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The Crux & Co

My best friend came down to Melbourne for her birthday weekend, and what better way to start off the celebration than a birthday brunch?

The Crux & Co has been on my radar for a while, but it was only when we arrived that I realised it was right opposite Kettle Black, where I celebrated my birthday a couple of years ago, what a coincidence! 181 more words


Pink Strawberry Cake at Bibelot

I really wanted to go to Bibelot by Chez Dre for my birthday but it was cancelled because Little Miss decided to have her nap during afternoon tea – and parents will understand that… 262 more words


Rowing Into History

Rowing into history

When keen rower Grace Blake saw the World War I honour board in the clubrooms, she started a quest to find out more about her former club rowers who had fought in the Great War. 144 more words


The Crux & Co || Review

I feel like there are a lot more people who know about the cafe opposite this place than this actual cafe itself. Inside this cafe is an undeniably impressive contemporary and minimal interior. 393 more words


2017 Exhibition: 'Accounts from the Front, 1917'

Accounts from the Front, 1917 is an exhibition of letters and memoirs written in 1917 by members of the Albert Park and South Melbourne Rowing Clubs who enlisted during World War One.   116 more words


February 14th - Princes Pier

In 1915 the New Railway Pier was constructed beside the existing Station Pier, but was soon renamed to Princes Pier following a visit by the Prince of Wales (Edward VIII) in 1920. 144 more words

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Meatworks Co, South Melbourne

Good fitout, good service but the food needs a little tweaking over at Meatworks Co. It has the right meat qualities of a BBQ joint but not the aspect where you get full. 416 more words

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