KickStart For Kids Against Period Poverty
KickStart For Kids has launched a new program, KickStart For Kids Against Period Poverty. It aims to raise awareness, support, and funds for South Australian girls experiencing period poverty.
Taking on the fight against period poverty, KickStart For Kids will be dispensing free menstrual hygiene products to over 350 South Australian schools […]
KickStart For Kids Against Period Poverty
Still Point of a Turning World at DreamBIG Children’s Festival – Review
This interactive performance invites you to explore a patchwork of experiences, which will inspire you to question who you are and how you affect the world around you.
by Carla Caruso
I’m always up for new experiences. And going to a show, where attendees are at […]
Dental Checkups for Children with SA Dental
Did you know that tooth decay is the nation’s most common health problem – five times more common than asthma?
Children with poor oral health are more likely to experience pain, miss days from school and perform poorly in the classroom. Untreated tooth decay can lead to problems with speaking, […]
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Supermoon and Total Lunar Eclipse Blood Moon
On Wednesday 26 May 2021, Australia will get a big surprise with a super flower moon and total lunar eclipse blood moon visible from most of the country.
If you missed the April pink super moon, don’t worry because this is set to […]
[ May 9, 2021; ]
Mother’s Day – Sunday 9 May 2021
Mother’s Day gift ideas and family-friendly activities to show Mum how much you care.
Mums work really hard, lose a lot of sleep and we think Mums everywhere are special and deserve some extra love and attention on Mother’s Day to show how much they are loved and appreciated.
If you […]
[ May 28, 2021 to June 1, 2021. ]
More Great State Vouchers for South Australia
Get ready for more Great State Vouchers coming our way in May.
There will be $50 and $100 accommodation vouchers up for grabs again in late May. It will work like previous rounds for accommodation, with $50 off participating accommodation providers in regional SA and suburban Adelaide, and $100 off […]
A Trip to See ‘Lochie’ the new Loch-Eel Monster at Lochiel | Review
The tiny town of Lochiel – 125km north of Adelaide – has a new Loch Ness monster, dubbed “Lochie”. And it lives on our state’s most popular pink lake, Lake Bumbunga.
by Carla Caruso
Meet “Lochie” – the cousin of the old Loch-Eel loch ness […]
Third round of Great State Vouchers set to be released in April 2021 for tours and experiences in South Australia
The South Australian Tourism Commission (SATC) is set to release a third round of Great State Vouchers to be used for tours and experiences around South Australia. The vouchers will vary from $50, $100 and $200 […]
Half-price flights for interstate travel in Australia
As part of a $1.2 billion dollar tourism package, the Federal Government will make around 800,000 airline tickets available to Australians at half-price. The incentive is designed to encourage Australians to travel interstate for holidays.
Thirteen destinations around Australia have been included as part of the package, including Kangaroo Island, […]
Your Guide to Buying a Car in Adelaide
If “old reliable” is struggling to start, leaking oil, and making squeaks you aren’t comfortable with then perhaps you’re in the market for a new car. But where do you start? We’ve put together a guide with help from Managing Director of Adelaide’s Savvy, Bill Tsouvalas.
Should you buy […]
Why is STEM integral to your child’s education?
STEM has gained importance in the education sector over the past few years. Educators understand the value of STEM and its positive impact on learning. However, as parents it can be hard to find a clear understanding of what STEM is, how it works in the classroom and […]
Play It On – Supporting South Australian Families
Do you have unwanted sports gear lying around your house? Rather than throw it away, you can donate it all to Play it On so they can provide funding to assist children from families that are financially challenged, to participate in their chosen sport.
Donate your slightly used and […]
Free sanitary items to be made available in South Australian Schools
Sanitary products will be available for female students who need them in all South Australian public schools from 2021.
A grant will be provided to each public school based on the number of female enrolments in Year 5 and above, to ensure that access to sanitary […]
Where to Donate Your Child’s Old Footy & Soccer Boots in Adelaide
It’s the time of the year when footy and soccer season is starting, and maybe you have just realised your kids have grown out of last year’s boots. Before buying new boots, consider visiting Treasure Boxes first.
