Vale–… Read more »

It’s Fringe Time! My list of shows to visit in the Garden Of Unearthly Delights

  Fringe time is one of the best times to be in Adelaide. The streets are bustling. There’s one hell of a good vibe and the East end of the city is filled to the brim with character, laughs and splashes of colour. My favourite place to be during the Fringe is in the Garden… Read more »

Nepenthe Winery

Looking for a picturesque winery in the heart of the Adelaide Hills, with top notch wines and DIY platter options? Well you need to get yourself to Nepenthe Wines.   This beautiful little cellar door is nestled between the vineyards in Balhannah- only a short drive from the popular tourist town Hahndorf. The cellar door… Read more »

A Foodies Guide to the Willunga Farmers Market

A foodies guide to the Willunga Farmers Market Looking for the freshest Fleurieu produce, good coffee, a buzzing atmosphere and cute dogs galore? Then you need to visit the Willunga Farmers Market. Only a 40 minute drive from Adelaide, the Willunga Farmers Market is held every Saturday- rain, hail or shine, and stocks the best… Read more »

Getting Lost In: Beachport, South Australia

Beachport If you love white sandy beaches, kicking up the heels and view that will take your breath away, then you need to get acquainted with Beachport in South Australia. About 385kms out of Adelaide, or around 6 hours from Melbourne, this seaside town is quaint and full of charm. We are firm lovers of… Read more »

12 of my favourite things to do in Hahndorf

12 of my favourite things to do in Hahndorf Have you ever been to Hahndorf? If you haven’t then you need to go. Some people think it can be a little bit cheesy but I think its packed full of charm, history and good looks. Growing up my parents owned a fairy shop in the… Read more »

Gin & Tonic Iceblocks

Gin and Tonic Iceblocks   Warm weather and a love for gin calls for one thing- Gin and Tonic Iceblocks. They’re super easy to make and the recipe can be varied- what’s not to love? Make these babies the night before a hot day and you will be everyone’s best friend (or worst friend if… Read more »

25 things to do in and around Noosa

25 things to do in and around Noosa A recent trip to Noosa had me madly scrolling through google looking for the best things to see and do. After realising 7 nights was no where near enough time to pack it all in (apparently 15 cafes for brunch in 7 days is a bit of … Read more »

Good Day Co

If you are in the burbs are looking for a damn good coffee, then you need to get acquainted with the Good Day Co. Tucked away in the industrial estate in Somerton Park, the Good Day Co is a café, awesome little hangout and a shoe lovers heaven all combined into one. After owners Amy and… Read more »

Pulled Pork Burrito Bowls

Super easy Pulled Pork Burrito Bowls There’s nothing I love more than a really easy dinner (lies, I also love dogs, wine and chocolate). Seriously though, there’s nothing better than coming home from work and whipping up a dinner that takes less than 10 minutes and makes minimal mess. These burrito bowls are super easy… Read more »

  • Eat, Drink and Shop your way around Old Coach Road, Aldinga

    If you are looking for someone where to have a good brew, a big breakfast, healthy treats, the best sourdough known to man or even pick up some awesome threads , then you need to get down to Old Coach Road at Aldinga. Yes, it may be a bit of a construction zone and the… Read more »

  • Artwine Estate

    I’ve officially found a winery in the hills that I have fallen head-over-heels in love with. I can’t put my finger on exactly what it is. Maybe it’s because I enjoyed every wine on their tasting list, their beautiful views, airy cellar door or their resident wine dog Coco who I LOVED (more than he… Read more »

  • Gluten Free Pasta and Meatballs

    Gluten Free Pasta + Meatballs I’ve recently been put on a Gluten Free diet, which for me is terrifying because let’s face it, gluten is my life. But when I saw San Remo’s Pulse Pasta online, I thought I would give it a crack (I am forever searching for food that doesn’t taste like cardboard)…. Read more »

  • Ellen Street Restaurant at Maxwell Wines

    Incredible service, food that looks too good to eat (even though we devoured it) and wines you’ll fall in love with. You’ve found Maxwell Wines and their Ellen Street Restaurant. A few months ago a few girlfriends and I went to Maxwell Wines as a part of a Trailhopper wine tour (a new hop on, hop… Read more »

  • The Seller Door

    Beetroot hot chocolates, raw treats and the best in South Australian produce. Say hello to The Seller Door. On busy Jetty Road at Brighton, The Seller Door is a hub for all things local produce, healthy (and a little bit naughty), platters and smoothie bowls. The space is bright and open, with the walls lined… Read more »

  • Seafaring Fools

    Corner store vibes, a bold brunch list and some of the best coffee in the land. Say Ahoy to Seafaring Fools. With the same owner as the original hole in the wall at Grenfell Street (with the addition of 2 more lads), Seafaring Fools is Glenelg South’s newest café. Donning the happiest doors you’ve ever… Read more »

  • Pike & Joyce

    Breath taking views, cracking platters and white, white wine. You’ve found yourself at Pike & Joyce. In the heart of Lenswood in the Adelaide Hills, Pike and Joyce is a big and beautiful cellar door, with panoramic views of the vineyards and rolling hills. There’s a huge outdoor area with lush lawns and plenty of… Read more »

  • Seriously Good Grub at Mullygrub, McLaren Vale

    If you’ve been to a Fork on the Road, or are from the Fleurieu Peninsula, there’s no doubt you’ve probably heard of the Mullygrub truck. This bright and delicious food truck run by father and son duo has clamped down the wheels for a while (and got more of the family involved) and set up… Read more »

  • Eating and drinking through the Vale with Trailhopper Wine Tours

    Looking to go on a wine tour, where you don’t have to hustle a heap of mates together to fill a bus or be really limited to the wineries you can visit? Then you need to check out Trailhopper. Trailhopper started operating in 2016, and since then it has taken off in leaps and bounds…. Read more »

  • 15 of our favourite SA Craft Beers

    It may not be the warmest at the moment in little old Adelaide, but that doesn’t stop us from sinking a few bevvies to keep us toasty (because any weather is beer weather, right?). We have so many awesome breweries popping up in South Australia, pouring everything from Red Ales to Chocolatey Stouts. If you’re… Read more »

  • Ekhidna Wines

    After lunch with a view of the vineyards, dining at its finest and wines that will find you polishing off a bottle oh-so-easily? Get out the GPS and pop in Ekhidna Wines.   We’ve been to this cellar door and restaurant many a time when it was in its old home on Foggo Road- and boy… Read more »

  • Getting Lost In: Amsterdam

    Amsterdam   Home to beautiful canals, flowers galore and the most delicious little waffles that will ever grace your lips. A few years ago now, my fiance and I spent three nights in Amsterdam (no where near enough time in my opinion) and we had an absolute blast. We based ourselves in an Airbnb, about… Read more »