The Royal Adelaide Show will run from August 30 to September 8 and is jam packed with things to do, see, eat, drink, experience and enjoy.
Occasionally rude, always funny and unexpectedly profound, Brontide can be purchased from all good booksellers.
Illustrated by Mel Matthews, the book takes curious kids and inquisitive adults on a journey through the night sky, where they can explore the solar system, find out why the sky is blue, fly around a black hole and learn why Jupiter has stripes.
The Down By The River program launch takes place at Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute on 27 July at 2pm, as part of Umbrella: Winter City Sounds.
Magill author R Max Tillsley is set to launch his debut children’s novel The Steele Trap this weekend at Hutt Street creative co-working space Vault 134.
A stalwart of iconic Rundle Street’s nightlife, Distill Adelaide has just had a fabulous refresh, reboot and rebrand, and is still hosting the classiest party in town.
The much-loved festival also generated a record $95.1 million in gross economic expenditure for South Australia, including $36.6 million in visitor spending – up 24 per cent.
The striking poster design has been created by Adelaide-based multi-disciplinary artist Dave Court, who recently completed Adelaide’s largest street art mural in collaboration with Music SA.
Featuring all the characters from the popular TV series, SeaStar Rock will have kids singing, dancing and playing games as they navigate the sustainability of our oceans.
Stopping for a drink and dance to a live band at each watering hole, this curated mini-festival was created to highlight the often-underrated pub scene and provide punters with a unique and new way of experiencing live music.