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How To Make A Australian Native Christmas Wreath + Video

Hey, guys, I have something to talk to you about other than babies or chocolate related recipes. It seemed to be a bit of a theme on the blog in the past few months and while chocolate recipes are always an incredible thing I also love to share with...
by The Whimsical Wife on Dec 8, 2016

GOMA Restaurant, Brisbane

It’s fitting for GOMA restaurant to be located in the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art because every element of this two-hatted restaurant (courtesy of the Brisbane Times Good Food Guide) channels the spirit of creativity, innovation and v...
by JENIUS on Dec 8, 2016

Everyday Pavlova

A popup dinner, an interesting discussion about food and a simple pavlova recipe...
by The Hungry Australian on Sep 28, 2016

The oldest civilization existing today. They were the first explorers who dared to cross the ocean 58,000 years ago

After some extensive genetic studies proved that Aboriginal Australians are the oldest civilization still exists. Australian Aborigines are the first people who settled in Australia 50,000 years ago.The three studies, published in the journal Nature,...
by Potent Scientia Est on Sep 24, 2016

Margaret Preston Paintings Collage

Margaret Preston...
by Arts On My Mind on Sep 4, 2016

Mowbray Eatery, Lane Cove, Sydney

Starting with the freshest produce possible, The Mowbray Eater brings you their farm to table menu. But this particular menu isn’t here to stay, in fact it is constantly changing depending on the produce they gather. This ensures only the best...
by JENIUS on Aug 28, 2016

Massive European Online Child Abuse Network Exposed, Bachelor star: ‘Kiwi dad was cult leader’

The investigation uncovered how well-known online apps such as Skype and chat and live stream sites allowed the selling of child pornography. A major operation by the European Police Office into an online network sexually exploiting children has l...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Aug 25, 2016

Quran’s Lesson - Surah Hud 11, Verse 90, Part 12

Quran’s Lesson - Surah Hud 11, Verse 90, Part 12وَاسْتَغْفِرُوا رَبَّكُمْ ثُمَّ تُوبُوا إِلَيْهِ ۚ إِنَّ رَبِّي رَحِيمٌ وَدُودٌAnd ask forgiveness of your Lord and turn unto Him...
by I Love Islam on Aug 20, 2016

Australian Dog Breeds List

Australian Cattle Dog Blue HeelerJockey Club to ensure guide dogs allowed into betting shops after blind man barred “Hong Kong had its first guide dog in 1975, but the legislation has remained the same [since then],” he said. Laws in places such...
by Dog Breeds on Aug 15, 2016

Weekend Brunch at Bowery Lane, Sydney

I did a real basic thing on the weekend… I brunched. After doing it though, I wonder why I didn’t do it any time sooner because you get the best of both worlds at this magical hour – Breakfast AND Lunch options. You could say I felt like Bl...
by JENIUS on Aug 14, 2016

14 August 2016 - MORTON HENRY MOYES

MORTON HENRY MOYESG'day folks, Morton Henry Moyes (1886-1981), Antarctic explorer and naval officer, was born on 29 June 1886 at Koolunga, South Australia, second surviving son of John Moyes, headmaster, and his wife Ellen Jane, née Stoward. Two bro...
by clancy tucker's blog on Aug 13, 2016

Grace Cossington Smith Paintings Collage

Grace Cossington Smith...
by Arts On My Mind on Aug 13, 2016

Chris Hemsworth Caricature

Chris Hemsworth...
by Fin Fan Fun Photo & Video on Aug 12, 2016

Janet Cumbrae Stewart Paintings Collage

Janet Cumbrae Stewart...
by Arts On My Mind on Aug 11, 2016

Anne Aly, new Australian Labor MP for Cowan, on 'Radicalisation, Terrorism and Human Rights'

Anne Aly answers questions at the Castan Centre Human Rights conferenceIn July 2016 Dr Anne Aly was elected Labor Member of the House of Representatives for the Cowan electorate in Western Australia. She is the first Muslim woman in the Australian pa...
by Labor View from Bayside on Aug 7, 2016

Prime Steak Restaurant

Located on the lower ground inside the GPO Grand precinct of 1 Martin Place, Prime Steak Restaurant has been on the top of my bucket list of steakhouses to tick off. Walking into the the restaurant on a Saturday night with Jen, the first thing we not...
by JENIUS on Aug 2, 2016

WATCH: Jean Claude Van Damme Storms out of Australian TV Interview

By Naja Rayne @najarayne 07/29/2016 AT 12:15 PM EDT Bloodsport star Jean Claude Van Damme wants to be asked more “interesting” questions during interviews. The actor appeared via satellite on the Australian morning show Sunrise on T...
by Celebrity gossip news on Jul 29, 2016

Truffle Tribe at Gazebo, Sydney

It’s the season for truffles and what better way to celebrate it than to have a truffle and cheese fiesta. But hold your pigs because you won’t be needing anything to hunt down these seasonal beauties. Just you and your appetite. Luckily, The...
by JENIUS on Jul 28, 2016

NBA 2K17 Adds Australian National Team

The NBA 2K series – and other basketball simulation video games series in the past – has the traditional feature of giving players the option to use teams that are not part of the NBA’s current 30-team stable. But most of those alternate teams...
by Box Office Buz on Jul 27, 2016

Guide to Port Stephens

If you’re up for a little winter holiday in NSW but are not necessarily up for braving the snow and ski resorts, Port Stephens offers a prime holiday destination. Located a 2.5 hours drive north of Sydney, Port Stephens is renowned for its golden b...
by JENIUS on Jul 26, 2016


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