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TAZIO – MELBOURNE, VIC

A great place to entertain on Flinders Lane Melbourne is a city full of the food-obsessed and it caters for all types: the humble burger reigns supreme yet you won’t be hard pressed to find a dish featuring unrecognizable (and unpronounceable) ingredients covered in a whipped foam that the chef will proudly pronounce as his […]

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THE MILL HOUSE – MELBOURNE

Fun and food with friends on Flinders Lane Flinders Lane is quintessentially Melbourne: what might first appear like a quiet, unassuming CBD lane, is in fact home to some of the best bars and eateries in Australia with an eclectic mix of styles and cultures that serve as a celebration of Melbourne’s multiculturalism. It’s entirely […]

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OLD ERROWANBANG WOOLSHED – CARCOAR, NSW

Family accommodation in the Central Tablelands on the site of a historic woolshed Long before the Orange region founded its blossoming reputation as a cool climate wine destination, the New South Wales Central Tablelands was sheep country, home to some of Australia’s most legendary shearers. 35km south of Orange, just outside the tiny township of […]

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STOPOVER IN STYLE AT THE INTERCON SINGAPORE

A quick layover doesn’t have to be stressful Home to one of the busiest airports in the world, Singapore is a popular stop-off point. But so many people don’t even leave the airport. With hotels like the InterContinental in town, you’d be mad not to cross the threshold and rest your head in style. That […]

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BURLEIGH BREWING CO – QLD

Backstage with the brewmaster The sun, the surf, the laid back atmosphere. Everything you love about Burleigh Heads is available with just the pop of a bottle thanks to Burleigh Brewing Co. The boutique brewery has risen through the ranks and now boasts its stance as Queensland’s biggest Australian-owned brewery… and the beer doesn’t disappoint. […]

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SEAMSTRESS RESTAURANT & BAR – MELBOURNE

Oriental surprises in Melbourne’s tastiest sewing room   One really doesn’t expect to find such a bonanza of delights before you enter the small doorway of Seamstress Restaurant and Bar through Lonsdale St. It’s a modern Asian culinary jack-in-the box, and the delights appeal both to the eyes and taste buds. The adventure starts off upstairs, […]

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THE ELEGANCE OF COCKTAIL CULTURE AT POLLY – FITZROY

Fitzroy’s Portal to the old world Polly Bar feels like an old English smoking room from the turn of the 19th century.  One might be initially intimidated by the onslaught of bottles that line the bar at eye level, but such an impression quickly dissipates. Whilst Dave, manager and barman-extraordinaire, knocks together a Bloody Mary, his […]

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THE SHAW DAVEY SLUM – MELBOURNE

A great bar and restaurant with an even better story In 1958, two housing commissioners, Shaw and Davey, declared large areas of housing in Carlton as slums and attempted to bring them down. So began the fight to preserve Carlton’s heritage. The Shaw Davey Slum in Carlton represents this era of Australian history and so […]

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EPIC CATCH- MELBOURNE

A unique platform matching like-minded people with fun and exciting experiences If your thumb hurts from swiping on Tinder or you’re tired of begging your friends to try something new, this may be for you.  Epic Catch offers the opportunity to try something new in your city whilst matching you to someone with similar interests. […]

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FLYING HIGH WITH PTERODACTYL HELICOPTERS – BRISBANE

If you’re after a helicopter experience that is tailored to your individual tastes and needs then take off in style with Captain Mike and arrive like an A-list celebrity Less than 45 minutes’ drive West of Brisbane, in a seemingly different world on the fringe of the D’Aguilar National Park and nestled in the forests […]

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