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My WeekendNotes - 73
A room packed to capacity. Tick. Sold out opening night. Tick. Friendly bar staff. Tick. Buzzing vibe. Tick. Stand up co... [more]
There is no better balcony in Sydney to while away the hours than at The Clock Hotel in Sydney's bustling Surry Hills. W... [more]
Newly opened on the 20th November, this hidden underground wine bar is certainly headed for stardom. Deli Wine Bar tucke... [more]
I know it may seem like a long way to travel for a game of golf, especially if golf is not your thing, but believe me th... [more]
I love Il Baretto. I have been coming here for years. Bringing friends and family to enjoy the beautiful cuisine and com... [more]
I love their philosophy at Hinky Dinks: Cocktails First. Questions Later. They truly believe it and follow it. Hinky Din... [more]
A stunning Sunday in Sydney calls for a lunch by the water and what better place to head to than the very first coastal ... [more]
The Chalkboard Cafe situated in the PYD design centre in Waterloo is a hidden gem. Shying away from the hustle and bustl... [more]
You may know Wicks Park Cafe as Double Roasters , they've had a revamp of their name. The original name is still promine... [more]
John Smith - this is one guy you have to meet. A tiny cafe confidently facing busy Botany Road with its equally confiden... [more]
I was lucky enough to find this little gem tucked behind Bondi Westfield's on a Saturday morning before the shopping hub... [more]
SLAM! as the ball ungraciously thuds the golden sand on the correct side of the net with a spray of grains and an imprin... [more]
I have to admit never spending any time in Chippendale at all, even though I am born and bred in Sydney. But in the past... [more]
You could think "Tapa" from the word tapas meaning small Spanish savoury dishes served with drinks at a bar and "Vino" w... [more]
Now don't get confused by all the tree top adventure courses out there these days. It seems climbing up ropes, hanging p... [more]
Paesanella means "Country peasant girl" in Italian and with a philosophy based around developing relationships and prod... [more]
Who knew sailors ate Thai food? Well, this is one place where the two fit perfectly together. Originally, this historic ... [more]
Black Star Pastry is a beautiful cafe, situated on the corner in the dynamic hub of Rosebery. A large warehouse style ro... [more]
Luna Park, Sydney's premium amusement park celebrates Halloween in a fiesta of spooky fun, ghoulish adventure and scream... [more]
"The Good Ole Days are Now" is the clever motto of the Golden Age Cinema and Bar in Sydney's Surry Hills. The heritage l... [more]
This is one Clubhouse you will want to visit and stay a while in. Linked to Australia's Surf Life Saving Headquarters in... [more]
Tonight the fairytale begins. Step through the majestic doors and climb the lush velvet cloaked stairway into the royal ... [more]
Is it possible that our illustrious Prime Minister Tony Abbott has been in his leadership position for 1 year? Where did... [more]
Jump till your hearts content at trampoline centre Skyzone.. The newest craze of trampoline centres has hit Sydney in a ... [more]
Laugh yourself silly as you watch and listen, amazed at the art of stand up comedy. How can comedians do what they do? S... [more]
Chocolate lovers unite. This is the cafe for you. The Guylian Belgian Chocolate Cafe situated in the beautiful two store... [more]
I have been wanting to go to Jamie Oliver's restaurant, Jamie's Italian in Sydney for the longest time. Finally, I got t... [more]
What a beautiful name Moon Park is. The perfect name for a beautiful restaurant overlooking a beautiful park. Situated o... [more]
Stuck for ideas to keep your child occupied on the weekends or school holidays? Needing a reasonably priced, non-crowded... [more]
Have you got a feeling for African? African cuisine that is. African Feeling Restaurant in Newtown is the place for you.... [more]
Desserts for all occasions which you will devour until the very last crumb. Children's birthday cakes masterfully de... [more]
I love pizza, could eat it all day, every day, making Eat, Love, Pizza at Darling Harbour the perfect place for me. ... [more]
This is one kitchen you will want to visit and stay in for a while. Situated on the outskirts of Sydney's Surry Hills on... [more]
Imagine the convenience of premium coffee served at your workplace doorstep. Imagine gourmet treats to enjoy alongside y... [more]
Extraordinary, Unusual II certainly is a perfect title for the latest production by director and writer Pete Malicki, fo... [more]
14/05/2014 - 21/05/2014
If you love dance theatre then director Samantha Chester's production of Safety in Numbers is the performance for you. S... [more]
09/04/2014 - 12/04/2014
Sydney's hidden gem, The Metropolitan Orchestra (TMO) is a must see for lovers of first class music. The TMO is surely b... [more]
Organic is the buzz word these days. Agape in Botany epitomises everything organic and their philosophy is all about pro... [more]
Westfield's and dining do not go together. Sounds mismatched. Food court ? Yes. Fast food? Yes. But how can Westfield'... [more]
Look at that glorious volcano of melting gruyere souffle! Dive into that with a fork and watch the cheese ooze out.... [more]
Last week I had the good fortune to attend a staged play reading of playwright Cameron Lukey's 'Playing Rock Hudson' at ... [more]
With Chinese New Year coming up yum cha is in demand. But this is yum cha like you have never had before. Bodhi's R... [more]
If you love museums then The National Maritime Museum is the place for you. Situated on the water's edge at Darling H... [more]
At first thought, that's an oxymoron, isn't it?. Vegetarian Butcher. How could you possibly have a vegetarian butcher? A... [more]
Right now, Sydney is all about the new Wet'n'Wild water park at Prospect but there is another water park which has been ... [more]
A must see for all Sydney siders or visitors to Sydney. Bondi, the Aboriginal meaning for water breaking over rocks whic... [more]
No visit to Sydney is complete without a day spent at Darling Harbour. Sitting alongside Sydney's CBD it is the ... [more]
The majestic Queen Victoria Building (QVB) has been gracing Sydney's CBD since 1898. Designed by George McRae as a Roman... [more]
The animals at Taronga Zoo have to have the best view of Sydney's harbour. Given that Taronga is the Aboriginal word for... [more]
The Sydney Sealife Aquarium is the place to be to find all the amazing creatures of the underwater world. It will take 2... [more]
There is no better way to see Sydney than from up high. If you ever get the opportunity and if you are not afraid of hei... [more]
What Bay? Watsons Bay that is. Named after Robert Watson (1756 - 1819) of the HMS Sirius, Watsons Bay sits on the end of... [more]
I love Maranello's in Maroubra. I have been frequenting this local, kerbside restaurant for years and still love everyth... [more]
Just cruising at Cruise Bar on a lazy Sunday afternoon or a lively Friday night is the place to be to keep your glass ha... [more]
What's a Segway? Well, let me tell you. Picture Paul Blatt's Mall Cop, corny comedic film. The vehicle he drives arou... [more]
Are you a self confessed chocolate lover? Doesn't matter what kind of chocolate; milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white c... [more]
Sounds terrible but one of the best forms of fungus is the beautiful, flowery, magical mushroom. I love mushrooms. All t... [more]
This has to be the best way to explore Sydney's harbour. You can't get closer to the dark aqua waters than on a kayak. N... [more]
Can jam be jolly you ask? Of course it can ... especially if it is Christmas time and the chillies and peppers in th... [more]
If it's great pizza you are after then Da Mario is the place for you. Newly opened in the back streets of Rosebery, ... [more]
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