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My WeekendNotes - 102
The rivalry between Melbourne and Sydney is fierce but one thing Melbournians do undeniably better than our northern n... [more]
Sometimes the weather is just too awful to do anything other than stay at home. So, when it's cold, grey and miserab... [more]
Pipers By The Lake is elegant and attracts an elegant crowd. It delivers old-world charm yet provides all the comfor... [more]
If you're in Ballarat at 3 o'clock on a Saturday afternoon and you're trying to figure out where the action is, The ... [more]
In an picturesque location, among historic, gold-rush era architecture and wide, tree-lined avenues, the city of Bendi... [more]
10/08/2012 - 12/08/2012
Craft Cubed is an exciting Melbourne festival that celebrates practitioners, techniques, traditions and all things han... [more]
03/08/2012 - 01/09/2012
The Melbourne Art Fair is a prestigious arts event that sees collectors, galleries and the general public come togethe... [more]
01/08/2012 - 05/08/2012
From the outside, Confectionery Capers on the McIvor Highway in Junortoun appears as little more than large tin shed. ... [more]
'Art After Dark' celebrations are being held as part of the Winter Masterpiece Series, each Wednesday at the National ... [more]
06/06/2012 - 03/10/2012
After walking into Carlton's Crafternoon Cafe', I quickly notice that the place was a little bit different to those wh... [more]
Following the success of its markets in Brisbane and Surfers Paradise, the Suitcase Rummage Market has expanded and an... [more]
At the National Gallery of Victoria - International, guided tours are given at regular intervals throughout the day. T... [more]
As it turns out, the Myer Melbourne Windows are not just for Christmas. While walking through the Bourke Street Mall j... [more]
11/07/2012 - 21/09/2012
Gift shops at art galleries are not like shops at all but are more like little galleries in themselves. This is certai... [more]
On the corner of Blackjack Road and the Midland Highway in Harcourt, Central Victoria, there is a garden nursery cafe ... [more]
In their own words, Starbucks said I could 'enjoy the spicy comforting flavour of sweet cinnamon, complementing rich es... [more]
In 2011 The National Gallery of Victoria - St Kilda Road opened the NGV Kids Space, a purpose built facility that hosts ... [more]
31/03/2012 - 03/02/2013
If you've spent any time in the city lately, you may have noticed that a number of towering, eucalyptus trees on Swans... [more]
22/01/2012 - 19/02/2012
Everyone is cooking up restaurant quality meals at home these days; the competitors on My Kitchen Rules, Jamie Oliver ... [more]
Throughout the month of February, the IMAX theatre in Carlton is giving away free movie tickets. In a special promotio... [more]
01/02/2012 - 29/02/2012
Ice-cream is a perfectly appropriate choice for breakfast. Well, it is when it's sitting as a big blob on top of a tower... [more]
Everyone knows that Melbournians love their fashion but it's also no secret, that we don't always want to pay top doll... [more]
Are you like me, that when travelling around to different towns on the weekend, you always keep your eyes open for fun... [more]
With over 120 years of history, Bendigo has had its fair share of moments to commemorate. The tradition it seems, has ... [more]
Have you noticed how many enormous, visible clocks there are around Melbourne?
 Do you ever use them to chec... [more]

Quite simply, syphon coffee is the 'in' thing for Melbourne coffee drinkers right now. It's prepared dif... [more]
Over the last decade, Gertrude Street in Fitzroy has experienced a transformation. It's gone from being a gritty, se... [more]
The Bendigo's Market is held every Sunday at the Prince of Wales Showgrounds 
from 8:30am until 3:00pm. It stret... [more]
Forget your quiet, cottage-style bakery where you take your time with tea and scones. Bendigo's Beechworth Bakery is f... [more]
The beach at Portarlington stands out immediately with its avenue of towering, cypress trees. It's under these, in the... [more]
Housed in an historic scout hall, Drysdale Community Craft is one of the nicest places you can visit in the rural subu... [more]
Marking their 30th Anniversary as a public art gallery, the Heide Museum of Modern Art presents the 'Forever Young' ex... [more]
01/10/2011 - 15/04/2012
The Golden Dragon Museum in Bendigo is one of Victoria's premier tourist attractions. 
A massive undertaki... [more]
On Saturday January 28th, the world's oldest Imperial dragon will be awakened from a ten year slumber, to grace the st... [more]
Sparta Place is a quaint and quirky laneway, just off Sydney Road in Brunswick. It's tree-lined with bench sea... [more]
There is much debate in the current media about whether it's right for consumers to buy books from the megastores, who... [more]
There are certain types of animals you expect to see while travelling throughout Central Victoria. Cows, sheep and horse... [more]
This restaurant cafe' sits close enough to Brunswick's busy Sydney Road to be considered a vibrant part of the action ... [more]
The 'Dewdrops and Sunshine' exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria, does more than simply highlight a select... [more]
04/11/2011 - 26/02/2012
Officeworks have announced their free, Ollie Kids' Club for children aged three to ten years old. To join, they'll... [more]
The beach on the eastern side of the Clifton Springs Boat Harbour, is great place for snorkelling because the waters... [more]
Concerts, dancing, workshops and sing-a-long's. All things musical are to be celebrated in this fun children's festiva... [more]
18/01/2012 - 22/01/2012
The Drysdale Hotel is a very big venue, in a very little town. It's easy to spot with its bright, red bricks and match... [more]
They hop, they dive, they croak, they swim. At the Melbourne Museum these school holidays it's all about frogs. Museum... [more]
03/01/2012 - 31/01/2012
The McLeod's Waterholes Reserve is the home of the Drysdale Market, held on the third Sunday of each month from Octobe... [more]
Since the late eighteen-hundreds, the Banyule area, home of Melbourne's north-eastern suburbs, has been famous for its... [more]
At Queen Margaret of Savoy, they proudly display their pizza making ingredients upon the restaurant shelves. There is ... [more]
Otherwise known as 'Japanese pancakes', Okonomiyaki are one of the most delicious, snack foods you can find while out an... [more]
Although the main activity at the Clifton Springs Boat Harbour is the launching and 
hauling in of many recreati... [more]
If you're anything like me, you've been all over Melbourne in a quest to find the city's best Hollandaise sauce. It's th... [more]
The beach at Indented Heads can be one of the busiest places on the Peninsula during summer. Turning into a tent city, t... [more]
Irrespective of the exact words people use to make their promises, New Year's Resolutions always seem to fit into one ... [more]
How many times have you heard 'I wish there was a place I could drop them off, just for an hour while I do a couple of... [more]
This cute little guy is one of the resident guinea pigs at the Van Loon's plant nursery, 405 Grubbs Road, Wallington - n... [more]
An award winning nursery on the Bellarine Peninsula, Van Loon's is a much loved destination for local residents and ho... [more]
Although tucked away in the small, coastal town of Drysdale, the Humble Chef can attract quite a lunchtime crowd with ... [more]
If you're one of the many people that have put aside your love of reading to focus on all the other demands of busy,... [more]
Many people already know the Alexandra Fountain's more obvious history. It was constructed in 1881 and unveiled during a... [more]
At the Epicurean, the coffee is lovingly crafted by an authentic, Italian barista. Fine, bottled produce adorns wooden... [more]
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