Fleurieu Living Magazine

Forest of dreams

‘It’s a vision that expands Papershell beyond a mere almond orchard, imagining a food forest that will support, and be supported by, generations to come.’
It wasn’t so long ago that come late July and August, the hills of Willunga would suddenly turn pink. In seeming defiance of the grey winter, avenues of almond trees would burst into blossom signalling

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