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8 of the best walks in Sydney

Whether you like to breathe in the fresh coastal air or immerse yourself in the bush, there are some really fantastic walks across Sydney. Around every corner of our beloved harbour there’s a view just waiting to be admired. Ranging from easy to a little more difficult, we have put together a list of our top 8 walks … Read the full post »

11 things to do in Sydney this March 2019

It’s the beginning of Autumn, the weather is starting to cool to a near perfect temperature and the nights are getting chillier – it’s almost time to put the doona back on. If you’re stuck for things to do this month, we’ve put together a list of 11 fun things to do in Sydney this March.   Introduction to calligraphy at The … Read the full post »

Things to do in Sydney to ramp up your Christmas spirit

You may be running around shouting Ho Ho Ho and Merry Christmas to everyone who crosses your path, or you may not feel like the most festive day of the year is just around the corner. However you feel, here are some ideas to help you ramp up (or maintain) the Christmas spirit. Summer Santa at the Tower Eye Find … Read the full post »

Potts Point cafes: Where to swing your cat to find the best coffee

We’re all a little coffee-obsessed in Australia. But why wouldn’t we be? No-one makes coffee like we do. Smooth, creamy, divine, you’d be hard-pressed NOT to find a decent one on the streets of any city. However, there is always a chance you may swing your feline companion and end up disappointed – something we … Read the full post »

Where to dine out in Darlinghurst – Top 10

Darlinghurst is so hot right now. It’s the ‘darling’ of Sydney (do you like what we did there?) and it’s easy to see why. Foodilicious cafes, restaurants, cosy & cool wine bars. Here are our fave restaurants to frequent in one of our favourite areas.     A Tavola It’s one big Italian family dinner, complete with … Read the full post »

The 65th Sydney Film Festival – June 2018

Get your eyes and your bums ready for the 65th Sydney Film Festival (June 6-17). It’s nearly here and it’s set to be big with 120 feature films and 57 documentaries. And women have more prominence than ever before. In fact, festival director Nashen Moodley announced that six out of 12 official competition films are directed by women. An important factor … Read the full post »

Where to watch the fireworks in Sydney

As we edge ever nearer to waving goodbye to 2017, we thought it would be appropriate to share some of the best vantage points for the infamous Sydney fireworks. As usual there will be two displays, one at 9pm for families and then 12pm for those who can make it to the early hours.   Embarkation Park, Potts Point… Read the full post »

How to put on an elegantly eerie Halloween Soiree

[caption id="attachment_1726" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Hosting an elegant Halloween Soiree[/caption] How to impress and spook your friends at the same time If you need an excuse to have a little dinner party, then Halloween is just around the corner. Or maybe you’ve had it planned for months? Either way, we’ve got some tips for you to make it wonderfully wicked; or maybe that … Read the full post »

An actual bakery for dogs and other dog-friendly cafes in Sydney

[caption id="attachment_1655" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] For when you want to know where’s dog friendly in Sydney[/caption] It’s the pawfect way to spoil your pet Not everyone’s a dog lover. If you are more for the feline kind or just have no interest in pets then look away now.   If you’re like us and love your pooches then keep reading because there is an actual bakery for … Read the full post »

Hosting a really Christmassy Christmas in July dinner party

[caption id="attachment_1591" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] Celebrate Christmas when it’s cold and you can get cozy.[/caption] Turn your home into a winter wonderland Christmas in July is a time for us to enjoy the elements we miss out on in December. We’re talking about getting cosy by the fire, wearing grandma’s knitted Christmas jumpers (without overheating), eating some hot figgy pudding and enjoying … Read the full post »

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