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  • Vignetting Victoria - A Lomography Exhibition

    This Weekend - Check out the Lomography exhibition down at Fed Sq for a different angle on Melbourne and Victoria!
    Guest Blogger J Forsyth from the Melbourne Arts Club gives us the heads up..
    No Vacancy Project SpaceThe Atrium, Federatio...

    The Melbourne Arts Club takes us off the busy city streets and into a secret space of reflection with Scott Morrison's latest installation
    Small Choir
    Beam Contemporary is the perfect place (sorry, still can’t bring myself to say ‘sp...
  • This weekend in Melbourne

    Here are my top 3 things to be done in Melbourne this weekend!Let me know if you are planning on doing any of the following or if you have been previously, would love to hear your thoughts! 
    1.  If you are looking for a cultural spin on your...

    Irregular Hexagon is on at the Gertrude Contemporary from 24.08.12 – 22.09.12
    Irregular Hexagon, Gertrude Contemporary, 200 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy
    Walking into the collection of natural objects that is Irregular Hexagon elev...
  • Melbourne Uncovered! TT's Weekend Top 5

    Trip Tide uncovers Melbourne's top 5 hottest must do's this weekend!
    1.  This weekend kicks off the start of Market Week over at the infamous Queen Victoria Market, with a host of historical tours running daily from the 1st to 9th Septemb...
  • Why a Thumbs Up could get you a Thumbs Down...or even worse!

    EVERY country has its cultural quirks. To avoid being the subject of tut tuts and disapproving looks while you're travelling, we take you through the top taboos from Japan to the Middle East.
    JAPAN:The most common greeting in Japan is the bow;...
  • Given a Gong! Dunes Brasserie & Bar

    Want Aussie? Want contemporary? A sea view? A beach location? You could do much worse than Dunes Brasserie & Bar in Wollongong. This place is a favourite of mine located in the city of Wollongong, just south of Sydney.
    Wollongong is a great city, ...
  • Urban Colour: Sydney Street Art

    For some, graffiti is an anathema for others it brightens up urban spaces providing important social commentary, or simply bringing art to people who normally would not get exposure. A lot of it is probably related to the quality, situation and relevan...