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Now writing under Julia Svoice, Julia is a highly qualified, well-established food & lifestyle writer, former restaurateur & founder (and former Director) of professional writing business, Articul8. Now the Director of FoodLit, she has a long, very diverse writing history & a passion for good food culture, the land & inspired food language. See and her Spring, 91-Day Feel-Good Food Blog at Also contact via link below.

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My WeekendNotes - 242 - Page 2
Whether young, old or somewhere in between, most people love the sound of the legendary Carlos Santana. Well, you can gr... [more]
Food and wine tours just got even more exciting. While winery-hopping is a whole bunch of fun, winery-trotting, or meand... [more]
Who are the legends? Iconic Australians Vika & Linda Bull, Daryl Braithwaite, Ross Wilson and Mark Seymour, and thei... [more]
I only had the pleasure of discovering the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show for the first time a few years... [more]
30/03/2011 - 03/04/2011
Dig out your bangles and dress up in your frilly finest for the Karavan! International Gypsy Music Festival 2011. This... [more]
Dig out your bangles and dress up in your frilly finest for the Karavan! International Gypsy Music Festival 2011. This... [more]
Food, music and adventure are some of my favourite things in life. The Age Harvest Picnic at Hanging Rock, held on Sunda... [more]
Melburnians are lucky enough to live a short drive away from two of the state's premier food and wine regions, the Morni... [more]
Whether your thumb is green or just regular skin-coloured, a day out at Gardenworld in Braeside, just 40 or so minutes s... [more]
Swimming with dolphins is, without doubt, the experience of a lifetime - one not to think about doing some day, but one ... [more]
Chocolate lovers, prepare yourselves for an inner-city chocolate experience that will leave you with sweet memories – bo... [more]
Most of us are now familiar with Farmers' Markets. If not, I suggest you get to know a bit about them here because they ... [more]
The northeast of the state is renowned, amongst other things, for its fine food and wine. Lush valleys, fertile soils an... [more]
This popular little gem has been a true 'warung' for well over 20 years. A warung is a public, casual place to eat, ofte... [more]
Shake out the picnic rug, bring an appetite and head to The Age Spring Harvest Picnic at Werribee Park on Sunday 28th of... [more]
The Queenscliff Music Festival descends on the Bellarine Peninsula's picturesque shores on Friday 26th to Sunday the 28t... [more]
Federation Square explodes into colour and culture at this year's fifth Polish Festival, on this Sunday from 10am to 5pm... [more]
It's time to get your toe-tapping shoes on, with the Phillip Island Jazz Festival jazzing it up at the lovely Phillip Is... [more]
For lovers of murder mysteries – and for those who love an exciting night out with a difference – Murder on the Puffing ... [more]
Those with a palate for some of the state's finest food and wine will be heading to our most picturesque valley for Yarr... [more]
Grab a sun hat and some good friends or loved ones and leave your troubles behind! The Queenscliff Music Festival on the... [more]
Easter is nigh and maybe too the time to bring a few basics back to a special celebration at risk of being engulfed by c... [more]
Not a weekend goes by in Melbourne without a cultural festival to celebrate. Festival Indonesia explodes into vibrant co... [more]
A unique and fabulous new attraction, bound to become one of our state's most popular, has opened in beautiful Belgrave ... [more]
It's up, up and away (well, not literally away), but definitely up – 88 floors up to be exact. It's all aboard a lift th... [more]
Do you enjoy the arts? Are you inspired by innovation, creativity – or something a little out of the ordinary? Offering ... [more]
When's the last time you had fun? I mean real fun – just for fun! While Funfields in Whittlesea will have the kids whoop... [more]
Have you heard of the Melbourne Festival? I hadn't and wondered if we'd been blessed with another great Melbourne event.... [more]
See Mother Nature in all her magnificent glory at the world-famous Jenolan Caves, 75 minutes from Katoomba in the Blue M... [more]
If you – or anyone you know – have ever said you can't afford to go out and have fun, sorry, but it's a big lie. We live... [more]
Jive to some upbeat jazz or cruise to some very cool crooning at this year's Melbourne International Jazz Festival. ... [more]
The Studley Park Boathouse in Kew combines some of life's loveliest pleasures. It's nestled amongst beautiful bushland t... [more]
Time out. It's a wonderful thing in what seems to be a faster, busier world. There's something special about art and nat... [more]
Getting in amongst nature of the cutest kind – with the littlies or without – is a fabulous way to enjoy a relaxing day ... [more]
There are markets galore in our fair city, with each one bringing something unique to Melbourne and its people. Prahran ... [more]
Spring has sprung. It's time to bung on some gardening clothes and get out in the sun. Don't have a green thumb? Are you... [more]
Whether you’re a well-published writer, an occasional scribbler with a book busting to get out, or you simply love the w... [more]
When's the last time you went to 'the show'? Many haven't been to the Royal Melbourne Show since they were kids. Others ... [more]
With tough liquor laws challenging many of Melbourne's music venues in recent times, it's encouraging to discover that a... [more]
Olives are an acquired taste. You’ve either acquired the taste or not – yet! Either way, there is an inspiring day t... [more]
Love to sip and sup some of the world’s best wines and food? Who doesn’t! The Hunter Valley’s month-long celebration of ... [more]
The weather's fine and now's the time to get active. When's the last time you rode a bike? For some, their bike is like ... [more]
If you seriously love good food (and who doesn't?), I seriously suggest re-scheduling any prior arrangements to make roo... [more]
You think you know your own neighbourhood like the back of your hand? I thought I did. After living in the same neighbou... [more]
Care for a taste of the sweet life? Then La Dolce Vita is for you. Held on November 14th and 15th in the beautiful King ... [more]
Being an adult has its benefits – but it sure has its challenges too. In the serious adult world of responsibilities, ca... [more]
Given TV and technology are kings of the entertainment arena for many, it's easy to forget some of the games many of us ... [more]
Fancy celebrating our state's fabulous wines and associated joys on one of the most glorious coastlines in the country? ... [more]
This year Anzac Day falls on a Sunday, with the following Monday the 26th a national public holiday. Anzac Day comme... [more]
When was the last time you went to ‘the show’, which is what most of us grew up calling it as kids? For many adults, the... [more]
It's time to spring into spring - well almost - with the Herald Sun Home Show & Garden Expo Bursting with ideas and insp... [more]
Many people here the word 'meditate' and conjure up weird and wonderful images of sitting in contortionist positions and... [more]
Like to liven up your latte with a cultural experience amidst some fascinating contemporary art? Fancy a spot of boutiqu... [more]
Fancy a fabulous feast washed down by some of the Gold Coast’s best wines amidst superb scenery? If that sounds like you... [more]
Hands up if you love cheese? Not the stuff you find in the supermarket, but specialty cheese made by small, artisan prod... [more]
So, what exactly is a degustation dinner? The term 'degustation', according to Wikipedia, is a French culinary term "mea... [more]
It’s time to get your hiking boots on. The weather’s ideal and the Sunshine Coast Great! Walk through the Blackall Range... [more]
Art and culture lovers, get your walking shoes on! Sydney's Self-Guided Arts Discovery Trail meanders through the heart ... [more]
Got anything on tomorrow night? Hope not because the Herald Sun Camberwell Rotary Art Show is poised to inspire and upli... [more]
Time to put your thinking caps on for a free public lecture series in the spirit of philosophical questioning – with a c... [more]
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