HOT: Farren Bicycles Collection, 131 Brighton St, Richmond

I first met Paul and Charlie Farren on a Melbourne Tweed Ride when they turned up with a coterie of gasp-inducing vintage steeds (and dressed in 19th century cycling garb and tweed as well). Paul told me that these beautiful bicycles were part of a private collection of over a hundred rare and unique vintage […]

HOT: Third Drawer Down, 93 George St, Fitzroy

Third Drawer Down is Melbourne’s home of kook. And giant objects. I often take visitors to Third Drawer Down‘s curated selection of the ‘best of’ museum shops as it’s easy to miss if you’re not looking for it. The small store is a Pandora’s box of fun, useful and not-so-useful products, some designed in house and […]

The Age ‘Forever Curious’ for Melbourne Spring Fashion Week + Giveaway!

Sponsored by Nuffnang Last week Melbourne showcased springtime glamour through Melbourne Spring Fashion Week – and some lucky people won an amazing fashion experience as part of The Age’s Forever Curious campaign. Forever Curious is about uncovering the stories that are all around us, just waiting to be discovered. Curiosity doesn’t kill the cat – […]

The Barons Palate – Giveaway!

I love a good pop up! Especially when the experience combines food and drinks with cutting edge art and design. The Baron Said is a warehouse event space in Fitzroy which derives its name from a historical character created by Sir Martin Lang, a scholar and nobleman who produced literary works in the 18th century. In keeping with […]

Arts Centre Winter Season + Einstein on the Beach Giveaway!

Winter in Melbourne is a great excuse to hide indoors and get cultured – and today one of my favourite Melbourne arts venues, Arts Centre Melbourne, launches its Winter season of dance, opera, puppetry and more. Some of the highlights of the Winter season include Penny Plain, a beautifully dark apocalyptic puppetry comedy; Einstein on the Beach, an epic […]

HOT: Phibs and Rone Mural, Hosier Lane, Melbourne

Ah Melbourne. A city full of hidden secrets. When I first moved to Melbourne I would often roam the laneways of the CBD and the inner city with a camera slung around my neck (yes, this is in the era before camera phones!) gawping at the urban landscape punctuated by street art like I’d never […]

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