Living in a state that loves to party and drink as much as the Irish has its benefits. There’s plenty of fun to be had this St Patrick’s Day whether you’re of Irish kin or just making the most of Mad March.
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In a month known for its madness, it’s always refreshing to find something peaceful, beautiful and indulgent, to give us back some sanity in a truly crazy time of year. A Feast For The Senses is just that. A sensational evening in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens, put together by the talented folk over at the Botanic Gardens Restaurant.
Imagine: a family-fun weekend sampling wine, wandering through market stalls and petting horses. We couldn’t think of a more relaxing weekend… plus there’s wine, so we definitely can’t complain!
The second ever Day Dance festival at Simon Hackett Winery is shaping up to be one great day, with pre-release tickets already sold out.
For thousands of singles Valentine’s Day is just another day, but does it have to be? Why simply endure V-Day, strugglin’ through, when you can have a fabulous time just being you.
They’ve always been known for its delicious sweet treats, and now there are a number of new additions to the St Louis menu that are sure to become favourites.
Monday is bringing us the excitement of the Super Bowl LII, find out which Adelaide venues are throwing Super Bowl parties, and where to get your hands on an ice cold Budweiser.
Electra House Hotel and Level one restaurant are hosting three huge celebrations to help Adelaide celebrate (or not celebrate) Valentine’s Day, and it’s going to be epic.
One of the World’s most glamorous games, Beach Polo, is set to tear up the sands once again at Glenelg beach this Feb.
Insta-worthy vineyard The Lane are holding two events, meaning you’re sure to find something that fits your budget.
With the menu will including seasonal dishes such as Coffin Bay oysters, Spencer Gulf prawns, Moreton Bay bugs and South-East crayfish, we’re hanging out for this one.
Award-winning beer, food, live music and no work the next day? We can’t think of a better combination!
The extreme weather forecast for the coming Australia Day long weekend has forced Longview’s hand to postpone The Piece Project event planned for Sunday, January 28th.
One of our favourite three-day summer festivals will be taking place in the Adelaide Hills over the Australia Day weekend, and we’ve got the low down on where to go.
Legions of cycling fans will converge on The Parade, Norwood on Thursday 18 and Friday 19 January 2018 as they soak up the atmosphere of the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under and Norwood on Tour.
Crush Festival, South Australia’s major food and wine event for the year, returns to the Adelaide Hills in 2018.
Get excited for those summer nights, because the Bedford Noodle Markets are back this summer atPeter Lehmann Winery. Enjoy an evening with fabulous Asian food, fine wines and great live tunes under a lantern-filled sky.
In the past decade, So Frenchy So Chic has grown from a small series of concerts into one of summer’s most hotly anticipated boutique festivals. The Adelaide night will be set against a charming village-like backdrop, perfect for dancing under the stars, with top wine and French food to be enjoyed by moonlight.
Complete with SA’s best food, wine and fashion, the much-loved Unley Gourmet Gala Street Party is returning for its 18th year!