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Gayle Beveridge is a past winner of the Boroondara Literary Awards and her work has appeared in Award Winning Australian Writing. Gayle is passionate about family, writing, photography, and with Victoria’s beautiful Bass Coast which she now calls home.

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Australian Wildlife (15|1)
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Broken Hill (4)
Children's Activities and Events (12)
Children's Playgrounds (10)
Citizen Science (8)
Echuca (6)
Festivals (11|1)
Gippsland and The Bass Coast (44|7)
Movies (5)
Museums and Collections (25)
New South Wales Holidays (26)
Outback Australia (27|5)
Parks and Gardens (31|4)
Photography (11)
Queensland Holidays (26|1)
Things to do When You're Stuck at Home (15|1)
Unusual Things To Do (33|1)
Victorian Holidays and Weekend Escapes (22|4)
Writing (12)
Writer Rank: 5
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My WeekendNotes - 296
Mirboo North, affectionately known as the mural town, is an easy day trip for those in Melbourne's southeast and is we... [more]
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]
The Bass Coast Summer Agricultural Show is back in 2023. Held each year on the second weekend in January the Bass Coast ... [more]
14/01/2023 - 15/01/2023
There are more waterfalls in Victoria than you might think, but Agnes Falls is my favourite. In beautiful Prom Count... [more]
Writing competitions are great motivators. They give you a deadline to work towards and a prize to reward you for your e... [more]
Christmas is just around the corner. Letter boxes are choc-a-block with gift catalogues, trees are decorated and plans... [more]
If you write short stories then you are a writer. Competitions are a great way to move from being a writer to being a pu... [more]
It's back! After significant community fund-raising efforts and some grant funding the multi-award winning, Boolarra Fol... [more]
The Mirboo North Italian Festa is back in 2023 and is as strong as ever. The Festa has its roots planted in 1966. Anyt... [more]
Are your photos, hundreds or perhaps even thousands of them, stagnating on your hard drive? They are, aren't they? Be ... [more]
It's back! The Kilcunda Lobster Festival is returning in 2023, after COVID forced it into a two-year hiatus. They hold t... [more]
Cruise ships are back after a two-year hiatus and cruise ship spotting has become an entertainment and one that is not... [more]
For all who love roses, the beautiful flowers of romance, the Rose Society of Victoria is putting on the Spring Rose Spe... [more]
19/11/2022 - 20/11/2022
The 31st of October is almost upon us and with-it Halloween. Many children will want to go trick or treating but if you'... [more]
The Thorpdale Potato Festival is a celebration of the humble potato and a long history of potato farming in the region, ... [more]
There are people who look forward to summer and autumn just to be able to visit the Blue Lotus Water Garden again. Once ... [more]
26/12/2022 - 10/04/2023
It's on again, the International Rose Garden Festival in Morwell. Yes, there is an abundance of roses in this well estab... [more]
12/11/2022 - 13/11/2022
Loch Village is a small town in South Gippsland. It is steeped in heritage and always beautiful but it really shines in ... [more]
29/10/2022 - 30/10/2022
Are you partial to pretty flowers or are in love with roses and you're looking for an easy day trip away from metro-Melb... [more]
12/11/2022 - 13/11/2022
Spring is here, tadpoles are hatching and the frogs are croaking but did you know frogs don't just croak? Some bark, som... [more]
11/11/2022 - 20/11/2022
Do you want to be part of something huge, fun, and important and be in the running for some great prizes? Be a citizen s... [more]
17/10/2022 - 23/10/2022
You might never have heard of Fig and The Bay but once you've tasted the food, you'll certainly be talking about it. Thi... [more]
If you like getting something for nothing and you're up to a writing challenge with a $500 cash prize, the Furious Ficti... [more]
02/12/2022 - 04/12/2022
Are they stagnating on your hard drive; those hundreds or even thousands of photos you have taken? They are, aren't ... [more]
It's been a while, but Melbourne is back in business, and what better way to celebrate than by visiting some or all of t... [more]
