HOT: Slice Girls West, 4 Yewers St, Footscray

Slice Girls West is an offshoot of the CBD’s popular pizza parlour Slice Girls and their new Footscray digs continues its formula for good, cheap pizza with a bit of cheeky zig-a-zig-ah! The entrance to the cafe/pizzeria is hidden down a unprepossessing alley and is marked by small sign inviting you to ‘slice up your […]

HOT: Australian Museum, 1 William St, Sydney

Australian Museum is Australia’s oldest museum, right in the heart of Sydney’s CBD opposite Hyde Park. If you’re in Sydney with young kids, then it’s a must do – mainly because of the excellent Kidspace for under 5s.   Australian Museum is housed inside a 19th century sandstone and to that extent it provides an […]

HOT: The Age Good Food Month Night Noodle Markets, Birrarung Marr, Melbourne

The Age Good Food Month Night Noodle Market is a pop up food night market at Birrarung Marr that’s open for just 2 weeks until Sunday 29 November for Good Food Month. It can be a fun family-friendly outing if you approach it with a bit of planning.  I have to say in previous years I’d […]

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HOT: Truck Stop Deluxe 98 Watton Street, Werribee

Updated July 2016 Truck Stop Deluxe is a burger joint parked (pun intended) right in the centre of the Werribee and the bright, brash and cheeky venue is inspired by an American truck stop diner. The menu is all about fancy burger as the owners run Grand Trailer Park Tavern, Dandenong Pavilion and Easey’s. About 70% of the menu […]

HOT: Trunk Diner, 275 Exhibition St, Melbourne

Finding a child-friendly place to eat in Melbourne’s CBD can be difficult – so commit Trunk Diner to your memory because it’s open 7 days from breakfast till late and is super kid-friendly. If the weather’s good the setting is great for kids because the outdoor area/beer garden is expansive. There’s plenty of room for […]

HOT: Little Creatures, 323 Whitehorse Rd, Balwyn

Little Creatures is a small indoor play centre in Balwyn that focuses on imaginative play areas that replicate the real world. While it’s quite small entry is only $8 and it contained enough toys, books and equipment to keep my kids interested for around 2 hours. Little Creatures is basically like someone’s large lounge room, […]

HOT: Stir Frydays, Queen Victoria Market, Therry St, Melbourne

I love good food and a good pun and Stir Frydays at Queen Victoria Market has both! The weekly night markets are on every Friday until Friday 27 November in Therry Street, which is closed to traffic from 5pm-9pm for a bevy of Asian food trucks and food stalls. There you’ll find anything from Asian burgers […]

HOT: Oasis Bakery, 9/993 North Rd, Murrumbeena

This week for #FoodieFriday Karishma Kasabia, designer, businesswoman and mother of Aru, takes us to Oasis Bakery in Murrumbeena. Thanks Kish! First up, don’t let the name or the logo fool you into thinking this is some daggy place from the 90s. It’s not exactly Melbourne hip and cool, but OMG you are missing out […]

HOT: The Grounds of Alexandria, 2 Huntley St, Alexandria, Sydney

The Grounds of Alexandria, or ‘The Grounds’ as its affectionately known, is a Sydney cafe, restaurant and bar, but I think it’s more than that. It’s an amazing dining and retail complex which brings a bit of a rustic, garden-party feel to industrial Alexandria. The Grounds are built on the space which used to house a […]

HOT: Play Central, 35-27 Crockford St, Port Melbourne

Play Central indoor play centre in Port Melbourne is worth a trip across town. It’s well spread out, decease clean, help bathed in natural light, troche air-conditioned and contains enough toys and games to keep kids entertained for a couple of hours. The play centre is on busy Crockford Street Port Melbourne, which means if possible it’s […]

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