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My WeekendNotes - 472
Just when I vow to cut down on sweet things, there comes the Dark Fairy. I'm talking about a decadent dessert at the caf... [more]
02/10/2019 - 03/11/2019
Back for a 2nd year, the vibrant Rosé Street Festival will have you on cloud wine with plenty of Rosé tasting stalls and... [more]
One of the oldest traditions amongst fishing communities around the world is the Blessing of the Fleet. It's a celebrati... [more]
On the shores of Lake Burley Griffin, sits Lennox Gardens with its grassy open spaces, towering trees and shrubs. It's a... [more]
From the minute I walked through the gate, I felt an inner peace come over me due to the serene world before my eyes... [more]
The Big Adventure is back for another year of fun in Sydney Park and it's an adventure playground for the whole family. ... [more]
There's no need to go to Paris for coffee and cake or breakfast and lunch when you've got the gorgeous French-inspired C... [more]
Away from the polar blasts of winter, spring is blooming and October sees a wonderful flower festival come alive aga... [more]
26/10/2019 - 27/10/2019
Bigger and better this year, the Strathfield Spring Festival is an event the whole family will enjoy with something to s... [more]
The Huon Valley is a beautiful rural area that begins just 30minutes south of Hobart and extends to our southernmost set... [more]
When most people head to the Hunter Valley it is for the wineries around Pokolbin but there's far more to be enjoyed in ... [more]
Just 10kms south of Devonport or 90kms north-west of Launceston and you'll be in the charming country town of Latrobe. I... [more]
Did you know that chilli is a fruit? It is, as I learnt recently, and you can celebrate the flavour and fire of t... [more]
If you've been to The Grounds of Alexandria on many an occasion as I have, then you'll be well aware of the spectacular ... [more]
26/07/2019 - 22/09/2019
If you want some exercise paired with fun, then come to Galston Recreation Reserve on 11 August with family and frie... [more]
Wild Thing is a free art exhibition and outdoor festival taking place at Sydney's Royal Botanic Garden for two weeks in ... [more]
04/08/2019 - 18/08/2019
Reopening in 2018 after having undergone an extensive renovation, The Vicar is a revitalised food and drinking den servi... [more]
From farm to table, Acre Eatery surprises guests around every corner of Camperdown Commons and now they've upped the ant... [more]
Take a step back in time to the roaring '20s and the era of the Great Gatsby to celebrate Christmas in July with a wonde... [more]
The city of Edo (now known as Tokyo), and Japan in general, have many popular pastimes. Kite flying is one of them and a... [more]
10/07/2019 - 12/10/2019
Bouncing into Wollondilly Leisure Centre this winter school holidays is Jump Fest, the ultimate inflatable pop-up park f... [more]
15/07/2019 - 19/07/2019
Rathayatra is a public chariot procession and an annual event that Hindu pilgrims join to honour Lord Krishna in his... [more]
Honey Australia is the beekeeping venture of Tristan and Rebecca Campbell, and The Beehive is one vehicle for selling th... [more]
Glory in the days of steam on a train ride this winter with some special events the whole family can enjoy. You won't be... [more]
The July school holidays are the time of the year to enjoy all the ice and snow festivals that pop up and Winter in the ... [more]
06/07/2019 - 20/07/2019
It was with excitement I headed to Marrickville recently to learn a new skill, that of silk colouring. Dyeing fabric is ... [more]
I've always loved seahorses. They're magical creatures like no other. In appearance and the way they move, swimming upri... [more]
Upon entering the driveway into the House of Anvers, you could easily think that you were encroaching on someone's priva... [more]
Man's best friend takes the spotlight at this novel event with sports and activities a highlight, amongst the exploratio... [more]
Milky Lane is best described as a gourmet burger joint but, unlike your regular fast food burger chains, this franchise ... [more]
If you go to the Hunter Valley during winter, you want to be in a warm place and the annual Burning of the Barrel at Gla... [more]
One of many things the Southern Highlands is renowned for is its gourmet pies and they have a two day festival at the en... [more]
29/06/2019 - 30/06/2019
Celebrating Japanese culture and cross-cultural friendship within a multicultural society, the Matsuri Japan Festival br... [more]
Your taste buds will be tingling at Fairfield Showground when the Yum Cha Festival of Small Bites hits with some ama... [more]
Unlike some celebrity chefs, The Moody Chef is not moody in his demeanour at all. The Moody here is actually the sur... [more]
An interactive, artistic and scientific extravaganza is coming to Western Sydney over one dynamic weekend that explores ... [more]
25/05/2019 - 26/05/2019
From history and heritage tours to beaches and bays, there's a lot to love about George Town on the eastern side of the ... [more]
When was the last time you tried something for the first time? I love to learn new things and often do this via a wor... [more]
Sydney's German International School on the Northern Beaches is opening its doors once again for its annual flea market ... [more]
If you love dodgems, then you're going to love bumper cars on ice at the Ice Zoo in Alexandria. This skating venue i... [more]
02/08/2019 - 04/08/2019
Back in January, as part of Sydney Festival, we were celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing with ins... [more]
29/06/2019 - 31/12/2019
Take a drive 15mins NW of Launceston via the West Tamar Highway and you'll come across a turnoff to Grindelwald, where y... [more]
Dust off your sombreros amigos because Sydney is getting its first ever Cinco de Mayo festival and it's going to be 'muc... [more]
04/05/2019 - 05/05/2019
Immerse yourself in all things Scandinavian when the Danish Church in Pennant Hills once again hosts a market featur... [more]
It was with anticipation we headed off to the Peter Rabbit Garden in Cambridge, just 18mins NE of Hobart, but had not an... [more]
The Backyard of the mighty Penrith Panther's Leagues Club is the scene this Easter for a carnival of festivities. With s... [more]
Easter is an egg-cellent time to celebrate with family and friends and many of Sydney's finest establishments are puttin... [more]
Earth Hour is back for a 12th year, being celebrated in 172 countries, and what better way to connect to the Earth than ... [more]
Dutch culture is alive in Sydney's west, thanks to the volunteers of the Rembrandt Dutch Club. Each year they celebrate ... [more]
29/03/2019 - 31/03/2019
Home to international cuisines that span Italian to Thai and Aussie to Vietnamese, Liverpool is on a roll with gaining a... [more]
Autumn in New South Wales is the perfect time for a road trip, not too hot in the car, and one of the most beautiful tim... [more]
13/04/2019 - 28/04/2019
Historic Brush Farm House, once home to Blue Mountains explorer Gregory Blaxland, is hosting a free evening of classical... [more]
Broke is in a quiet picturesque corner of the Hunter Valley but it will be anything but quiet when the wine region of Br... [more]
13/04/2019 - 14/04/2019
Thinking of Kombi vans evokes images for me of the beach, blonde-haired surfers, camping, the 60's and hippies. Those w... [more]
Opera Australia's successful Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour series is back in 2019 with a new spectacular production and ... [more]
22/03/2019 - 21/04/2019
Just when I thought the festival season was over, there comes a festival with a few different aspects to it that surpris... [more]
Sydney and its suburbs are full of Lunar New Year festivals and one that has caught my attention is the event being host... [more]
Picture a Sydney city skyline sunset with a beach, a park, delicious food and cheeky glasses of rosé and you've got the ... [more]
Chatswood is alive with the Year of the Pig Festival having started and this lover of festivals was lucky enough to ... [more]
29/01/2019 - 19/02/2019
Our world is filled with some pretty spectacular wonders, from the natural to the manmade, and bridges are up there with... [more]
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