When poverty, homelessness and domestic violence create an […]
New Mobi-Chair Available at Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club
The Semaphore Surf Life Saving Club is committed to making Semaphore beach accessible for everyone and now offers a mobi-chair for anyone requiring wheelchair access.
The mobi-chair is available during Patrol hours between 12 – 6pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
Please call 0414 451 849 to arrange a booking and […]
[ December 31, 2020; ]
New Year’s Eve in Adelaide – Your Guide to Family Friendly New Year Celebrations
New Year’s Eve – Thursday 31 December 2020
After a year like no other, we all deserve to celebrate the beginning of a brand new year with our friends and family, grateful for surviving the testing times we have all had to endure […]
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra launches the Miriam Hyde Circle
Adelaide Symphony Orchestra Board Chair Kate Gould has announced the launch of The Miriam Hyde Circle, an exciting new ASO initiative, committed to greater representation of female composers – past, present and future – on the stage.
South Australian, Miriam Hyde AO OBE (1913-2005) was one of Australia’s foremost […]
COVID-19 Restrictions to ease in South Australia from 14 December 2020
COVID-19 restrictions in South Australia are set to ease from Monday 14 December allowing play cafes to reopen and increased numbers of people at home gatherings, private gatherings, funerals and weddings. The use of QR codes will also be extended to retail.
Restrictions Easing from […]
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Where to buy fresh Christmas Trees in Adelaide from Make-A-Wish Australia
Make-A-Wish Australia Adelaide Branch are selling fresh, real Christmas trees during December in 2020.
There is something special about having a real Christmas tree in your living room. You can buy your tree this year at weekend pop-up locations in Norwood, Glenelg and Malvern.
Make-A-Wish creates life-changing […]
Reverse Advent Calendar
Christmas is about joy and hope, so why not bring a little joy and hope to people in need every day until Christmas with our Reverse Advent Calendar.
COVID-19 has created great need across our society, so if you can contribute, only even in a small way, your assistance will help support worthwhile charities […]
Weekend Family Staycation in the City of Adelaide, South Australia
Choose your own adventure in the heart of Adelaide, encompassing everything from fun shops to trendy laneways and historic hotels.
by Carla Caruso
The idea of staying the night in our very own city – and exploring it from ‘the inside’ – has always appealed.
So, when the State […]
COVID-19 Update 30 November 2020 – Changes to Restrictions in South Australia
As of 12.01am Tuesday 1 December 2020, there will be further changes to COVID-19 restrictions in South Australia. This includes changes to density requirements, gathering provisions, requirements for fixed seating venues, the COVID-Safe check-in and mask requirements for health services.
Indoor Place (other than […]
Australia’s First 100% Recycled and Recyclable Cardboard Bread Tags
Tip Top is the first in Australia to move to 100 per cent recyclable bread tags made from 100 per cent recycled cardboard. Launching in South Australia, the cardboard bread tags will be rolled out across Australia soon.
The new bread tags will launch on South Australian shelves […]
Further Easing of COVID-19 Restrictions in South Australia from 1 December 2020
COVID-19 restrictions in South Australian will ease from Tuesday 1 December 2020. This includes a lifting of border restrictions with Victoria, gatherings of over 1000 people will require a COVID safe plan and masks will be required where social distancing cannot be maintained.
Border restrictions […]
Gratitude Jar – Mindfulness Activity for Kids
This gratitude jar is a great mindfulness activity to get kids practising gratitude daily. It’s easy to get caught up in feeling like we’ve not got enough, instead of focusing on what we do have and what we’re thankful for. Take a look at these simple instructions and […]
Advice from SA Health on how to prepare your child for a COVID-19 test.
It’s a daunting thought for many who are yet to undergo a COVID-19 test for the first time, yet children understandably can have a higher level of anxiety and are likely to have lots of questions for their parents.
No matter your […]
South Australian COVID-19 Restrictions from 22 November 2020
Following a brief lockdown period in South Australia, COVID-19 restrictions have eased and are expected to ease further from 1 December 2020.
