The new King William Road development is done and dusted! There is now ample space to enjoy the village lifestyle. Take some time for some alfresco food and wine or go for a stroll through the home and fashion boutiques.

We have put together some of our favourite King William Road locations for you to shop, eat and TREAT yourself:


Buck and Baa Button Shorts, Heyday Store, $34.00

Izipizi Reading glasses, Flourish, $50.00

Milligram Agenda Diary, Dymocks, $44.95

Pretty Brave Sandals, Hunter & Harper, $51.95

August Playsuit, Oscar and Willow, $49.95

Frankie Mag, Extra Newsagency, $10.95

Bassike Muscle Tank, Denim Iniquity, $100



50SIXONE is an assault on the senses with an incredible selection of savoury and sweet treats! Famous for their OTT Freak Shakes and all day breakfasts until 4pm.

144A King William Rd

Plant B Life

Health conscious but time poor? Let Plant B Life do the work for you with their nourishing plant based meals to takeaway. They also offer cooking experiences!

1/96 King William Rd

Nido Bar

Nido is a neighbourhood restaurant that’s all about hand-made pasta and grilled meats. They also have a delicious aperitivo bar to whet your palette.

2/160 King William Rd

Samurai Teppanyaki House

A traditional Teppanyaki dining experience, serving quality freshly cooked meals and offering large Japanese beer and Sake selections.

116 King William Rd


Not your average chicken shop! Joybird offers full dine-in table service or takeaway and an amazing wine list putting a twist on nostalgic favourites and creating new classics that are finger lickin good!

1/164 King William Rd


Swiss Wellness

Enjoy a range of natural health and beauty treatments such as facials, body massages, waxing, threading and more. Voted Best Organic Spa Experience in South Australia by Qantas Inside Traveller.

125 King William Rd

Bode Hair

Specialising in blonde, Bode are a hairdresser you can trust to do your colour! Offering cutting, styling, colour and treatments.

2/151-153 King William Rd

All-time Massage

Offering a range of massage services that include the options of a health fund rebate on remedial massage. They also offer pregnancy massages, hot stone therapy, cupping and more!

92/94 King William Rd

Medi Pedi

Combining the knowledge and skills of podiatry with the indulgent experience of beauty therapy, MediPedi is a first of its kind concept in Adelaide.

1/151 King William Rd





What better Christmas present than a $200 voucher from one of our FAVE mini labels Goldie + Ace!

Made using the softest yarns and dyes to care for young skin, all Goldie + Ace pieces are designed in Australia with a promise not to shrink, stretch, fade or pull. An obsession with ensuring each individual garment is made to perfection means Goldie + Ace’s soft, high-quality clothes are made to last.

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The holiday season is almost here, and Festive at Flinders on Saturday, 14 December is the perfect event to get the entire family into that holiday mood. The team at Flinders University has put together a program so fun-filled it’s hard to get your head around, but don’t panic, we’ve decided to give you a helping hand!

Here are our four top tips for fun at Festive at Flinders.

Start early! Whether you’re old or young at heart, there’s something special about The Grinch, and Festive at Flinders is kicking off the fun with a special screening from 3pm. There’s also be roving performers adding a spark of magic to Flinders Plaza,

Flying fox Fabrics

Get some goodies packed with goodness. Celebrate the sustainability of slow fashion and slow gifts at Flinders Christmas Markets. Do your part for the planet and support local artists and vendors by choosing gorgeous clothes and gifts that have been created with as many local products as possible.

Feed your fun. If your tummy is rumbling, Flinders Food Trucks are trundling! You’ll have the chance to nibble your way through an incredible selection of tasty treats, with plenty of healthy vegan and vegetarian options.

Get your groove on. Your eyes will sparkle, your ears will tingle and your feet will be tapping all night as Festive at Flinders lines up some amazing artists. Enjoy the fusion of ancient traditional and contemporary Aboriginal dance, song and storytelling by award-winning group Yellaka, followed by the uplifting sounds of the Tutti Arts Choir. Get up and dance to Adelaide’s premier samba bands, dancers and drummers; Jambu Loco, Sambatuka and Las Chicas Bomba. Discover why Aria-award-winning musician Peter Combe is an Adelaide favourite and absolute legend, then get ready for your jaw to drop at the incredible skills of renowned cabaret artist Ali McGregor, before the big guy in red shows up to wish everyone a merry Christmas.

Festive at Flinders is going to be an incredible event, and the perfect kick-start for an amazing holiday season. Don’t miss it, from 3pm Saturday, 14 December at Flinders Bedford Park.

Event details
3.00pm – Movie: The Grinch (2018) and roving performances
4.35pm – Yellaka
5.05pm – Acknowledgment of country
5.15pm – Tutti Arts Choir
6.00pm – Jambu Loco
6.55pm – Peter Combe
7.50pm – Ali McGregor’s JAZZAMATAZZ!
8.35pm – Father Christmas



This is easily my favourite time of year… Summer + Christmas = happiness.

