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My WeekendNotes - 125
It's time for another listing of those fairs, faires, fayres, carnivals, melees and other festivities that celebrate the... [more]
What do you like to do on holiday? Visit tropical islands? Go snorkelling, scuba diving or whale watching? How about ... [more]
If you're looking for a drink, a snack, a casual meal or just a good coffee with a sea view then the South Eastern Baysi... [more]
Clustered along both banks of the Duck River in far northwestern Tasmania is the town of Smithton, the largest centre in... [more]
In the dusty-red outback plains of central west New South Wales is the Mount Grenfell Historic Site. Here you can see s... [more]
There's no doubt our farmers are doing it really tough at the moment across a wide swathe of the country. Llittle water... [more]
Ever wished that it was easy to take your dog on holiday? That there might be places where there are walks aplenty, thi... [more]
Winter is truffle hunting season. Not the kind of truffles that you find in chocolate shops but the pungent, delicio... [more]
Do you have a musical instrument tucked away somewhere around the house? Maybe you have vocal talents that have been re... [more]
06/05/2018 - 22/07/2018
There is lots to love about cacti, not the least of which is their low maintenance, oh-so-sustainable lifestyle. They'r... [more]
13/04/2018 - 14/04/2018
Environmentally conscious? Looking for ways you can reduce, reuse, recycle and live more sustainably? Want your kids to... [more]
If you love books, are in need of some holiday reading or something to entertain you while on the train or bus, waiting ... [more]
04/05/2018 - 06/05/2018
Easter egg hunts are a big favourite with the kids and Melbourne has quite a few happening this Easter. They are very p... [more]
If you're looking something completely different to do on a summer weekend, then ObstaSplash Tasmania could be just the ... [more]
24/02/2018 - 25/02/2018
In sunny far Northern Victoria, just off the Murray Valley Highway in Strathmerton, you can find one of the State's more... [more]
Victoria hosts several fruit and nut festivals around the state over the next few months which perfectly capture the spi... [more]
11/03/2017 - 07/05/2017
The countdown to Christmas is on which has left me racking my brain for ideas for gifts for the kids in the family a... [more]
On Sunday 18 December Mossvale Market "A Day Out at Mossvale" will be held in Mossvale Park from 9.00am until 3.00pm. Wi... [more]
Should you ever have considered a tree change, Loch is the kind of place you might imagine moving to. Surrounde... [more]
November in Melbourne's West offers some totally fun and interesting events from markets through workshops, tours and sp... [more]
03/11/2016 - 20/11/2016
If you're a gamer, involved in the games industry, looking to develop a career in gaming or just want to learn a little ... [more]
29/10/2016 - 07/11/2016
By almost any form of statistics, there are a large amount of dogs in Melbourne. So it follows that there are a lot... [more]
If you take an interest in environmental issues you'll want to come along to the Sea Shepherd Ocean Defence Tour at Seaw... [more]
At 295 hectares, Braeside Park would have to be one of the bigger parks in suburban Melbourne. It's yet another spo... [more]
The Medieval Melee to be held in Coraki on Saturday 6th August from 10.00am until late sounds like a very fine way to sp... [more]
Taking small detours when travelling can result in some amazing discoveries. Having followed a sign promising an histor... [more]
This October is GOLF MONTH when golf facilities all over Australia will be offering a whole range of activities designed... [more]
01/10/2016 - 31/10/2016
There's no need to go to South America in order to get up close and personal with these gentle creatures. You can find ... [more]
In Winter there's a little less warmth and light than we're used to so the 2016 RE/MAX Advantage Illuminations Festival ... [more]
It's a long weekend so there's three glorious days to go and explore, perhaps see places and do things you haven't done ... [more]
You may think that woodturning is mostly about bowls and possibly even chair legs. It's not necessarily so. The Austr... [more]
17/06/2016 - 19/06/2016
There's something very attractive about large machinery whether you're a small kid or a big one. At the City of Gold Co... [more]
Often we don't pay much attention to the many attractions in our own backyard. For example, I had only vaguely noticed a... [more]
In Prom Country (that would be Wilson's Promontory) the lovely town of Fish Creek is holding its renowned Tea Cosy Festi... [more]
14/05/2016 - 22/05/2016
If you enjoy events bursting with colour and fun, then Knitfest 2016 could be just the thing for you. To be held in the... [more]
10/06/2016 - 12/06/2016
In the bayside suburb of Black Rock resides a lovely chocolate-focussed shop which, while being one of Hahndorf's Fine C... [more]
It's not only Melbourne's weather that's surprising. These pieces of dragon art adorn the entry to Norstar Steel Recyle... [more]
On Saturday evenings from 9 January to 27 February the return of Rhythm of Africa nights offer an opportunity to combine... [more]
09/01/2016 - 27/02/2016
Queen Victoria Market, AKA the Queen Vic, Vic Market and QVM is one of our best known Melbourne icons. Generations of M... [more]
The Sunshine Short Film Festival is on again on Friday 30th October at Village Cinemas in Sunshine. With the theme of "... [more]
A long, long time ago, in the early 20th century in fact, the local residents in Footscray lobbied for a park like, you ... [more]
The Organ Pipes National Park is just off the Calder Freeway in Keilor North, approximately 20km north-west of Melbourne... [more]
Should you ever have wished to share an elegant High Tea with your nearest and dearest canine family member, then here i... [more]
About 14 km East of Warburton on the Woods Point Road, near McMahons Creek are the Little Peninsula and Big Peninsula Tu... [more]
While Sunshine may have a bit of a bad rep in the past, it's good to remember that so did Port Melbourne and Williamstow... [more]
The leaves are changing colour but the weather is still brilliant. It's a great time to get out of the house and go see... [more]
As part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, comedian Frank Hampster's Fart Lab show takes the audience on a ... [more]
25/03/2015 - 19/04/2015
Didn't know the Yarra boasted an island or two? Neither did I. But that's not unusual, according to our friendly pilot ... [more]
If you've ever looked at beautifully crafted items - furniture, tools, musical instruments, farming implements, cooking ... [more]
07/03/2015 - 08/03/2015
It's the new year and time for another listing of those fairs, fayres, carnivals and other festivities that celebrate th... [more]
Everyone is welcome at the Lunar New Year celebrations to be held at the Great Stupa of Universal Compassion at Myers Fl... [more]
Rising from of the Victorian countryside at Myers Flat near Bendigo is The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion and it's ... [more]
Valentine's Day. The perfect opportunity to spend time with your loved one(s) and enjoy some togetherness. From the hu... [more]
While there are hundreds of choices of things to do on New Year's Eve in Melbourne, there's not so many available that w... [more]
It's time to get into the Christmas spirit and that's certainly what's happening at the Emu Plains Market this Saturday ... [more]
The traditional Carols by Candlelight held all around our beautiful city and suburbs are one of the most magical and fam... [more]
Mongolia, with its almost unearthly landscape, ancient cultural heritage and haunting echoes of the times of Genghis Kha... [more]
You couldn't describe this garden as tucked away, given that it is on Epsom Road in Kensington, however it definitel... [more]
Whatever you want to learn, with the rise of the MOOCs (massive online open courses) online education is now available f... [more]
The Port Welshpool Volunteer Coast Guard are holding a seaside music and food festival on Saturday 1 November from 9.30a... [more]
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