The Garden of Unearthly Delights threw open its doors for 2020, with guests getting a sneak peek of the performances to come.
Guests toasted to a decade of Cellar Door Fests at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The event featured 170 wineries, breweries, distilleries and food producers from across 15 South Australian regions.
About 200 guests attended the Adelaide Writers’ Week program launch at the State Library of South Australia.
Attendees gathered in Unley where food stalls and entertainers took over streets for the 20th annual Gourmet Gala.
Guests attended a lunch with British tennis coach Judy Murray to celebrate the inaugural Women’s Sport Season.
Ryderwear held a preview for its fitness app, Pushh, which is set to be launched next month, with a bootcamp at Plant 4 Bowden.
The Graham F Smith Peace Foundation celebrated 30 years of working for peace through the arts at its annual gala dinner and peace award, held at the Adelaide Festival Centre.
More than 150 people attended the annual the Australian Hotel Association of South Australia’s Women in Hotels Christmas fundraiser held at Sparkke at Whitmore.
William Buck SA hosted a women’s networking event with cheese making and panel discussion at SAHMRI.
Guests attended Adelaide Central Market to celebrate the launch of Real Falafel’s new space.
Guests attended the launch of Latino-inspired restaurant La Taberna Bar and Kitchen on Rundle Street.
Over 100 people gathered to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Leaders Institute of South Australia’s Governor’s Leadership Foundation at Government House. The attendees included founding members and some of the 670 alumni who had completed the program.
More than 200 guests helped to kick off the 2019 AAMI Spring Carnival at Morphettville Racecourse.
Guests attended a preview of the State Theatre Company’s 2020 season, ahead of the company’s official season drop on October 10, at executive director Jodi Glass’s home.