Fleurieu Living Magazine

A forever place

The ‘Old Survey’ area of Port Willunga is highly sought after, both for its existing homes and, better yet, the odd empty block. The area is a stone’s throw from one of South Australia’s most beautiful beaches, a world class wine region and fantastic restaurants, not to mention boasting an amazing community itself. A combination of old shacks, new architecture and historic homes gives the neighbourhood character and charm.

Australian expats Kirsty Rice and Greg Bruce long appreciated these features while holidaying ‘at home’, away from their busy careers abroad. ‘We had a small ‘lock and leave’ house just up the street for years,’ Kirsty says. ‘We would often walk past a large, empty block down

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