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A Survival Guide to Winery Walkabout

Two days, over seventeen wineries, a whole lot of fun. That, in essence, is the Winery Walkabout in Rutherglen.

The Walkabout, hosted on the June long weekend every year, is the oldest wine festival in Victoria and an absolute Mecca for those who like a drop or two of the good stuff. 1,174 more words

Things To Do

Bright 'n' Beautiful!

With a sunny name like Bright, it’s obvious that this tiny Victorian village is a pretty happy place. And why wouldn’t it be? It’s a Mecca for cyclists, hikers, skiiers and paragliders from around the world. 880 more words


Environmental Recovery. Port Phillip Bay.

It may be a sign of maturity, wisdom and age, or perhaps I’m just a slow learner, but lately I’ve been observing┬ásome wonderful changes along the foreshore down by the bay. 273 more words


Back on the Mainland - Part 3

12th March, 2018.

While Erich was having his one on one photography tour, I ventured in to the city by bus to have lunch with our daughter Amy. 900 more words

Tasmania Trip

WPC - Favourite Place

This week we are asked to share our favourite place, but it seems to be a little difficult; I think in my mind yes it’s this place, or this, but then there is this…do you see where I am heading here? 283 more words


Monteith Riparian Garden

Monteith Riparian Garden is an Oak Bay Community Garden located in the seaside community of Oak Bay, one of thirteen areas of the Capital Regional District of British Columbia. 213 more words