Fleurieu Living Magazine – April 2019

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Knights Beach Pro Body Boarding Competition
Knights Beach, Port Eliot
May 24 – 26

Dine A Mile Fundraiser
Supporting the Hutt Street Centre and Food for Futures.
Eileen Hardy Room, 202 Main Road, McLaren Vale
June 1, 7pm – 11pm
Enjoy a long table table dinner on Saturday June 1 and we will bring
some of the best our region has to offer. The historic Eileen Hardy
Room will be festooned with lighting and styled for the event.
Chef Karena Armstrong from the Salopian Inn will be bringing the
mains! There will be grazing platters of fine regional produce to
start and amazing desserts from Real Food Life.
All complemented by Hardy’s Wines and local craft beers.
Check the Dine A Mile facebook page for tickets and information.

2019 Sea and Vines
McLaren Vale Region
June 8 – 10
The McLaren Vale Sea and Vines Festival has grown to become
one of the largest wine-region events in South Australia by
attendance, and is a proven popular Australian June long-weekend
destination, with 2019 attendance projected at 15,000 across the
three days. The festival’s aim is to drive the McLaren Vale ‘brand’,
and enhance profitability and sustainability of the region’s wine and
tourism businesses.

Check the internet for information and links to tickets for all of the
above events.



Goolwa Aquatic Club
April 13-14, 9am – 5pm
Aquafest is a fun day outdoors for the whole family featuring boat
racing, outboards, and hydroplanes.

Skate Art!
Yankalilla Skate Park
April 17, 1 – 8pm
Play on your scooter, skateboard or BMX, find a treasure at the
Kids Community Market and enjoy entertainment by local artists
and musicians ahead of an impressive digitally-projected interactive
art experience.
Big Easy Radio Two Year Celebration
Big Easy Radio cellar door, Aldinga
April 19, 5pm – late
Celebrating two years of good wines and good times with food,
wine and great music. The second Big Easy event will be held under
the palms on Easter Friday with music from Yatri and Sidwho. Check
Big Easy Radio on social media for ticket details.
Wooden Boat Festival
April 27 – 28
There will be boats-a-plenty, on water and land, ranging from
canoes and rowing skiffs, to traditional wooden boats large and
small. At the Goolwa Wharf Precinct you can enjoy local food, wine
and music as well as great views of all the on-water activities.
The Festival extends from the Goolwa Wharf Precinct along the
Murray River to include Armfield Slip, Goolwa Regatta Yacht Club
and Goolwa Aquatic Club. Here you can enjoy more activities
and entertainment. Families with children have a fun opportunity
to explore the festival and discover the rich culture and history of
wooden boats by following the Pirate Trail.
Face painting and other craft activities will also be on offer for the
little ones. Plus there’s boat parades led by the paddle steamers,
sailing races, demonstrations and fireworks launched from the
Hindmarsh Island Bridge.

Langhorne Creek Wine Show Tasting
Memorial Hall and Lake Breeze Wines
May 3, 10am – 5pm
Sample the best local wine indoors ahead of lunch on the lawns
by the fabulous Simon Burr of the Ol Factory Inn at Lake Breeze
Wines, where the Champion Wine and Top of the Class Awards
will be celebrated.

Langhorne Creek Wedding Trail
May 19
Experience the best the Langhorne Creek region has to offer for
your wedding or special celebration at this free event. Six premium
Langhorne Creek venues will showcase suppliers across every
area of wedding planning in a variety of wedding styles. Take the
opportunity to discover the natural beauty, peaceful seclusion and
country hospitality of the suppliers in this surprisingly accessible
region less than an hour from Adelaide.
Visit langhornecreekweddingtrail.com.au to book free tickets.

Below: Don’t miss the Langhorne Creek Wedding Trail on 19th May – a free event
that showcases six outstanding wedding venues in the region.
Free download pdf