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My WeekendNotes - 166
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Looking to leave the big smoke far behind? Sydneysiders are spoilt for choice when it comes to packing a bag and hitting... [more]
Looking for a Sydney Escape? We sit in a fortunate location, being spoilt for choice when it comes to routes to roadtrip... [more]
There's nothing like time away from the big smoke, and Sydney sits in a prime spot in NSW when it comes to choosing wher... [more]
"Head out on the highway. Looking for adventure..." Does this sing to you? There's nothing like time away from the bi... [more]
 
Brought to you by the guy who started Foodies in Sans Souci, is Cup & Cook in another waterside 'burb, this time Kyle Ba... [more]
Seeing the Peter Rabbit movie the other afternoon was a trip down memory lane, but with a modern flavour. Director Will ... [more]
Hidden away in the Canada Bay Club is a lavish Chinese restaurant of 30 years. It makes an ideal place to relax and get ... [more]
The other day in Cronulla my friend took me to try "the place with the really nice sandwiches" for brunch, and I concur.... [more]
Local Shire legend Grind has a fifteen year history of feeding caffeine cravings, but only recently has it taken the plu... [more]
Sparkling river views, bright modern space, and refined foodie experience. Be witness to this waterside dining hub besid... [more]
A beautiful sunny morning saw a relaxing, healthy brunch down in HAM Cronulla the other day. A family-run cafe and deli,... [more]
A recently discovered hole-in-the-wall, this tiny, overlooked coffee shop has taken me by surprise. Several returns late... [more]
Stop and unwind at Common Ground Kitchen, tucked away on a corner of Hurstville Westfield. The coffeehouse offers a comf... [more]
In the heart of Cronulla is a soulful little cafe with a colourful menu. This menu is delicious, fresh and also super he... [more]
Did someone say a dog festival? Full of little woofers and a range of woof-themed attractions? A furry fun day out is co... [more]
24/06/2017
Nothing like a piping-hot bowl of goodies drenched in umami broth, each sip and slurp packed with flavour. While coined ... [more]
One and a half hour's drive from Sydney sits Norah Head on the Central Coast, a seaside breather from the big smoke. The... [more]
Hurstville is a hub of authentic Chinese cuisine with each noodle house I've discovered so far delivering a flavour expl... [more]
Between Bayview Hill and Nielsen Park in the Eastern suburbs of Sydney you will find a gem of a coastal walk. The Hermit... [more]
I'm slowly but surely eating my way through the many cafes that Glebe has on offer. Next to tick off the list is the cut... [more]
For a digital detox and break from the big smoke of Sydney, I ventured 1.5 hours south to Mount Keira in the Illawarra. ... [more]
Beneath the towering coastal trees of Norah Head we found The Ark, a bustling and vibrant cafe luring in locals and tour... [more]
What wasn't to love about Maximilians during our stay at The Beachcomber Hotel in Toukley? It's right on the shores of t... [more]
Want to go to the beach but it's a bit too far from where you are in the heart of the city? Don't sweat! Well, that may ... [more]
04/01/2017 - 22/01/2017
Every now and then we come across little phrases like "A healthy body means a healthy mind" and "eat well, live well" wh... [more]
18/02/2018 - 19/02/2017
The festive season may have passed but Sydney is still aglow with festivities. Every January our city is taken over by t... [more]
Two little Sydneysiders on holiday in Toukley ventured over to The Entrance one afternoon and stumbled upon a humble lun... [more]
Picture this: you're sitting in a convivial French restaurant, indulging in garlic-coated Escargot, one delicious snail ... [more]
On the Western reaches of Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park, you'll find one of the most scenic coastal views in Sydney. W... [more]
One of the pinnacles of life at Sydney University would have to be regular visits down the road to The Royal. What's so ... [more]
Back in 1980, a cafe full of bliss was founded in Milton on the South Coast, which then branched out to a beautiful loca... [more]
Sadhana Kitchen is a laid-back vegan cafe on the streets of Enmore that set the scene for a little girlie brunch a coupl... [more]
