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Michaelie Clark is a pun-loving Australian writer and creature of the night with a fondness for musty books and bold adventures.

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Writer Rank: 27
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My WeekendNotes - 144
Spotlight
Amid the gilded realm of Melbourne's haughty doors, alluring laneways and trend-setting social hubs lurks a rather... [more]
You'll find more spirits than you bargained for when you visit some of Victoria's pubs. With our rich history an... [more]
If you're a straight, single woman in this city, chances are that you're looking for love – or for a good time. Either w... [more]
Take away the wool suits and the pencil skirts and you'll find that underneath, we're all nudists. With that in mind, we... [more]
If you have ever been told to never mix your drinks, read on, because here comes the rebuttal. There is nothing so glori... [more]
There are plenty of people who spend their lives searching. They are looking for the best job, the finest partner, or a ... [more]
 
Fancy an island adventure, but you're cash-strapped and time-poor? Then look no further than the Isle of Cumbrae: it's p... [more]
Known for its decades of dedication to supporting and showcasing cultural diversity in the arts, The Boite World Music C... [more]
25/06/2016
Get set for some beats and some bends – there's an exciting dance-meets-yoga event on its way to St Kilda's Luna Park on... [more]
01/05/2016
No-one ever said practicing meditation and taking time to care for our all-round peace and wellbeing couldn't be fun – l... [more]
Lake Bolac is a quiet little town about two and a half hours' drive from Melbourne, once famous only for its surplus of ... [more]
12/12/2015 - 13/12/2015
There's a marked thrill in the air, an anticipatory shiver is taking hold and there are outbreaks of goosebumps being re... [more]
21/05/2015 - 23/05/2015
A sassy new club has sauntered onto the scene and it's causing quite the stir. Since its opening last month, LUX Nightcl... [more]
Melbourne is the city of food and fashion, Adelaide is the city of churches, and along the coast between the two is Wa... [more]
On Botanic Road, just north of the Warrnambool CBD, twenty acres of serene and interesting gardens are situated. Designe... [more]
She first added her own unique beat to the rhythm of the Australian music industry nigh on thirty years ago and yet Kate... [more]
02/10/2013 - 03/11/2013
For all that Melbourne is a modern metropolis, sometimes the lure of a bygone era calls, and luckily, our city i... [more]
Prepare to be teased and titillated, charmed, challenged, amused and beguiled – the Australian Burlesque Festiva... [more]
07/06/2012 - 24/06/2012
The city of Melbourne is a curious creature of mystery, a mistress of intrigue and culture. Her face is lined with the m... [more]
It's part of the holy trinity of the consumer world, but when it comes to the service experience, many Melburnians would... [more]
When it comes to dining out, many of us are consumed by etiquette. Some people find themselves impeded by the childhood ... [more]
We are just a few years shy of commemorating one hundred years since the Gallipoli Landing. It all happened a long time ... [more]
25/04/2012
If you're a nostalgic rock lover pining for the days of high-pitched, raspy vocals and dirty riffs, look no further than... [more]
It's renowned as one of the bogan capitals of Australia, but over the last year and a half, Colac (on the Princes Highwa... [more]
Dedicated Jane Austen lovers from far and wide will be flocking to Canberra from the 12th to the 15th of April for the a... [more]
12/04/2012 - 15/04/2012
Located just off the South West coast between Port Fairy and Warrnambool, approximately three hours from Melbourne, lies... [more]
26/04/2012 - 29/04/2012
Melburnians are in for a remarkable experience this May with the launch of SHE RAW, an evocative photographic ex... [more]
03/05/2012 - 13/05/2012
If there's one thing Melburnians love, it's something local and fresh (just look at how much we adore sexy export Chris ... [more]
If you needed proof that the west-side suburb of Newport has turned a new corner, then this is it. The Hall Street edifi... [more]
At WeekendNotes we obviously love our Saturday and Sunday fun – but what about Tuesday, that difficult day of the week, ... [more]
Forget the constraints of contemporary responsibilities and become a free spirit for a day and night in Melbourn... [more]
Steak lovers will often get into a bloody battle about how the perfect steak should be cooked. Those who order it rare c... [more]
