Fleurieu Living Magazine

Fortune of the Fleurieu

The region’s seasonal swing and bustle soon returns to normal levels as school goes back and real life demands attention post-silly season. Returning to the tranquillity of what is once again ‘my’ beach, I reflect on the wealth that is The Fleurieu and its community.

This article is Part two in a series exploring the four states of being in

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