Donaldson Wals Lawyers and Rotary Club of Adelaide Edge are holding their annual Duck Race. The race is held annually to support the Animal Welfare League.
Delight your senses with a smorgasbord of events and activities during Tastes of the Outback 2010. Each April, the Flinders Ranges and Outback provides the stunning backdrop for 10 days of festivities.
IKEA is giving local food producers and boutique businesses the chance to share in its 4th birthday celebrations by hosting a Farmers Market on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 April.
If you like to spend your weekends strolling around a market, then this is going to be the weekend for you! With three markets happening this weekend there is something for everyone.
This weekend there is a great event on at the Wayville Showgrounds that is sure to entertain adults and kids alike. What started out as 3 days of horse competitions now has heaps of FREE rides, games, activities and demonstrations for children under 15 years, adults pay $12 each.
Head along to Henley & Grange Memorial Oval this Sunday the 11th April for a day of family fun and community events.
IKEA Adelaide have just released their Bedrooms catalogue, filled with inspiring and wonderful ideas to refresh or redesign your bedroom. If you didn’t receive it in the mail you can grab one in store.
For the first time ever, Dorothy will have her own plane to travel around the world in search of the perfect rose!
New to Australia, ‘Animal Hands’ and ‘Monster Hands’ are temporary tattoos for your hands.
The Stratco SAFM Skyshow will set the night skies ablaze this Saturday Night as part of the Clipsal 500 Adelaide, with a stunning display of fireworks for thousands of onlookers.
There is talk about town amongst funky shop owners and groovy designers, from Pt Elliot to Croydon I keep hearing about the Bowerbird Bazaar … and now I can see what the fuss is all about.
2010 marks the 20th Anniversary of Clean Up Australia Day and we hope to encourage and inspire thousands of Australians to take to their local park, beach, bushland and streets and really help make a difference.
A national survey conducted in support of International Women’s Day on 8th March 2010 reveals that one in two Australian women believe their mum was the most influential person in their lives growing up, and when they start careers and have families, one in five still view their mums as a key influence in day to day decisions.
Health Minister, John Hill, has launched a new aero-medical retrieval service to get emergency teams out to critically injured and sick children and newborns faster than ever before.
Working with South Australian agency The Kingdom, the Jetty Road Main Street Board are undertaking a campaign to market the location as a hub for shopping, entertainment and relaxation for both South Australian’s and tourists alike.