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DIY Bubble Tea Kits with the Bubble Tea Club

The days are getting warmer. Many of us are working from home. Why not refresh with a DIY bubble tea kit? We started our journey with the Bubble Tea Club (BTC), a club where people who love bubble tea can…

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Celebrating Xmas in July with 14 Days of Cheese!

While we may be staying safe at home during lockdown, there’s no reason not to celebrate Christmas in July from the comfort of your own couch! There’s plenty of great online events to virtually attend, or a trusty zoom call…

Waterslide Bar Launches Winter Cocktail Menu at Home

Oscar Wilde once rightly pointed out that there can be nothing more frequent than an occasional drink, and due to the current situation, we haven’t been able to get out and about to enjoy our favourite bars and events for…

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COVID-19 Masterlist

As purveyors of Earth’s best experiences, our team has curated the best possible way to experience the remainder of this pandemic season from squarely within your four walls of “hygge-filled” cosiness, chez vous, aka. home! > SHARE ARTICLE ON FACEBOOK…

The Decoded Wine Awards by Dan Murphy’s

While I personally love a little bit of “wine-jargon”, most Aussies find wine described as ‘leathery’, ‘secondary aromas’ or ‘firm tannins’ a bit ridiculous. That’s why Dan Murphy’s decided to launch its own wine awards, minus the daunting terminology. My…

What to see at Melbourne Queer Film Festival 2020

Melbourne’s beloved Queer Film Festival (MQFF) is celebrating it’s dirty thirties in 2020 and you are all invited! As Australia’s largest and longest running celebration of queer cinema, the hand-picked program has something for all tastes: yes, even your straight…

À Ố Làng Phố is a must for circus lovers

À Ố Làng Phố is bringing a slice Vietnamese culture and circus to the Arts Centre stage for three nights only. Running as part of the Asia TOPA Performing Arts festival, the show is billed as ‘bamboo circus.’ (If you’re…

WOMADelaide is in the heart of Adelaide’s Mad March

There is always so much happening in Adelaide during the summer, and WOMADelaide, located in the Botanic Park is arguably home to the most cosmopolitan, most culturally diverse, most colourful and most energetic of all these events. The festival itself…