Archive | January 17, 2019
GT Fisher Playground aka Victor Harbor Train Park Review by Susannah Marks

GT Fisher Playground (Victor Harbor Train Park) | Playground Review

GT Fisher Playground aka Victor Harbor Train Park

*** EDITOR’S NOTE: PLAYGROUND CURRENTY CLOSED March – June 2019
Construction of the new nature playground at George T Fisher Reserve is underway – a new nature playground with all ability and inclusive play opportunities, and quirky play areas including an island with bridge access, fisherman’s shack and railway inspired […]

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Fringe In The Vines | Tomich Wines | 26 Jan 2019

[ January 26, 2019 to January 27, 2019. ]
Enjoy the Australia Day long weekend with ‘Fringe in the Vines’ at Tomich Wines
For the first time in Crush history, the hills will come alive with the sounds of Fringe and live Fringe performances and art will unfold all weekend!
Tomich Wines, long established as one of the family favourite destinations on the Crush Festival program, is […]

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Harlem Globetrotters World Tour | Adelaide | 8 Apr 2019

[ April 8, 2019; 7:30 pm; ]
Harlem Globetrotters World Tour 2019
The Original Harlem Globetrotters are globally known for their amazing feats on the basketball court, incredible humour, generous acts of goodwill and providing endless entertainment for their adoring fans, and this tour is no different!
Following their hugely successful tour of Australia in 2018, NBL Owner and Executive Director Larry Kestelman said […]

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outside light

Outside Light | Adelaide Fringe | Hindmarsh | 15 Feb – 17 Mar 2019

Outside Light
Poet and film-maker Mark Niehus takes his writing from the page to the street in ‘Outside Light’ for the 2019 Adelaide Fringe.
This mesmerising street projection showcases a series of projected original short films, transforming a large building facade into a captivating visual canvas that can be viewed nightly, after dark and continuously looped until […]

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