Is this Canberra’s most magical spring garden?

I don’t like to play favourites but when it comes to choosing the most magical spring garden space in Canberra, the Old Parliament House Rose Gardens’ wisteria arches are tough to beat. The purple and white flowers drip and ooze their beautiful bounty over the archways and scent the air with their spring perfume for … More Is this Canberra’s most magical spring garden?

On the positives of shopping handmade and local

Handmade and local shopping is something which I have been around forever and a day. My first ‘job’ was serving customers at my mum’s market stall which sold her handmade doorstoppers. This was how I spent most of my childhood Sundays at Berry Markets on the NSW South Coast, Moss Vale in the Highlands and … More On the positives of shopping handmade and local

Spring has really sprung – use it as motivation to get going with your own ‘what next’

Living in Canberra comes with a perk which is not often discussed but really great – it’s one of the few places in Australia that experiences four distinct seasons. Watching them flow from one to the next can be a great reminder to take time out, relax and reflect. No matter which season it is, … More Spring has really sprung – use it as motivation to get going with your own ‘what next’

Capital Region Farmers Market, Canberra

  Looking for an alternative option for buying fresh food outside of the supermarket bubble in Canberra? Why not check out the Capital Region Farmers’ Market which is held every Saturday at EPIC. The Farmer’s Market is jam packed with fresh, seasonal produce including fruit and veges, meat, nuts, oils, dairy and seafood from the nearby South Coast You … More Capital Region Farmers Market, Canberra