Ever heard of vegan sushi? A farfetched concept, I know. Reinventing the traditional Japanese rice-rolls we all know and... [more]
In the heart of the quiet, waterside suburb of Kyle Bay sits a quaint, gourmet restaurant that always seems to be a hub ... [more]
For six weekends across the transition from winter to spring, the pristine Muogamarra National Park welcomes you to tak... [more]
13/08/2016 - 18/09/2016
I always enjoy a simple, nourishing brunch, especially in a relaxing place like Spoonful Cafe & Living in Neutral Bay. I... [more]
You may have heard of Simmer on the Bay, an upmarket function space on the water in Walsh Bay. Providing an inspirationa... [more]
Honestly, Penshurst was never a place that sprung to mind when brainstorming where to brunch. Thanks to a friend who'd e... [more]
On a chilly winter afternoon in the tranquil suburb of Oatley, my friend and I became princesses for a while as we brunc... [more]
The passionate foodies at The Pepper Tree threw together some cuppas and a couple of their prided modern meals for our l... [more]
About 70 kilometres south of Sydney you'll find Thirroul, one of a series of towns fringed by the Pacific Ocean on one s... [more]
Looking for a walk to unwind with, but not to bush-bash or travel far from the city? Let me suggest Cremorne Point Circu... [more]
Not too long ago I passed a quaint Wollongong eatery with a fun but ambiguous name. Intrigued, I soon came to find that ... [more]
There is nothing like hugging a steamy bowl of miso soup in your hands while being warmed from the inside when it's cold... [more]
Tea-lovers will be deligh-tea-d to find little Topo Tea tucked away in the heart of Chinatown. Just a market stall for y... [more]
Sydney CBD is always on the go. Sometimes it's nice to step back from the crowd of commuters, especially when you're a s... [more]
I'm addicted to those Laksa flavoured Cup-a-Soups, but there's no comparison to an authentic spice-infused Laksa that ta... [more]
Coastal walks can be a workout but they can also soothe the soul and have you invigorated for the week ahead. Bundeena, ... [more]
Tequila anyone? You may or may not have grown an unsettling association with the Mexican agave drink in your party days,... [more]
I adore anything with a little mystery and intrigue. This is why I was pleasantly surprised by my discovery of some rath... [more]
10/04/2016 - 24/04/2016
Day-trips are great for locals and tourists alike. They offer a change of pace, change of scenery, and are a refreshing ... [more]
A cheap, unpretentious Asian restaurant with fast service was just what I was wanted for lunch last Friday - a cool, ove... [more]
Welcome to Bonnie Vale Camp, the quintessential spot for seaside camping. It lies on the outskirts of Sydney and is the ... [more]
Yet to hit Sydney shores is a unique Tokyo-based burger chain known as MOS burgers. You don't quite have to venture to J... [more]
Pron Prohm has been bringing the taste of Thailand to Concord for 31 years. Owner Dilok Thamrak has embodied the essence... [more]
How would you show the world how you feel about a concern or concept close to your heart? Each year dedicated HSC Visual... [more]
05/02/2016 - 06/11/2016
A swim in the ocean always does a world of good. It leaves you feeling refreshed, healthier and happier. Really, there a... [more]
Who doesn't love delicious Asian delicacies? They are definitely one of my weaknesses, which is why I was just a little ... [more]
The Sapphire Coast certainly lives up to its name. With sparkling blue seas, charming countryside, and quaint towns you ... [more]
Every once in a while a venue in Sydney is taken over by anime-enthusiasts and lovers of 'neko', which is Japanese for c... [more]
04/03/2016
The beautiful vale of Bendeela was a most blissful weekend escape from Sydney. Right on the banks of the Kangaroo River,... [more]
Being by the sea is my idea of a perfect summer day. The six-kilometre coastal walk linking the famous Bondi and Coogee ... [more]
We're still in the wake of a brand new year, and for many, that list of resolutions is still in mind. Whether or not we'... [more]
Hurstville is a hot-spot for cheap, filling, aromatic Asian food. Ticked off the list of restaurants here that had been ... [more]
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