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My husband and I run a small mixed farm on the Mornington Peninsula. You can check us out online at or in person at our fortnightly tours

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My WeekendNotes - 40
Melbourne is holding its first ever Gin festival this November. Juniperlooza will be held on the 28th and 29th of Novemb... [more]
28/11/2015 - 29/11/2015
The Briars Market is a weekly produce market that is launching on Tuesday the 20th of October. Yes, you read that right-... [more]
The Afterglow, written by Emily Stekly, and performed by Hannah Koch, is part of this year's Melbourne Fringe Festival. ... [more]
29/09/2015 - 03/10/2015
The annual Fire 'n' Friends Bonfire night is on again on Saturday 25th of October from 6pm. Held at Kerrie Hall (Kerrie)... [more]
The Body Beautiful In Ancient Greece is a stunning exhibition being presented by the British Museum in collaboration wit... [more]
02/08/2014 - 09/11/2014
On Saturday the 25th of October, I know where I am going to be. Between 1 and 6pm The Last Jar will be transformed into ... [more]
Undressed: 350 Years Of Underwear In Fashion is an exhibition currently showing at the Bendigo Art Gallery. It's a tempo... [more]
19/07/2014 - 26/10/2014
The Bendigo Art Gallery is impressive, both in its size, and in the quality of its collections. It currently has two tem... [more]
The Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre is a newly opened 50m pool incredibly close to Frankston Centre. Of course, ... [more]
Last weekend I learnt to make soap from Jude Steele of Olieve & Olie. She runs intimate workshops on the Mornington Peni... [more]
Sustainable House Day is coming up again on the 7th and 14th of September. Yes, you read that right: this year Sustainab... [more]
11/08/2014 - 15/08/2014
Have you wondered where the electric car went? Or thought about a future where you can drive past the petrol pump with c... [more]
The Trash Pack are coming to Luna Park, Melbourne. Yeah. That's right. So if you're looking for a way to entertain your ... [more]
The Peninsula Hot Springs are a well known tourist destination on the Mornington Peninsula. They're located in Fingal, w... [more]
Cafe Koula is a great place to go if you're ever around Northcote at lunchtime. If the weather is fine then you can sit ... [more]
It's well and truly Spring now, and with the weather beginning to warm, most gardens are thriving. The grass is requirin... [more]
On Monday the 23rd of September there is a wonderful opportunity to get completely hyped on sugar. Er...I mean slurpee..... [more]
The authors of the fabulous Sustainable Table and Seasonal Regional books are launching their inaugural 'Give a Fork!' c... [more]
I was invited to attend a soy candle making workshop at Gasworks Art Park last weekend. I have to admit, I was pretty ex... [more]
Chubby Buddies is the sort of place that I love to review because it's not what you expect. I found it with my Mum on on... [more]
La Porchetta is a well known institution throughout Australia, but the Coolangatta restaurant has a few special offers t... [more]
The Piers Festival is the perfect outing for the Sunday after Australia Day. It's free, it starts at 2pm so you've plent... [more]
Fed Square is, in my opinion, a pretty awesome place. Yes, it's ugly. Yes, it's noisy. It's hot in Summer, and cold in W... [more]
Red Hill Community Market, run by Craft Markets Australia, is on the first Saturday of each month during the warmer part... [more]
Meet The Substation. A not-for-profit community based Arts Centre, that has plenty happening. You can see everything fro... [more]
Amigos is a chain of mexican restaurants, common throughout Melbourne, including one on Lygon St, reviewed here, and Acl... [more]
Tickets for The Ballarat Beer Festival are on sale again. After the rousing success of 2012 you don't want to miss out. ... [more]
If you've followed my other articles, you'll already know that there's a lot going on at South Melbourne Commons. A few ... [more]
Don't get too excited, they aren't giving out free bottles. Well, not unless you count their buy one get one free deals.... [more]
So here's the thing: gyms are expensive!!! And the only way to get a cheaper rate seems to be signing up for a long time... [more]
There's a new community garden coming to town on October the 12th. I mean right into the centre of town! The Pop... [more]
St Vincent Gardens, nestled between streets of gorgeous terrace houses in South Melbourne, seems to have it all. It's di... [more]
Lord of the Fries are best known for their twice fried chips, made from Aussie potatoes, and their burgers that taste so... [more]
At 237 High St, Northcote is a gem of a bookshop. Brown and Bunting Booksellers are a special second hand bookshop. ... [more]
The Pantry is an organic food coop, located at South Melbourne Commons. The idea of a food coop is that they buy produce... [more]
Australian actor Geoffrey Rush's latest offering to the world of Broadway arrives in Melbourne on the 19th of October. '... [more]
19/10/2012 - 25/11/2012
Let Me Be Frank (Frank) is a newly opened cafe at South Melbourne Commons. They're the little sister of Zappa's, also in... [more]
Tacos will be available from a food van, and drinks available at the bar. Trivia questions will be provided, but you wil... [more]
20/10/2012 - 20/09/2012
South Melbourne Commons is a project run by Friends of the Earth, in conjuction with the Father Bob Maguire Foundation. ... [more]
Innocuously situated on Little Lonsdale St, between Russel and Exhibition, this restaurant is a centrally located laksa ... [more]