Fleurieu Living Magazine

Faces and food of the Fleurieu

When Rojina McDonald Park returned home to the Fleurieu after a sojourn in France, she had a vision to further establish the Fleurieu as a leading Australian agritourism destination, through a regional cookbook. She created the concept of , which would showcase

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On October 19 Rojina McDonald launched her first publication Faces and Food of the Fleurieu. The Fleurieu ArtHouse welcomed guests and hosted a smoking ceremony by Ngarrindjeri Elder Major Moogy Sumner and food by Adelaide Masterchef contestant Jessi