As Melburnians get their hops on for the annual and growing Good Beer Week, (12 – 21 May) showcasing local, Australian and international brews with hundreds of event around town, craft breweries in Geelong and surrounds continue to make their mark in this burgeoning industry.
Whether it’s Mother’s Day (May 14th Australia) or not, Melbourne provides every reason to extend celebrations of the mother to a full and memorable day out for the whole family.
May 3, 2017 marks the second Wild Koala Day initiative started by Koala Clancy Foundation in Victoria to raise awareness of declining populations of koalas in Australia and the need to protect their habitats.
Launching in June, the Queen Victoria Market Ultimate Foodie Tour will be just that – the ultimate foodie tour.
Visitors can experience the true essence of Victoria’s regions, by immersing themselves in nature, via one of these idyllic farmstays.
Travel beyond Melbourne’s city limits to properly appreciate the beauty of Victoria.
The West Gippsland region of regional Victoria is somewhat of a hidden gem, a place that offers visitors space and time to experience an authentic slice of rural life.
A ground-breaking celebration of Aboriginal culture and indigenous arts.
Two of Melbourne’s dining institutions have recently gone under the knife, and not in the way one might expect. Both Cutler & Co., and Attica have had their interiors stripped back, re-designed, and are now re-defining dining room aesthetic.
A fun palace mini-golf bar, a new neighbourhood hotspot, a whisky specialist, and an ode to Absinthe – Melbourne’s bar scene never fails to surprise and delight.
A sunny summer, followed by good rains and an autumnal cold snap have seen Victoria’s deciduous trees swiftly produce leaves in all manner of vivid reds, oranges and browns. The oh-so-photogenic foliage makes this the perfect time of year to explore the landscapes of regional Victoria, while also sampling some of the best food, wine and events the season has to offer.
Australian food can be hard to define but a few Melbourne restaurants are leading the way in serving up local flavours using native ingredients.
The World’s Most Livable City hosted The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards this week with a three day line-up of art, music, entertainment and.. oh yeah, food.
Victoria’s Attica and Brae are among the top 50 restaurants in the world, according to the prestigious The World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards that were hosted in Melbourne last night.
Chef Aaron Turner of renowned restaurant Igni takes us on a tour of his favourite Geelong Bellarine producers.
Take in the waters, and the wonderful produce, of Daylesford and Macedon Ranges with Lake House legend Alla Wolf-Tasker.