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Cafe art

Capturing the art scene of Cafes can be quite daunting. Firstly you sit at a table, perhaps for a long period of time, your coffee may take time to drink (and go cold) between putting lines down, or the waiter may ask you if you want anything? 315 more words

Cafe Art

On the search for the best things to see and do on the Mornington Peninsula – an ongoing adventure by Saresays. 

 There has always been a history of old trends coming back to delight us or for some haunt us! 884 more words


Sorrento's Tuckey Track Walk

I’d never heard of the Tuckey Track in Sorrento until a friend said she was happy to take a group of us, all volunteers at Dromana’s Tourist Information Centre, for a familiarisation walk so we could better inform visitors to the Mornington Peninsula of yet another wonderful walk. 319 more words


Mornington Peninsula Nitro Sacchariferous Stout Coming to QLD

Mornington Peninsula’s #tinnage series reaches its sixth instalment this week. Coming hot off the heels of number 5, the ‘Russell Brown’ Belgian Brown Ale, the folks down on the Peninsula are coming full circle and re-releasing their first of the series, the Sacchariferous Stout. 189 more words


Mt Martha to Mornington cliff-top walk

Taking the cliff-top path from Mount Martha to Mornington is a good walk anytime of the year but in winter you don’t risk sunburn. Parking a car at Fisherman’s Beach in Mornington and then another at the Balcombe Creek estuary enabled us to take a leisurely walk of about 6-7 kilometres. 230 more words


Montalto Estate Pinot Noir 2015

A blend of older vines from their sites at Main Ridge, Red Hill, Merricks and Tuerong. All names synonymous with quality Australian Pinot Noir. So there I was, planning on pretty much having an Alcohol Free Week readying for the City2Surf run in Sydney….when I opened this to sample. 117 more words

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