Five Things On Our Radar This Week

We’ve rounded up the latest releases, travel destinations and cultural news.

Article by T Australia

Sylvia KenSylvia Ken. Photography courtesy the artist and Tjala Arts.

From celebrations of Indigenous artists to new culinary partnerships to sea cruises, here are five things on our radar at the moment in the T Australia office.

Hardys Tintara
Photography courtesy Hardys Tintara.

Take a Tour at Hardys Tintara

Discover the hidden secrets of a 165-year-old cellar door through two new intriguing site tours of this iconic McLaren Vale winery. Not only do these guided tours allow visitors to see state-of the-art wine-making techniques up close, but they also lift the lid on the fascinating and curious stories, characters and events that have shaped Hardys Tintara into what it is today.

The Hidden Secrets tour offers 45-minutes jammed packed with fascinating information, intriguing objects, and one-of-a-kind experiences. A second offering, Wine Tasting in the Dark, invites blindfolded guests to see what happens when the sense of sight is removed – how does this influence a wine experience? Included in the private hosted experience is a tasting of four special Hardys wines and a sensorial tasting plate. Book your tour at
Angkuna Baker
Angkuna Baker, "Pitjantjatjara people", South Australia, born Areyonga, Northern Territory c.1934, Areyonga, Indulkana, South Australia, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 46.5 x 71.5 cm; Acquisition through Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art supported by BHP 2022, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide © Angkuna Baker/Iwantja Arts
Yaritji Tingila Young
Yaritji Tingila Young, Pitjantjatjara people, South Australia, born Pukatja (Ernabella), South Australia 1956, "Tjala tjukurpa - Honey ant story", 2021, Amata, South Australia, synthetic polymer paint on linen, 300.0 x 200.0 cm; Acquisition through Tarnanthi: Festival of Contemporary Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Art supported by BHP 2022, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, © Yaritji Tingila Young/Tjala Arts

Aṉangu Women Artists Celebrated in New Touring Exhibition

The Art Gallery of South Australia has announced that its acclaimed Tarnanthi program will be presented on a national touring exhibition, starting this October. Kungka Kuṉpu (Strong Women) is a showcase of major contemporary works by celebrated women artists from the Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands. Through major contemporary works by more than 60 Aṉangu women artists, Kungka Kuṉpu features works that centre on caring for Country, mapping significant sites and life sustaining practices of the desert, while also sharing complex narratives surrounding family obligations and relationships.

The travelling exhibition launches in Bowral on 22 October 2022 before touring across Australia until 2024. For full tour dates and locations, visit

Feels Botanical
Photography courtesy Feels Botanical.
Feels Botanical
Photography courtesy Feels Botanical.

A New Culinary Partnership We’ll Cheers To

Sydney-born celebrity chef Dan Churchill has joined forces with Feels Botanical as partner, major investor and “culinary creative”. While Australia got to know Churchill through MasterChef, the chef, restauranteur and best-selling cookbook author has gone on to create a burgeoning presence in the global culinary and health scenes, including partnering with Chris Hemsworth and Elsa Pataky on their CENTR app as the chef and nutrition and fitness expert.

The Feels Botanical Eau De Vie comes in a range of four flavours, each released in limited batches of 2,000 bottles. A unique fruit-based spirit with ancient French origins and a name that translates directly to “water of life”, Feels Botanical’s eau-de-vie is grain-free, gluten-free and preservative-free with no added sugar. All ingredients are sustainably sourced – think quandong, kakadu plum, ginseng and horny goat weed. Find your local stockist at

Regent Seven Seas Cruises
Photography courtesy Regent Seven Seas Cruises.

New Itineraries Released for the World’s Most Luxurious Fleet™

Regent Seven Seas Cruises has announced its new 2024-2025 Voyage Collection, introducing an extraordinary 160 new itineraries with ports of call in the world’s most beautiful destinations. Highlights include two new 14-night sailings in Alaska, more sailings in Western Europe than ever before, and the cruise line’s latest ship, Seven Seas Grandeur, sailing the Mediterranean, the Caribbean and a debut season in Canada and New England. For more information, visit

Pt. Leo Estate
Photography courtesy Pt. Leo Estate.
Pt. Leo Estate
Photography courtesy Pt. Leo Estate.

A Stunning Temporary Dining Experience

Pt. Leo Estate has opened the doors to Pt. Leo Pavilion, a temporary dining space that will serve a bountiful shared-style menu inspired by the local Mornington Peninsula region and community. The Pavilion will be open seven days for lunch, as well as for dinner on Saturday evenings. On weekends the Pt. Leo Estate Cellar Door welcomes visitors to enjoy over the counter ‘snackettes’, and on Saturday nights, a Champagne, cocktail and caviar bar.

Whilst the Pt. Leo Pavilion is a temporary space, it stuns with contemporary chairs and tables, natural furnishings, striking lighting pieces and sculpture art including the inspiring “Droplets” (2011) by Jane Valentine. The Pavilion will run through until the relaunch of Laura and the Pt. Leo restaurant later in the year after a fire damaged the premises in May. Make your booking at