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Accounts on Tour!

The Accounts from the Front exhibition is going on tour!

Following on from the exhibition’s success at the Albert Park-South Melbourne Rowing Club, Grace’s exhibition of letters, memoirs, and eye-witness accounts showcases the experiences of club members who enlisted in World War One. 147 more words

Rowing

Market Lane South Melbourne

Fleur Studd has done it again.

This time, shes opened a fresh space just opposite the South Melbourne Market.

You have most likely been to one of Market Lane’s other five stores around Melbourne- Prahran Market, Queen Victoria Market, Faraday Street, Therry Street, or Collins Street in the CBD. 90 more words

Specialty Coffee

South Melbourne Markets

Markets anywhere offer an insight into the foods worth savouring. South Melbourne Markets were no exception. From the freshest vegetables, fish or meats to curry leaves, these markets had it all. 55 more words

Food

Talking as Collaboration

Following on from the exhibition, Accounts from the Front, 1917, Grace was asked to speak at the Middle Park History Group about the Albert Park and South Melbourne Rowing Club members who came from nearby Middle Park.   40 more words

Rowing

The Left Handed Chef: Cosy South Melbourne cafe

The Left Handed Chef is a small cafe in South Melbourne, a little away from the hubub of South Melbourne Market. It has an incredibly home feel, with books in the front window bench, a grandfather clock in the back and a eclectic mix of furniture. 379 more words

Melbourne

Chez Dre: French inspired brunch dishes

Too lazy to cook brunch one rainy Sunday morning, we decided to head out to Chez Dre for a bite. While Chez Dre usually faces long lines on weekends, we were fortunate to be able to get a table straight away as the rain had deterred all but the most keen brunch hunters, and we were happy to brave the cold and rain take an outside table that was shielded with an umbrella. 181 more words

Melbourne

St Ali: South Melbourne institution famous for coffee

When you think of South Melbourne and coffee, your mind probably jumps straight to St. Ali. An institution for coffee lovers, St Ali also serves up brunch dishes with inventive names. 349 more words

Melbourne