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A freelance travel, health and lifestyle writer and qualified naturopath with work appearing in Voyeur (Virgin Airlines), International Traveller, Slow Living, Sydney Morning Herald (Traveller, Sunday Life, Domain, My Career, Life & Style & Essential Kids), Jetstar Asia, WellBeing, Nature & Health, the NZ Journal of Natural Medicine, Australian Natural Health, Sprout, Nourish, The New Daily, SBS, The Saturday Paper, The Good Pub Food Guide, Australian Family Magazine, The Big Bus Tour and Travel Guide, Travel Associates, Retirement Living Today and more.

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My WeekendNotes - 131
The trees sparkle in delectable shades of peach, plum and lemon or glitter like gold, amethyst and ruby. The weather i... [more]
No photograph can do it justice, nor prepare you for the magical sight of its sparkling countenance hovering in mega 3... [more]
This article is dedicated to two people: my brother, who could never afford an overseas holiday and passed away at the... [more]
Put aside at least one of the Ten Commandments on your visit to the Hunter Valley. Yes, Moses would have been disguste... [more]
From the age of five, we go to school, but does anyone ever teach us about life and how to live it? Or more importantl... [more]
You know you're in a different world before you get there. From the plane, there's an alluring vista of azure sea dott... [more]
Sydney can be a difficult place to make friends. One can feel the awful irony of being surrounded by thousands of peop... [more]
The romantic 18th Century writers Jane Austen and Lord Byron would have felt at home here. Gardeners will love the pla... [more]
Amongst tough competition, the Valley of the Waters National Pass trail has to be up there as one of the best walks of t... [more]
Keen to see the Van Gogh Alive immersion experience? Be sure to book soon. Due to popular demand, the Sydney exhibit... [more]
08/12/2022 - 26/02/2023
Want to shop for secondhand women's and children's clothes online? Or perhaps you have quality, mid-level brand clothi... [more]
.Spending time in gardens is good for our souls but sleeping overnight within them takes the experience to another level... [more]
01/04/2023 - 24/04/2023
Increase your food growing skills and knowledge The Edible Garden Trail offers a once-a-year unique opportunity to p... [more]
15/10/2022 - 16/10/2022
Just over the hill of the Blue Mountains, you can explore five lovely gardens in early March within the Hartley / Li... [more]
05/03/2022 - 06/02/2022
In what's been lauded as a once-in-a-lifetime event, a rare pink variety of Flannel Flower is blooming in the Blue Mou... [more]
For a chance to roam through Sydney's veggie gardens, learn about crop swapping, drought-tolerant garden methods, win ... [more]
Want to learn how to record, produce, mix or master music in small, intimate classes without the expense and time of a... [more]
If you're after something light and escapist, with flashy retro costumes, a dash of romance and mystery and a strong... [more]
I'm sitting by the pool. Birds caw, chuckle, coo and whistle in the surrounding bush, and the hens cluck pleasantly in... [more]
Country lovers and fans of the farm-to-plate approach to food, slot this date into your diary. With the cherries s... [more]
06/12/2019 - 15/12/2019
My mouth crunches through a rainbow of flavours and textures the crispy kale (who would have thought?) and spicy fri... [more]
For me, cycling through shining maples in the country under a fair blue sky trumps driving through traffic with hun... [more]
NSW might not have the same reputation for snorkelling as Western Australia's Ningaloo Reef or Queensland's Great Barr... [more]
At the time of writing, Sparadise (more affectionally known as the Japanese Bathhouse), remains the sole Japanese Onse... [more]
As the sky darkens over Sydney Harbour, we're waiting with a crowd of excited others at the Casino Wharf, Pyrmont. ... [more]
30/05/2017 - 17/06/2017
If you're lucky enough to be in the Blue Mountains on the second Sunday of the month, pop into Blackheath for the mont... [more]
Even those who aren't partial to visiting museums will have a fabulous time at the Versailles, Treasures of the Palace... [more]
29/03/2017 - 17/04/2017
For those who haven't yet had the chance, there are still a few weeks left to see the Palace of Versailles exhibition.... [more]
09/12/2016 - 17/04/2017
From the chic, upbeat sidewalk of Oxford street, Paddington, we enter the clinic. Spic, clean and decorated with plant... [more]
After a scenic detour from the main highway - through ferns and schlerophyll forest - one arrives at the Hastings Cave... [more]
Websites and blogs based on Wordpress themes are popular. Cheap and easy to purchase and download, they cost around ... [more]
