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Writer Rank: 51
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Readers: 63550
Subscribers: 37
Articles: 146
Comments: 17
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My WeekendNotes - 146
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People are going to think that I have a bit of a thing for car parks, and in a way that is true, there nothing worse tha... [more]
 
Melbourne has many layers; its gems are often hidden from sight, but when found, give delight. The Spring Street Cheese ... [more]
If you're a gardener looking for a day out and on the hunt for something special to adorn your garden, Shades of Gray ma... [more]
03/11/2018 - 16/12/2018
Fat Bob's has been around for some time but has only gotten better over time. A friendly and edgy restaurant that cater... [more]
Tucked at the behind the Chelsea shopping strip facing the rear laneway, not far from the Woolworth's Supermarket, "Litt... [more]
Frankston is not a place I normally associate with fine dinning and adventurous cuisine. However, Geonbae has proved oth... [more]
Naughty Nuris Warune offers a fusion of Balinese, American and Mexican cuisine. There is a sense of fun that you don't o... [more]
Wandering around Melbourne trying to find somewhere special to cap off a unique night? Then N2 is worth seeking out for... [more]
Tetsujin is a Japanese restaurant located on the on the Level 4 of the Emporium Melbourne. If you are visiting Melbourn... [more]
Perry Como Cafe is one of a new breed of Cafe & Wines Bars that have become so popular. Beginning at 7 am weekdays or 8 ... [more]
A weekend drive punctuated by wine, fine food, and a walk. No better way to spend time with someone special or friends a... [more]
This cafe is delightful and suits all occasions and all ages. It has both a large inside dining and alfresco in a casual... [more]
Play Central is a big bold and colourful indoor playground, three stories high and nowhere an adult cannot safely follow... [more]
Mezzo Italian Restaurant & Pizzeria is in Elizabeth St near the corner of Lonsdale St, not very far from Her Majesty's... [more]
Located in Bay St, between the beach and the railway line just outside the main shopping street in Brighton, this lovely... [more]
Recently an exhibition in Canberra at the National Gallery of Australia entitled "Arthur Boyd: Agony and Ecstasy" closed... [more]
05/12/2014 - 15/01/2015
Ever wondered what you could do on a Saturday afternoon with the family now that the footy season is over but you don't ... [more]
Newly opened in Moridalloc, Tommy Ruff Fish Bar, is afish and chip shop with a difference. Dine in or take away, this f... [more]
The name Madame Brussels can mean different things to different people, which is something I discovered during "Open Hou... [more]
26/07/2014 - 27/07/2014
There's a newly opened eatery in Mentone, called the Huff Bagelry that's worth paying a visit, to either eat in or take ... [more]
I had read about the Caboose Canteen as a place with exotic beers and great food, I wasn't sure how it would be for br... [more]
The Yarra Footbridge links the Flinders St Station to Southgate and is located on the Yarra between the Princes and th... [more]
"The steps of Flinders Street Station beneath the railway clocks are a traditional meeting place at the south-west corne... [more]
A craft workshop where kids can make their own wands or pirate hat, something to do during the winter holidays to keep t... [more]
30/06/2014 - 04/07/2014
It's the second week of the school holidays and you are wondering how to keep the kids amused, particularly if the weath... [more]
07/07/2014 - 11/07/2014
It's cold and wet and your wondering what to do with the kids that wont break the bank. Why not visit the Dandenong Lib... [more]
30/06/2014 - 10/07/2014
Newly opened in Frankston The Grove Train has opened in Frankston, replacing the "Ha'penny Bridge Irish Pub and Res... [more]
Newly opened - Trade Secret has come to Frankston and is located at 10 Shannon Street, and there are great deals to be h... [more]
Carrum Beach is part of what is known as the Carrum Foreshore Precinct. The Beach itself has been rated by the Surf Lif... [more]
