Four of the best HOLY HIDE­AWAYS

TH­ESE CON­VERTED CHURCHES ARE HOME TO LIT­TLE LO­CAL BUSI­NESSES

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LIT­TLE GLORY GALLERY This sweet lit­tle spot is where the Hand­spin­ners and Weavers Guild of South Aus­tralia showcase their hand­i­work. If it’s knit­ted, spun, wo­ven, dyed or felted you’ll find it here. The lovely team host work­shops too. Open Wed­nes­days and Satur­days 11am3pm and Sun­days 1pm-4pm, 196 South Rd, Mile End. KOBA KOREAN At first glance this tow­er­ing Grote St struc­ture looks like a place to sit, wor­ship and re­flect. Inside, the con­verted church is a Korean bar­be­cue restau­rant with buf­fets on the brain. Happy gob­bling. 100 Grote St, city, open Mon-Sat, 5.30pm-10pm, face­book.com/ sakob­a­bbq CHURCH STU­DIOS Praise the in­te­rior de­sign lords above. This show­room lives in an old church which is now full of art, home ac­ces­sories, an­tique and re­pro­duc­tion Chi­nese, Ja­panese and Dan­ish fur­ni­ture. It’s pure eye-candy. Open Sun­days noon-5pm and by ap­point­ment, 234 Port Rd, Al­ber­ton, church­stu­dios.com.au AG­GIES OP SHOP Holy haunts are of­ten home to sec­ond-hand shops and this one is a favourite. St Au­gus­tine’s Angli­can Church is all high ceil­ings, ex­posed beams and cute nooks full of books. It’s bar­gain hunt­ing with heart and soul. Open Mon-Fri. 9am-4pm, Sat 9.30am-1pm, 183 Un­ley Rd, Un­ley, staugustin­e.org.au

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