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Mum of 3, problem solving engineer by day, photographer and food blogger by night

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1. Start with a free walking tour and discover Sydney. 2. Take advantage of the free sightseeing bus in the city cent... [more]
Visiting Sydney for the first time can be overwhelming due to all the big attractions to see. With these attractions bei... [more]
The season of apples is coming to an end but make haste and pick your own at Shields Orchard. Located in Bilpin, Shields... [more]
It's that time of year again when citrus fruit, especially mandarins are coming into season; a perfect excuse to go mand... [more]
28/05/2016 - 31/07/2016
If you have ever wondered, how to go about a day trip to cherry picking capital, Young, wonder no more. I won't be s... [more]
Opera has typically perceived to be for the refined and grey wigs but fast forward to the present and Operantics have ma... [more]
02/07/2015 - 05/07/2015
The Monologue Project's stage show '(extra)ordinary, (un)usual III' showcases Australia's leading monologues and featuri... [more]
13/05/2015 - 27/05/2015
What is immersive theatre? With instructions other than be at the 166-year-old mansion in The Rocks at 8pm, I was about ... [more]
03/12/2014 - 20/12/2014
Just over an hour's drive from Melbourne's Airport, thanks to the new Eastlink freeway, Mornington Peninsula is the perf... [more]
Only 5 hours from Sydney and not so many worlds away is Dubbo, a small country town full of life and surprises. Yes of c... [more]
For my weekend of eating, shopping and arts in Melbourne, I stayed in a deluxe studio at the boutique Olsen Hotel in Sou... [more]
1. Start with a free walking tour and discover Sydney. 2. Take advantage of the free 555 shuttle bus in the city cent... [more]
Ever had a yearning to go on safari to Africa, well guess what? You can, at the new Savannah Cabins at Taronga Western P... [more]
It does strike me that we are amazingly lucky to be so close to the Blue Mountains. Especially so with restaurants that ... [more]
Signing up for a Spanish cooking class at the Sydney Seafood School, thoughts of delicious tapas and paella came to mind... [more]
 
Looking for something to entertain the kids this weekend? Look no further and join in the fabulous Family Day at Artarmo... [more]
17/09/2017
Imagine indulging in a fancy meal, saving money with discounts and helping great causes at the same time. How is thi... [more]
With winter approaching, mandarins and citrus fruit are ripening. Fords Farm opens to the public this weekend of 27 and ... [more]
27/05/2017 - 30/07/2017
Did you miss out on the Royal Easter Show? Not to worry, the best alternative is the St Ives Show held on May 20 & 21. ... [more]
20/05/2017 - 21/05/2017
Baubles sparkling from Christmas trees, it's that time of year when Christmas in Pyrmont takes place. It's a fun and FRE... [more]
27/11/2016
Flood is an engaging play that will ignite conversations in regard to race. Set in outback Australia, six non-indige... [more]
08/11/2016 - 19/11/2016
We've been celebrating science week at school with making paper aeroplanes. Googling the best paper aeroplane designs re... [more]
11/09/2016
It may have only opened on Wednesday 20 June, but the monster queues waiting for a piece of Uncle Tetsu's famous Japanes... [more]
Oh hail, the newest burger joint has joined the burger ranks in Sydney courtesy of the Gold Coast and not the United Sta... [more]
There's a new pop up at The Star showcasing the best of Singaporean Hawker style street food. The heart of Singapore... [more]
'Pizza is all about the dough', I was once told by an Italian foodie in my days travelling. So my first taste of Piz... [more]
Craving something sweet is never far from my mind and the excuse that I'm expecting, is always a good excuse to eat.... [more]
It was only a matter of time til I visited MasterChef fan favourite Reynold Poernomo's restaurant, Koi Dessert Bar. Loca... [more]
The current craze seems to be all about doughnuts and with people passing me by with doughnuts packaged up in quaint aqu... [more]
With the cooler weather here, the season of picking mandarins and citrus fruit begins at Fords Farm Saturday 28 May 2016... [more]
28/05/2016 - 31/07/2016
Sitting in traffic waiting for the red lights to turn green, the distant wailing siren is getting closer. With their kee... [more]
21/05/2016
Take advantage of the blue skies and sunshine with North Shore's biggest ever picnic at Greenwood Plaza. Take ti... [more]
15/02/2016 - 19/02/2016
It's all about the humble hamburger it seems these days. But having experienced the fuss at Burgers by Josh, I can see h... [more]
01/02/2016 - 29/02/2016
When you ask about Korean food, most people are quick to talk about their first Korean barbeque experience. The ... [more]
Where else can you swap, learn and buy as well as play a part in making fashion free from human trafficking. Stop... [more]
07/11/2015
Australia's number 1 TV gaming show Good Game is coming out from behind the camera to the stage at the Enmore Theatre on... [more]
05/09/2015
Why are truffles so elusive, exotic and unique? Also noted as one of the most coveted delicacies in the culinary world, ... [more]
