This award-winning recipe has been shared by Babbingtons Bar and Grill (Charlestown, NSW) executive chef, David Cross who won Australian Pear Month Restaurant of the Year – March 2014.
Hoi Sin & 5 Spiced Duck Wings with Chilli Pear Relish a cucumber & shallot salad, finished with a chilli pear relish (Entrée, 1 serve)
Sunday, 13 April 2014
Wollongong Golf Club, one of Australia’s oldest clubs, will announce the opening of several new holes this Sunday, 13 April at its annual open day to mark Stage Two of work completed in accordance with the golf course’s Master Plan.
To celebrate the new holes, the golf club’s onsite hotel, Best Western City Sands is offering a special deal for those who visit the club on Sunday and make a reservation at the hotel between 10am and 2pm. Read more about ‘Wollongong Golf Club Open Day’
I’ve managed to take a few days off this Easter, and I’m looking forward to spending time with the family. I’ve had a look at some of the upcoming events on around the country and we are spoilt for choice for things to do!
I’ve been planning my annual holidays around Australia, and this year I’ve decided to focus on some of the many food and wine events that take place around our country each year. Some I’ve been to before and some I’ve always wanted to try out – all I have to do is find a friend to come along with me!
If you’re craving a unique holiday this year and want to beat the winter blues, Vivid Sydney 2015 is the perfect event for you.
Vivid is one of my absolute favourite festivals to attend because it’s so different from anything else I’ve ever experienced. Here’s why. Read more about ‘Light up your life at Vivid 2015′
I’ve just heard that, once again, Melbourne has been named the “Most Liveable City” on the map.
That’s according to the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) Survey, which pits 140 cities around the world against each other.
The city bested Vienna and Vancouver to come out on top
Ballina and Port Douglas go head-to-head for the title of best regional destination. Port Douglas is where you can be lazy or adventurous. On the edge of Four Mile Beach, anchor your acrylic umbrella in the sand; snorkel the Great Barrier Reef or hike the Daintree Rainforest. South of the border in Ballina, you can see two castles, a maze, macadamias, hinterland and a handful of beaches.
Here comes the story of the hurricane.
No, this isn’t a Bob Dylan song, it’s an ode to Cyclone Dylan – and who better to tell it than our hotels on the ground? Here’s what I found out today when Peter, Raul, Erin and Dixon revealed how they survived Dylan, with a few extra stories and household tips thrown in that all of us should take a moment to read, rinse and repeat in our own homes. Read more about ’4 Lessons Learned From Cyclone Dylan’
There’s nothing more Aussie than rummaging the shed to dust off the cricket pales, throwing some lamb steaks on the barbie, and inviting the family and friends to share the sand with mobs of Aussie locals proudly flaunting their southern cross tattoos and stunning bikini bods across Australia’s most iconic beaches.
Yep, Australia Day is this weekend! Read more about ‘Australia Day, Thongs and Perfect Snagging’
King Kong, a musical that had its world premiere on June 15, is still breaking records and amazing audiences at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre.
Approximately 50,000 people from all over Australia and the world came to the production’s debut, which was described as “amazing” by the Age and “an eye-popping spectacle” by the Herald Sun.