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SALA Artist – Hayley Kroschel

SALA artist Hayley Kroschel will be showcasing her bold artwork at Perchalla & Turner Travel Associates on KWR throughout August. Hayley’s acrylic exhibition is inspired by spirituality is designed to bring an atmosphere of life and positivity.

Find out more...
SALA

SALA Artist – Elisabeth Howlett

Introducing Elisabeth Howlett’s elegant art exhibition for South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival at The Ark on King William Road. We are thrilled to showcase Elisabeth’s oil canvas floral works on KWR during August, which reflect a painterly but modern style.

 

Find out more...
SALA

SALA Artist – Gavin Wanganeen

Indigenous artist Gavin Wanganeen, descendent of the Kokatha people of the Western Desert in South Australia, is participating in SALA Festival on KWR. Throughout August, his incredible contemporary Indigenous art exhibition is showcasing at Fox Gordon on King William Road.

Find out more...

SALA Artist – Alysha Sparks

SALA artist Alysha Sparks has her vibrant native artwork  display at The Abbey, Toop&Toop on KWR for the month of August. The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a state-wide festival of Visual Art. We are excited to feature Alysha on King William Road with her collection ‘Native’.

Find out more...

Take a cruise with Phil Hoffmann Travel

Leave all your cares and concerns behind as you cruise Europe’s waterways in 2019. APT offers luxury and all-inclusive river cruising along the Rhine, Main, Danube, Moselle, Seine, Douro, Rhône and Garonne River and take a cruise with Phil Hoffmann Travel.

Find out more...
The Edit

THE EDIT ON KING WILIAM ROAD

After ten years of success operating as Fresh Hair & Body, South Australia now welcomes a game changer to the market with the introduction of The Edit: Hair Face Body.

The Edit, is the first salon of its type to open in South Australia on such a large scale, across multiple locations, offering a wide range of services for hair and makeup needs, through to skin treatments, cosmetic injectables and laser hair removal.

Find out more...
Coffee Stops on King William Road

Coffee stops on King William Road

We are simply spoilt for choice when it comes to coffee stop on King William Road. But, everyone knows that there is coffee, and then there is good coffee

By Blackbird and Hustle Coffee Co both strongly believe the secret to creating that perfect cup of coffee, each and every time, is within the coffee bean. It’s no coincidence that both King William Road cafes source their beans from the same company – Veneziano Coffee Roasters.

Find out more...

What’s New on King William Road

2018 has already seen, and will continue to see, exciting new dining options open up along King William Road, with a variety of vibrant cuisines and creative concepts for diners to explore. if you haven’t visited King William Road lately, you might have missed a few of the new restaurants that have popped up and are just waiting for you to discover.

Find out more...
SALA

SALA Artist – Hayley Kroschel

SALA artist Hayley Kroschel will be showcasing her bold artwork at Perchalla & Turner Travel Associates on KWR throughout August. Hayley’s acrylic exhibition is inspired by spirituality is designed to bring an atmosphere of life and positivity.

Find out more...
SALA

SALA Artist – Elisabeth Howlett

Introducing Elisabeth Howlett’s elegant art exhibition for South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival at The Ark on King William Road. We are thrilled to showcase Elisabeth’s oil canvas floral works on KWR during August, which reflect a painterly but modern style.

 

Find out more...
SALA

SALA Artist – Gavin Wanganeen

Indigenous artist Gavin Wanganeen, descendent of the Kokatha people of the Western Desert in South Australia, is participating in SALA Festival on KWR. Throughout August, his incredible contemporary Indigenous art exhibition is showcasing at Fox Gordon on King William Road.

Find out more...

SALA Artist – Alysha Sparks

SALA artist Alysha Sparks has her vibrant native artwork  display at The Abbey, Toop&Toop on KWR for the month of August. The South Australian Living Artists (SALA) Festival is a state-wide festival of Visual Art. We are excited to feature Alysha on King William Road with her collection ‘Native’.

Find out more...

Take a cruise with Phil Hoffmann Travel

Leave all your cares and concerns behind as you cruise Europe’s waterways in 2019. APT offers luxury and all-inclusive river cruising along the Rhine, Main, Danube, Moselle, Seine, Douro, Rhône and Garonne River and take a cruise with Phil Hoffmann Travel.

Find out more...
The Edit

THE EDIT ON KING WILIAM ROAD

After ten years of success operating as Fresh Hair & Body, South Australia now welcomes a game changer to the market with the introduction of The Edit: Hair Face Body.

The Edit, is the first salon of its type to open in South Australia on such a large scale, across multiple locations, offering a wide range of services for hair and makeup needs, through to skin treatments, cosmetic injectables and laser hair removal.

Find out more...
Coffee Stops on King William Road

Coffee stops on King William Road

We are simply spoilt for choice when it comes to coffee stop on King William Road. But, everyone knows that there is coffee, and then there is good coffee

By Blackbird and Hustle Coffee Co both strongly believe the secret to creating that perfect cup of coffee, each and every time, is within the coffee bean. It’s no coincidence that both King William Road cafes source their beans from the same company – Veneziano Coffee Roasters.

Find out more...

What’s New on King William Road

2018 has already seen, and will continue to see, exciting new dining options open up along King William Road, with a variety of vibrant cuisines and creative concepts for diners to explore. if you haven’t visited King William Road lately, you might have missed a few of the new restaurants that have popped up and are just waiting for you to discover.

Find out more...