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From her garret somewhere on the Bass Coast, Emma writes for WeekendNotes, travel publications, and plumbing websites of note. Read more at, or follow me on Instagram @wordsfromawoodward

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Writer Rank: 59
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Readers: 6404
Subscribers: 11
Articles: 18
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My WeekendNotes - 18
With coastal views, glimpses of history and tumbling hills (to look at, not climb) the 23km Bass Coast Rail Trail is... [more]
Get ready for a great run, because the Kieser Great Ocean Road Running Festival is back again for 2022. Over the... [more]
14/05/2022 - 15/05/2022
If you've got a spare weekend and you can't go out exploring, then why not give straw bale gardening a try? It's eas... [more]
The Melbourne Marathon Festival is planning to go ahead in 2021. Although COVID-19 has thrown plenty of obstacles onto t... [more]
11/12/2021 - 12/12/2021
The first issue of PENinsula was released at the end of 2020, and submissions are now open for issue two. Penned... [more]
Right in the heart of town, tucked just out of sight behind some beautiful greenery, you'll find Marysville Garden Cotta... [more]
If you are visiting Marysville for the day, then it's definitely worth taking a walk to see Steavenson Falls. But if you... [more]
Erica is one of those small, "last stop before the big attraction" type towns. It's on the way to Mount Baw Baw and ... [more]
How many times have I driven through The Gurdies, seen the picnic stop signs, and wondered what was there? There's r... [more]
Just over an hour's drive from the Melbourne CBD, this camping spot is pretty close, as bush getaways go. You wi... [more]
Michael Christie's Greenwood spans the course of a little over a hundred years, following the fates of the Greenwood... [more]
Tucked away on a corner of Phillip Island that's nothing like touristy Cowes, Rhyll seems to take life at a slower p... [more]
Since its release, Christopher McDougall's Born to Run has created its fair share of controversy. The book is subti... [more]
What's an ensemble with a commitment to energetic, accessible, and unique productions supposed to do when a pandemic... [more]
04/09/2020 - 06/11/2020
It's a blustery day in late July, and we're trying to beat an oncoming storm down to the end of the Frankston-Baxter... [more]
Stretching for a little over 4 km between the Frankston CBD and the Peninsula Link Trail, the Frankston-Baxter Trail... [more]
Tucked between tall eucalypts, the Buttercup Creek Camping Area is a tranquil escape from the everyday. Just out of ... [more]
Bunarong Park is named for the Boon Wurrung people, and is a small hidden gem in the middle of suburban streets. ... [more]