Great Barrier Reef conservation takes centre stage in new IMAX documentary

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You need to go to IMAX in Melbourne. Why? Because the Great Barrier Reef’s capacity to survive is under threat. In their new documentary GREAT BARRIER REEF 3D, shot by Emmy award-winning Australian cinematographer Richard Fitzpatrick, ACS, they examine the reef’s resilience in the face of climate change and coral decline, the family-friendly movie encourages young […]

Why you need the Victorinox Spectra suitcase for your post-lockdown travels

Standing at the luggage carousel at any airport around the world, the sea of suitcases on rotation in a mind-numbingly wide array of different variations of black is about the most unexciting element of any airport experience. Not to mention, the struggle of trying to find the bag that’s rightfully yours as you prise it […]

4 easy ways to protect your eyes this summer

Taking care of your eyes is crucial, yet it’s something that so many people don’t pay enough attention to. That’s just one of the reasons why 12 million people over the age of 40 in the U.S. alone struggle with vision issues.  Granted, there are a variety of factors that can play into poor vision. […]

Sydney’s ultimate date night: dinner and the opera on Sydney Harbour

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Forget Valentine’s Day; this opportunity’s about to trump any idea you’ve ever had before. Opera Australia’s putting on a European gastronomic spread ahead of its annual Handa Opera on the Harbour, renowned as one of the world’s most premier and premium outdoor musical events. The premium harbourside setting will be transformed into a pop-up opera […]

Love the pickle? You’ll love this new festival dedicated to fermenting in Mudgee

Fermenting’s the unsung hero of the kitchen. If ever you wanted to make stuff last forever, it’s the number one tool for success. And the best bit? It’s literally so easy, you’ll wonder why you haven’t done it yourself sooner and been opting for super expensive pre-done options from the supermarket for years. There’s a […]

Top 5 events at Canberra Good Food Month in 2021

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Canberra Good Food month is back in 2021, celebrating the very best of the capital city for the seventh sensational year. Here are the five best events to add to your calendar: Alanna Sapwell x Analiese Gregory x Bar Rochford Lunch sittings from 12:00pm, dinner sittings from 6:30pm | Sunday, 28 March | Bar Rochford […]

Life drawing art classes at the Sydney Opera House

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Forget hundreds-year old operatic productions on the Joan Sutherland Theatre stage in the Sydney Opera House: this month it’s all about art. A one-time-only event on 12 March, the most beautiful set in Australian musical production, the first act scenery for John Bell’s acclaimed production of Tosca, will open to the public for the first time […]

Melbourne Design Week 2021: Design the world you want

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Melbourne Design Week is back and the full program for its 2021 festival – the largest iteration to date – is out! Now in its fifth consecutive year, the festival features 11 days of more than 300 exhibitions, talks, films, tours and workshops across Victoria and online exploring the theme ‘design the world you want’; […]

Brisbane Queer Film Festival is back this March 11-21

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Featuring a program of bold, defiant and refreshingly authentic queer storytelling by and for the queer community, the annual Brisbane Queer Film Festival’s back for 2021. Taking place at New Farm Cinemas, the festival program is made up of 14 features, 3 shorts sessions, 6 documentaries, with 17 Queensland premieres, and 3 Australian premieres, and special presentations of […]

Good & Fugly: fighting waste has never been so delicious and healthy!

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Did you know up to 25% of Australian produce doesn’t leave the farm because of their ‘imperfections’? But even imperfect fruit and veg deserve some loving, right? And the best part is, your love for rescued fruit and veg will help towards reducing wastage. The statistics are pretty alarming – in Australia alone, we throw […]

Best burgers in Five Dock Sydney: Fat Belly Jack’s food truck

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Southern American food better watch out – it’s about to meet its match. The Australian interpretation’s out for blood. The new Fat Belly Jack’s food truck is serving up Nashville fried chicken, burgers and bar snacks like dumpster fries, cheeseburger spring rolls and jalapeno poppers five days a week (Wed-Sun) from the beer garden at the re-launched Illinois […]

4 things no one ever tells you before you start weightlifting

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Weightlifting can be a great way to increase your muscle mass, boost your strength and improve your fitness but it’s important to take a long-term approach to any new fitness regime. By learning the basics and taking your time to enhance your performance you can reduce the risk of injury and develop your skills. With […]