Adventures Feed

After we visited Floriade yesterday, we strolled across to The Marion for high tea. Mum was really keen to take the girls somewhere nice for cake and this place came up when I searched online for a suitable venue. The Marion is named after Marion Mahoney who was the partner... Read more →

After doing the Uglieland Walking Tour, I popped onto the Art Gallery of Western Australia on the way back to my Northbridge digs. There's something about galleries and visual art that speaks to my soul. I can't quite put what it is into words but isn't that always the way... Read more →

I'm in Perth for a week to attend the 2023 Perth Poetry Festival curated by the incredible community organisation, WA Poets Inc. The week is chock-a-block full of incredible events, open mics and workshops. This morning I braved the rain (hello Melbourne, brought the rain and clouds with me!) to... Read more →

I have just spent six wonderful days in Bali wth my gorgeous younger daughter. We had the best time lazing by the pool and slowly defrosting after a Melbourne winter. It was so lovely to be back in paradise, staying at our favourite hotel and eating all the amazing local... Read more →

Sovereign Hill is an incredible slice of history preserved in timber, steel and brick. It’s even more amazing when you realise that this bustling historic ‘town’ has only five original buildings and that none of them are original to the site. Someone with a passion for history and a love... Read more →

It was awesome to be in the city last night, in a funky little laneway bar listening to poets reading their poems from issue 2 of Mantissa Poetry Review. I have raved about this journal before - it's my favourite print journal because of it's amazing design and layout as... Read more →

Every now and then it's good for the soul to get out of town and do something different. I thrive on exploring and discovering new places so it was wonderful to head to Tasmania's Golden Valley and spend a few days crafting and catching up with good friends. It was... Read more →