Aunty Megs Kitchen promises to give guests an incredibly immersive experience through authentic Indian-South African dishes.
Back for its second year, Illuminate Adelaide is a month-long showcase of light and sound from local and international artists.
The free flu vaccination program organised by the SA government ends on 30 June with flu shots available from pharmacies and GPs across the state.
THRILLER: A searing, dark and dangerous thriller from an exciting new voice.
Village Grounds Café at Alberton has been crowned the winner of the 2022 Kids In Adelaide “Best Babyccino” Competition.
Radio Adelaide will celebrate its 50th birthday on Tuesday 28 June at The Gov. Entry is free and doors open to the public at 8:30pm.
The bright, open salon now calls Jetty Road home and with its large, wrap-around deck and communal colouring space, it's the hottest new spot in The Bay.
Presented by Adelaide Festival CentreReviewed 24 June 2022 Step into the life of late great Australian artist, dancer, and bohemian spirit, Vali Myers and experience life lead differently, from sleeping on the streets with refugees and delinquents in post-war Paris, to the luscious rolling valleys of Southern Italy – and all the spaces in-between. Explore […]
The creative brand name, FLDT, was chosen as an acronym for FoLD iT, as it epitomises the ethos of the business.
Wayville and Playford are among the mass COVID clinics that are set to close this month with nurses being relocated back on the frontline.
An epic night of bottomless dumplings and wine from Shaw and Smith Wines is coming to Sunnyside on Friday 8 July.
The Goodwood gem announced that the first stop on this year's feed-me travel series will be Peru, aptly named Pachamama.
Located on the busy Parade in Norwood, Cue Br offers live music every Thursday and Sunday night that is free and always fun.
Two winners will walk away with a grand prize of a $1.1M home or $1M cash with all proceeds going to MS research in SA.
The winners of the 2022 SA Media Awards have been announced, after an unveiled at a cocktail event in Adelaide on Saturday, June 25.
Created by artist Sundari Carmody, the newest addition to North Terrace is one of several public art commissions for the district.
The playground, which took around five months to complete is designed to look like a pirate ship to fit with its beachside location.
The Currant Shed now boasts a 5-star rating and 1,000 reviews from previous guests – 900 of which are 5-star reviews.
50 years later that musical milestone is celebrated in a fabulous night that will surely be one to remember.
The renowned Salvador Dalí exhibition will see three new additions, now that the 'Triumphant Elephant' and ‘Dance of Time II’ sculptures are on loan.