Murals have become very much 'a thing' these days, murals on silos, on water tanks, on shop walls, and on fences, but th... [more]
When I turned twenty-one, my mother told me I would never feel any different. It was a commentary on adulthood, and for ... [more]
Plants depend on pollinators and so do we. It's not just about the beautiful flowers, it's about our fruit and vegetable... [more]
I once read an article that claimed there were over 3,000 writing competitions offered across the world in any one y... [more]
If you like to write and you like to win and at the same time make a contribution to a cause bigger than yourself, then ... [more]
01/10/2021 - 03/03/2022
A visit to Parkes had long been on our agenda. We called in to look at the radio telescope that starred in the film, 'Th... [more]
It was only an hour's drive from Barcaldine to Longreach as we continued our 80-day road trip. Again, we spent much ... [more]
So, you take photos all the time. You love it. Maybe you share them with your friends on social media. Then what hap... [more]
The Enduring Imaginative and Creative Benefits of Literary Nonsense I recently read a quote by George Dyer, English c... [more]
We had passed through Ilfracombe on our way to Longreach. Just short of twenty minutes drive from Longreach, it is a... [more]
We had been looking forward to our stay in Queensland's Sapphire Fields, so on arriving at Rubyvale, our first call ... [more]
We made the trip to Charleville from Bourke, a short two-hour drive, and we might as well have been crossing continent... [more]
We made the trip to Richmond in northern outback Queensland from Mount Isa. It was 406 kilometres through barren pla... [more]
If photography is your passion or if you just get a bit snap-happy with your phone, you will probably amass a signif... [more]
We drove up to Mount Isa from Cloncurry, only one and a half hours. The road and the landscape are unlike any we enc... [more]
We were on the road from Lightning Ridge to Narrabri and passed sparsely vegetated bush, red dirt, roaming sheep and... [more]
When we arrived at Altina Wildlife Park, an emu was wandering the grounds and seemed attracted to car lights. It wandere... [more]
Have you heard of Cunnamulla? I hadn't until I started to plan our outback trip. Like most towns we had never heard ... [more]
The Age of Dinosaurs is a working museum in Winton in Outback Queensland which houses the largest collection of Australi... [more]
Although Sarina is only 34 kilometres south of Mackay, we drove down from Townsville; it was part of a longer road t... [more]
Barcaldine is a small Queensland town of around 1,400 people. About an hour's drive south of Longreach, the town is ... [more]
We drove up to Bourke from Cobar, 160kms along Kidman Way. Cobar had given us a taste of the outback, but it was her... [more]
Diptych is a great way to display pairs of photos that has its roots firmly set in artistic history. It can really step ... [more]
Hillston, the largest town on the Carathool Shire with a population of around 1,500, was our second stop when my husband... [more]
If I had to nominate any town as a crossroads it, would be Cobar. A town of around 4,600 people in Central New South... [more]
We were on an eighty-day autumn and winter road trip when we visited Cloncurry, a small Queensland town of around 3,000 ... [more]
Any Google search for cricket scandals or controversies will reveal a surprising number of results from those that raise... [more]
Who doesn't love music? it's part of the human condition! It's why babies are captivated by song and why toddlers can't ... [more]
Melbourne is widely viewed, I think, as the sports capital of Australia. Australian Rules Football was born here; the fi... [more]
Imagine being able to step back in time aboard a historic ship. It's not a pipe dream, you can do this in Melbourne. Bot... [more]
I don't imagine I will ever actually visit the Louvre in Paris, not only because I don't have any plans to travel to Fra... [more]
What a wonderful surprise Meeniyan was when we visited earlier this year. I could not have imagined it had so much t... [more]
Not just a garden but a wonderful family attraction, Blue Lotus Water Gardens offers 14 acres of tropical gardens which ... [more]
10/12/2021 - 17/04/2022
Inverloch is already a well-known holiday town and has been so since the early 1900s. Its street murals are more recent,... [more]
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