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Travel

  • Perth, Western Australia

    Fremantle: The Best of Perth, Western Australia

    A port city that’s traditionally known for its maritime history, gorgeous Victorian architecture and remnants of the past, “Freo” is also the arts hub of Perth. While Fremantle is our top choice of where to stay when visiting Perth, if you only have a day or two free to visit the area, you absolutely must […] Read more…

  • Perth, Western Australia

    Elizabeth Quay: The Best of Perth, Western Australia

    A brand new area on Perth’s waterfront, Elizabeth Quay is in the process of becoming a vibrant destination for tourists with activities for people of all ages. Take a ride on the gorgeous traditional, handcrafted Venetian carousel, walk across the Elizabeth Quay bridge to the new maritime inspired playground Island Playground, or cool down with […] Read more…

Sydney

  • The Picnic, Burwood: The Best Kid-Friendly Cafes, Sydney

    The Picnic, Burwood: Kid-Friendly Restaurants, Sydney

    The Picnic at Burwood is a whimsical elevation of the humble outdoor dining experience. The outdoor cafe is located inside a pavillion in a park in Burwood, a few metres from a large, fenced in playground. The location is a big part of the appeal for families and has lead to its popularity among with […] Read more…

  • Burnt Orange, Mosman: Sydney's Best High Teas

    Burnt Orange, Mosman: Sydney’s Best High Teas

    “Under certain circumstances there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea.” Henry James, The Portrait of a Lady, 1880. The above inscription inside the menu at Burnt Orange could not describe our afternoon any more perfectly. High tea is one of my favourite guilty […] Read more…

Writing

  • A Day in The Life of a WHF Freelance Writer/Blogger and Mum

    My excellent friend Jayne at Girl Tweets World recently wrote this hilarious look at a day in the life of a non-travelling travel blogger. I absolutely love peeksĀ into people’s lives, especially when they are as funny as Jayne is. While Jayne and my jobs are fairly similar (we are both WFH writers/bloggers), thinking about how […] Read more…

  • The Pros and Cons of Working From Home

    I’ve been working for myself as a freelance writer, blogger and marketer for about two years now, and it’s been quite the ride. I’d always dreamed of this type of life, running my own business, and it’s exhilarating and exhausting in equal amounts. If you’re thinking of quitting your day job and trying to work […] Read more…

Family

  • Vaucluse House Egg-cellent Easter Trail via christineknight.me

    Vaucluse House Egg-cellent Easter Trail

    This year we spent Easter Sunday at the beautiful, historic Vaucluse House, taking part in their Egg-cellent Easter Trail. The event is held on Easter Sunday each year, towards the back of the estate, on one of their huge lawn areas. $17 per child gets you a trail map, four activities, and an Easter treat […] Read more…

  • The Great CP Easter Egg Hunt via christineknight.me

    The Great Centennial Park Easter Egg Hunt

    Ahhhhh Easter, the chocolate holiday is here again! In our household, we like to celebrate chocolate over the Easter long weekend, as well as spending as much time as we can with family and friends. This year we finally made it to the Great Centennial Park Easter Egg Hunt. It’s a great, active day out […] Read more…