One must walk to the next pub

Part of the fun of the Safari event is walking to another venue so everyone can appreciate our fine fashions.

The Don Dunstan Young Achiever for 2011 striking a pose.

It’s hard work walking in those platforms so a rest on Rundle Street is in order.

Oh, what a feeling.

The Adelaide Parklands didn’t know what hit it on Saturday evening around 9.30pm on 8 January when about two hundred people descended upon the little island near the Adelaide Bowling Club.

Without giving too many secrets away, after all if you were there you know what happened, here’s some pictures.

The stage had to be cleared:

So that this could happen.

What’s that you ask? Watch it for yourself.

And that was the Safari ‘Flashdance’.

Getting to Safari in style

Some people catch public transport, some people drive, some people catch a cab and others just do it in complete style. That is getting to Safari in style.

Why wouldn’t you like to arrive in this car?

Or why not get into a stretch limo with bubbles and karaoke laid on?

Karaoke I said didn’t I? Here’s some evidence. (Go to the Safari Facebook page to view if the video doesn’t appear.)