Current Restrictions from 22 November 2020L
Gyms and indoor fitness can resume | 1 person per 4sqm
Community sport fixtures and training temporarily cancelled. Applies to indoor and outdoor […]
South Australian COVID-19 Restrictions to Ease in South Australia
COVID-19 lockdown restrictions in South Australia will be lifted as early as Friday 20 November 2020 with exercise outside the family home permitted. Additional restrictions will be eased from 12.01am Sunday 22 November. Schools will reopen on Monday 23 November 2020.
As of 12pm today, Friday 20 […]
South Australia to be Locked Down due to COVID-19 Outbreak
*Updated 20 November 2020. South Australia will be locked down from 12:01 am Thursday, 19 November 2020 until 12:01 am on Wednesday 25 November 2020. All people in South Australia will be required to Stay at Home for the entire period.
From 12.01am, Thursday 19 November 2020 […]
New COVID-19 Restrictions in South Australia from 17 November 2020
Due to the new covid cluster with 17 cases, these NEW RESTRICTIONS will come into place from 12.01am, 17 November for the next 2 weeks:
Gyms, recreation centres, trampoline and play cafes will close.
Swimming is permitted for fitness or rehabilitation purposes at swimming pools used by the […]
OTR supports human beans – an innovative social and environmental project to use grounds for good
OTR has joined the world-first trial for an innovative project which will redirect its coffee waste away from landfill towards supporting South Australians in need, whilst reducing its environmental impact.
The Human BeansTM – Grounds For Good trial project is a […]
Flowers and Leaves Craft for Kids
Use nature as your inspiration with this sweet and simple craft. Kids can have plenty of fun recreating a self-portrait (or portraits of their friends) using flowers and leaves from the garden.
Collect your materials on a walk through the forest or simply gather what you can find in your own […]
Give a meaningful gift this Christmas and change someone’s life
Giving gifts this Christmas can make a real and lasting difference to the lives of people who live locally or around the world and also bring joy. We’ve put together a list of reputable organisations that offer support to people in need in varied ways that […]
2021 Santos Tour Down Under Cancelled
The 2021 Santos Tour Down Under (TDU) has been cancelled due to COVID-19 with a smaller domestic cycling festival to take its place in January 2021. Event organisers considered the possibility of delivering a safe and responsible event, however, the issues and complexities surrounding quarantining of international teams were considered […]
Find out where you can pick your own strawberries around Adelaide, or buy them direct from the farm.
Strawberry season is usually around late October to April/May depending on the season. There are some fabulous strawberry farms around Adelaide that are not too far to drive, and you’ll be rewarded with the sweetest and freshest fruit. […]
City of Onkaparinga Council Libraries
If you live in or near the City of Onkaparinga you can easily access any of the six council libraries at Aberfoyle Park (Hub), Aldinga, Noarlunga, Seaford, Willunga and Woodcroft. These council libraries have a great range of books, toys and games available and a great mix of clubs and programs […]
A letter to the Year 12 students graduating in 2020
Dear Class of 2020
As you finish school after 13 years, there is one thing that is certain – 2020 sucked big time.
You may have missed out on school trips; hanging out with friends during school holidays; special days that have been tradition for all other years; […]
New Royal outfits for the Queen & Princess revealed
This year’s National Pharmacies Christmas Pageant will feature new Royal outfits for the pageant Queen and Princess.
The Pageant Royal Family has played a pivotal role in Pageant history since the 1940’s. With the Pageant Queen first introduced following World War 2 to raise money, the role has […]
Get the FREE LEGO® Life Magazine
If your child is between the ages of 5 and 9 you can get them a FREE subscription to the LEGO® Life Magazine. The magazine is delivered directly to your home four times a year. Even shipping is free!
Parents can sign up for their child’s free subscription via the LEGO® […]
The Parks Library
The Parks Library is a visually stunning library which also acts as a community hub for locals who are appreciative of its unique history. The library features a spacious, airy interior, beautiful courtyard area, children’s area, makerspace, media room and a changing places toilet and change table.
The library is considered a special place […]