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Loveon Café

September 7, 2018

Local Discoveries

Nestled in the back streets of Mile End, you will find this quaint and colourful local gem, Loveon Café. Sure to get your tongues wagging and taste buds buzzing, Loveon offers so much more than deliciously put together meals and freshly squeezed juices. Owner, Rasheed, moved to Adelaide from Bangladesh almost 15 years ago, bringing […]

Bundle + Twine

August 8, 2018

Local Discoveries

If you’re trying to think outside the (gift) box and searching for something with a personal touch for a loved one, friend, family, colleague, new arrival, or anyone else, we’ve got your answer, and you’re welcome. The Bundle Bundle and Twine are reinventing the gift-giving wheel. With hundreds of beautiful everchanging items from near and […]

A Whole Lotta History: 403 Marion Rd, Plympton

June 28, 2018

Gary J Smith

It’s 1970. The streets are filled with protestors rallying for the end of the Vietnam War, Barrie Robran is pocketing his second of three Magarey Medals, and you can snap up a house in Adelaide for less than $12,000. Gary & Jude Smith are starting Gary J Smith Real Estate. Initially their own project, they […]

The Seller Door: Cafe, Market, Events

April 30, 2018

Local Discoveries

The Pitch: Market, café, venue, community hub and launch pad for South Australian small batch producers all rolled into one; The Seller Door prides itself on showcasing the very best SA has to offer. And, from the rows of timber racks adorning the red brick feature wall inside, you can quite literally also purchase it […]

There is no Substitute for Style

April 23, 2018

Home Owners

What is professional styling? The job of a professional property stylist is to furnish your home in a way that complements its best features and creates a positive first impression on prospective buyers. We know that modern real estate has a huge online presence, where the majority of buyers look at property on screens before […]

Audrey Vintage Cafe

January 11, 2018

Local Discoveries

She’s classic, she’s graceful, she’s elegant, and she’ll be the star attraction at your next event. If everything you’ve learned, you’ve learned from the movies, you’ll know there are two things a girl should be: classy and fabulous. Audrey is the latest (slightly more mobile) venture from former owners of popular The Annex Cafe in […]

The Front Page

November 10, 2017

Local Discoveries

You wouldn’t read about it. The Front Page is open and serving their freshly brewed local delights including Kicco Coffee and Wildfire Organic Teas from 6.30am. Every. Day. Roll up and browse the all-inclusive breakfast menu with substantial offerings such as the Breakfast Burger and The Fry Up to the simple but satisfying Egg & […]

The Strand

October 3, 2017

Local Discoveries

Do not pass Go, do not collect $200, go directly to The Strand. Our suggested game plan is to check out the menu beforehand so you don’t spend 3 hours drooling over one of the most comprehensive offerings we’ve laid eyes on. Get on the board early with coffee and an affordable breakfast menu that […]

Spring is in the Air

September 13, 2017

Spring

Spring is here, Adelaide! While we wait for the weather to get the memo (let’s pray this time last year is nothing to go by), we can get prepared for what is often our busiest time of year. Many people think spring is the prime time to sell their homes. Everyone is coming out of […]

The Empty Bottle

August 28, 2017

Local Discoveries

An authentic wood oven imported from Italy, monthly live music nights and a prime location within a few steps of tram stop 8 are the key ingredients in The (not so) Empty Bottle’s recipe for success. Show me the menu Family owned and operated by the experienced Harrison crew, the coffee machine is cranked from […]

Esculent

July 14, 2017

Local Discoveries

Nestled comfortably amongst a hairdresser, florist and tattoo studio on the Main Street of Old Reynella is this absolute gem of a local café. And we use the term ‘café’ loosely… from buffalo wings and schnitty nights to succulent seafood packs and fresh salads… from house made granola to personalised catering – Esculent offers the […]

Something to Mull Over...

June 30, 2017

Winter

What could be better than cosying up to the fire and warming your insides with a glass of Adelaide Hills red? Cosying up to the fire and warming your insides with a glass of – literally warm – Adelaide Hills red, enhanced by tantalising herbs, spices and hints of citrus, perhaps? Now is the perfect […]

Winter: ‘tis the Season

June 19, 2017

Winter

Ahh, winter, ‘tis the season for comfy jumpers, hot drinks, a good book (or the footy) and a cosy fire – most of us would agree on that much, but is it also the season to put your home on the market? Before you write us off as a few peas short of a casserole, […]

Winter House Warming

June 1, 2017

Winter

The dropping autumn leaves, dark, frosty mornings and influx of this season’s winterwear emails have given us fair warning, and right on cue, winter has arrived. The smoke billowing from chimneys and sock boots on the streets suggest we are feeling the chill (and that we’ve checked our emails). Winter can certainly be a time […]

C.R.E.A.M of the Crop in Brighton

May 29, 2017

Local Discoveries

Since opening its doors in 2015, C.R.E.A.M has been making waves in the Brighton cafe scene. Whipping up breakfast, brunch and lunch 7 days, the first specialty coffee spot in the area has racked up over 300 rave reviews in its first 18 months, amid amassing a swagger of devout customers.   Coffee Living up […]

Thinking of Selling Your Home? Here are Some Things you Need to Consider

May 17, 2017

Home Owners

Just like anything else in the world, when it comes to selling your home, the more effort you put in, the better your performance. You might not have cared about a great score in your Human Sciences test in eighth grade, but when it comes to how much money you can get on your home […]

DIY Projects That Make a Big Difference

May 11, 2017

Home Owners

They say a change is as good as a holiday, well a DIY project is just as good as getting a new home, better even, as it can add a lot of value to your home. If you watch home renovation competitions like The Block or Renovation Rescue you might be inspired to completely overall […]

How to Baby-Proof Your Home

May 5, 2017

Family

Having a baby is the happiest time of your life, so it’s of the utmost importance to baby-proof your home to keep your little one safe. These strategies will help you whether you’re a first-time parent or you’re about to bring home baby number two, three, four… Babies are naturally inquisitive, they’re learning how the […]

What To Look For When Buying Your First Home

April 25, 2017

Home Buyers

Buying your first home is a big move, and is something you don’t want to rush into. It can be an emotional time, so it’s important to arm yourself with as much information as possible to help you with those tentative first steps. Many people decide they want to buy a home. They get excited […]

The Decision Between Going Solo or Having a Roommate

April 18, 2017

Renting

Peace of mind …What does that mean for you? We all have different takes on life and different takes on what peaceful living is. So when deciding if you should go solo or have a roommate, it’s important to take into account what you can personally live with, not necessarily what works for other people. […]