This is one of my all time favourite markets, with more than 80 stalls and a huge variety amongst them. As the name suggests, it’s situated right next to the Goolwa wharf, in a green park with paths throughout that make it easy to wander through. The market is held on the first and third Sunday of the month from 9am to 3pm, with the next market this Sunday the 16th of February. Goolwa is a popular day trip from Adelaide and the weather is usually a little milder than the city. If the temperature is expected to be hot in Adelaide, then you can cool off by a few degrees in Goolwa.
This boat house style café is an institution in Goolwa South Australia and is perfectly situated on the Wharf overlooking the Murray River and the bridge to Hindmarsh Island. It’s open from 9am to 4.30pm, every day so whether you’re in the mood for a morning coffee, a hearty breakfast or slow lunch, this is one place that must be on the list of places to see when you’re travelling on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
A travelling light show is making its way around coastal regions in South Australia, connecting communities through a massive light show which is being projected onto everything from silos to sheds, town halls, a lighthouse and even a ship. The projected images are a mixture of animation, art, storytelling and photography and it’s designed to be flexible so that it can shown on various shaped and sized buildings.