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Gayle lives in Wonthaggi, is passionate about writing and keen to showcase Aussie culture to a global audience. Gayle has stories in anthologies, including ‘Mosaic’, ‘The Umbrella’s Shade’ and ‘Between Heaven and Hell’. She is a retired accountant, loves her family, dogs, sunsets, photography and chocolate.

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Writer Rank: 7
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Readers: 442654
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Articles: 209
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Spotlight
Loch Village has been around since 1876. The village area of Clarence, Roy and Smith Streets and Victoria Road is identi... [more]
There is so much to do on a Phillip Island and Bass Coast Getaway, you couldn't possibly fit in all in the first tim... [more]
Things to do, places to see, events and activities in Melbourne are so plentiful as to seem limitless. So dare to be dif... [more]
Do you believe in ghosts or at very least a good ghost story? Tours and paranormal investigation experiences of many of ... [more]
Every year thousands of people hitch up their caravans and head to the Australian Outback in search of adventure and spe... [more]
Aren't waterfalls wonderful? Is it the thunder of the water, the fine mist rainbows, the rugged cliff faces, the pools, ... [more]
Caves have a certain mystique about them. In myth and legend they are the home of fairies and the hiding place for pir... [more]
Queensland may be 'Beautiful One Day, Perfect the Next' but let's not underestimate what Victoria has to offer. Take... [more]
Most Melburnians know Phillip Island on Victoria's beautiful Bass Coast is a great place to holiday, but just 10 minutes... [more]
Winter is here and the snow fields are beckoning. From snowmen and snowballs to skilled skiing and snowboarding Victor... [more]
Arguably one of the most scenic coastal drives in Victoria the Great Ocean Road also traverses country rich in natur... [more]
At only a two and three quarter hour drive from Melbourne and nestled on the banks of the Murray River, Echuca-Moama... [more]
We Aussies are a bright lot, there's no denying it but many of us would be surprised at the list of Australian inventi... [more]
Whether you call it mini golf, crazy golf, adventure golf or putt putt, there is no doubt it all adds up to fun. The... [more]
They don't call Victoria the Garden State for nothing and Melbourne does it proud. From formal gardens to native bus... [more]
 
When my husband and I announced we were off for a week's holiday in Sale, we received more than one questioning glan... [more]
Fifty-two years after it first started the Mirboo North Italian Festa is as strong as ever. Anything that endures fo... [more]
09/02/2020
It's on -again, the annual Meeniyan Garlic Festival. But don't be deceived, garlic may be the main attraction but t... [more]
15/02/2020 - 16/02/2020
Cruise ship spotting has become an entertainment and one that is far more accessible than you might think. In the months... [more]
Escape the city and enjoy all that the friendly town of Wonthaggi has to offer. Wonthaggi is the business centre of ... [more]
Ever wanted to see one of those huge and majestic cruise ships up close but the prospect of navigating your way to the M... [more]
If you'd love to go to the New Year's Eve fireworks but the crowds and traffic in the Melbourne city are not your thing,... [more]
Whether you're a confirmed car enthusiast or you just like shiny things, the 2020 Wonthaggi Car Swap Meet and Show and S... [more]
26/01/2020
Escape the hubbub of Melbourne and treat yourselves to a Toora weekend or holiday getaway. Added to the other nine good ... [more]
05/12/2019 - 26/01/2020
Held each year on the second weekend in January, the Bass Coast Summer Agricultural Show in Wonthaggi is the first in se... [more]
11/01/2020 - 12/01/2020
Is your child an imaginative storyteller? Prompting your budding author, enter competitions will help them to set go... [more]
Animal photography and particularly bird photography is a passion of mine and it could be a passion of yours. For me... [more]
Taking photos can be so much fun. We snap happily away to preserve our memories by freezing our happiest moments in time... [more]
It's nearly here. The year seems to have barely got underway and it's time to think about Christmas again. Letterboxes a... [more]
Macro and close up photography is challenging but the amazing images it can produce are their own reward. Dedicated macr... [more]
It would be an easy thing when visiting the Bass Coast to overlook Mouth of Powlett as a must-see destination. As the na... [more]
