Birds, bees, butterflies and refugees from the urban rat race all find sanctuary in Simone Jelley’s edible flower garden. By Kirsty McKenzie, photography Ken Brass    They say there’s a fine line between passion and insanity. By her own account, Simone Jelley has been teetering on the border between the two for the past six years. Simone and her husband, […]

 The Perfect Australian Experience In Sydney Sydney’s Royal Botanic Gardens offers a smorgasbord of opportunities to learn more about Aboriginal heritage, culture and connection to country. They say it’s a dull day when you don’t learn something new. Spend a fraction of it on one of Sydney’s Royal Botanic Garden’s Aboriginal-guided tours and you’ll come […]

Another major first for the Food & Crayfish Festival – visitors and locals are invited to join the Flinders Island Aboriginal Association for a long table lunch.

For the first time, two of Australia’s most popular chefs, restauranteurs, authors and TV presenters Karen Martini and Tobie Puttock will be joining the Flinders Island Food & Crayfish Festival

The 2020 Flinders Island Food & Crayfish Festival focuses on local food, local people, great stories and will serve a range of culinary adventures.

When picked from the plant and still warm from the sun, tomato is best simple.

Good to look at and to eat, plums are one of late summer’s seasonal delights.

A gentle passage through Andalucia is measured by its signature flamenco dancers, fino sherry and all the fun of the feria.