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My WeekendNotes - 102
Let's face it, there aren't a lot of restaurants open in the evenings in Inverloch. Café Tsunami is one which reliably o... [more]
Looking for the best dumplings in Adelaide? You have to go to Dumpling King at the market. This was the answer we got... [more]
The laundrette along Elgin Street has been through a few incarnations. When new owners took it over just over a year or ... [more]
'You have to go to that place,' the taxi driver said, pointing out the fish and chip shop on the side of the road. 'It's... [more]
Hobart is a town in which to treat yourself. Treat yourself to a ferry ride out to MONA, treat yourself to a stroll thro... [more]
Sitting just off the intersection of Brunswick and Johnston Streets, the Commoner is a quiet little place. Its unassum... [more]
'Welcome to the smallest hotel room in Sydney.'I'd told my friends about my hotel room. I couldn't resist. Its dimension... [more]
Ethos café gets its name from what the owners are trying to achieve. Underlying the ordinary café atmosphere is an ethos... [more]
King's Cross is a lively place even in the day time. Sitting on Darlinghurst Road, the Sugarmill is about as central as ... [more]
Sitting tucked away in the main complex of South Pacific Resort, the South Pacific Resort Restaurant isn't somewhere tha... [more]
There's a scent that wafts through the front room of the Town Mouse. It's tantalising. Meaty and rich, with undertones o... [more]
Where's the most relaxed place in Noosaville? Talking as we are on a holiday resort, it's a tough question. Do you na... [more]
The main street of Noosaville nurtures a festive atmosphere. With the river flowing gently nearby, and people enjoying... [more]
It's not the fashionable end of Noosaville. Tucked away on Weyba Road, Little Cove Coffee Co is easy to pass by. Easy, t... [more]
Gyoza Doraku sits on a strip of Japanese restaurants that sprang up at the Russell Street end of Bourke Street a few yea... [more]
This is accommodation that really has to be experienced to be believed. I don't mean that in a bad way. Perched on th... [more]
'Let's just go to Atomica'. It's the inevitable sentence spoken in my household every couple of weeks. Atomica, sitting ... [more]
I have two words for you: Tolarno Burger. Okay, these days it's three words. The burger that graced the bar of Hotel Tol... [more]
Jack Greene is a Hobart blessing. There. I said it. In a town renowned for its restaurants and bars, I'm taking a ris... [more]
The platters of curry come served on pancakes at the Horn African Cafe. It's a hint for how you're supposed to eat. Rip ... [more]
When Roadhouse opened, just city side of Johnston Street, it seemed that Brunswick Street's burger quotient was already ... [more]
Boutique accommodation is far from scarce in Launceston. After all, it's mostly what the town has to offer. Auldington h... [more]
My heart sinks when I see the menu on the wall. Not only because it's a menu on a wall – although I am a little snobby a... [more]
I booked into Base when looking for city accommodation at the last minute. Everything else was several hundreds of dolla... [more]
There's been something wonderful happening at the Langham over the last year. Burch and Purchese have been lending their... [more]
Graze on Grey doesn't look like a fancy place to eat. It's an unassuming shop front on Grey Street, St Kilda. As the dar... [more]
The brick and stone building of Charcoal Lane stands proudly on Gertrude Street in Fitzroy. It's been an iconic figure... [more]
Want a hotel on a budget? The Great Southern Hotel might just be for you. Searching for a hotel room in the CBD f... [more]
There aren't many pubs in Melbourne that feel like a proper British pub. Even those that declare themselves British – ... [more]
Sitting in the middle of farms and vines on the Mornington Peninsula, Woodman Estate is quite a trek for any city-dwel... [more]
For a random Sunday in September, Woodman Estate's restaurant is busy. I mean busy: there's barely a table free for this... [more]
I was surprised by Enoteca. My dining companion had been going on for months about these amazing meatballs which turne... [more]
Cancer touches so many lives, and the sad fact is that some cancers are more public than others. Bowel cancer is the s... [more]
21/10/2014
Sovereign Hill is about to present an intriguing history of Victoria's hidden convict past in its annual lecture. ... [more]
22/10/2014
Cider season is here. How do we know? Well, apart from grasping at any excuse to drink cider, the Last Jar in partners... [more]
25/10/2014
The Melbourne Festival is joining yet again with Multicultural Arts Victoria to ignite imaginations with visible musi... [more]
12/10/2014 - 26/10/2014
The peanut butter crumpet costs just $3. It's a hand made crumpet with lashings of peanut butter, and it's pretty much h... [more]
There aren't too many places on Brunswick Street offering a fancy lunch. There are plenty of lunch specials, if you kn... [more]
The cafe scene has been picking up in Moe in recent years. While it's no longer true that you can't get a decent coffee,... [more]
The Atlantic City boardwalk stretches along the coastline like some kind of adult-oriented funtown. The first boardwalk... [more]
23/09/2014 - 04/10/2014
When it comes to fairy tale endings for lost dogs, Lady and the Tramp is it. It's undoubtedly for this reason that the... [more]
10/10/2014
Want to step into a different world this weekend? Bourne and Hollingsworth and Torture Garden are hosting another Dark... [more]
27/09/2014
Few people really think about retiring really means. When in the midst of the working years, retirement seems like som... [more]
30/09/2014
St Kilda's National Theatre will play host to another round of Short and Girly, the Melbourne comedy scene's fundraise... [more]
25/10/2014
It's often said that people get tongue-tied around someone they're attracted to. Things come out the wrong way, inan... [more]
24/09/2014 - 19/11/2014
Christopher Walken stares out of a window on Oxford Street. It's only his picture, of course, and it's being used as a p... [more]
So Talk Like a Pirate Day is upon us again, and it's time to seek out the bounty awaiting brave buccaneers! To swash ... [more]
19/09/2014
Stuck at the airport for a few hours? Well, you could sit disconsolately on your suitcase, being jostled by every second... [more]
Wedge-shaped buildings always have a kooky kind of character. For the Royal Sovereign Hotel in Darlinghurst, better know... [more]
It would be easy to write Martha Ray's off as just another Brunswick Street café. The street is packed full of them, aft... [more]
The Bunker is tucked away in one of Darlinghurst's little side streets. On a Sunday morning, its tables are spread acros... [more]
The Yarra flowed by at my feet. Behind me, a tree turned the sunlight into dappled patches of warmth that settled on my ... [more]
I was dubious. I admit it. Panned Pizza opened up on Bourke Street in the CBD a couple of years ago. the strip houses y... [more]
Soul Kitchen is one of the many food trucks you'll see zooming around inner Melbourne. It's also one of the best pizze... [more]
In anticipation of Bennett's Lane Jazz Club closing in 2015, I thought I'd put the question out there of people's favo... [more]
Melbourne is undeniably a foodie city, but what are some of the more dramatic experiences you can have within our food s... [more]
I was 13. Enthusiastic, naïve. I'd just discovered The Rocky Horror Picture Show and thought it was the best thing I'd... [more]
Parental holidays are never the best for presents, but fathers in particular get a bad deal. This year, instead of g... [more]
Let's face it, the area around Flinders Lane is hardly wanting for cafés. Even bars are plentiful. It takes something re... [more]
"Well, I dare you to try it." These were the words from my waiter friend at the Fitz. We'd had an innocent conversation ... [more]
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