As the sun sets on the driest part of the country, a new light emerges from the red sand. Beams of every colour dance across the desert floor and into the night sky for Parrtjima Festival, an Indigenous celebration of light and culture in the heart of Australia.
For most Barossa families, a trip to the park is one of the easiest weekend outings to execute. Whilst catching up at our picnic bench though, Seppeltsfield resident, Abbey Underwood, sees past the sunshine and scenery of the area and towards the difficulties of accessing the space for those with a disability.
You know morning cuppa’s over at the Tinkers Shed when Keith Pfeiffer goes back to work. “You’ve got two minutes to go,” Keith calls over his shoulder as he returns to the shed floor, to a chorus of laughter. Good natured banter flows easily between these Tinkers, who come from all walks of life.
Slow fashion for a sustainable future Story Slow fashion for a sustainable future words Heidi HELBIG PHOTOGRAPHY sam kroepsch >> Nicole & Tracy Draper of The Terra Collective. It’s Friday afternoon and mother-and-daughter business partners, Tracy and Nicole Draper have...
After purchasing the very butcher shop he began his profession 39 years ago, Peter Barratt’s career has come full circle. Now, with his daughter, Teagan at his side, he is delighted to share his life work and pass on his knowledge in a trade typically dominated by males.