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In one of the older shopfronts on the venerable Oxford Street strip, Fred’s is a vibrant addition to the Sydney scene. Part of the Merivale hospitality empire, this is a large restaurant. There’s a bar [Read more...]

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For a restaurant that specialises in all things fishy, it seems odd to feature a picture of a dessert at the top of this post. Such is the magic of Saint Peter. Chef Josh Niland [Read more...]

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Let’s face it, when it comes to Australian cityscapes, Sydney gets all the kudos. But when you’re looking for lunch with a view in Melbourne, there are some spectacular options. We headed to the 55th [Read more...]

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Winner of best new restaurant in Australia’s Good Food Guide this year, there’s a lot of buzz about Laura at Pt Leo Estate. Culinary director Phil Wood’s fine dining establishment is a glassed-in separate room in [Read more...]

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On a winter Sunday in Melbourne there are few better things to do than head out for a long lunch. An hour or so’s drive takes you all the way from the city to the [Read more...]

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Australia’s biggest city is a noisy one, so when it comes to Sydney’s comfortable hotels, it’s not always about views or amenities but that most basic of requirements – a quiet spot to sleep. Any [Read more...]

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One of the long-established luxury hotels at the Rocks end of central Sydney, the Shangri-La has one of the most iconic views in the world from its bars and restaurants on the 36th floor. What’s [Read more...]

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There’s still plenty of evidence to be seen of Ballarat’s heyday. About 120 kilometres west of Melbourne, Ballarat was the epicentre of Victoria’s gold rush back in the mid 1800s. There are amazing old colonial [Read more...]

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When you’re considering where to stay in Canberra, it helps to have an idea of what you want to do in Australia’s capital city. If you want to be downtown – or what the locals [Read more...]

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The Canberra suburb of Barton is dominated by the nearby soaring spire of Parliament House but it’s also a hot spot for food. Having already sampled Vincent on this foodie tour, we were keen to [Read more...]

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