SA LIFE - 2014 Episode 24 PART 1PART 2PART 3PART 4




Kelly Golding takes a look around one of Australia’s oldest operating cemeteries. The West Terrace Cemetery dates back to European settlement and is home to 150,000 souls. Kelly joins a semi-spooky night tour to hear past stories of murder, mystery and mayhem!

Michael Keelan takes a scratch around the suburbs in search of the humble chicken! For a while there they all seemed to disappear but we’re happy to report that the suburban chook is alive and well, and happily residing in backyards everywhere! Michael runs through some things to consider before buying a brood, and refers to further information which you’ll find in the latest issue of SAGardens Magazine.

It’s a really exciting time to be living in Adelaide at the moment, every weekend there’s another bar or café or restaurant opening up and it can be challenging to keep on top of it all.. ..There’s print media of course which is tried and true but you’ll also find foodie passion alive and well online. Callum Hann catches up with a group of food bloggers – people who love to share their thoughts and opinions on all things culinary.

Briony Hume finds a touch of luxury in the heart of the Barossa Valley at Tanunda House.
Built over a century ago, Tanunda House promises a getaway with all the attractive features of homes of that era: generous proportions, decorative iron and wide verandahs.

Inside, those grand spaces have been updated in a contemporary style, bringing luxury to the fore. The home offers five bedrooms: just the place to base yourself if you’re planning to visit the Barossa with a group of friends or family.