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Writer Rank: 72
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Readers: 5417
Subscribers: 7
Articles: 31
Comments: 9
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My WeekendNotes - 31
If you're looking for a little road trip out of Melbourne this weekend, the pretty Romswood Peony Farm in Kerrie in the ... [more]
17/11/2018 - 25/11/2018
Ivanhoe East has a new cafe and it's fantastic. The Daily Harvest has risen from the ashes of Jamie's Bittersweet in a s... [more]
Melbourne's CBD is pumping on a Saturday night. Lights flash, trams rumble past, bands are playing and the dance floors ... [more]
Coming to Melbourne for the holidays or the Melbourne Cup week shenanigans and need a place to stay? Look no further tha... [more]
One of Melbourne's grand institutions, The Windsor Hotel, opens its doors biannually to the Spring 1883 art show. It's a... [more]
01/08/2018 - 04/08/2018
We are greeted at the Whiskery door by Teddy, the gentle staffy after whom the Teddy and the Fox Gin is named. Legend ha... [more]
Chapel Off Chapel's bar was awash with people admiring the artwork hung around the walls and enjoying pre-show bubbl... [more]
02/06/2018
Adelaide is fast becoming a destination in its own right, rather than just a jumping off point for winery tours of the f... [more]
Hire a Kombi - Step out of your comfort zone and into an adventure. Take your kids, your friends or your lover and drive... [more]
If I'm really honest, I have to admit that I didn't think Brisbane was going to be that much fun. We went because we wan... [more]
The four kids are beside themselves with excitement on the 50-minute drive from Melbourne out to Victoria's newest theme... [more]
Sitting in a trendy bar after seeing Tinder Tales: A New Australian Musical and indulging in a very strong Vodka lemon c... [more]
19/04/2018 - 22/04/2018
This 60-minute circus show at the Melbourne Town Hall is part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and is exce... [more]
31/03/2018 - 15/04/2018
After travelling the world and performing in London, Edinburgh, Lisbon, Glasgow, Berlin, Barcelona, Dublin, Perth and Ad... [more]
29/03/2018 - 07/04/2018
Coming just in time for an Easter release, this biblical biopic written by Helen Edmundson and Phillips Goslett refr... [more]
For months I followed Take Shape Adventures on Facebook and Instagram, watching them advertise and document amazing adve... [more]
If you're dreaming of a stroll through the French countryside but France is a little far away, head on over to the C... [more]
03/03/2018
The Butterfly Club in Melbourne's CBD has an extensive display of a quaint, eclectic collection of kitsch. The low-l... [more]
11/01/2018 - 13/01/2018
As a woman, there were times while I was watching John Trengove's film, The Wound, that I was distinctly uncomfortab... [more]
08/02/2018
My family needed a change of scenery but, being mid-term, we were still committed to our regular weekend sports and acti... [more]
Mint Leaf Indian Restaurant is tucked away from the main street of Heidelberg, near the train station. It's a regular ha... [more]
The Barking Gecko Theatre Company's production of Bambert's Book of Lost Stories is a wonderful play for children. Adapt... [more]
27/10/2017 - 28/10/2017
Written and directed by Amanda Kernall, this coming of age story, Sami Blood, is about an indigenous girl's struggle for... [more]
27/12/2017
Approaching the World Heritage listed Melbourne Exhibition Centre at 11am on a Saturday, I felt like a child enterin... [more]
07/10/2017
Last Friday night I attended a comedy sketch show by a very talented ensemble of young people, HLN. Written by Derek Wil... [more]
22/09/2017 - 30/09/2017
"You can't climb a mountain with downhill thoughts". This is one of the many inspiring catchphrases of Justin Bonavi... [more]
08/09/2017 - 10/09/2017
The girls are squawking again, cackling like there's no tomorrow. Fleur had warned me that they really like to celebrate... [more]
Hiding in Heidelberg Heights is a no nonsense indoor archery range. Here, everyone from seven year old children to a... [more]
I wait in the long line snaking its way one large city block up Little Bourke St. It is dinner time and torture to s... [more]
03/08/2017 - 20/08/2017
Scienceworks is a great day out for families with primary school aged children. There are lots of buttons to push an... [more]
"Spare the rod and spoil the child", says the stern round schoolteacher, bonnet pulled tightly, framing her face. A teen... [more]