The arrival of the coveted Nutella Eggpressos for Easter has us knocking off early, and ditching the diets, so we can indulge...
Fire pits, pizza, live music, gin, cocktails, and even stuff for the kids, Heaps Good Friday is just what you need to...
No, you’re not dreaming. Creme Egg Cronuts actually exist!
Spring Loaded Festival, a national alternative festival that begins in May and runs through November, is hitting Adelaide on Saturday, June 26.
Port Broughton’s Feast on the Foreshore is coming up soon, bringing you local food and live music on April 2.
The festival represents multicultural SA food, with more than 18 nation’s cuisines and cultures represented in a variety of programs.
Hahndorf’s hottest new wine festival, will have an array of unique activities, Sidewood Wines, and tunes from the Fresh 92.7 crew.
Lucid Music Festival will have a line-up of seven DJs, copious drinks, and an oceanfront location.
Weber Gill Academy is hosting a three-hour course to teach the vegetarians, vegans, and flexitarians of the world how to cook up...
Celebrate this beautiful and versatile grape throughout May with the inaugural Chardonnay May Festival.
The Clare Valley Gourmet festival has changed from a weekend event, to a week-long celebration encompassing two weekends!
The festival, which will take place at the Thebarton Community Centre, will have Japanese music, performances, crafts, food, and martial arts.
The Salisbury food truck carnival has dozens of food trucks, acoustic bands, a fully licenced bar and amusement park rides.
Hosted by winery Pindarie, the food, wine and sunset-focused event is having its last session of the season on March 19.
Kalleske Wines will serve up its own wine, local craft beers, coffee, and ice cream while you listen to acoustic sounds and...
Much-loved café the Banksia Tree is hosting a three-course brunch with rich flavours and unlimited mimosas.
TAFE SA’s free conference, called “Women ROCK-IT,” will prepare women to forge careers in information technology, a male-dominated industry.
This weekend animal lovers can adopt cats and kittens from RSPCA South Australia’s first-ever pop-up cat adoption store at Harbour Town.
The official lineup features Jimmy Barnes, Hoodoo Gurus, Jon Stevens, Diesel, Vika and Linda Bull, and Chris Cheney.
Ever wanted to bring your dog to the pub? Well, now you can, with Pups and Pizza in Pubs.