If you want to explore Europe but don't have the time or wherewithal to do it, we have the perfect solution. Ta... [more]
Traditionally a celebration of the local community, with live music events, family activities and a focus on food, Wunta... [more]
03/02/2012 - 05/02/2012
Haggling is something that comes naturally to some people. They'll wrangle and negotiate and beat down prices and then w... [more]
Undoubtedly one of the best weekend escapes in Victoria, Daylesford is a small town with a laid-back alternative... [more]
Hot on the heels of Friday's euphoric end to the working week and Saturday's hours of leisure comes Sunday, and the know... [more]
Once upon a time it was a very rare thing, but in recent years, tipping in Australia has almost become customary, to the... [more]
Opening in 2002 as a commemoration of Australia's first hundred years as a unified country, Federation Square ha... [more]
Melbourne's biggest celebration of Queer arts, culture and revelry is set to stir the city into a frenzy of fun once mor... [more]
15/01/2012 - 05/02/2012
The Steam Packet Hotel, in history-rich Williamstown, is one of those snug old pubs that immediately feels like your loc... [more]
Port Fairy may be a small town, but this quirky coastal region is big on community – a quality that's more than evident ... [more]
24/12/2011 - 26/01/2012
At WeekendNotes we obviously love our Saturday and Sunday fun – but what about Tuesday, that difficult day of the week, ... [more]
Melbourne nightlife wouldn't be the same without its Queer Culture – but with our drag kings and queens, fabulously flam... [more]
What could possibly be better than an hour dedicated to happiness? The answer is two hours. Or three, or four, or even m... [more]
At WeekendNotes we obviously love our Saturday and Sunday fun – but what about Tuesday, that difficult day of the week, ... [more]
At WeekendNotes we obviously love our Saturday and Sunday fun – but what about Tuesday, that difficult day of the week, ... [more]
Everyone in Melbourne likes to think their suburb is the best. West side, east side, south or north of the river – the c... [more]
Once the butt of a lot of suburban ribbing, Frankston is now one of Melbourne's biggest up and coming areas, and is prov... [more]
14/01/2012 - 15/01/2012
It may be a 'serious' port, dealing in heavy-duty shipping and commercial fishing, but just like The Warrnambool Breakwa... [more]
We've taken a look at Melbourne's most pretentious places – and now it's time to take a break from them. Check out our t... [more]
If you're taken along to Chowder House for the first time by a friend who thinks Chowder House rules, it's quite possibl... [more]
Located on the Princes Highway between Warrnambool and Portland, the Codrington Wind Farm was the first renewable energy... [more]
If you're looking for a summer holiday destination that provides entertainment for the whole family, you can't go far wr... [more]
If you want to get a good look at what Warrnambool has to offer, the Cannon Hill scenic lookout is a great place to star... [more]
Once upon a time it was a swamp – now it's a place where children could live happily ever after. Situated on a picturesq... [more]
Kids love playing hide-and-seek around Lake Pertobe's colourful maze, located beside one of the park's miniature streams... [more]
There is no doubt that Melbourne is a fantastic city. Unfortunately, the price we pay for our metropolitan mien is often... [more]
Bargain hunters – check out Fishpond, the best Australian alternative to eBay. With a huge catalogue featuring everythin... [more]
Christmas is all about relaxing, making merry with family and friends and eating until you're fit to burst – it's not ab... [more]
01/12/2011 - 25/12/2011
So, you've strained your left buttock and broken your small right toe in an unfortunate manoeuvre while dancing to Glori... [more]
Warrnambool may be renowned as the place to watch whales, but those impressive creatures aren't the only marine mammals ... [more]
While Warrnambool's spectacular coastline doesn't always appeal to sunbathers and sea nymphs, it does attract plenty of ... [more]
Join a community of thousands of diverse people celebrating alternative lifestyles at the ConFest Summer Festival from T... [more]
29/12/2011 - 04/01/2012
In a city of sunny weather, ice cream becomes one of life's finest features – but where to find the crθme de la crθme of... [more]
Fondly known by Warrnambool residents as The Dirty Angel due the seemingly improper pose of the statue when viewed side-... [more]
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