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Pivot has been the word and action for many businesses during the Covid pandemic, including for freelancers who have had to adapt and look for opportunities outside of their usual fields. The lack of opportunity to travel within Australia, has been challenging but being open to any opportunity to use your skills is key.

I have a number of projects I’m working on at the moment which will hopefully come to fruition, but it’s always good to challenge yourself and try something new.

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Kimba – Halfway Across Australia

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Kimba’s claim to fame has been that it’s ‘Halfway across Australia’ but now you’d have to add, home to stunning silo art, a clever shopping precinct, bushland walking trail, sculptures and views, a brilliant free camp and the friendliest folk to boot.

Kimba is 465 kilometres north west of Adelaide on the Eyre Peninsula and a good stopping point on the way to Ceduna or the Head of the Bight for whale watching season. 

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Adelaide City Sculptures

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Some are controversial, some are almost hidden unless you know where to find them, and others we tend to just walk past and not pay much attention to at all. These are just a few of the sculptures and stories of public art in Adelaide city.

All of these examples can be found in one spot on North Terrace, in front of the Intercontinental Hotel which stands next to the Adelaide Railway Station, and all have stories and meaning that you can find out about here:

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What’s New Adelaide?

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EOS by sky city is one of the newest and you’d have to say shiniest buildings in the Adelaide CBD, and even though when the concept plans were shown to the public, it was thought to resemble a stack of gold coins, it’s actually pretty wonderful to look at.

The building was completed in late 2020 and the gold coin stack referred to the fact that it is part of the sky city casino complex.

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MOD Museum Fan

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You had me at parachuting cats. That was enough of a weird and wonderful idea to get me to visit Mod Museum in Adelaide, a unique science and technology museum at the University of South Australia.

This incredible concept showcases how research shapes our understanding of the world and affects our future, it’s a very hands on place with plenty of interactive displays and is the only public science and creativity space in South Australia.

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Creating Your Own Illuminate Adelaide

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Don’t you hate it when your best laid plans get blown away thanks to the weather!

That’s what happened when an evening planned in Adelaide for the opening night of Illuminate Adelaide was gone with the wind. This winter festival in the city, lights up the streets, laneways and prominent buildings around town for two weeks with the opening night meant to be Friday 16th of July.

However, the wild wintry weather had other ideas and the opening night was postponed thanks to wild winds and heavy rain predicted for the Friday night.

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