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Welcome to The Weekender Herald. A community newspaper distributed in the Adelaide Hills, The Weekender Herald provides news and information about local people and local happenings.

On this site you'll find all the things that make The Weekender Herald such a great read in print, along with extra pictures, stories and an archive of previous issues. There's also contact details, information on how to advertise in The Weekender Herald and how you can share your stories with the local community. Enjoy!

Strike A Pose
Hayley Waller, June 23rd, 2016

Strike A Pose

With yoga making a resurgence, one Adelaide Hills local is bringing the discipline to young children and their families. Yoga instructor Tammy Pahl has introduced yoga classes for toddlers and kindergarten age children and is seeing a raft of benefits. Focussing on a number of activities including music, dance and storytelling, Tammy's classes are more than just your average kindergym. “It is a very social class and children are learning how to interact with other children and... Read Article

Giving It A Bash
Madison White, June 16th, 2016

Giving It A Bash

Kit and Ollie are a pair of metal bashing misfits with a dream of turning their medieval blacksmithing, bladesmithing and armour making enterprise Sparkyr Forge into an Adelaide Hills attraction. Sparkyr Forge, which is currently based in Mount Barker, is quickly gathering a collection of cult followers who appreciate its hand made medieval creations. Founder Ciaran... Read Article

Roughing It
Jocelyn Nickels, June 09th, 2016

Roughing It

Stirling resident and former CEO of Scenestealer Andrew Plumer is getting ready to brace the cold this month to raise money for the homeless throughout Australia as part of the Vinnies CEO Sleepout. Sleeping out in Whitmore Square overnight, Andrew will join around 130 CEOs across the state as they take a glimpse into homelessness... Read Article


The Weekender Herald

The Weekender Herald aims to provide the best print medium for our clients to achieve the maximum exposure for their messages to our readers and their potential clients within our targeted area.

The Weekender Herald is an independent, innovative, good-news paper serving the Adelaide Hills and Mt Barker council areas. Founded in 1992, the paper is the leader in providing up-to-date, relevant lifestyle content. It seeks to maximise its appeal and relevance to readers and consumers on behalf of its advertisters.