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City: Perth

Writer, storyteller.
Still searching for the perfect breakfast.

Founder of Fundraising Mums (

Weekend Notes (664)
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Events (167)
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Book and movie reviews (14)
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Fun stuff for kids (55|10)
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Kid-friendly restaurants and cafes (34|1)
My favourite places (21)
Party ideas (21)
Restaurant reviews (137|4)
Searching for Perth's best breakfast (47|4)
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Sydney Reviews (28|1)
Travelling with kids (15)
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My WeekendNotes - 664 - Page 11
If you grew up in Perth in the 1980s and 90s, you probably went to a Blue Light Disco. Remember them? Strobe lights, s... [more]
If you buy a pizza from Crust and you are not happy with it, you only have yourself to blame. Never before has a comp... [more]
Sometimes it is easy to think the worst. You often hear of people using vouchers (such as Cudo and Social Living) at re... [more]
It's the dilemma of most mums who have more than one child. Where can you go that the toddlers and the pre-schooler... [more]
I love yum cha. I love the variety. I love the speed. I love not having to make choices. I love small food. Although the... [more]
Breakfast – it's the most important meal of the day. Many people say it's their favourite meal, and for me, the task of... [more]
Are you planning on taking a road trip with your family this school holidays? Before you leave, ask yourself: ho... [more]
Zamia Café has it all: water views, nearby playgrounds, ample parking and the best looking dessert cabinet in the Wester... [more]
My new baby was barely two weeks old when my dear mum invited me out for tea and coffee. The destination: Tea and Roses... [more]
There you are minding your own business and then suddenly you find yourself invited to a child's birthday party. You don... [more]
It doesn't matter if you are a vegetarian or a carnivore, the Pumpkin Burger from Jus Burgers could quite possibly be th... [more]
It's so hot in Perth at the moment. You're thirsty and want something sweet and indulgent but the thought of a hot choco... [more]
This looks pretty awesome, doesn't it? A rainbow made of balloons, large enough for kids and adults to walk under. Pre... [more]
When you become a mum, it's as though you are the first ever person to experience the highs and lows of motherhood. Sur... [more]
15/03/2012 - 21/03/2012
There were a number of highlights to our dinner at Pata Negra. First, it was Pata Negra. Second, it was one of those r... [more]
What team do you play for: old-school or new-age? What's your preference when it comes to burgers? Are you a traditiona... [more]
Voyage came highly recommended to me by a friend, and I can see why. A hop down West Coast Highway from Hillarys Marina,... [more]
This is a difficult review to write because I have mixed feelings about this catering company, and there are always two ... [more]
It felt so good to get out again after all the home-based indulgence of Christmas. Sayers had been on the top of my lis... [more]
This is the life. Blue sky, warm sun, shops that are open on a Sunday. Welcome to Hillarys Boat Harbour. A destination f... [more]
Unless you have been living under a rock for the past decade or so, you would have heard of, and possibly purchased an E... [more]
It's official. I have a new favourite breakfast destination, and if you read my other reviews you will realise how this... [more]
I wanted to go out for breakfast. It's what I do. But today I had my gorgeous two year old with me, so somewhere with a... [more]
Here is some advice for nothing. If a place has 'bar' in its name, then it's a good rule of thumb that it may not be th... [more]
The brief: to take my dad somewhere nice for lunch. It had to have good food and wine, and an excellent reputation. If i... [more]
Apparently I am becoming a bit picky when it comes to breakfast destinations. My good friend spent ages trawling throug... [more]
I think my over-riding impression of the night was confusion. Mine, theirs; It wasn't a bad night, just confusing. The... [more]
What to do with two four and a half year olds? It's a special occasion, you want to spoil them but cannot bear the thou... [more]
The night had begun with much gnashing of teeth – where to take my interstate friend for dinner in the Stirling area? I ... [more]
Unless you have small children of your own, Playgroup is probably a distant memory. If you have children under five, yo... [more]
Some people call The Witch's Cauldron an institution and landmark. They call themselves that at least, and it's true tha... [more]
What happens when you want the ubiquitous Sunday morning food – yum cha – on a Saturday evening? Do you sit around for ... [more]
If you are planning a day in the Swan Valley, with all the good wine and food that comes from that corner of the world, ... [more]
There is hot chocolate and then there is a Margaret River Chocolate Factory hot chocolate. This is hot chocolate you can... [more]
Choosing a lunch destination in the Swan Valley is probably the grown up equivalent of being a kid in a lolly shop; exce... [more]
I've said it before and I will say it again, but I think you can measure the success of a breakfast destination by how m... [more]
Ah, High Tea. Dainty food, cups of fresh tea, elegant ladies laughing gaily at some witticism. It came pretty close, exc... [more]
It was a dark and stormy night. No really. Thunderstorms had been forecast and it had been raining all day. Not usually ... [more]
We all have one. The second drawer perhaps. Or under the phone books. In our case, an ancient brown paper bags with t... [more]
It may look a little unusual but the German Sausage picnic stick from Jean Claude Patisserie in Subiaco is well worth th... [more]
It was one of those Saturdays that even the thought of cooking left me exhausted, so we packed up the two little ones an... [more]
I had received a voucher in the mail from Black Toms Bar in West Perth – a complimentary main course during the month of... [more]
It was probably ironic that we fronted up to the Hobart Street Deli for one of our Mums-Only catch-ups, because directly... [more]
Our goal was simple. The day would be hot, so we wanted to find a decent breakfast destination with a decent beach view... [more]
It seemed like a really good idea. Mum of the Month perhaps, or at least a day of perfectly behaved children. A train ri... [more]
1) Listen to the weatherman. There is a reason these guys (and the people behind the scenes who actually do the work) g... [more]
It's embarrassing really. I am obviously much more interested in food than writing, which doesn't bode well for my ambit... [more]
Matilda Bay Restaurant in Crawley is one of those special places in Perth where, if the gods are smiling, you might gaze... [more]
Every time I eat it, I fall in love again. That something as simple as rice, meat and a few vegetables could make me so... [more]
Sirocco is a big place. Located in the Holiday Inn at the Burswood Complex, it is an enormous room that serves a buf... [more]
Imagine a place where your children can run free, where the rolling green grasses go as far as the eye can see, where ki... [more]
Growing up, we lived across the road from a large park. There were overgrown patches of bush within the park, and the wa... [more]
I had expected to write that breakfast at the Subi Hotel was an entirely different experience than dinner, but it's not.... [more]
At night, the Subi Hotel is dark. Fairy lights adorn the vine covered courtyard but they are decorative, not functional... [more]
I really wanted to like the Roundhouse Tavern. What's not to like – it was a Monday and I needed to rescue a friend with... [more]
Things just seemed simpler when we were kids. Birthday parties involved a few mates, a game of pass the parcel, some red... [more]
Have you ever thought about how you can give a little back to the community without spending months wading through s... [more]
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