01/07/2015 - 31/07/2015
It is the most unlikely of places; as you walk through the doors, you enter into a world where sushi meets tacos, or per... [more]
The cooler winter weather means all my favourite citrus fruits are coming into season and the farms are opening thei... [more]
30/05/2015 - 31/07/2015
Mandarin-picking is the perfect winter excursion, so take the kids, bring the family and tell the tourists. Mandarins ar... [more]
30/05/2015
Located in the heart of Neutral Bay, stepping into this modest eatery works well for a quick fix or relaxed meal. Op... [more]
Looking for something more meaningful, perhaps a change of scenery with the aim of being able to contribute? Why not ... [more]
19/05/2015
What is it about flatulence, bottoms and boogers that kids are fascinated about? Perhaps it's about rebelling against th... [more]
16/05/2015 - 17/05/2015
Have you been to One Penny Red? Originally it was the location of Summer Hill Post Office but it has now been conver... [more]
It's that time of year when we should be telling our mums how much we appreciate them. Luckily East Village, an exciting... [more]
10/05/2015
After two days of near cyclonic conditions weathering the battering winds and rain, following a trail of umbrella carnag... [more]
Five Points Burger has come about with Tomislav Martinovic at the helm creating burger history. I had high expectations ... [more]
Where do students undertake all the cooking and duties under the watchful eye of their experienced chefs and industry ex... [more]
Tiptoeing down Pyrmont Wharf along the wooden planks, I will tell you in advance that wearing high heels aren't the best... [more]
Looking for something to do? How about bringing the kids to visit Pyrmont Parents Market and Family Day on Sunday, 12th ... [more]
12/04/2015
The St Ives Show (May16 & 17) is presented by the Northern Suburbs Agricultural and Horticultural Society. This event, s... [more]
16/05/2015 - 17/05/2015
Looking for some family fun this weekend, then look no further than the 129th Castle Hill Agricultural Show from the 13-... [more]
13/03/2015 - 15/03/2015
Entering a world of fetish and paraphilia performed by a diverse group of cabaret performers, this was a Valentine's Day... [more]
14/02/2015
I heard that The Butler was a place with a view but I was more curious about the French and Caribbean cuisine. Arriving ... [more]
With a beautiful wrought iron gate shaped like a dragon at the entrance, the Taiwanese Restaurant Blue Eye Dragon is loc... [more]
With this hot humid heat, I had a craving for Singapore and Malaysian cuisine. It's interesting to know that curries ori... [more]
I was really excited to visit Finders Keepers Markets in Melbourne earlier this year. Since I hadn't been before, I was ... [more]
12/12/2014 - 13/12/2014
With so many Christmas events happening this year, I was hoping to start to wind down into holiday mode as well as findi... [more]
01/12/2014 - 24/12/2014
There's something about being able to drive supercars. Perhaps it's reliving those carefree moments pre kids or perhaps ... [more]
There's a French Restaurant in our midst in the form of Le Trader. Le Trader's name came about as the owners searche... [more]
I have such amazingly fond memories of Laos after a 7 week stint of travelling the countryside in 2007. Laos borders Chi... [more]
It's starting to feel a lot like Christmas with various Christmas trees sparkling at various locations around the CBD an... [more]
29/11/2014 - 24/12/2014
Do you have dinosaur crazed kids? Then you can't miss seeing the dinosaurs at Taronga Zoo, Mosman. Be amazed as these li... [more]
Posing the question as visitor from out of state, Where should I go for dinner in Melbourne for a gals catchup? The repl... [more]
The streetscape of Potts Point has certainly changed with beautiful young people pounding the pavement including restaur... [more]
Fulfil your dream travel experience by biting the bullet and booking that holiday that you have always wanted to go to.I... [more]
08/11/2014 - 09/11/2014
What is DISARONNO you ask? Dating back to 1525, the legend of DISARONNO came about when Leonardo da Vinci's underling, B... [more]
07/12/2014
What do you get when you mix Shakespeare's Hamlet, E.M Foster's novel Maurice and an original musical score? A modern Ed... [more]
21/11/2014 - 13/12/2014
After such a successful venture, the Food Trucks are back!To celebrate the Festival of Food culture, StreetFest is on Fr... [more]
10/10/2014
Where else do you go when you're craving Vietnamese food? Cabramatta is also known as Little Vietnam. With so many place... [more]
What's all the fuss about Cow and Moon? Now ranked the world's best gelato, Sydney's Cow and the Moon trumped ice-cream ... [more]
Rustic Board reminds me of the rustic cool inner west cafe culture. This recently done up café looks fantastic with the ... [more]
I recently discovered the quaint town of Dubbo. A city serving a large regional population, it is well known to being ho... [more]
Balla is an easy lunch spot for a yummy mummy catch up with kids in tow. There's something celebratory about eating by t... [more]
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