Enjoy the last weekend before winter.
1. LAND OF THE LONG LUNCH | Across Clare Valley | MAY 27–28
To mark the end of Clare Valley Gourmet Week, indulge in an unrivalled afternoon of fabulous food and world-class wine during Land of the Long Lunch. Tables upon tables will be set across the Valley as chefs and their teams prepare feasts for the masses. The hardest part will be picking which long lunch to treat your senses to: Skillogalee’s Wine and Swine, Slate’s South-East Asian themed long lunch or maybe Ragu & Co’s long-table celebration of the best Italian food in the heart of the Clare Valley.
2. ROUND SHE GOES | Goodwood Community Centre | MAY 28
The time has come around again! Browse some 50 handpicked pre-loved fashion stallholders who will pack Goodwood Community Centre for the Round She Goes market. From vintage and retro pieces to handmade jewellery, the all-day event features unique wardrobe finds from the 1940s onwards.
3. A WALK CAN WORK WONDERS | West Beach | MAY 28
Grab a friend and enjoy a leisurely walk before winter well and truly hits. Held by Walking SA, wander West Beach along the Adelaide100 trail in this event to mark the beginning of Reconciliation Week. Join Ngarrendjeri/Kaurna Elder Uncle Moogy Sumner to Walk for Reconciliation and be a Voice for our Generation. Uncle Moogy will start the event with a Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremony at Harold and Cynthia Anderson Reserve.
4. WINTER WHALE FEST | Various locations across Victor Harbor | FROM MAY 28
With winter upon us, there’s no better time to witness majestic marine mammals in their natural habitat than during Winter Whale Fest. There are more than 25 events held during the month-long festival which celebrates the arrival of the Southern Right Whales on the Fleurieu Peninsula. Learn how to whale-spot, unwind during an ocean sound bath or admire work in water-themed art exhibitions.
5. ADELAIDE CABARET FRINGE FESTIVAL | Various locations across Adelaide| UNTIL JUNE 4
Life might be a cabaret, but so is Adelaide at this time of year. Starting this week, annual open-access arts event the Cabaret Fringe Festival is back to entertain audiences with performances ranging from comedy and burlesque to political satire and music. Every ticket sold supports independent artists and metropolitan venues during winter in South Australia.