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Julie is a writer and traveller, based in Melbourne, and the author of a series of guidebooks, including Melbourne's Best Bush Bay and City Walks (2011), 'Best Walks of Geelong, the Bellarine & the Brisbane Ranges' and 'Melbourne for Dogs'. Her walks blog, with details of her guidebooks and other (mis)adventures is at and her global travel blog can be found at

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Writer Rank: 22
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Articles: 178
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My WeekendNotes - 178
Okay, as we see in the new year, there was a lot to celebrate about 2012 (unless your name was Lance Armstrong). We had... [more]
You know you've arrived in Paris when you walk up the sweeping staircase from Gare de Lyon into the extraordinary surr... [more]
I have just had a week's touristing in London with a son on crutches. London, it has to be said, is not particularly dis... [more]
No, seriously. It's a great idea! Really. In fact, there are nothing but good things to say about walking in the wint... [more]
Possibly the most romantic and easy journey in the UK is to be had on the Caledonian Sleeper Train. Travelling the len... [more]
This super-fast, super-easy and super-delicious poppy seed cake is a favourite in our house. Light, tasty and with a un... [more]
It's a tough decision: what's more appealing? The super tactile fun of making your own cards, gift-wrapping and station... [more]
After the fantastic rain we have had this year, Victoria's gardens are more lush than they have been in decades - litera... [more]
Roaring oceans, sea cliffs, iconic surf beaches, coastal heathlands, remote bush tracks, seaside promenades, remote ... [more]
Ever fancied the idea of being waited on hand and foot as you gently rocked your way through the crystal blue seas o... [more]
So, with baited breath, my kids have been watching and waiting, as the Carlisle Street shop front of the new Yo Chi Froz... [more]
Melbourne is spoiled for choices when it comes to gorgeous walks beside a river - for of course Melbourne is built on th... [more]
Surely there is nothing worse than dragging your swollen feet and befuddled jet-lagged head around the glaring duty free... [more]
Inspired by Masterchef? Do your kids talk about 'plating up' instead of serving dinner? Finding yourself experimenting... [more]
Bushwalking Victoria, the umbrella group representing more than 8000 walkers and their clubs, are all about encourag... [more]
The ever popular 1000 Steps (Kokoda Memorial) Walking Track in Ferntree Gully, at the base of the Dandenongs, is so popu... [more]
Okay, so the kids have outgrown High-FIve and the Make-A-Mask and woodworking activities you used to take them to, but y... [more]
Who doesn't love a break from the city? There's nothing like getting out to the country to clear the cobwebs. For a week... [more]
Okay, wandering around the average Melbourne suburb, it's hard to imagine that there are hills big enough to pose a chal... [more]
A bit bored with the usual tourist attractions in Melbourne? Feeling like you've 'been there, done that'? For the days w... [more]
As much as I love Melbourne, sometimes I just need to get out of the urban jungle, but might only have a half day to spa... [more]
Tucked away behind shipwrights, in Ann Street, Williamstown, just near the sea, is a tiny, nondescript old bluestone bui... [more]
Sometimes your city dog just needs to roam free like the inner-wolf s/he really is. Melbourne's dog owners are spoilt f... [more]