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Radio presenter, business consultant and amateur foodie thriving on living life, loving moments and just being a cheeky girl at heart.

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My WeekendNotes - 70
Dust your boots off this Saturday night at the Melross Barn Dance - bucking bull rides, great country food and enter... [more]
The Garden Tap is a little gem hidden away in leafy North Turramurra on Sydney's North Shore. Combining the charm a... [more]
I recently took a road trip to a little town half-way between Bathurst and Oberon called O'Connell. O'Connell is ... [more]
When I'm working in the Sydney CBD, I have a few favourite bars that I head to for a business lunch or after work dr... [more]
Vietnamese cuisine is one of my favourites for a number of reasons: it's tasty, simple, each dish is packed with col... [more]
If you were just passing by Sake by the Argyle Steps in the The Rocks, you would be forgiven for not even taking a s... [more]
Wentworth Park is bound by Bridge Road, Wattle Street, William Henry Street and Wentworth Park Road in Ultimo. This l... [more]
"Chocolate is a true passion for Guylian…" Guylian is famous for their smooth velvety hazelnut praline seashells,... [more]
Sushi Yezeh is amongst the many Japanese dining options along Willoughby Road in Crows Nest. In addition to serving ... [more]
It was mid-morning and we were getting ready for a day of lazing about in the sun at Bronte Beach. Before hitting t... [more]
Most people are probably familiar with Bread Top by now, with franchises popping up all around Sydney. But have you... [more]
The Australian Youth Hotel is a beautifully restored pub tucked away in the quiet streets of Glebe (near Broadway Sh... [more]
Sydney's Opera Bar at Circular Quay is one of my favourite bars in the world. Where else can you watch the hustle a... [more]
The Phillip's Foote is a gem of a pub in The Rocks. When you enter the pub, it won't look like much more than 'ye o... [more]
"Our principles are simple. Exceptional organic flour, our own sour starter, extended proving times to enhance bread... [more]
Nielsen Park forms part of the Sydney Harbour National Park and is a spectacular family beach with outstanding harbo... [more]
The Murray Rose Pool (formerly known as Redleaf Pool) is one of Sydney's little gems, a harbourside enclosure perfec... [more]
Set on the south side of Bicentennial Park, Jubilee Park is a wonderful place to spend a weekend afternoon with ... [more]
Bub's Fish and Chips is a Nelson Bay institution and while at first glance it may not look like much, it's one o... [more]
I can't think of many better ways to spend a gorgeous sunny afternoon than enjoying a cold drink, some good bist... [more]
On a recent weekend away with my family, we stumbled upon Holberts Oyster Farm in Port Stephens. This was a... [more]
"The culture of Malaysia is best experienced through its vast array of culinary delights. In the heart of every ... [more]
"Steeped in the style of La Belle Époque, a legacy of her family's generations in Paris, Princess Coco's salon is a ... [more]
One of the things I really enjoy about teppanyaki is being able to watch the chef cook each dish, right before your ... [more]