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My WeekendNotes - 125
There's something undeniably special about the crunch of biting into a toasted bread roll stuffed full of mayonnaise... [more]
Far North Queensland is home to Queensland's highest mountains, an incredible amount of biodiversity, pristine rainf... [more]
Next time I need to suggest to others a day trip easily within reach of Brisbane, but worlds away from the suburbs a... [more]
After a long and hotly anticipated arrival, Sweden's multinational fashion retailer H&M arrived in Brisbane to much ... [more]
Since the opening of Bakery Lane in January this year, there's been plenty of excitement surrounding the one of the ... [more]
Tamborine Mountain National Park needs little introduction to many Brisbane residents, serving as one of Queensland's ... [more]
Living in Brisbane, quite often I feel I need to escape the endless suburbia and head into the dense greenery. But w... [more]
Stones Corner is fast becoming a haven for tasty eats, with the Logan Road precinct dotted with an ever increasing n... [more]
Woolloongabba is a suburb most people in Brisbane and even from further afield of are aware of, mostly thanks to i... [more]
Brisbane's newest concert venue is definitely giving fans of live music something to sing about. What was formerly a... [more]
East Brisbane is one of Brisbane's oldest suburbs, and as the name suggests is located just 2 kilometres east of the... [more]
Somehow I missed the memo on the arrival of Bonsai Botanika to the Brisbane City dining scene, but when I'm next in ... [more]
All hail the pub lunch. Cooked meals packed full of flavour and made even better when washed down with a cold one – ... [more]
From the street, the enticing double storey façade of The Charming Squire and its glistening open glass kitchen faci... [more]
When you think of Brisbane, it's likely that images of the river winding its way through the city, and as a backdrop... [more]
This is suburbia at its strangest. Located deep within the winding streets of a master planned Sunshine Coast housin... [more]
Woolloongabba has continued to surprise and outshine other trendier inner city suburbs in the last few years partly ... [more]
Last week I ate my first ever Feijoa. It took 28 years, but the experience was nothing short of incredible and it's ... [more]
Exploring the temples of an ancient civilisation There's only so many places left in this well-trodden tourist wo... [more]
It's an accepted truth that not all cities are created equal. Some have enviable climates, others showcase a rich tapest... [more]
It's a bold proclamation, but as a resident since 2016, I'd have to say there's never been a more exciting time to l... [more]
While not as famous as some of the Great Barrier Reef's island icons, Dunk Island still can lay claim to being one o... [more]
Wide-eyed, sleek, graceful and elusive. Deers are something of a revered creature. Cartoon cute, they conjure up ima... [more]
Never do I acutely experience such intense hunger pains than I do at lunch. That coffee which quelled my appetite at... [more]
Here at WeekendNotes, our team of writers happily spend our days searching out the best of the best when it comes to thi... [more]
Those living in Brisbane or the Gold Coast are likely familiar with Mount Warning. It's been named one of Australia'... [more]
There's been a lot of good things said about Ben's burgers. Personally, after trying fellow Valley burger joints Chu... [more]
2015 has been the year for H&M in Queensland. Following on from the opening from the shopping centre outlets of Indo... [more]
The biggest snowfall in Queensland in 30 years dumps on the town of Wallangarra on July 17. Almost 8 cm of snow fell in ... [more]
Roll up, roll up. The Ekka is in town once more and as a quintessential event on the Queensland event calendar, ther... [more]
07/08/2015 - 16/08/2015
There's an truly enchanting little café and bar on Ann Street. Behind the rustic oak door, as you step over the thre... [more]
It was with much anticipation that I arrived at the new Paw Paw Café. A major overhaul of one of Brisbane's most wel... [more]
As one of Brisbane's hippest suburbs, Teneriffe is the perfect setting for a street party that stretches all day and i... [more]
For a major wine producing country like Australia, there's a distinct lack of independent wine retailers in our major ... [more]
For fans of lathered slow cooked sustenance, its time to celebrate the grill in all its glory. The inaugural Brisban... [more]
18/07/2015 - 19/07/2015
Segways. If you're like me and have long been curious about the somewhat strange looking electric vehicles, it's now... [more]
Those with a tendency for a tipple, something that is sure to smack lips and whet whistles is coming to Stones Corne... [more]
Another new café in Brisbane, and even though I was determined to get there before all the other Brisbane bloggers to ... [more]
Get yourself to the Greek and head down to Musgrave Park in South Brisbane May 23 & 24 for a cultural explosion of s... [more]
23/05/2015 - 24/05/2015
In Mexican history, Cinco de Mayo commemorates the battle and unlikely victory over French forces in the state of Pu... [more]
The Mount Gravatt Show is a yearly tradition for many Brisbane south-siders and this year marks it's 100th milestone... [more]
