Fleurieu Living Magazine

Going loco

Kirsten and Simon Pitman’s move to the Southern Fleurieu was a bit of an accident. At the time, Simon was an area manager for Coca Cola and was given the option to relocate. There were a few areas to choose from, but the couple decided Victor Harbor was the best, because of its proximity to Adelaide, where they had been living and where Kirsten worked. Within a short time, they grew

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