Fish Creek is a small town with around 800 residents that punches well above its weight for points of interest. The ... [more]
Do you feel like a getaway to nature but tents, rough tracks, mosquitos and leeches aren't your thing? Do you want ... [more]
Toora is a small town, one you might easily pass by. If you do you will miss the many things there are to see. We have ... [more]
Walkerville South might not be on your holiday bucket list. You might not even have heard of it for it is more tranquil ... [more]
Not so long ago Korumburra put on a party, the inaugural Korumburra Southern Lights Festival. It was a roaring success w... [more]
06/09/2019 - 19/10/2019
The annual whale migration inspires the imagination of a nation. People scramble to coastal vantage points to get a glim... [more]
"I'm bored Mum." Sound familiar? Finding school holiday events that will keep your children entertained without breaking... [more]
Melbourne's Psychic Expo has been on the move for years, visiting one location after another. If you have an interest or... [more]
04/08/2019
Have you ever been disappointed with your photos but you don't edit them because the software is costly. Take heart, the... [more]
Our tour to Mungo National Park was the highlight of our Mildura stay. Travelling on a Murraytrek 4WD Adventures day tou... [more]
Do you know how long the famous nude painting, Chloe, has hung on a Melbourne pub wall or which hotel hosted five member... [more]
Mum is too important for the ordinary. She is our protector, our teacher, our confidant, our mentor, and our strengt... [more]
Fancy a short course but study isn't your thing? Does the usual offering of computer courses and self-help classes leav... [more]
Who doesn't love a festival? They're a great day out or weekend away made even better if out of the ordinary. So do head... [more]
Time in Warwick can be well spent on the Condamine River Walk. Although there is a bit of a chill in the air the day we ... [more]
Nature rich Kangaroo Island is a favourite holiday destination for both Aussies and international visitors. On offer... [more]
When we think koalas we think cute and cuddly. Getting a look at these iconic Aussie animals are high on the wish lists ... [more]
Kangaroo Island is renowned for its superb beaches and Emu Bay is no exception. The white sandy beach of Emu Bay runs fo... [more]
The pretty, little town of Beeac dates back to 1860. With a population of only 200 people it is easy to dismiss it as ha... [more]
A real working lighthouse and not just a beacon, Cape Borda Lighthouse is the only one of the four on Kangaroo Island on... [more]
If you haven't been to Melbourne's Psychic Expo yet, what are you waiting for? Follow your interest or satisfy your curi... [more]
30/04/2017
Mum is too special for the ordinary. She does so much for us so often it is easy to take her for granted. Mother's D... [more]
13/05/2017 - 14/05/2017
Texts home that we were visiting a sheep dairy on a Kangaroo Island holiday were met with disbelief. Milking sheep may b... [more]
After you have seen the seals, the koalas, the pelicans, the caves, the remarkable rocks and the wilderness on Kangaroo ... [more]
When we visited the Botanic Gardens at Colac we were not expecting the splendour that awaited us. We did not then know t... [more]
Colac is billed as the Gateway to the Otways. At around 150kms and an hour and a half from the Melbourne CBD Colac is we... [more]
Romance has been an enduring constant across the years. For something different to impress the object of your affection ... [more]
Fountain Gate is one of Melbourne's premier shopping centres but is not as well known for the excellent array of interna... [more]
Christmas is in the air, letterboxes are stuffed with gift catalogues, trees are decorated and plans are being made. Bef... [more]
Colac was not proclaimed as a shire until 1864 but Hugh Murray, for who the town's main street is named, built his first... [more]
Wilson Botanic Park is the place to be this Halloween. The spooky events begin in the afternoon with a Trick or Treat Sp... [more]
30/10/2016
Visiting a cemetery is not something most people will have on their list of leisure time activities, particularly as... [more]
Halloween is perhaps the spookiest night on Melbourne's calendar. You can spend it trick or treating in your neighbourho... [more]
31/10/2016
Tucked on the fringes of the bustling Berwick Village shopping area is Pioneers Park. Expansive lawns, native plantings,... [more]
There are so many reasons first aid training is a good idea. Illness or injury are always stressfu, but it may be less s... [more]
Shepparton has a rich history which it proudly displays today along with a strong focus on art and culture. What's more,... [more]
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