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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 http://www.foodlit.com.au and her Spring, 91-Day Feel-Good Food Blog at http://blog.foodlit.com.au. Also contact via link below.

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Writer Rank: 14
veteran writer
Readers: 243365
Subscribers: 175
Articles: 240
Comments: 132
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My WeekendNotes - 240 - Page 4
Victoria is often referred to as The Garden State with very good reason, and the lesser-known Royal Botanic Gardens Cra... [more]
Digger's is a garden club like no other. Not into gardening? Don't worry – and don't stop reading. The Digger's Club's h... [more]
It's been around for thousands of years for very good reason. Yoga is about much more than the stereotypical view of tw... [more]
I love nothing more than meandering down a vibrant street dotted with cafes, interesting people and shops on a lazy Sund... [more]
Beautiful Bayside, skirting Port Phillip Bay, is well known not only for its beaches, but also for its many significant ... [more]
It's easy to accumulate endless amounts of stuff which we don't use. Clearing out brings a bunch of great benefits, incl... [more]
I love the beach in the cooler months. Not only do you not have to jostle with crowds for a car park, the rugged-up soli... [more]
There are a couple of truly idyllic little hideaways in our lovely state. One of them is the Churchill Island Heritage F... [more]
Get ready for a good dose of the creeps. If you're a fan of hair-raising horror, you need to take this two-hour walking ... [more]
Love your morning coffee or that lift-me-up-latte in the afternoon? I sure do and most Melburnians seem to love it too. ... [more]
Need a little winter inspiration? Got a creative itch just waiting to be scratched? Then a meander through a designated ... [more]
Are You Sports Mad? Ever wondered what happens behind the scenes at your favourite sporting venues? Then this one's ... [more]
Café culture, while pumping north of the Yarra particularly in Gertrude Street and Fitzroy Street, is hotting up in Bays... [more]
The wonders of nature never cease to amaze. The Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves, while technically man-made construct... [more]
When's the last time you went to - or had your very own - dinner party? For most people it's been a long time. Why? Good... [more]
History, elegance and charm abound at Sunbury's Rupertwood Mansion, just a short 30-minute drive from the city along the... [more]
Transport yourself to the fishing villages of Greece – albeit minus the water – amidst the cafés and restaurants of Oakl... [more]
It's fun for young and old at Rain, Hayne and Shine Farmyard in Balnarring, just over an hour from Melbourne on the Morn... [more]
Most of us love catching up with good friends over coffee or, better still, over lunch or dinner. Well, why not go to a ... [more]
Love reading? Or maybe regular get-togethers to ‘supposedly’ discuss the book you’re all ‘supposed’ to have read over th... [more]
A relatively new concept, Kids at the Arts Centre is a fabulous program of activities exposing kids aged between 3 and 1... [more]
Melburnians have the opportunity to fall in love with contemporary art at the 2010 Melbourne Art Fair. Anyone from the s... [more]
04/08/2010
The beautiful Mornington Peninsula, just over an hour's drive from Melbourne, provides endless opportunities to sip, sup... [more]
Grab your enviro-friendly shopping bags – or maybe a trolley for filling with fabulous fare! South Melbourne Market is p... [more]
Many of our city's public buildings have a rich and fascinating history. The Melbourne City Baths, amidst it's first-cla... [more]
Have you been The Tesselaar Tulip Festival? If the answer's yes, you've probably already pencilled it in. If the answer ... [more]
16/09/2009
Okay, I confess. I'm pretty weak when faced with well-made French pastries or cakes – and absolutely hopeless when faced... [more]
I think picnics are under-rated. They're free, fun and a fabulous way to unwind and enjoy our great outdoors. One of my ... [more]
This is indeed a picnic of gastronomic proportions. The Age Harvest Picnic at Hanging Rock brings together over 100 Vict... [more]
28/02/2010
Parlez vous Francais? Come stai? Guten morgen! If you don't 'entiende' (understand) what I'm on about, then maybe its ti... [more]
It's amazing what little treasures you can find tucked away in the suburbs. This one's a gem. Schwerkolt Cottage is a f... [more]
Trendsetter or not, you just gotta love Chapel Street. The Windsor/Prahran end, say between Dandenong and Commercial Ro... [more]
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