Supported by Alexandrina Council

About

Our Local Alexandrina is a place to connect local shoppers with the amazing products, produce and experiences the Alexandrina area has to offer. From fresh roasted local coffee in Pt Elliot, to sustainably made and delivered bread in Langhorne Creek, check out what Our Locals have to offer online, or in-store.

Our Local was born from a need to support local businesses during these uncertain times. By building an online presence that shows support and directs consumers to the amazing products available by local businesses in the Alexandrina area, we are building a community that supports the local business economy.

The Alexandrina Area

Spanning across the iconic Fleurieu Peninsula, from Strathalbyn to Port Elliot and everywhere in-between the area is comprised of picturesque towns filled with handmade artisanal products, eateries, wineries and much more.

Our goal is to make these products and offerings more accessible and known to would be consumers who are looking to connect with local producers and businesses.

History

Alexandrina is a local area in the Fleurieu and Kangaroo Island region of South Australia. The Alexandrina Council was formed on 1 July 1997 by the amalgamation of the District Council of Port Elliot and Goolwa, the District Council of Strathalbyn and a portion of the District Council of Willunga. The district relies on a diverse range of industries including agriculture, fishing, forestry, viticulture and tourism to supply its economy.

Our Local Alexandrina
Platform

The Our Local Alexandrina platform is the perfect place to explore, shop and support local Alexandrina businesses. From local cafes, eateries and restaurants, to producers, artisans and adventures, you can navigate our website and click to read more about the business and how you can support them.

Why Support Local

Shopping local has always been important, but the 2020 has put a new meaning to the phrase ‘support local’, as outlets have had a massive drop in customers through their doors, due to uncertain times. Now, more so than ever, our community must unite to help these businesses through the hard times. We must support local!