HOT: Jurassic World The Exhibition, Melbourne Museum – tickets on sale now!

  Museum Victoria has just announced that Melbourne Museum will host the world premiere of Jurassic World: The Exhibition, opening on Friday 18 March 2016. The exhibition is based on Universal Pictures’ Jurassic World, one of the biggest blockbusters in cinema history. Jurassic World: The Exhibition is the closest any of us will get to a real […]

HOT: Slice Girls West, 4 Yewers St, Footscray

Slice Girls West is an offshoot of the CBD’s popular pizza parlour Slice Girls and their new Footscray digs continues its formula for good, cheap pizza with a bit of cheeky zig-a-zig-ah! The entrance to the cafe/pizzeria is hidden down a unprepossessing alley and is marked by small sign inviting you to ‘slice up your […]

HOT: Main Ridge Dairy, 295 Main Creek Rd, Main Ridge, Mornington Peninsula

Main Ridge Dairy is an artisan goats cheese factory and farm in Main Ridge, Mornington Peninsula. Pretty goats greet you, both in sculptural and real form, as you take the steps down to the architect award-winning farm building. It houses the working processing facilities and cheesery, a small cafe and gift store. The building’s floor […]

HOT: Post Industrial Design Christmas Windows, 638 Barkly St, West Footscray

Post Industrial Design is a workshop, quirky retail store and cafe run by artist, sculptor and industrial designer Jos van Hulsen and his wife Mary in West Footscray. Last year Jos has created a special Christmas window display in their shopfront and it was so successful that he’s followed it up with another display this year.  […]

HOT: The Age Good Food Month Night Noodle Market, Birrarung Marr, Melbourne

The Age Good Food Month Night Noodle Market is a pop up food night market open for just 2 weeks until Sunday 29 November for Good Food Month. It is centrepiece of the month-long food festival and a much anticipated event. I have to say in previous years I’d avoided attending the markets after hearing […]

Crop Up! at Immigration Museum – Giveaway!

This Sunday 15 November the Immigration Museum will be holding a one-day festival called Crop Up! all about seeds, grains and berries and how they have been used by cultures from around the globe. Explore the use of ancient grains in modern cuisine with celebrated chefs Diego Muñoz of the internationally acclaimed Astrid y Gastón, and […]

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