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My WeekendNotes - 74
There's so much to do these school holidays down at Artea Craft Studio and Cafe in Albert Park. Children will be lost fo... [more]
05/04/2014 - 18/04/2014
If you are looking for a little culture and a lot of style to amp up your weekend, why not surround yourself with beaut... [more]
Barbie rarely does anything without a little fanfare and the release of her new DVD, Barbie and the Pearl Princess, is a... [more]
29/03/2014 - 30/03/2014
For many people the idea of seeing a live production at the National Theatre situated on London's Southbank is high on t... [more]
13/03/2014 - 16/03/2014
When I think about a wedding cake I think about multiple tiers, a lot of white frosting and perhaps some flowers or swee... [more]
Local artist, Jayson Patterson invites you to attend a free experimental op-shop tour taking in three of Bayside's popul... [more]
A recent insurge of popularity to one of Moorabbin's most industrial areas has probably got a lot to do with the opening... [more]
Since its origin in 1981, the Yarraville Festival has grown in popularity and changed its look and its audience many a ... [more]
12/02/2014 - 16/02/2014
If you were born in the 80's then you probably would be more comfortable with the term "progressive dinner", rather than... [more]
With only a week before St. Valentines arrives it is time to win yourself some brownie points from your loved one by sha... [more]
14/02/2014 - 16/02/2014
The musical and theatrical production of King Kong has resonated with little children all over Melbourne. Five, six and ... [more]
Blush, giggle or look away if you can, but this is one place that deserves all the attention it gets for providing some ... [more]
M.A.D.E or the Museum of Australian Democracy at Eureka is the newest museum to open in Australia and has only been oper... [more]
I have been attending Hot Art for Cool Kids religiously for about 5 years now, first with one daughter and now with two... [more]
06/01/2014 - 10/01/2014
Lake Wendouree should perhaps be known as "go away lake" if old legends are to be believed. However this is one sentimen... [more]
With the afterglow of Christmas shining brightly over the beautiful Mornington Peninsula beaches you might be mistaken t... [more]
02/01/2014 - 26/01/2014
This summer the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) has a fun free activity for families to participate in called Roll Ar... [more]
01/01/2014 - 26/01/2014
Have you ever had that urge to just dance, let loose, let go of all your inhibitions and dance until your sweating, tire... [more]
Come along next Tuesday night with your friends and family and enjoy the annual Bayside Christmas Carols in the Park. Th... [more]
What is the preferred breakfast at the North Pole? Is Santa a Weetbix kid? Does he prefer green eggs and ham or maybe Ve... [more]
It's back. The famous and iconic Tiffin Children's High Tea for kids is once again being offered in the beautiful Aria R... [more]
02/01/2014 - 31/01/2014
Mentone is ablaze with a million tiny illuminating light bulbs that create a visual spectacular to delight and amaze peo... [more]
Located next to the hustle and bustle of busy Beach Road in Black Rock and nestled down the windy path to Half Moon Bay ... [more]
Whether you have embraced the upcoming festive season or you are living in denial, the plain hard truth is that the chao... [more]
Watching the seasons change at the picturesque Emerald Park Lake is simply enchanting. With the glorious native flora an... [more]
Sometimes your best meal memory comes from the most unexpected of places. Is that because the food was delicious or the ... [more]
Sassafras in the Dandenong Ranges was originally known as Sassafras Gully named after the Sassafras trees that covered t... [more]
I love a silent auction. I always bid on the getaways romanced by the notion that we could end up anywhere at any time a... [more]
Located off the beaten track Robert Gordon Pottery was an accidental find, the kind that the shopaholic in me will alway... [more]
Karkarook Park is all about the unexpected. Firstly this lovely green oasis is situated between the hustle and bustle of... [more]
From the crumb filled mouth of the worlds most famous cookie expert Cookie Monster, "Me want cookie!", "Me eat cookie!" ... [more]
Sandringham in Bayside is a great place to celebrate and enjoy the beauty of Spring. With the gorgeous ocean on one side... [more]
Glen Huntly used to be a fairly uninspiring cafe strip but over time is reinventing itself as an eat and drink Melbourne... [more]
Set up temporarily at the Melbourne Museum the Inside: Life in Children's Homes and Institutions exhibition highlights t... [more]
27/08/2013 - 27/01/2014
Do the names Bill Barnacle and Sam Sawnoff ring a bell with you? What about Bunyip Bluegum or Albert? You will either sm... [more]
22/10/2013 - 12/11/2013
When I think about eating at a Japanese restaurant automatically I picture platters of California rolls, sushi and miso... [more]
Crafternoon Cafe, located on Nicholson Street, Carlton, is an absolute favourite of ours. You can lose hours in this qui... [more]
123 Cake is the first cake decorating cafe in Australia and we can only hope that it starts a chain reaction. This place... [more]
Located between two lovely, leafy suburban streets in Elsternwick is Harleston Park, named after a town in Norfolk, East... [more]
I'm really not a big fan of a discount or a $2 store. Not that I don't love a bargain, because I genuinely do, but becau... [more]
In my house the mention of a market gets a very mixed reaction. Madam 9 is all up for a bit of bargain hunting but alarm... [more]
Previously known as the Melbourne Aquarium, the new and updated Sea Life Aquarium is a great underwater world to explore... [more]
Melbourne is indisputably an amazing city to dine in. Whether it's a culinary experience you're after or a simple meal w... [more]
Every school holidays The Langham invites children to indulge in the classic and delightful tradition of high tea. Think... [more]
23/09/2013 - 11/10/2013
Movies are quite expensive these days and for many families it's a rare treat to go watch one on the big screen. Fair en... [more]
Sometimes you stop by a cafe and you just eat, you don't engage with the place at all, in fact you've probably forgotten... [more]
There really is something exhilarating about rollerskating or rollerblading. The promise of speed and freedom, the adren... [more]
After too many cookies with our milkshake and coffee one morning my youngest and I were eager to get out into the beauti... [more]
Have you met Mr Burch? You would know if you had. He is a very distinguished, charming and popular fellow. Mr Burch is r... [more]
Is home where the heart is? Is home where your hat is? Is home where your precious memories adorn the walls? The com... [more]
29/08/2013 - 31/08/2013
With Spring fast approaching and the promise of sunny days and cloudless skies only weeks away it's time to get excited ... [more]
This place is so cool and quirky that it can only belong in St Kilda, neighbouring the famous Greyhound Hotel in fact. B... [more]
Many places claim to be child friendly but it's not until you actually get there that you realise your idea and their id... [more]
My parents are renowned for not using gift vouchers we give them as gifts. It's become such a family quirk that we laugh... [more]
I'm a mum and a teacher, all to primary aged children. It's fair to say that in a typical week I probably read more book... [more]
My friends and I have wanted to organise a girl's night away for years but still we haven't managed it. We have talked a... [more]
12/10/2013 - 13/10/2013
If you have children or know anyone that has, then you are more than likely familiar with the cheery yellow store on the... [more]
If you're anything like me then you prefer to outsource as much mess as you can, particularly when it comes to little ki... [more]
Have you ever seen a Julie Creek Dunnart? Or a Squirrel Glider? Have you ever watched an Eastern Quoll scurry around the... [more]
Heading up to Mornington on a day trip is always wonderfully relaxing and enjoyable. There's so much to do, be that sho... [more]
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