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City: Canberra

I'm a Canberran who loves cheese, wine, chocolate and exploring with my little family.

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Writer Rank: 3
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Readers: 26871
Subscribers: 21
Articles: 105
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My WeekendNotes - 105
Bonjour! Dreaming of a trip to Europe to experience the Christmas markets but worried Covid has killed that dream? Fear ... [more]
As the sun warms the orchards, it can mean just one thing in the Hilltops Region: it's cherry season! If you're a fo... [more]
01/11/2020 - 31/12/2020
Whether you want to eat, drink or be merry (or all of them - after the bin fire that has been 2020, no one is judgin... [more]
07/11/2020 - 13/12/2020
If you want to add a fresh-cut Christmas tree to your celebration this year, the good news is that Canberra has not ... [more]
2020 is the year to embrace regional travel and despite being more famous for its winter offerings, the Snowy Mounta... [more]
01/12/2020 - 31/01/2021
If you love coffee, plants and flowers, add Deadwood Cafe in Braidwood to your weekend itinerary immediately! Deadwo... [more]
The traditional Nara Candle Festival won't be going ahead in Canberra this year but there is still cause to celebrate. T... [more]
22/10/2020 - 25/10/2020
On the northern end of Lonsdale Street in Braddon, you'll spy some paint-box bright beanbags under a curbside tree i... [more]
The signature event of Boorowa's annual Irish Woolfest is the quirky tradition of the running of the sheep, which sees a... [more]
If the springtime vibe has you feeling a sudden urge to revamp your garden, the Monster Plant Sale at Junee is a budget-... [more]
16/09/2020 - 27/09/2020
Whether you're a fully-fledged crazy plant person or just starting out on your plant parent journey, it helps to kno... [more]
Bloomin' heck! Springtime is fast approaching in the nation's capital which means flowers and blossoms are about to ... [more]
Floriade is usually one of the blockbuster events on the Canberra calendar but the plans for 2020 took a dramatic tu... [more]
12/09/2020 - 11/10/2020
The salsa beats are pumping and the smell of empanadas is wafting on the breeze. Crowds of people are tapping their ... [more]
If staring at a tiny telly Watching Friends repeats throughout lockdown has you yearning for the sparkle of the silv... [more]
If 2020 has got you feeling a bit down, here's an idea to brighten things up: take a country drive through the rolli... [more]
24/08/2020 - 08/10/2020
White Chaco is a bit of an enigma - their website comes with a warning that it's located in a 'hidden corner' but I ... [more]
I wandered into the sunny courtyard of The Mill Room on a crisp winter's day, lured by the rustic stone walls sharin... [more]
After what seems like forever, the beautiful, gigantic doors of Dirty Janes in Canberra are wide open and welcoming ... [more]
Although the mercury in the Capital has a nasty habit of hovering below zero over winter, Canberra has a big, warm be... [more]
Tucked in a peaceful space between the National Gallery of Australia building and Lake Burley Griffin is a tranquil ... [more]
People of Canberra, put out your empty plates and give thanks to the pastry gods! In possibly the most Canberran bus... [more]
There's a special alchemy taking place in the Snowy Mountains township of Jindabyne where Margot, the magician behin... [more]
Jammed between the outer Belconnen suburb of Evatt and the Barton Highway, Palmerville Heritage Park is an unexpecte... [more]
Canberra's inner north suburb of Dickson is affectionately known as Canberra's Chinatown because of the number of As... [more]
Coming up with ways to keep the kids engaged, entertained and interested in learning at home can be overwhelming. Lu... [more]
Snuggled in a sunny corner in Canberra's inner north, The Garden Botanicus Perfectus has been a bright pop of garden... [more]
As the effects of Covid-19 start to hit hard, the thought of heading to the supermarket is about as appealing as root ca... [more]
As the #stayhome movement becomes the norm, your home should, more than ever, be your safe, calm haven. Indoor plant... [more]
Right now, the world is experiencing an unprecedented emergency as Covid-19 spreads - this is affecting not only our... [more]
One of the best parts of winter in Canberra is the easy access to the snowy slopes. Parts the alpine region did burn... [more]
When it comes to gardening, most people either have thumbs as green as shamrocks and a mad passion for plants or, at... [more]
There are some things that are unique to Canberra: an irrationally emotive response to the question Northside or Sou... [more]
There's something about the idea of being on the water which bursts with promises of adventure. Heading along the wh... [more]
If you want to make some family memories to treasure, the little village of Gold Creek Village is packed full of fun... [more]
Do you love llamas? Or think alpacas are adorable? If your answer is a huge 'hell yeah!', here's some big news for y... [more]
If you want to cram your 'gram full of blazing glory this autumn, pop on your beanie and boots and get ready to ... [more]
If you love the idea of cramming in as many autumn festivals as you can before the winter chill sets in, you're in l... [more]
As every book lover knows, you should never judge a book by its cover! Canberra proves this point: contrary to belie... [more]
Let's face it: fashion is responsible for a huge amount of our environmental footprint but buying second-hand means ... [more]
The Canberra region is probably most famous for its springtime Floriade festival but in my humble opinion, autumn is... [more]
Shhhh. Did you hear something? And who turned that light on? Did you feel a shiver? Just some of the questions I ask... [more]
Once a year, a farm load of animals invades the city and the smell of dagwood dogs hangs heavy in the late-summer Canb... [more]
28/02/2020 - 01/03/2020
One thing about Canberra that constantly amazes me is how there is always something new to discover. Take this for e... [more]
Once a gold mining village, Murrumbateman is now the heart of gourmet food and wine culture and home to over twenty ... [more]
The Canberra Balloon Spectacular 2020 will be held from the 7 - 15 March. For the past thirty years, the Balloon Spe... [more]
07/03/2020 - 15/03/2020
While the myth of the 'Canberra Bubble' stubbornly floats around, the truth about Canberra is that far from being an... [more]
21/02/2020 - 23/02/2020
Chaki Chaki Japanese Restaurant and Bar has been part of the bustling Braddon dining scene since 2016. When I finall... [more]
A strange but true fact is that Australia is home to over 150 'Big Things' - the gigantic sculptures and novelty buildin... [more]
Sometimes opening the door to a real-life, human world store is infinitely more satisfying than opening a browser wi... [more]
The Australian High Country is jam-packed with history and interesting surprises including significant Ngarigo and c... [more]
Does your pooch pine with envy every time you head off to pilates? If the answer is yes (or if you just want to leve... [more]
I have a confession to make - nothing too startling or outrageous but a confession nonetheless: I am a chocoholic. A... [more]
Parents and carers of Canberra, listen up: a new indoor play centre has arrived on the block and this one is refresh... [more]
A top-class addition to Canberra's dining scene, Raku is a prime example of how Canberra's food scene has doubled-do... [more]
Cherry lovers listen up, it's that time of year when the glorious red globes are ripe and ready for the picking! The... [more]
01/11/2019 - 31/12/2019
If you're dreaming of some time out from city life, the alpine wildflower season is the perfect motivation to get ba... [more]
Lovers of art and handmade rejoice! Splatter Gallery is a beautifully curated store offering a range of handmade (an... [more]
If you love ice cream (and let's be honest, who doesn't), there's a little family-run ice creamery in the north of C... [more]
Whales have lured people to the regional port of Eden for centuries - the Yuin people used whales for food and oil a... [more]
01/11/2019 - 03/11/2019
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