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 […]

New Zealand’s month-long food festival is coming to Wellington

Wellington plate food

New Zealand’s capital, Wellington, is about to say hello again to its favourite food festival, Wellington on a Plate. For the first time, they’re taking it out to a new and improved format and extending it to the whole month of August. Think 31 days, 5 weekends and loads of foodie goodness. Bars, bistros, food trucks and fine dining […]

Don’t let disaster derail your day!

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In a perfect world, life would move forward pleasantly and uneventfully. There would be no sudden disasters or emergencies to deal with. Everything would work out fine there would be no need to worry about anything. Sounds nice, doesn’t it? Sadly, we don’t live in a perfect world. Not even close. We live in the […]

Burger wrappers in the NGV: Celebrate life’s banality with artist Darren Sylvester

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The dude known for his consumption by consumerism who then turned it into art, Darren Sylvester, has an exhibition on at the National Gallery of Victoria from 1 March to 30 June 2019. From a pulsating coloured dance floor based on an Yves Saint Laurent makeup range, to a chaise lounge upholstered in cheeseburger wrapping, […]

Blue Water Grill by Rockpool Dining Group is returning to Sydney

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Chef Neil Perry is bringing Blue Water Grill back to Sydney diners after a 30-year hiatus with a six-day pop-up in the heart of Sydney city. Blue Water Grill will open up for the limited time at 11 Bridge Street from Monday 19 November to Saturday 24 November with lunch and dinner sittings daily. On […]

Redfern Surf Club opens and locals are as into it as they are confused

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Because Redfern is so known for it’s pristine white sand, crystal blue oceans, exponential horizons and endless supply of beach-goers, it only made sense for the place to open right in the thick of it all, the corner of Henderson and Botany Road. The new Redfern Surf Club is all the bits of Redern you love […]

Upper East Side in Bondi is going to take over Hall Street. Here’s why…

Upper East Side Bondi food

Upper East Side has taken over a corner side hot spot of the bustling arterial road down to Sydney’s famed Bondi Beach, Hall Street, and is about to make waves. Turning its new home into a leafy green oasis of sparkly walled, fairy-lit brilliance, Upper East Side is pumping out some quality plates of food […]

About Dinner en Blanc Sydney with its founder Antoine Bessis

Dinner Blanc Sydney Harbour

From Paris, with love. Dinner en Blanc is about to enter its fourth instalment in Sydney and Antoine Bessis, the man who made it all happen with the help of his fellow host and wife, Rachel could not be more excited. In leaps and bounds, the event took to Sydney in 2012 with a total of […]

Australian Women’s Network Blue Frost Gala In Melbourne

The Australian Women’s Network’s (AWN) Blue Frost Gala Ball can simply be described as ‘Inspirationally Spectacular’ Set at the Pullman Hotel overlooking Albert Park Lake, the 2016 Gala Ball was a fitting closer to what had been a wonderful day at the Australian Women’s Business Summit. There was an excited buzz in the air as […]

A Fabulous Lunch With Moet & Chandon At Morris Jones Melbourne

Morris Jones has unveiled their new 3-course lunch menu inspired by the luxurious Moët & Chandon Impérial champagne. Hand-crafted by head chef Matthew Butcher, who’s previously worked under celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay, the menu features a variety of visually stimulating dishes that are also an absolute treat for the tastebuds, just like a glass of fine champagne. […]

New Years Day Done Right; On Sydney’s ‘The Island’

If there’s one thing Sydney does well, it’s using its precious and beautiful harbour to its full advantage. Public holidays and large-scale events see this bad boy come to life, and there’s no better place to capitalise on the beauty of the city and its harbour views than from Sydney’s famed The Island. It’s a pontoon […]

7 Things That Make Being A Man In Summer Suck

Summer in Australia is hard; that’s before you look at living in any of the capitals where the urban lifestyle just doesn’t mix with the climate of the country. It’s hot, dry and can be humid, especially in Sydney and no one person is alone in the way they handle the heat, mugginess or dry insufferbility. There was […]