Fleurieu Living Magazine

A stepping stone to reconciliation

L50K is a magical parcel of land, reconciling two very different parts of the region’s story ... and creating an entirely new chapter of hope and discovery. I first discover Lot 50 Kanyanyapilla (as it’s formally known) when my walking group takes a tour, after one of our regular Friday morning walks.

Owner, artist and cultural geographer Gavin Malone greets us at Lorrie’s Hut, the entry to his property. The lightly-built shed and verandah is the setting for annual open days, open evenings and private gatherings. Donated by a family member in Canberra, it’s the first in a

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