I am a Christmas tragic, so I love carols (Drummer Boy is my fav), making Christmas pudding in a cloth (thank you grandma Tilley), eating Christmas pudding (with ice-cream + brandy sauce), visiting the Christmas Tree Farm, reading Christmas books to the kids and drinking Egg Nog (or Christmas milk, as the kids call it). This issue we chat to the wonderfully talented Tiff Manuell, whose art embodies this magical time of year, with bright colours and a truly happy summery vibe, we also get the low down from Rebecca Morse on what it was like letting her eldest daughter Gracie out of her sight, travelling overseas solo for the first time, plus we get the perfect Christmas day ice cream cake recipe from the talented kitchen whiz, Annabel Bower.
Enjoy your SUMMER school holidays and having the freedom to “not do anything” !
Be kind, be safe and enjoy this magical time
of the year.






Colour lover, artist, designer and mother, Tiff Manuell creates wearable art that brings a bright, happy pop into the life it lands in.
Tiff’s designs are hand-crafted and incorporate all of her passions – painting, making, sewing and, more than anything, working freely with colour with no boundaries.
The process used to create Tiff clutches ensures every piece produced is completely individual. Each paint splatter or stroke falls a different way on the canvas, creating a new effect every time. Tiff’s Adelaide studio has produced tens of thousands of these gorgeous handmade creations.

Spending a lot of their early days in the studio, both of Tiff’s daughters and husband also help out with the forever evolving brand.

Born and bred (and still remaining) in South Australia, Tiff Manuell is now an international brand, that includes the likes of London’s Tate Modern in its stockists.

We chatted to Tiff to find out more about where her journey began and how Tiff Manuell unfolded with the help of her family:

What was your first memory of being creative?

Thats is a loooong time ago! Very young, It’s actually harder to remember an age when I wasn’t doing something creative. I think I just really found it to be a natural outlet so cutting, pasting, making, drawing, anything and everything. I quite honestly remember how good painting at kindy used to make me feel.

You were the artist behind Happy House, tell us about that, was that your first business?

Happy House was my first official business. I had made and sold lots of things before that to make money on the side. I had a little range called Lime clothing that was all hand painted, then I hand made jewellery which pretty much paid for my one year of traveling around Europe.

Happy House was born when I knew I really wanted to start my own business and I didn’t want to work a regular job. I started hand painting giant sized gift tags when I was 25, when I moved to Adelaide. They started selling so quickly and after about a year of hand painting and cutting to all hours of every morning David and I decided to sell our little unit and invest the money into our first print run. Happy House grew over many years to cover many products for young girls and women and we sold in over 40 countries around the world. We licensed our artwork to wonderful companies who created product under the Happy House label, it gave us an opportunity to sell hundreds of products to such an amazing array of countries. I am super proud of that. We established a wonderful team of product designers and illustrators, we created such a beautiful brand that I think was uniquely Australian.

Have you had any business mistakes?

YES! Many! Happy House taught me many lessons……. too many to list but mainly I guess that it all got too big too quickly and we took too many risks financially, global economic climate hit and probably poor management meant we just came crashing down. They were very tough times and harsh lessons to learn but I am not regretful in anyway. What I have walked away with are lessons that I base my life happiness and balance on now.

How did Tiff Manuell unfold?

Dave my partner/ husband suggested I take a break once a week from working on Happy House and do something else creatively. I moved off the computer and started painting. I guess the reality is that I have always equally loved product design.
I made a couple of clutches from some painted canvas and added the PVC outer to protect the painting. The rest is history I guess. I gave one to my friend Anna and then also a girl walked past my studio and saw it sitting on my desk in the window, She asked if she could buy it and from there girls just started walking in and I kept painting…………

How do you help juggle work and family life? Do your daughters get involved?

I have always involved my daughters, hopefully in a fun way, they have had an opportunity to earn their own money from a young age being helpful and resourceful. My eldest daughter Indigo started sewing the first bags with me from age 13.
She understands every element of our business now. She is an integral part of our business and I think an entrepreneur in the making.
I would say it has developed both my daughters to be very resilient, passionate hardworking and respectful of opportunity.
I must admit though now I am very conscious of my time. I don’t over work and more so self preserve my energy so I don’t burn out. We open our studio a little later and close earlier to avoid traffic and see more daylight! I limit my work at home to just creative stuff in front of netflix with my girls! I only do the jobs at work I love the most and that I am relevant and productive enough at. Hence, just painting all day! I also work full-time with David my husband, we have always been a team, he is my knight in shining armour, always balancing me out, super practical about everything and a great operator.

What do you love most about your job?

Painting everyday, working with colour and creating endless colour combinations. Creating product that inspires happiness and meeting the wonderful people that are drawn to it. I LOVE my work……. it’s not work.

3 other SA female artists or designers you’re loving right now?

That is very hard because there are so many amazing SA designers, artists and makers.

Marnie Wark – artist
Naomi Murrel – designer / illustrator
Alice Potter – jewellery designer
Anna Dimond – Palas Jewellery (my bestie)

Arghhhhhhh!!!!! So many more!!!

153 Unley Rd, Unley SA 5061

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