Tag: Food

Food, Recipes

Bircher Muesli from Four Birds, Darwin

This protein packed, wonderfully light Bircher Muesli recipe filled with seeds, nuts, dried apricots, figs, fresh grapefruit and sour yoghurt was divulged to me by the lovely Louisa Ainsworth of Four Birds in the Star Village right in the heart of the Darwin. This recipe is super easy to prepare in advance, allowing you a quick breakfast […]



What a city. Fitzroy, St Kilda, Torquay, Barwon Heads, Degraves St. Yarraville, Lentils As Anything, pop up galleries, hipsters, crack heads, musos, theatre. If you’re looking for something interesting to look at, Melbourne is bound to satisfy every time. In the four months we lived in Melbourne we fell in love with the culture, the […]


MONA – Museum of Old and New Art

“I would recommend anyone to fly from anywhere around the world just to come to MONA for at least one day.” – Ben Jarvis, exceedingly excited having just seen the ‘poo machine’ fed and poo within three hours of each other. We had allocated an entire day to MONA, the first day after arriving in Tasmania […]


Mornington Peninsula

Located 45 minutes from the city of Melbourne, and for us, a short drive from Phillip Island where we had just spent a glorious and relaxing week surfing Kitty Miller, Mornington Peninsula was our final stop off before hitting the big city and earning some fresh money to keep us going. I had heard great […]


Hunter Valley Wine and Food Month | Day Three

A highlight of campervan touring is the ever changing view. This morning we woke to see Lindeman’s nestled into the bottom of the valley. Day three of our tour during Hunter Valley Wine and Food Month began bright and early with a stroll down the hill from our overnight campsite to Lindemans for our first tasting experience of […]


Hunter Valley Wine and Food Month | Day One

It was a fantastic coincidence that Hunter Valley Wine and Food Month started the week we arrived in Newcastle and we were excited to have three days to explore the region. Arriving on Monday and leaving on Wednesday, we had a long list of possible destinations picked from over 150 cellar doors. We quickly whittled down the […]