Best restaurants to take Dad this Australian Father’s Day in Sydney and Melbourne

Father’s Day is fast approaching on Sunday 4 September, so now is literally the time to get planning and making reservations to take the ol’ man if you’re not planning on getting him a gift! There are some great gift options and chances to win here, if you’re interested. NOUR Sydney Nour is a sophisticated […]

Time to see QUEER stories from the NGV Collection in Melbourne running out

The National Gallery of Victoria is exploring Queerness in its full space exhibition Queer: stories from the NGV collection, which ends this month, 21 August. As they say, QUEER shines a light on the NGV Collection to examine and reveal the queer stories works of art can tell. This exhibition of works from the NGV Collection […]

Melbourne’s Affordable Art Fair is back this September

The Other Art Fair

Returning to Melbourne this September 2022, Uniting trusted galleries with avid aesthetes, the famed Affordable Art Fair aims to help people discover new artists and galleries and demystify the conventional art buying experience with highly visible and relatively affordable pricing. For a few days this September (1-4), the Fair will collate myriad art forms including painting, […]

Two-day drive and play itinerary in the stunning Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Hills driving holiday

It’s South Australia’s best-kept secret – the Adelaide Hills.  Renowned for its restaurants and cafes showcasing some of the best produce in the state – you can’t blame the locals for wanting to keep this destination to themselves. The region is also home to some of the finest wineries and venues in the country, boasting […]

Sydney Fringe Festival is back! 500+ shows this August

Sydney’s largest independent arts festival, has today announced its full program of over 500 events across 50 venues and nine festival hubs from 16 August – 30 September 2022, making it Fringe’s largest and longest program to date. There’s a literal TONNE on, so we’re only going to give you a taste here – go to the Sydney Fringe Festival website for […]

Buckingham Palace’s State Rooms are open: chance to see Platinum Jubilee exhibition is now

White drawing room in Buckingham Palace

Every summer (usually), Buckingham Palace opens its world famous State rooms, to the public for a first-hand look into the space that the Royals occupy. It’s an experience that few are afforded but everyone should take, peeping behind the veil of intrigue that surrounds the British Royal Family and all the glamour and prestige behind […]

National Gallery London’s Summer on the Square

The National Gallery London from the front with umbrellas and tables spread out in Trafalgar Square

This summer from 11 29 August in the heart of London, the National Gallery will host a free festival of immersive art, creativity and community. Summer on the Square (Trafalgar, that is), is a festival that’s a re-working of the Gallery’s art collection – creating an entirely new participatory set of experiences and activities that […]

Sydney’s new 25 Martin Place has officially launched its theatre and dining precinct

With a $170 million redevelopment behind it, the new precinct 25 Martin Place is open and ready to welcome visitors, so for the moments you’re wandering through the middle of Sydney with food on the mind, this is where to go. Located at Martin Place Sydney, the multi-storey dining district and late-night bars overlook the plaza and […]