Arriving on Kangaroo Island at the end of 2005, Tim and Tamsin Wendt only planned to have a two-year country stint – now they are bringing visitors and local producers together to showcase the best the island has to offer.
A Zambian refugee camp seems an unlikely environment to foster an art career, but for one Mount Gambier man, that is where it all began.
A group of wine industry environmentalists are turning feral olive trees removed from Fleurieu Peninsula national parks into a biochar product to boost the health of McLaren Vale vineyards.
Young would-be shearers and wool handlers are being given a head start in the industry, thanks to a state-of-the-art training centre at Jamestown.
Limestone Coast residents have banded together to repair Avenue Range from the damage of last summer’s bushfire.
The Flinders Ranges – A Brush With Art returns this weekend with events scattered across 10 locations in the ancient landscape.
After a long career in hospitality and tourism, Melanie Bassham has found a new purpose in helping her regional community.
BirdLife Australia’s biennial count of the tiny beach birds has found that the hooded plover population may be increasing.