Pic courtesy of oFarm." wrap="0" title="Ofarm Organic, Raw, Vegan Cafe and Grocery, Westfield Warringah, Sydney NSW" mar... [more]
Workshop facilitator, speaker and writer, SzeWing Yip-Vetault, could almost be a Goddess herself. Confident, poised an... [more]
Are you organising an event and looking for something delish, healthy and drool-worthy at the click of a mouse? L... [more]
For some community spirit and a touch of magic, head up the hill for the Winter Magic Festival at Katoomba, the Blue M... [more]
Just 50 kilometres west of Sydney, the Blue Mountains is one of Australia's most visited tourist destinations, popular... [more]
In this frenetically paced life, it's invaluable to stop and give time to nourishing ourselves and our inner journey. ... [more]
Celebrating sustainable, regional food, the annual Leura Harvest Festival is on this Sunday. It's a great excuse to ... [more]
Autumn provides an opportunity to see nature at its most dazzling with trees such as poplars, maples, oaks and plane t... [more]
Harmony Tatar" wrap="0" title="Sushi, Sushi With A Twist, Japanese food, Woollahra, Sydney " margin="5"] Love sushi, bu... [more]
From the welcoming twinkle of fairy lights on the verandah to the warm smile of the waitress, an experience at Delhi B... [more]
There's a moment as my eyes accustomed to CGI computer animation and Disney movies adjust. My six-turning-se... [more]
11/01/2016 - 30/01/2016
There's a moment of fear as I stare at the platform far away. An abyss of trees stretches between me and the other sid... [more]
You might be a college graduate or perhaps you're a parent looking at earning some additional money from home. Maybe y... [more]
Launceston might not immediately come to mind when planning a weekend away, but shrewd travelers should take a look at... [more]
Dressed in a bright orange jacket, it's no surprise that Angela Morrison is Vice-Chair of The Colour Society Australia... [more]
Does the question: "what do you want to do tonight?" fill you with angst and indecision? Does the TV fill the gap in y... [more]
Moments after arriving in Launceston, Angie has come face to face with peacocks, an echidna and a wallaby. This isn't ... [more]
When: Friday 10 April Sunday 19 April, 2015 As autumn approaches, those of you who love country scenery, flashy a... [more]
10/04/2015 - 19/04/2015
As you wander amidst the hiss and gush of flowing water, there's another sound that dominates the scenery. It's the co... [more]
As a local resident, I've been asked for restaurant recommendations so many times I decided I may as well write an a... [more]
It's not the first activity we think of when the season turns cold, but if you're not afraid of crowds, community wint... [more]
Game of Thrones returns but has winter come yet? April 6th will see a collective smile on the faces of Game of Th... [more]
Hailed as the 'jewel in the crown' of the Blue Mountains, classy, vintage style Leura Village is now as popular as nei... [more]
For a small fee of $20, you can partake in an abundance of spring joy at the Leura Gardens Festival, with access to ... [more]
05/10/2013 - 13/10/2013
Granite paths meander through the quiet greenery while bell-birds ring overhead. A turn here reveals a stunning walkwa... [more]
Few sights compare with a drift of sparkling bulbs after the dour months of winter. As the cold starts to thaw, it's... [more]
Nestled in the bohemian streets of Glebe one can find a little touch of Europe. Relocating from Balmain, La Boheme... [more]
This annual event is well attended and requires bookings. For example close to 3,500 people attended the festival over... [more]
The chill is in the air. Images of roasting fireplaces and flitting snowflakes are conjured from some ancient domain o... [more]
When: June to November 2013 Where: Bondi Beach Bondi Winter Magic Festival is back again for another season. ... [more]
Fabulous eye-catching destinations are in easy reach of Melbourne. Take your pick from hot springs and spa retreats to... [more]
For a newbie, the pleasure of visiting the Southern State of Australia can be fraught with mild anxiety. How does one ... [more]
Located upstairs from the Marlborough Hotel, "Miss Peaches" is the latest newcomer on the Newtown bar / food scene. ... [more]
In this age of affordable airfares and instant gratification, the road trip seems to have been relegated to an infer... [more]
With overworked Australians seeking refuge from busy lives and the increase of cheap overseas airfares, the spa resort... [more]
Amongst health conscious people and the media, there's always been more emphasis on naming fruit and vegetables with t... [more]
Book Review: The Good Life: What Makes a Life Worth Living Author: Hugh Mackay There was sure to be a back-lash ... [more]
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