Eat in Australia..
Find accommodation in Canberra to suit your budget on Agoda.com AUSTRALIA’S capital, Canberra, may not have Sydney’s sparkling beaches or Melbourne’s Euro-style, but scratch its sleepy surface and some detour-worthy sites are uncovered. Canberra is home to some magnificent galleries, museums and parkland, with more than enough to see and do to fill a long-weekend…>
IN true Australian style whereby names are shortened, a vowel or a ‘y’ is added and the meaning sometimes made almost indecipherable, McDonald’s has agreed to change the name of some of its restaurants downunder to the Aussie nickname Macca’s. For those not familiar with the Australian penchant for changing and altering words see this…>
MELBOURNE offers a little touch of cosmopolitan Europe in Australia – think a cool, cultured urban centre, winding laneways packed with cafes, hidden arcades and interesting neighbourhoods. Melbourne attracts weekend getaway crowds for its sporting and cultural events, but these drawcards aside, there are excellent eats, small bars and cafes to explore. Here is a…>
SURRY HILLS is one of the latest inner city neighbourhoods to hit the cutting edge of this ever changing Australian metropolis. It’s the beating heart of Sydney’s artistic world, and it’s packed with new hot drinking spots and eateries. The area started life in the 19th century as a popular spot for the mansions of wealthy…>
THE inner west Sydney suburb of Marrickville, seven kilometres from the city centre, has long been a bastion of cheap and cheerful Vietnamese restaurants. While these are still in abundance in the lively, multi-cultural suburb, its gentrification in recent years has seen Marrickville evolve from its industrial, migrant-populated roots to a melting pot that now…>
IT’S grungy, it’s trendy, it’s the place to be in Melbourne: Brunswick Street in the inner city suburb of Fitzroy has bags of character and some of Melbourne’s best cheap eats. Decades of settlement by Mediterranean immigrants led to the foundation of Melbourne’s famous café scene right here, followed by years as the centre of…>
IT was the former Australian Prime Minister, Paul Keating who once described Australia as the Arse End of the Earth, and if you look carefully at the map, you must admit he was onto something. Somewhere on the left hip of Australia, you have Perth, on the right buttock, you have Melbourne, and the less…>