Imagine this: kicking back with friends while listening to the wondrous rock sounds of Bryan Adams, Daryl Braithwaite and Thirsty Merc at the magnificent Mitchelton Wines in Nagambie. Well, luckily, you don’t have to imagine – as that’s what you’ll get at the Bryan Adams ADOTG Concert this Saturday. To familiarise and help you prepare for the big day, we’ve created a handy guide which covers information about the day, what to bring and how to get there.
Whilst an increased workload shouldn’t have to mean more stress for us, being busy often means our need for inner peace and wellbeing is pushed to the side a little. That’s why it’s so important to seek out ways to practice self-care, especially as the holidays draw nearer. In this week’s article, we’ll be exploring one way to practice self-care in particular: being near water.
We often write blogs about how to get the most out of your trip to the hot springs, because it’s often assumed that there’s no real art to enjoying wine tasting, everyone just assumes you know how to appreciate a glass of wine. Of course, there are many different levels on which you can appreciate wine, learning to taste like the professionals can add another layer of enjoyment to your day out. In this blog, we break down the three key steps to tasting wine like a pro.
Christmas is just around the corner and with it comes some show-stopping seasonal entertainment. This December, Australia’s widely adored Motown and Blue-eyed soul group, Human Nature, will present a spectacular Jukebox and Christmas show. The group will perform songs from Jukebox, Motown, Christmas, original hits and more, while also being joined by special guests, Kate Cebrano and Bonnie Anderson. To make the most of what’s sure to be a joyous and memorable event, we’ve prepared a handy guide which covers everything you need to know for Human Nature’s Jukebox and Christmas Concert.
Where exactly did 2017 go? With Christmas right around the corner, many of us are feeling a little flustered by the mammoth task that is gift shopping. From your sister, to your mother in law, to your partner’s father’s cousin twice removed, there are so many people to buy for in so little time. Fear not- in this week’s article, we’ve put together a list of four unconventional gifts for the special people in your life.
There’s definitely a good case for the benefits of independent travel, but there are so many other forms of travel that are often overlooked. Sometimes, organised tours are just what you need! Sure, there are poorly run tours out there, but there are some definite gems too. So kick back and relax; in this week’s article, we’ll be arguing in favour of company run tours.
In our busy day-to-day lives, our health and wellbeing often takes a backseat. But it’s important to remember that the effects of neglecting our physical wellbeing can spill over into other parts of our lives and cause problems. Along with diet, exercise, sleep and mental health practices, massage can be an incredibly powerful tool in connecting the physical with our spiritual selves. In this week’s article, we’re going to be diving deep into the world of massage to explore its health benefits.
This summer, disco fever greats KC & The Sunshine Band, Village People and Sister Sledge will unite for a legendary Australian tour. With five national shows, all artists will perform with full bands, including KC & The Sunshine Band’s impressive 15-piece outfit. To help you prepare for what’s sure to be a spectacular event, we’ve created a guide which includes information on the Victorian shows, what to bring and how to get there.
The Rugby League World Cup is Rugby League’s top international competition and one of the longest running World Cup tournaments in world sport. This November, the Rugby League World Cup comes to Melbourne to play the quarter final at our iconic Melbourne Rectangular Stadium. To make the most of this spectacular day, we have prepared a guide which includes the history of the Rugby League World Cup, information about the day and advice on getting there.
Many people know the rugged sandstone mountain ranges in the northwest of Victoria as The Grampians, but to the local Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali people, this is a sacred place known as Gariwerd. The descendants of these traditional peoples remain in the area to this day, carrying on the culture and stories of the land. In this week’s article, we’ll be exploring the significance of Gariwerd to the history and culture of the Djab Wurrung and Jardwadjali people.