HOT: Phat Milk, 208 Mt Alexander Rd, Travancore

Phat Milk in Travancore is shaking up the run-of-the-mill cafe menus normally found in the area. And where is Travancore you might ask? It’s a somewhat forgotten suburb between Flemington and Moonee Ponds. Phat Milk is right by the gates of Flemington Primary School, making it a perfect pre or post school hangout. The frontage is […]

HOT: Arbory Eatery and Bar, Flinders Walk, Melbourne

The first weekend of Melbourne Food and Wine Festival (Saturday 28 February – Sunday 15 March) hosted loads of special events along the Yarra as part of ‘Open Kitchen’, including ‘A Coastal Culinary Trail’ at the just-opened Arbory Eatery and Bar. I was invited to visit the event and as I’ve been watching the building progress […]

What’s On – Australia Day 2015

Happy Australia Day ! Here’s a list of what’s happening around town to celebrate our national day. They are mostly free. (Try this lamington jaffle from Bad Frankie bar while you’re at it!) CBD/DOCKLANDS Government House Open Day (Mon 26 Jan) – tour the main House,  view the historical collection, interactive INSIDE the BRICK Lego Play […]

Paris to Provence Festival – Giveaway!

Being a Francophile and foodie one of my favourite annual family outings is the Paris to Provence French Festival at the National Trust’s Como House. Read my review of my previous visit. This year French producers, retailers, entertainment and workshops will be turning the gardens into a French market village from Friday 21 November to […]

Pushy Women South, Gasworks Arts Park, Albert Park, Sunday 2 March – Giveaway!

City of Port Phillip is presenting She Spoke – Southside Women on Wheels with 3 months of rides, workshops and special events celebrating women on bikes. One of their first events is happening this Sunday 2 March at Gasworks Albert Park. It’s Pushy Women South! They’re smart, sharp, dirty, hot and hilarious and will push the envelope with tales […]

Where to celebrate Chinese New Year 2014 – Year of the Horse

Chinese New Year is a special time for our family because we’re half Chinese. Even if you’re not of Asian descent it’s a great time in Melbourne for firecrackers, lion dances and lots of yummy food! Here’s a list of CNY festivals in Melbourne in date order which are all free: Victoria Street Lunar Festival – Sun […]

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