Over the next month or so three outstanding events for all wine lovers loom. From champagne tasting on the river, food and wine events in Perth's Swan Valley and a weekend of winetasting in Subiaco, there is something for everyone. ENTWINED IN ...

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Geraldton Jaunts


We recently partook of a short staycation in Geraldton – apart from the drive up, with Brand Highway seemingly under roadworks from a tad north of Gingin right into Cathedral Avenue in the city - and which therefore wasn’t the most thrilling journey, ...

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Kalgoorlie Pubs and Eating Houses


Last week we caught the Prospector to Kalgoorlie for a short holiday. The train trip takes about six and a half hours from Midland station (around 7 hours from East Perth terminal), leaving a couple of times a day – we opted for the morning train, ...

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Tasting China


One of my favourite restaurants in Canberra has long been the Chairman and Yip and on our recent trip I was a little disconcerted to see it was no longer at its Bunda Street address – I found later it had moved to new digs in Barton – and in its ...

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Bar Rochford – April visit to Canberra


Each time I have been here I have come away impressed by both the wine list and the food offered – it really is a top little bar up the stairs in the Melbourne Building. And on my recent trip to Canberra I knew I had to drop in, so on my way back to ...

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Taste Great Southern


The lucky 13th edition of one of the biggest events on the calendar for all those who love food and wine – Taste Great Southern - kicks off on 23rd March and runs across three weekends winding up on Sunday April 7th. And for the first time as well as ...

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Albany – the heart of the Great Southern


This past week in Albany allowed us to experience the charms of one of Western Australia’s most attractive cities – the quite stunning harbour, wonderful old pre-Federation buildings lining Stirling Terrace, conspicuous waterfront Entertainment ...

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