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      Quote Originally Posted by Tamara (Homes Down Under) View Post
      I'm going to take the kids to Adelaide zoo and intend to take the train...will let you know how long that takes.
      I am also going to take the express into the city and see how long that takes.
      Will let you know!
      It's fair trek from the station to the zoo (apologies if you already know what it's like). Depending on the age of the kids I'd consider taking a taxi or bus down North Terrace, or build in a stop on the way to break it up. Could just be my lazy kids that colours my view though.

      I do think that once the transport links to the southern suburbs are sorted out the area will become far more desirable generally. Now would be a good time to buy before the realisation dawns on more Adelaide residents that you can get more for your money there and the commute isn't too bad on the train.
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      We took the train from port noarlunga into the fringe last weekend with the kids, and it was great. Adelaide railway station is really nice.
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      This has been mentioned in another thread but not too sure how many will have seen it:

      Colonnades at Noarlunga to host Jamie Oliver Ministry of Food pop-up kitchen

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      Jamie Oliver has announced the first Ministry of Food pop-up kitchen will be at Colonnades Shopping Centre. Photo: David Loftus Source: Supplied

      CELEBRITY chef Jamie Oliver will bring the first Ministry of Food pop-up kitchen to Adelaide later this year, in a huge coup for the Colonnades Shopping Centre.

      At a live cooking show in Sydney yesterday, Oliver announced that a bid by the Onkaparinga Council and the shopping centre had been selected as the winner from 170 applications.
      “It’s amazing that so many Australian communities applied for the pop-up kitchen and I wish we could be in every community,” Oliver said.
      “However, I know we’re going to have some fun teaching City of Onkaparinga residents how to cook nutritious meals from scratch.
      “I passionately hope that this fantastic challenge leads to more than one Ministry of Food Centre as it’s clear that Australians want to learn to cook.”
      The shopping centre will host the kitchen, which is sponsored by Huon Aquaculture, for 12 months. It will include hands-on cooking classes based on Mr Oliver’s belief about cooking healthy meals from scratch.
      Colonnades marketing manager Kate Stevenson said she was thrilled to hear their bid was successful.
      “There is a community need for these kitchens to change people’s day-to-day eating habits,” she said.
      “We are not sure on timelines yet ... we want to ensure we do this right, we don’t want it to last just for the 12 months we have got it for. We really want this to be something that has some longevity.”
      Onkaparinga mayor Lorraine Rosenberg said the kitchen would benefit both the niche food market as well as the local wine industry.
      “We felt that if he was looking for a place that could justifiably say we were linked in heavily to schools, our local community, all of the service groups, foodies groups and our food and wine group, we were going to win it hands-down — we felt that we could do that really well,” she said.
      “It means we can expand on the great work that we have been doing with our schools about healthy eating, our active lifestyle work we have been doing, and it just means a really big boost for our region internationally.”
      Huon Aquaculture director and co-founder Frances Bender said she is thrilled to bring the pop-up kitchen to Colonnades.
      “We’ve seen first-hand the amazing work Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia is doing around the country and to be able to help bring the program to South Australia is a point of pride for our family owned company and all of our employees,” she said.
      Colonnades Shopping Centre reportedly put forward “a compelling case”, offering a rent-free space and citing the city’s high proportion of disadvantage as reason for its suitability.
      Ministry of Food Australia CEO Alicia Peardon said the competition had drawn an amazing response.
      “We received 170 applications from all over Australia, more than 1100 letters of support, 15,000
      signatures on petitions, 30,000 likes on Facebook and a groundswell of media support,” she said.
      “It’s abundantly evident there is a huge desire from people all over the country to do something
      about the obesity crisis and the lack of food knowledge of healthy food choices and home cooking in Australia.”
      The Ministry of Food program has already proved successful in Australia with booked-out classes at the fixed centres in Ipswich and Geelong and the Mobile Kitchens in Queensland and Victoria.
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