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Gayle lives in Melbourne, is passionate about writing and keen to showcase Aussie culture to a global audience. Gayle has stories in anthologies, including ‘Mosaic’, ‘The Umbrella’s Shade’ and ‘Between Heaven and Hell’. She works as an accountant, loves her family, dogs, sunsets and chocolate. More about Gayle and links to award winning stories at http://www.ficklefiction.com

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Things to do, places to see, events and activities in Melbourne are so plentiful as to seem limitless. So dare to be dif... [more]
Do you believe in ghosts or at very least a good ghost story? Tours and paranormal investigation experiences of many of ... [more]
Aren't waterfalls wonderful? Is it the thunder of the water, the fine mist rainbows, the rugged cliff faces, the pools, ... [more]
Caves have a certain mystique about them. In myth and legend they are the home of fairies and the hiding place for pir... [more]
Queensland may be 'Beautiful One Day, Perfect the Next' but let's not underestimate what Victoria has to offer. Take... [more]
Most Melburnians know Phillip Island on Victoria's beautiful Bass Coast is a great place to holiday, but just 10 minutes... [more]
Winter is here and the snow fields are beckoning. From snowmen and snowballs to skilled skiing and snowboarding Victor... [more]
We Aussies are a bright lot, there's no denying it but many of us would be surprised at the list of Australian inventi... [more]
Whether you call it mini golf, crazy golf, adventure golf or putt putt, there is no doubt it all adds up to fun. The... [more]
They don't call Victoria the Garden State for nothing and Melbourne does it proud. From formal gardens to native bus... [more]
 
Time in Warwick can be well spent on the Condamine River Walk. Although there is a bit of a chill in the air the day we ... [more]
Nature rich Kangaroo Island is a favourite holiday destination for both Aussies and international visitors. On offer... [more]
When we think koalas we think cute and cuddly. Getting a look at these iconic Aussie animals are high on the wish lists ... [more]
Kangaroo Island is renowned for its superb beaches and Emu Bay is no exception. The white sandy beach of Emu Bay runs fo... [more]
The pretty, little town of Beeac dates back to 1860. With a population of only 200 people it is easy to dismiss it as ha... [more]
A real working lighthouse and not just a beacon, Cape Borda Lighthouse is the only one of the four on Kangaroo Island on... [more]
If you haven't been to Melbourne's Psychic Expo yet, what are you waiting for? Follow your interest or satisfy your curi... [more]
30/04/2017
Mum is too special for the ordinary. She does so much for us so often it is easy to take her for granted. Mother's D... [more]
13/05/2017 - 14/05/2017
Texts home that we were visiting a sheep dairy on a Kangaroo Island holiday were met with disbelief. Milking sheep may b... [more]
After you have seen the seals, the koalas, the pelicans, the caves, the remarkable rocks and the wilderness on Kangaroo ... [more]
When we visited the Botanic Gardens at Colac we were not expecting the splendour that awaited us. We did not then know t... [more]
Colac is billed as the Gateway to the Otways. At around 150kms and an hour and a half from the Melbourne CBD Colac is we... [more]
Romance has been an enduring constant across the years. For something different to impress the object of your affection ... [more]
Fountain Gate is one of Melbourne's premier shopping centres but is not as well known for the excellent array of interna... [more]
Christmas is in the air, letterboxes are stuffed with gift catalogues, trees are decorated and plans are being made. Bef... [more]
Colac was not proclaimed as a shire until 1864 but Hugh Murray, for who the town's main street is named, built his first... [more]
Wilson Botanic Park is the place to be this Halloween. The spooky events begin in the afternoon with a Trick or Treat Sp... [more]
30/10/2016
Visiting a cemetery is not something most people will have on their list of leisure time activities, particularly as... [more]
Halloween is perhaps the spookiest night on Melbourne's calendar. You can spend it trick or treating in your neighbourho... [more]
31/10/2016
Tucked on the fringes of the bustling Berwick Village shopping area is Pioneers Park. Expansive lawns, native plantings,... [more]
There are so many reasons first aid training is a good idea. Illness or injury are always stressfu, but it may be less s... [more]
Shepparton has a rich history which it proudly displays today along with a strong focus on art and culture. What's more,... [more]
Ararat is a large rural town in Western Victoria, established in the mid 1800's following the discovery of gold. Steeped... [more]
Equestrian activities are well represented in the City of Casey with over 80 kilometres of trails which includes a 2km s... [more]
Buchanan Park has been serving the community for more than a century but is no longer set in idyllic rural surrounds. It... [more]
Every year thousands of people hitch up their caravans and head to the Australian Outback in search of adventure and spe... [more]
Have you ever though you might like to keep bees, to have your own backyard hive. Imagine drizzling your breakfast t... [more]
Along the Bunurong Coastal Drive just a few minutes from Inverloch the RACV Inverloch Resort beckons. This all-inclusive... [more]
Imagine a luxury hotel with an exquisite restaurant in a heritage style building overlooking a picturesque lake. Imagine... [more]
The night skies have captured our attention for time immemorial. They have inspired myth and legend and remain a wonder ... [more]
The Grampians Wildflower show has been running since 1937, but it is only since 2014 that visitors have been treated to ... [more]
01/10/2016 - 02/10/2016
Lyrebirds have long captured our imagination. A lyrebird is featured on our ten cent coin and a stylised lyrebird featur... [more]
Limestone caves, granite caves, sea caves or fossil caves; whichever captures your interest you will find them in Sout... [more]
Melbourne's Psychic Expo continues to travel the city presenting its Sunday Exhibitions. If you have an interest or even... [more]
18/09/2016 - 16/10/2016
Do you have a special occasion coming up and you're thinking of a nice restaurant meal but you want that little someth... [more]
It's hard to imagine that an area as beautiful and engaging as Berwick Springs is really an environmental washing mach... [more]
The State Coal Mine in Wonthaggi operated from 1909 to 1968, produced 17 million tonnes of coal for the railways and for... [more]
There is no better way to really see a town than on foot. This is certainly true of Wonthaggi where the streets of the b... [more]
When my husband and I went to see our grandson play in his football Grand Final at Marriott Waters Reserve in Lyndhurst,... [more]
An outback road trip doesn't have to wait for your retirement bucket list. You can do it now. All you need is two weeks ... [more]
The Moonlit Sanctuary Wildlife Conservation Park, set on 10 hectares of bushland, is a great place to see Australian ani... [more]
It would be easy to drive past Old Gippstown because most of this 3.2 hectare (8 acre) heritage park is not visible from... [more]
What is disaster tourism? Wikipedia defines it as "the act of traveling to a disaster area as a matter of curiosity." ... [more]
It's easy to underestimate the important role Fathers play in our society or to take Dad for granted, so don't miss this... [more]
Most people think of Phillip Island as fairy penguins and koalas, but it is also home to the National Vietnam Veterans M... [more]
Yes, there are indeed many shells at the Inverloch Shell Museum but there is so much more than that. It would be easy to... [more]
The Bunurong Coastal Drive which presents some of Victoria's most spectacular coastal scenery has been described as a mi... [more]
Daring doesn't have to be deadly and adventure doesn't have to be risky. For those of you who want a bit of the unusual ... [more]
Dinosaurs may have died out around 65 million years ago but they live on in the imagination of children who will no doub... [more]
Aussie Rules Football was born in Melbourne more than a century ago in 1896, an auspicious time cemented in history and ... [more]
Christmas can seem a long time coming to a child so why not give them an early taste of festive cheer with one of thes... [more]
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