Breakfast with Elle Macpherson
Teaming-up with Business Chicks, iconic Australian figure Elle Macpherson is coming to Adelaide to share not only her business know-how, but also her fascinating life story.
With a career spanning over 35 years, Elle has never stopped evolving and has forged an inspiring path with her ingenuity and entrepreneurial spirit. With her diverse career, Elle is living proof that growth and evolution are always possible if you have the courage to take the leap.
Wednesday 25 September
Adelaide Convention Centre
For more details on the Breakfast with Elle Macpherson click here.
Creative Lifestyle Market (Monthly)
Held each week at Plant 4 Bowden, the Creative Lifestyle Market is a mural splashed, industrial style, street-food-infused warehouse event that celebrates all things South Australian.
The buzzing and interactive atmosphere features live music, kid zones, family activities, artists, handmade crafts, homewares, beauty, fashion and vintage stalls.
There is also an abundance of in-house eateries and street-style food stalls that provide the perfect opportunity to mingle with local creatives, support amazing local businesses and get the perfect #gram opportunity.
Sunday 29 September
Sunday 27 October
Sunday 24 November
Sunday 15 December
Plant 4 Bowden
For more details on the Creative Lifestyle Market click here.
Whole Life Expo
Bringing together yoga and meditation instructors, musicians, speakers, and wellness-lovers into a huge celebration of mindful living, the Whole Life Expo is back with its best and biggest year yet.
With a wide range of activities and stalls, there’s something for every type of health foodie, mindful Yogi, meditation music lover and spiritualists, with free meditation & chant sessions sitting alongside wholesome and raw food seminars.
Saturday 5 October
Sunday 6 October
$11.64 – $32.74
For more details on the Whole Life Expo click here.
A Day of Fashion
A Day of Fashion returns to bring together the local community and the local fashion industry in a fun, free and family friendly environment. With a reputation for a trendy, cosmopolitan retail precinct, which hosts some of Adelaide’s best fashion retailers and independent boutiques, it’s no surprise why ladies of the East buzz to The Parade. For exclusive discounts, in-store experiences including a workshop and beauty bar, plus an open-air fashion showcase of the latest trends, A Day of Fashion has something for everyone.
Saturday 12 October
The Parade, Norwood
For more details on A Day of Fashion click here.
Following the news that the Adelaide Fashion Festival was axed, the news that Vogue Festival was set to return was a relief for many. Vogue Festival announced that it will be returning to Adelaide and will offer a range of exclusive events, still to be announced. Like previous years, the inaugural festival will most likely include a range of quality runway shows from emerging and established local designers, prizes, giveaways and styling events.
Thursday 17 October
Friday 18 October
Saturday 19 October
Rundle Mall/Rundle Street
For more details the Vogue Festival click here.
SA Fashion Focus Weekend
With a love for promoting and celebrating all things South Australian, Ellery Events Australia shines light on the emerging community of SA creatives within the fashion industry for an eventful fashion-filled weekend.
Amidst the devastating news that Adelaide Fashion Festival had been cut due to funding, Katelyn Ellery, and a group of Adelaide creatives and bloggers have teamed up to bring us SA Fashion Focus Weekend.
Said to include workshops and collaborative runway events, the weekend will shine light on the next generation of creatives, to offer an interactive and supportive platform.
Friday 22 November
Saturday 23 November
Sunday 24 November
Plant 4 Bowden
For more details the SA Fashion Focus Weekend click here.
Adelaide Farmers Market (Weekly)
Whether you’re looking for freshly-picked produce, locally-made cheeses or the
finest poultry, the Farmers Market held at the showgrounds is the perfect Sunday morning destination.
The largest of its kind in South Australia, customers have access to everything from homegrown produce to preserves, pastries, cheeses, meat and bread. Much of the produce is grown locally for the market, which offers everything from organic lettuce leaves to freshly-picked apples and produce pickled, smoked or processed in our own backyards.
For more details on the Adelaide Farmers Market click here.