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Justine de Jonge is a Melbourne freelance travel writer and blogger who loves travelling the vegan road. You can also join her on her vegan travels at her blog www.fireandtea.com .

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My WeekendNotes - 34
The National Boys Choir of Australia is auditioning boys in grades 1 and 2 for its February 2018 intake. Auditions a... [more]
17/06/2017
When I was growing up, my dad always took me to the backstreet alleyways of Springvale for dinner. We would side-step th... [more]
The National Boys Choir of Australia, established in 1964, is one of Australia's finest children's choirs. Performed by ... [more]
22/07/2017
A late afternoon sunset casts its golden hue over the acreage below. I'm wandering the fence line of eco-friendly, all v... [more]
The National Boys Choir of Australia to host The Colorado Children's Chorale in Melbourne for one night only. The Nat... [more]
24/03/2017
The making of a memorable road trip is determined by the surprises you find along the way. As vegan and gluten free, I'm... [more]
Brunswick Street's Vegan Day Out is a culmination of businesses supporting and celebrating vegan options or trends, and ... [more]
If you're craving a sweet treat, Gelato Blue in Sydney's Newtown has your sweet tooth satisfied. Gelato Blue is anchored... [more]
In the heart of Sydney's Newtown, many vegetarian and vegan eateries have emerged. As a result, Newtown is now attractin... [more]
A lot can be said in a name and Power Plant Cafe is no exception. Power Plant Cafe offers a lengthy menu, all powered by... [more]
There are myriad dining choices from Collingwood to Brunswick for Melbourne's vegetarians and vegans, and they're well-c... [more]
My soy cappuccino arrives in a deep, polka-dotted cup with matching saucer and I delight in the detailed froth. It's... [more]
Surrounded by windswept seascapes steeped in history, Point Lonsdale Pier and Lighthouse offers visitors captivating vie... [more]
A seasonal menu always promises a selection of meals containing the freshest ingredients. If a restaurant decides to mix... [more]
It's a little overcast on this autumn day in Doncaster, though the buzz in the air is warm and inviting. The Fine Design... [more]
One floor above street level is the least likely spot where you'd expect to find an Afghan restaurant in Melbourne. Visi... [more]
"If you can breathe, you can practice yoga." The ancient Hindu practice of yoga has experienced an ascent in popularity ... [more]
Japanese cuisine epitomises the art of matching carefully-selected seasonal ingredients with simple, layered flavours. E... [more]
Neo Tokyo, Fitzroy's vegan fashion store for animal lovers, has refreshed itself and re-emerged as a non-descript hole i... [more]
It's customary to find meat-based counter meals on any pub menu in Melbourne. Yet, pubs are taking note of their patro... [more]
If you walked briskly along Brunswick Street, you might just miss out on this new hole in the wall. Wildcrafted has move... [more]
The People's Market has now relocated to Stanley Street in Collingwood this summer and holds all that is good about an o... [more]
"Ni hao", or hello in Mandarin, is almost always followed by "Have you eaten?" Pleasantries such as these give you a bri... [more]
On a bright, sunny day, many beachcombers head straight for the foreshore on Jacka Boulevard while thrill-seekers scour ... [more]
Guests don't need to climb the highest peaks in Nepal to find authentic Nepalese cuisine. They only need to climb one fl... [more]
What's better than a lazy Sunday lunch at a café? A lazy Sunday lunch at a café without knowing what's on the menu. ... [more]
Shakahari has built a cult-like following on Melbourne's vegetarian food scene. Combining locally-grown produce with Eas... [more]
Since it was established in 1871, The Fox Hotel has serviced many punters and is the gateway to Melbourne's CBD; located... [more]
In a small strip of shops on Bayswater Road lies a local jaunt for food that's fresh, plentiful and made with love. Da R... [more]
Located at the quieter end of Main Street in Croydon is a cosy, corner-stop café offering big tastes and good coffee. Be... [more]
If you take a walk along Sydney Road, you're bound to stumble over a melting pot of cuisine that represents Melbourne's ... [more]
Established in 1873, The Tramway Hotel has kept quiet company among Melbourne's many historic pubs and is situated at a ... [more]
Tucked away from Ringwood's congested Maroondah Highway is an unexpected destination for good, home-cooked Northern Indi... [more]
While The Cornish Arms in Brunswick hosts burgeoning bands in Melbourne's live music scene, it also brings free pub triv... [more]