fringe in the fleurieu

fabulous acts right here on our doorstep

Posted: 27 February 2019

The Adelaide Fringe Festival is that one time of the year when the weather is still warm (even hot), the nights are balmy and the city comes alive with talented artists from around the world performing their shows.

Here on the Fleurieu Peninsula we know a thing or two about art - after all, the region is home to the Fleurieu Biennale, the world’s richest landscape art prize. So, when Fringe time rolls around, the region pulls up its sleeves to create a visitor experience that brings the excitement and drama of the festival a little further south.

The Fleurieu Peninsula will be hosting several events running during Fringe time. There will be many acts of strength, wonder and hilarity - including a textile art exhibition, juggling, dance troupes, comedy, street theatre, cabaret, live music performances and much more.

The Southern Sisters Troupe


Here is a little sneak peak into what’s on offer in the Fleurieu Peninsula during 'mad March':

Port Noarlunga Fringe Festival – 16 February to 18 March
Multiple acts in two locations over three weekends.

James Stewart - Control Has Left Me exhibition, Goolwa 1 March

Grapes of Mirth, McLaren Vale  3 March 

Fringe in Goolwa, Goolwa Wharf  7-11 March
Multiple Acts.

Dr Krop the Relationship Expert, Goolwa – 8 March

The 60-Four, Victor Harbor – 9 March

Long Table Lunch by the Sea, Victor Harbor – 10 March

The Steve Brown Band, Goolwa Wharf – 10 March


More events happening in the Fleurieu Peninsula in March 2019.

Are you a Fringe lover? Venture outside of Adelaide to enjoy some of our Fleurieu Peninsula culture, and you never know, you might just want to stay a bit longer

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Contacts for information & bookings

Five Visitor Information Centres are spread across the Fleurieu Peninsula. Each has a dedicated team of locals and resources to support you during your stay.

They can provide you with assistance in booking your trip, planning details for your visit, or give advice on what is happening in the region during your stay.