Behind the farm gate or over the fence and down the lane? Hobart’s Bathurst Street Farmgate Market delivers the goods in spades. Literally.
Has the hope from the Hope and Anchor Tavern left the building? Not quite, but some things need to change before the pub lives up to its name.
The South Seas Cocktail Lounge is the first in my series on ‘Hidden Hobart’ where we expose the vibrant underbelly of this beautiful beast of a city.
Been to MONA several times? Think you’ve ‘been there, done that’? Think again. The Musuem of Old and New Art in Hobart is more than just pretty pictures.
A gathering of beautiful people in a vineyard? What’s not to like? Especially when it’s at Jansz Vineyard, Tasmania. Champagne is just the beginning.
This was a birthday lunch, and with two dear friends visiting from Melbourne, the celebration called for a special place. Frogmore Creek Vineyard it was.
When is a house not just a house? When it’s a work of art – and Antoni Gaudi’s ‘humble’ home in Barcelona is for me, the best example.
It’s Christmas, right? Time to shop, schmooze, get silly. Here’s seven wonderful Hobart attractions for those who, well, who have most things already.
When I taught, I loved to stretch my pupils, and at one school, I put in place two extra items of homework every week: brain food and soul food.
Paris sings, we all know that. But it also has some of the great bars of the world, still. La Rhumerie is one of them. A Rum Cafe to remember.