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The Best of Orange & the Orange Wine Festival 2016

Looking to escape the daily grind? Then look no further than Orange! Get some friends together for a weekend, get yourself down there, breathe in some fresh country air and you’ll feel ready to take on the world. Throw in some award-winning wine an...
by JENIUS on Oct 20, 2016

Beginner’s Guide: Wine and dine to the NSW Snowy Mountains Part 3

In Part 1 of the Beginner’s Guide: Wine and dine to the NSW Snowy Mountains, we wined and dined our way through the Murrumbateman wine region and Yass.  In Part 2 of the guide, we went to our first NSW Snowy Mountains s...
by JENIUS on Aug 16, 2016

Beginner’s Guide: Wine and dine to the NSW Snowy Mountains Part 2

In Part 1 of the Beginner’s Guide: Wine and dine to the NSW Snowy Mountains, we wined and dined our way through the Murrumbateman wine region and Yass. Be sure to read that post if you haven’t already! In Part 2 of the guid...
by JENIUS on Aug 14, 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

Four Essential Observations from APPEA 2016

What were the key take-aways from the annual APPEA conference, Australia’s annual gathering of oil and gas executives, suppliers and regulators?   What is APPEA?   Last weeks’ curiously popular post on LNG shipping was read in 7...
by Fuel Up! on Jun 12, 2016

Episode 47 – Australia’s Eight Gas Mysteries

You have heard of the 7 Ancient Mysteries, about vanished civilisations, forgotten languages, lost tombs and secret treasures? Well, in my various travels around Australia, I a€™m frequently asked about these eight modern gas mysteries of the Aust...
by Fuel Up! on May 24, 2016

Split Cafe Sawtell

Today I have just a quick little story for my lovely readers. In the Coffs Harbour area we have quite a few great cafes. Sometimes I get a little bit complacent and take them for granted. Split Cafe in Sawtell falls into this category. You know the t...
by Gourmet Getaways on May 23, 2016

Episode 45 – Australian pipeline reversal to fuel LNG exports

One of Australia’€™s major gas pipelines reversed flow recently, and it creates a path for gas from the populous eastern states to feed the export industry in Gladstone. Why would the industry reverse flow on a key pipeline? Here’s my...
by Fuel Up! on May 10, 2016

Australia’s #LNG Industry in Transition

APPEA returns to Brisbane this year and the conference (hopefully) will bring into focus the significant challenges facing the industry and stimulate a lively discussion about the future. I think we’re due for an industry reset. Here’s a...
by Fuel Up! on May 8, 2016

Esca Bimbadgen Estate Hunter Valley

Bimbadgen Estate is one of the beautiful vineyards of the Hunter Valley.  Gorgeous white rose bushes line the winding driveway, which snakes it's way up the hill past the vines. Each time we visit the Hunter Valley we stop by the cellar door to purc...
by Gourmet Getaways on Apr 22, 2016

Guide to Mudgee: Part Two, The Wine

A visit to Mudgee is not complete without immersing one’s self in the region’s rich culture of winemaking, which has earned Mudgee its spot as a top tourist destination for wine aficionados. With a climate significantly different from that of the...
by JENIUS on Apr 19, 2016

Guide to Mudgee: Part One, The Town

For those of us who have grown up in the hustle and bustle of city life, there’s nothing quite like escaping to a charming country town for a much needed, relaxing holiday. Fresh, seasonal produce is always easy to find. Beautiful heritage streetsc...
by JENIUS on Mar 2, 2016

Olivers Real Food - An Alternative Fast-food

Omg! I never realized that green beans could be as addictive as hot chips! Hello readers, today I made my Olivers Real Food debute! I'm not even traveling at the moment but I wanted to sample a meal.  Oliver's is the new player in the "fast food" ma...
by Gourmet Getaways on Feb 27, 2016

Eight Australian Gas Mysteries

  You’ve heard of the 7 Ancient Mysteries, about vanished civilisations, forgotten languages, lost tombs and secret treasures? Well, in my various travels around Australia’s gas industry, I’m frequently asked about these eight...
by Fuel Up! on Feb 21, 2016

Australia #gas pipeline reversal could fuel up #LNG

One of Australia’s major gas pipelines reversed flow recently, and when I tweeted the story, it prompted no end of inflammatory commentary from the green fringe whose only and incorrect conclusion was that NSW gas development was entirely for...
by Fuel Up! on Feb 14, 2016

SeaSalt Sawtell Takeaway - Fish Chips & Burgers!

SeaSalt Sawtell is very easy to find. It's located on the Main Street of sunny Sawtell and usually has a crowd of people hanging around the door, waiting on orders. Locals know all about this popular fish and chip shop so the three bench seats out th...
by Gourmet Getaways on Feb 6, 2016

Woy Woy Takeover at the Woy Woy Fisherman’s Wharf

If I have noticed anything special with Sydney’s food scene, it is that pop-ups and collaborations are a rising trend. Now, this is not just limited to the busy and ever changing scene of the city; the Woy Woy Fisherman’s Wharf on the NSW Central...
by JENIUS on Dec 21, 2015

9 Impressive Health Benefits of Drinking Wine

There is no shame in saying that as Australians, we love to relax with a drink or two. Beer is an old favourite of ours and we consistently rank in the top 5 internationally in beer consumption per person. But we also love a drop of wine and Australi...
by Taste Canowindra Blog on Nov 30, 2015

Weekly Round Up #8 – Sunshine, swimming and good food!

It’s two weeks since we arrived back in Australia!  We love our new city so far and the apartment we’re renting. When we lived in Australia previously it was in Sydney but this time around… View Full Post The post Weekly Round Up #...
by www.mamamim.com on Oct 25, 2015

Why Commercial Cleaning Should Be A Hard-and-Fast Rule?

Image Source Different sectors in the industry of commerce have different cleaning requirements. Offices that remain active all the time and have considerable amount of visitors on a regular basis need to be cleaned as ofttimes as possible, whereas t...
by Cleaning Services NSW on Sep 22, 2015


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