Carrum Railway Station was opened on 1 August 1882, and is a premium station on the Frankston Line. As a Premium S... [more]
Ariake Japanese Restaurant is a small unassuming restaurant, tucked away in the Patterson Lakes Shopping Centre. ... [more]
Located on Nepean Highway, just opposite the Carrum Station Trax 627 is a very modern cafe restaurant, that has been... [more]
I had heard and read about "The Little French Deli" some time ago and as I was driving down Nepean Highway I noticed th... [more]
A wonderful photo exhibition of an Australian music icon - Paul Kelly. He has won nine ARIA Awards during his career, ... [more]
23/05/2014 - 20/07/2014
There is a whole world out there for walking, but sometimes access can be somewhat difficult if you are in wheelchair ... [more]
Nocturnal Arts After Dark is running again in 2014! The Event will be made up of the following events:- The Noctu... [more]
03/06/2014 - 13/06/2014
I visited the site of this cafe in March expecting to find Periwinkles but instead was confronted with a disturbing "Ope... [more]
The Pines Flora and Fauna Reserve is a sharp contrast to the George Pentland Botanic Gardens with its manicured gardens ... [more]
KPMG House is at 161 Collins Street and is an 11 story building that has a very interesting interior space - a place to ... [more]
I first reviewed this cafe when it first opened its doors in 2014. Always on the hunt for new exciting cafes tucked away... [more]
The official opening of The Library at The Dock will be on 31 May 2014. It's a magnificent building - 3 floors - ... [more]
31/05/2014
Last time I visited this cafe it was called Lulu's Cafe, but hospitality is a fast moving industry so I shouldn't have b... [more]
Spectacular food and service. It's not much to look at from the outside but don't be fooled; the food is delicious and y... [more]
I am always on the lookout for interesting things to listen to while gardening or taking a walk. For the last few ... [more]
15/05/2014 - 13/08/2014
On the 5th April the new William Blake exhibition opened at the National Galley of Victoria (NGV). The NGV has a larg... [more]
05/04/2014 - 31/08/2014
Giovanni Battista Piranesi was born in 1720 in Rome and lived in all his life in Italy. He died in 1778 and is still... [more]
01/04/2014 - 31/05/2014
The newly opened Crystal Grill Chinese Restaurant is not the traditional Chinese restaurant that we have become so famil... [more]
Nestled at one end of the Warren Road shops and easily identifiable by the bright yellow umbrella. The Soho Coffee... [more]
Outdoor art can be used for many things and found in many places, and often pops up in unexpected places. I came across... [more]
While investigating a lane full of street art in Frankston I came across a small sign announcing a second hand book stor... [more]
The name for this cafe is a little unusual and I never actually got to the bottom of why it was called "Monkey Can Fly".... [more]
I had heard Argentinian meat cooked on an open grill was to die for, but I wasn't really convinced it could be that good... [more]
Part of the large Festival that is running from Friday 17 January - Saturday 29 March at various locations and times aro... [more]
15/03/2014
This restaurant is delightful, and presentation of the cuisine is very pleasing, not to mention delicious, when consumed... [more]
This is a very enjoyable film without the usual hype of Hollywood - there are no car chases, violence and/or sex. I... [more]
Book stores are a dying breed, so I was delighted when I stumbled across this little gem of a secondhand bookshop - "Pag... [more]
'On Looking: Eleven Walks with Expert Eyes' by Alexandre Horowitz is an intriguing book, which I loved after listening t... [more]
I had always thought that when eating Indian food you had to eat a lot of rice. It's not that I don't like rice it'... [more]
This little cafe has been opened for 4 years and proudly but quietly sits on Nepean Hwy, Seaford. It's easy to miss if y... [more]
Blu Restaurant is located in the Harbour Plaza, which is on Thompson Road and is part of the larger Patterson Lakes Shop... [more]
I came across the Bike Park when walking down Flinders St, and was struck by6 what a great idea it was. Secure Pa... [more]
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