Posts Tagged ‘support local business’

Local public and private schools

If you’re new to the area, new to parenthood or have an impending schooling decision to make, we understand it can be difficult to know where to start. That’s why we’ve done a little bit of the leg work for you and researched a list of public and private schools in our area (Surry Hills, Potts Point, Darlinghurst, East Sydney, Elizabeth Bay … Read the full post »

Prepare to have your tastebuds tingled – Good food month is here

October is a time for feasting in Sydney with The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month presented by Citi. There is an array of culinary deliciousness to choose from with the famous Sydney Night Noodle Markets, secret sensory dinners (sssh don’t tell anyone) and much much more. Take a look at the event program and see what takes your fancy.   Here’s a … Read the full post »

The most important questions when choosing an agent

Where are you going to market my property? How are you going to market my property? These two questions are the two most important you can ask when choosing an agent. You want to ensure that as many prospective buyers as possible will see your home.  After all, the more people that see it … Read the full post »

Looking at Local – Potts Point Bookshop

  Ok, I have a confession to make. Book stores are my weakness. I love nothing better than the smell of new books. If you’re anything like me, you’ll share my sadness when I tell you there aren’t many small, locally-owned bookstores left. Likewise, the joy I felt when I stumbled upon the literary nook that’s The Potts Point Bookshop. It was like … Read the full post »

Looking at local – Adora Healthy Living

In a world where conflicting health messages are everywhere, it’s really refreshing to walk into a shop and feel completely confident in the advice you’re receiving. One thing that’s clear is that they care. Dorota and Bob, a father and daughter team, are dedicated and passionate about what they do; so much so that they’ll even deliver supplements to … Read the full post »

Looking at local – The Resident, Darlinghurst

    Fresh, light, breezy and welcoming, The Resident in Darlinghurst is the newest opening for Lotus Dining. When you walk in, it’s easy to understand why the locals love it. It’s the perfect position for lunch or dinner in Sydney. Facing the greenery of Hyde Park or the characteristic, sandstone buildings behind The Australian Museum; when all the windows are open you could … Read the full post »

Looking at local – Arida

When you walk into Arida you are met with a stunning eclectic mix of high-end European fashion and homewares, in particular the exquisite, hand-carved wooden sculptures from India. But that isn’t all, it’s clear that the customers are treated as friends, in fact I witness one lady being given a box of new arrivals to take to … Read the full post »

Online resources for relocation

Once you’ve decided it’s time to move, the decision of where can be tricky. There are so many factors to consider – how close do you want to be to the city? Do you have a car? Do you need a car? How close to the shops do you need to be? How far are you willing to travel to work? The … Read the full post »