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My WeekendNotes - 129
On Sunday 21 March 2021, The Australian Chamber Choir held a belated birthday bash to honour the late Ludwig van Bee... [more]
High on a green plateau near the historic village of Alstonville, in the northern rivers region of NSW, Summerland H... [more]
India is called the land of spices -no other food in the world utilises as many spices as Indian cuisine. Each meal is... [more]
Sydney is famous for its harbour, but there are many other waterways north of the city to be explored. The northern ... [more]
Nick Russoniello & the Golden Age Quartet are part of the Prelude in Tea series of afternoon concerts held at The In... [more]
Around two hour's drive north of Sydney, the Hunter Valley is one of Australia's premier wine regions. It's also one... [more]
On the east coast of Australia winter = whales. Between mid-May and the end of November, around 30,000 Humpback and ... [more]
You're in for some eye-popping views at Pittwater's latest pop-up café at The Pasadena at Church Point. It's such a ... [more]
The Blue Mountains west of Sydney formed around one million years ago and are a major tourist destination in NSW and A... [more]
Walking trails criss-cross the pointy end of the peninsula and now the cooler weather is coming, it's great to get out i... [more]
I've just been serenaded and fallen in love. I'm not normally so easily smitten, but I've had the pleasure of attendin... [more]
Who doesn't love a selfie? Personally, I'm not very good at it... my thumb gets in the way, I chop off someone's head, o... [more]
05/03/2018 - 18/03/2018
Dreaming of an island holiday? While our busy working harbour hums with activity, the idyllic islands that dot Sydney's ... [more]
What's love got to do with Valentine's Day? One historical account tells the story of a man named Valentinus, who die... [more]
We may be in the southern hemisphere and sweltering by the time we get to December, but dotted around Sydney the heat wo... [more]
A fabulous new organic food store and cafe has made its mark on the foodie scene in the Hills district of Sydney and t... [more]
The Blue Mountains Botanic Garden at Mt Tomah is a unique and very special place. Roughly a 90-minute drive west of Sydn... [more]
01/11/2017 - 30/11/2017
You could be dreaming of the French Riviera, the Caribbean, or a Mediterranean cruise, but a much cheaper option and c... [more]
The end of the school year and the start of summer deserves a market day to celebrate, let your hair down, and maybe hav... [more]
Thank goodness going to the movies is back in fashion because I love eating in the dark - choc-tops, huge vats of po... [more]
Dural in Sydney's north-west always makes me breathe deeper. There's something about the semi-rural suburb that makes ... [more]
For a hit of the countryside and a fabulous day amongst the gum trees, get to Galston, on the western outskirts of Sydne... [more]
20/10/2017 - 22/10/2017
Most of us know Maggie Beer; you may have visited her farm-gate in South Australia, seen her television show The Cook ... [more]
Sydney has an intriguing and often hidden history and, being a working harbour, many of the fascinating and historic s... [more]
Picturesque valleys surrounded by rolling hills, dirt roads that lead into sub-alpine bush, and paddocks filled with h... [more]
Author, chef, and wholefoods educator and pioneer, Holly Davis, has just released her latest book, 'Ferment - A Guide ... [more]
Manly, on Sydney's northern beaches, is awash with eateries - restaurants and quiet corner cafes full of tasty morse... [more]
Everglades house and gardens cover 13 acres of land in Leura, N.S.W. The art-deco house and European-style garden over... [more]
The Australian Chamber Choir has celebrated its 10th birthday with an acclaimed series of concerts in Europe and Aus... [more]
There's no need to wait for the heat waves of summer to come rolling in. Right now is, in fact, the best time to visit... [more]
North Head Sanctuary is just 11kms from Sydney's CBD and part of the Sydney Harbour Federation Trust - a self-funding ag... [more]
Double double, toil and trouble; fire burn and cauldron bubble". Tossing a few poisoned entrails, eye of newt and toe ... [more]
14/07/2017 - 29/07/2017
A simple entrance off Lane Cove Road near the start of the M2 motorway at North Ryde is all it takes to flee the maddi... [more]
Sydney has so many picturesque vantage points from which to view the beautiful blue harbour, and Georges Heights Headl... [more]
A new benchmark coffee destination in Sydney's inner west has been set by The Grounds at Alexandria. Walking into this... [more]
With a long weekend to spend in Victor Harbor on the south coast of South Australia, we took the opportunity to explor... [more]
There's nothing like a bit of wintry weather to send us running indoors, and even though the northern beaches is awash w... [more]
This inaugural Central Coast festival will showcase farms and businesses among the mountains and valleys from Mangrove M... [more]
10/06/2017 - 11/06/2017
Stopping at this cute pocket-sized coffee shop and creative bakery at 161 Eastern Valley Way, Middle Cove makes me fee... [more]
In the heart of Crows Nest on Sydney's north shore, Anvil Café & Grocer have set their sights high. Owners Rani and ... [more]
In Small Street, Willoughby, the forces of the universe have aligned to bring a unique tri-fold venue to the north shore... [more]
Since its beginnings in 2004, 63 million meals have been delivered, 963 charities have benefitted and 21,000 tonnes of... [more]
Mother's Day, Father's Day, Anzac Day, rainy, lazy Sundays - whatever the occasion, it's hard to beat a roast lamb dinne... [more]
16/05/2017 - 20/05/2017
A beautiful harbourside picnic spot, barbeque facilities, boat and canoe launching spots,and walking trails all add up t... [more]
St. Ives Show 2017 is on the third weekend in May and promises to be a spectacularly fun time for the entire family. Set... [more]
20/05/2017 - 21/05/2017
Permaculture is celebrated around the world on the first Sunday in May and three gardens on the northern beaches of Sydn... [more]
The streets of Bowral are lined with deciduous trees so in Autumn the landscape is awash with shades of red, yellow, ora... [more]
Our picture window on the 17th floor of the Hotel Beacon on New York's Upper West Side faces west and gives us views o... [more]
I don't often get to this part of the harbour. It's tucked away behind Mosman and a little way off the main thoroughfa... [more]
It's Autumn and a wonderful time to be in a garden. Even if you don't have one of your own, it's still a fabulous time t... [more]
Here I was thinking I was going to hike the majestic Great Ocean Road (GOR) in Victoria - you know, get a little fitter,... [more]
As an east-coaster, I had never heard of Port Nuarlunga. But on a recent trip through the Fleurieu Peninsula, south of A... [more]
It's a Riviera of a different kind; there's no high-rise apartment blocks and no huge Westfield shopping centres. Instea... [more]
It can be hard to pick a good motel. In the heat of the moment at the end of a long day's drive, I've driven into so... [more]
With warm dappled light streaming in from the high glass ceiling, and a peaceful green framework surrounding the spaci... [more]
Two cappuccino, no sugar, and views please. I want to ogle the outlook, soak up the scene, and be entranced by the surro... [more]
Fresh farm produce at markets is just the best way to get your weekly groceries, talk to the providores to find out ... [more]
The Billich Gallery, at 106 George Street, The Rocks, Sydney, is one of Australia's leading contemporary art galleri... [more]
In the heart of Sydney, the pulse of the Royal Botanic Gardens never stops beating. Opened in 1816, this still-thriv... [more]
I do love a good garden centre, one that takes the time to fill its space with something unusual, or makes that bit ... [more]
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