Notemaker Pop Up Warehouse Sale


Rejoice all lovers of snazzy stationery, for Notemaker are holding their warehouse sale again! The Australian company sell attractive and ergonomical lifestyle products online. Their pop up sales are the only time you get to peruse an amalgamation of global goods from designer brands all under the one roof.I'm sorry if you were eyeing that travel journal because I may have taken the last one. ...

Sesame Street Presents Elmo's World Tour


Elmo and his crew are set to return to Australia this spring as Sesame Street Presents Elmo's World Tour kicks off at the Alexander Theatre in Clayton on Thursday 2 October. In a performance bought to Australia by Life Like Touring and Sesame Workshop (non-profit educational organisation behind Sesame Street) the colourful gang will entertain toddlers and pre-schoolers throughout the country in t ...

Every Office is a Circus!

Billy knows best

ROLL UP! ROLL UP! Join Ringmaster Scott Hollingsworth as he cracks the (literal) whip and shows that every office is indeed a circus! Described as Horrible Bosses meets The Office and drawn from Scott’s real life corporate ‘day jobs’, this comedy cabaret explores everything from job interviews to unfair dismissal. Featuring classic pop and Broadway songs from the likes of Britney ...

Empire 2014


Empire is a show from New York that crosses boundaries and blends genre such as comedy, burlesque, acrobatics and more. A bonus is that it is located on Crown's rooftop, where you can admire Melbourne's night view of the city.       Upon arrival you'll find an outside bar and even an ice-cream truck to keep you busy before the doors open. There is a giant cone-like structure that juts out to s ...

Celebrate Melbourne Day 2014


Melbourme turns 179 years old on 30 August 2014, and to celebrate the city's coming of age there will be a range of special activities and events to entertain young and old.  Flag-raising ceremony at Enterprize Park  Lord Mayor Robert Doyle will kick off Melbourne Day celebrations on the corner of William and Flinders Street.  The Melbourne flag will be raised at Enterprize Park, the point wher ...

Summer Salad Cooking Demo with Sarah


Healthy Energy

Experience Healthy Energy's Cooksultations with Sarah on Jan 12 6:30-7:30PM.

Melbourne Frock Swap Women's Second Hand Fashion Market

Rachael @ Melb Frock Swap

The Melbourne Frock Swap isn't a swap at all! It's a second hand market with a difference! There's over 70 stalls selling second hand and vintage women's clothing and accessories; and they're complemented with pamper stalls, food vans, coffee and a few other fun things like a nail artists, etc, to make a day at the Melbourne Frock Swap a proper girls day out :) Anyone is welcom ...

D.J's Market


D.J's Market hits Narre Warren South in Melbourne next month opening for the first time on 9 August 2014, which will then run on the 2nd Saturday of each month thereafter from 11:30am to 4:30pm. Run by Sharyn Holt, D.J's Market is named in memory of her Mother Dawn Jackson who sadly passed away from a Melanoma related Cancer in October 2012.  All proceeds from D.J's Market will be donated to the ...

Coffee Lovers Walk


Walk Melbourne

Explore the coffee culture that Melbourne is so famous for!

Panachocolate Store


From it’s humble beginnings in raw, organic chocolate manufacturing – Panachocolate has now established itself a café on the outskirts of metropolitan Richmond. Specialising in freshly made cakes and ganache, their connoisseurs assure that all Pana creations are -       organic -       vegan -       gluten free -       dairy free -       soy free -       ha ...

Industry Beans


Industry Beans differs from the ‘average’ Melbournian cafe in that it neither is just a cafe, or just a warehouse, but it is a proud hybrid and the decor makes it work. On arrival one can immediately see the shaded outdoor seating area with tables for small groups. The area is defined by its ebony frame, minimalism that contrasts with the juxtaposing tones of its surrounds. Meanwhile communal ...

Point Nepean National Park


At the bottom of Mornington Peninsula lies a beautiful national park that, surprisingly, not many people know about. Point Nepean National Park is home to some magnificent views, with everything from the sandy beaches, to the rocky coasts and hilly landscapes. It's a large park, excellent for a hike or bike ride. Bike hire is $27.70 for the day and it's completely worth the ride and scenery. The ...



Located on Melrose street, Pocket is a humble cafe, set up in the small space between the metaphorical parallels of your jacket fabric. The otherwise drab strip is livened up by neat arrays of greenery along the concrete wall and numerous plants in coloured, hand-dipped pots that provide scattered points of vibrance to the cozy domain. As expected, seating is limited with the majority extending ...

5 events to celebrate Halloween in Melbourne


In recent times, Halloween is thought of as a 'holiday', celebrated on October 31 across many parts of the world with festive related games and activities such as trick-or-treating, costume parties, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns and spooky story telling.   As the popularity of Halloween celebration grows with each new generation, so do the events with which to celebrate October ...

Melbourne's Baddest Burger (& Why It's Actually Amazingly Good)

CHUG | Melbourne

Back in high school it was always a wonder what made the bad boys so popular; how was it that they slacked off in class and still managed to get the girls? And how on earth did they ever manage to make sweatbands look fashionable?While these are mysteries of the universe that may never be answered, but we are able to tell you what makes Badboys in Melbourne so dam sexy. Badboys is a teeny-ti ...

Camberwell Sunday Market FREE


A shoppers visit to Melbourne is not complete without a meander through the iconic Camberwell Sunday Market run by the Rotary Club of Balwyn. Camberwell Sunday Market is the biggest and arguably the best trash and treasure market to be found in Victoria's capital city.  The market,  which some might classify as a 'flea market ' and others a 'car boot sale', has been running since 1976 and now bo ...

Cafe Corretto


I entered this restaurant on a whim in sought of a satisfying meal, after a long morning filled with back-to-back lectures and assignments. I was also told that it used to be the place where the Underbelly lads ordered their coffees and pizzas – which made it all the more alluring. Right in the center of Melbourne’s Italian precinct, Café Corrento has been serving authentic Southern Italian c ...

The Peninsula Explorer


"Every stop has a story"The Mornington Peninusla has been voted one of the must-see places of 2015 according to National Geographic's esteemed Best of the World list, and now you can explore the region for yourself, riding on the top of one of the world's most unusual methods of tourist transport.Open-top double-decker bus trips are no longer restricted to the streets of London, with many cities a ...

Laneway Learning


If you are the type of person that likes to expand your knowledge and skill set, yet balks at the idea of enrolling onto a fully fledged course in a formal class setting, you might like to try out city based Laneway Learning instead. Laneway Learning Attending a Laneway Learning class will undoubtedly be like no other you would have been to before.  Classes start from just $12 (some hands-on c ...

Sushi Trains in Melbourne


No matter where you are in Melbourne, you are bound to find sushi. Sushi stores have so much competition, it's really hard to differentiate from others, except for your location. If you are near a corporate section, you are bound to attract customers - and that's almost everywhere in the CBD.Sushi trains are a hit overseas, but they are slowly infiltrating the lives of Melburnians too. Here's some ...