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Be Spoiled at Byron at Byron

By Shawn Sheather.  Valentine’s Day brings around the time of year we get to spoil that someone special, but we also think it’s a great reason to spoil yourself as well. After all, how much love can we give if we don’t love ourselves first? This year we are taking the stress away and transporting […]

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The Bionic Chef

By Sean Melrose.  «Being alive with a few handicaps is better than being dead. That’s for sure. That’s for damn sure!» – Eduardo Garcia. You’re walking along in the Montana wilderness, taking in the quiet beauty of it all and breathing in the fresh air, when you see what looks like a dead bear slumped […]

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From the Menu: Hobart through the lens of Philip Kuruvita

By Freya Ensbey.   Making a sea change is often on the mind of those who are submerged in a city lifestyle, yet few follow through with making this dream a reality. This wasn’t the case for husband and wife duo Vicki and Philip Kuruvita who made the transition from Sydney to Tasmania in 1988, […]

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Indulgence and Entertainment on the Menu at Festivale 2017

Image: Spring Vale Wines and the Vineyard Seafood Restaurant will be back again in 2017, they will provide wine matched food offerings, including Tasmanian scallops, crayfish and mussels.  Festivale, Northern Tasmania’s premier food and wine festival is preparing for the arrival of thousands of wine and beer lovers, foodies and families who will flock to […]

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Game Plan: 5 of Festivale’s Hottest Events

By Sean Melrose.   So much to do, such little time! We’re here to make sure you don’t miss out on anything at Festivale 2017, which also happens to mark their 30th year in operation, so it’ll be a year not to miss. For those who like to walk and munch, Festivale is your ideal […]

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Launceston Like a Local

Compiled by Sean Melrose.  Tasmania’s tastiest will again be on show at this year’s Festivale in Launceston. Seeing as mainlanders and islanders alike will be converging in the thousands, napkins tucked in to their shirts, we’ve compiled a list of the most attractive venues in one of Australia’s oldest cities. Paving the way for hungry […]

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Dining at Home with Stillwater

There’s nothing more satisfying than taking a little piece of a dining experience home with you, whether that be simply memories or a new liquor discovery. Sitting on the bank of the stunning Tamar River, in an elegantly restored 1830s flour mill is Stillwater, one of Launceston’s finest restaurants. Led by Executive Chef, Craig Will, […]

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A Lip-Smacking Aussie Italian Bubbly

By David Ellis from vintnews. A mate who has long been lauded by family and friends for his annual New Year’s Eve «Seafood and Chardonnay» bashes, found himself doubly-applauded this year when he offered-up not just his usual Chardonnay, but as well a bubbly Pucino Prosecco from the Dal Zotto family winery in Victoria’s King Valley. […]

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Our Best Drinks for Australia Day

Australia is home to some of the best beers, wines and rum in the world, which we are lucky enough to be able to enjoy year round. So why not shake things up this Australia Day with something a little different and try these inventive drink options that will have you and your guests celebrating […]

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Top 5 Secret Australia Day Destinations

Compiled by Freya Ensbey.   Australia fascinates and attracts travellers from around the globe with its contrasting diversity. It is a country like no other, with crystal clear beaches winding along an endless coast line, rolling green mountains and lush rainforests, to the harsh red dirt desserts and dry baron outback. We are lucky enough […]

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