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Beautiful food, beautiful place in Seddon

Fig & Walnut, 11-13 Bellairs Avenue, Seddon. Phone: 0433 574 194

Consider The Sauce has long admired the twin rows of old shops on either side of the tracks near Seddon station, on Bellairs Avenue and Pentland Parade. 494 more words

Cheap Eats

The Little Man Cafe

“A little man often casts a long shadow”.

This corner site was once home to the Seddon Post Office. That was until The Little Man moved in. 201 more words

Melbourne Cafe

Party in the USA


This is my first ‘real’ blog post since arriving in Disney on Sunday afternoon. I can’t believe I’m here but little by little it’s starting to sink in! 1,193 more words


Fig & Walnut

Introducing Fig & Walnut, Seddon’s latest café, and the dream that yesterday become a reality for the exceptionally passionate café owner, Vera Xanthis. It’s not often I venture out to the west of Melbourne, but the lure of a café with such an abundance of symbolism was irresistible. 494 more words

Melbourne Cafe

Common Galaxia

Named after a species of fish native to the nearby Maribyrnong River, Common Galaxia was originally the brainchild of Luke Mutton, now at Sun Moth in Melbourne’s CBD. 182 more words

Melbourne Cafe

M5.2 Quake Strikes near Concepción Volcano

Earthquake strikes Cocibolca, Nicaragua

Centered at 11.514°N, 85.693°W, about 2.0 km south of Moyogalpa, the event occurred at a depth of 194.6km, reported USGS/EHP.

Moyogalpa is the largest village on the Ometepe Island, which is formed by Concepción and Maderas volcanoes in Lake Nicaragua (aka, Cocibolca or Granada), a massive crater left behind by an ancient supervolcano in Nicaragua. 68 more words

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Honest Toil

A well-worked Blundstone (or Rossi??) worker’s boot basking in the iffy Melbourne sunshine. Spotted in Seddon by celebrity photographer and animatrician Philip Millar.

Single working Blundstone (or Rossi?) boot.