Fleurieu Living Magazine

The Enchanted Fig Tree

A love of sharing good food runs through the veins of the Hannafords. Current custodians of the KI property and third generation family members, Rachel and Nick Hannaford, share some of their culinary story:

At a time when there was very little in the way of restaurants in Adelaide, their grandmother Lady Prue Holden was the matriarch of food, wine and entertaining. Lady Prue was renowned for her prowess and would hold lavish dinner parties at her home, with dignitaries and government officials often on the guest list.

Her husband, Sir James Holden* was a keen angler. He and Sam Tolley

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