25/07/2015 - 26/07/2015
I think I've found a new Brisbane breakfast favourite. Granted, I've only been there just the once, but the taste of... [more]
You know a Korean restaurant is going to be good when your very own Korean friend has personally recommended it. Suc... [more]
There's no shortage of suburban Thai restaurants in Brisbane. In nearly each suburb, most people have their own loca... [more]
The Summer of Tennis officially begins in Brisbane on the 4th of January with the Brisbane International kicking off... [more]
04/01/2015 - 11/01/2015
If you've ever wanted to welcome a four-legged friend in your home - and your life - there's few opportunities bette... [more]
17/12/2014 - 17/01/2015
Fans of Sol Bread's retail outlet and café in West End have new reason to rejoice, their sister – and slight sleeker... [more]
The Paddington Christmas Festival is on again in 2014 and with a great community vibe it's something definitely wort... [more]
Before visiting BirdCage Restaurant in Woolloongabba, I'm didn't know exactly what pan-Asian cuisine was, and after ... [more]
Staying up-to-date with everything that's happening in and around the great city of Brisbane has fortunately become ... [more]
If you're looking for Brisbane's best Turkish, you need not stray further than Mado Turkish Restaurant in Southbank.... [more]
You know it's officially Christmas not when you see the Christmas merchandise hit the supermarket shelves, but when ... [more]
10/11/2014 - 25/12/2014
Some serious live music is coming to the Scenic Rim in an event that's capturing wide appeal, as a diverse group of ... [more]
21/11/2014 - 22/11/2014
There's no doubt that 2014 is a challenging year to celebrate all things coming from Russia. However to fully unders... [more]
28/10/2014 - 23/11/2014
Scully's Place is the kind of establishment that most would love to have in their neck of the woods, and fortunately... [more]
There's always been a slightly hedonistic side of Halloween that's reserved just for adults. Forget candy and door k... [more]
31/10/2014 - 01/11/2014
See the big name movie stars right under the stars as your summer entertainment is sorted as the much-loved Moonligh... [more]
04/12/2014 - 29/03/2015
There's always something happening at Sydney Olympic Park. Spread over 20 separate venues, and with more than 5000... [more]
16/09/2014 - 30/11/2014
Hola! señors y señoritas it's time to strap those dancing shoes on, pretend no one is watching, get ready to cha cha... [more]
04/10/2014 - 12/10/2014
On a bright - and hopefully sunny – spring Sunday, Brisbane residents will rise and shine early, strapping on their ... [more]
Good things come in threes and Raw Paw Paw is the latest addition to the Venzin Group's Paw Paw portfolio of cafe go... [more]
Set in one of Melbourne's most eclectic and unique spaces, Thousand £ Bend, The Bend and Snap Markets are held on th... [more]
In such a consumption driven and wasteful world that we live in, some of the best things we could reuse or repurpose... [more]
Raphy's Espresso isn't a "hidden gem" and it's not 'nestled' anywhere nor is it 'tucked away.' It's bang smack in t... [more]
Now in it's 8th year, the Sydney Underground Film Festival (SUFF) has become an acclaimed cultural event, bookmarked b... [more]
04/09/2014 - 07/09/2014
The Bulimba Festival has solidified its reputation over the last four years as one of the best family friendly event... [more]
Brisbane's biggest street party is back with a revamped format in 2014, as the free outdoor music festival brings fa... [more]
23/08/2014 - 24/08/2014
The Green Papaya is one of those restaurants where you simply can't make up your mind what to order because everythi... [more]
Food trucks are definitely de rigueur in Brisbane right now. As one of the biggest 'food trends' of the last couple ... [more]
Vanuatu is a destination on many Australian's holiday radar. Almost all people who holiday here are likely to spend ... [more]
Dovetail on Overend found me before I found it, thanks to some clever Instagramming outreach before they opened earl... [more]
This June, Sydneysiders can experience the chills and thrills of snow and ice skating, ice slides and winter activitie... [more]
13/06/2014 - 13/07/2014
A glowing endorsement of Shucked Coffee House from a friend while combing through my Facebook news feed was all it t... [more]
Waking up on Saturday and heading up for some caffeinated indulgence and a good breakfast is something I'm sure not ... [more]
Sometimes only a burger will do and I'm here to tell you that you CAN have a big juicy burger without the guilt. For... [more]
There's a funky new cafe opened up among the industrial warehouses and auto workshops in Woolloongabba, and after a ... [more]
First up I'd like to mention that I'm not a paid Pita Pit ambassador although I may as well be. I absolutely love this... [more]
Sometimes you need a day trip where you can escape with limited fuss and return in the afternoon without hours of dr... [more]
Tweed heads and Coolangatta are not the only towns considered to be 'twin towns' which share the New South Wales and... [more]
It's difficult to say whether the experience I had with Chilliwow Mexican Cantina & Bar was evidence of growing pains,... [more]
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