We’ve gathered our most viewed stories from 2017 – from cupcakes, to swimming, to fishing and dining, there’s something here for everyone.
After some tasty research, we bring you four restaurants that took our breath away, not only due to the quality of food, but also the history behind the buildings. These are great places to take any visiting friends or your own family. Enjoy the food and lap up the history!
If you’re looking for perfectly baked cupcakes and authentic Italian pasta, there’s a cafe in Westmeadows that ticks all of the boxes: Mayflour. We caught up with owner Kris to find out how the Mayflour business was built, what makes them unique, and of course – her favourite cupcake flavour!
Read Meet the Makers: Mayflour Cupcakes to hear all about the Mayflour story.
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Fishing has long been one of Australia’s favourite past times. Whether you are heading to where the locals cast a line at Station Pier, or out to Ferguson Street Pier in Williamstown with the family for a relaxing fish, there are many places around our beautiful city that are worth checking out.
Read ‘Melbourne’s Hot Fishing Spots' to discover a few of our favourite places to cast a line and maybe catch some dinner for your family and friends!
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What better way to enjoy a warm summer weekend that at one of Melbourne’s freshwater swimming spots! There’s no more refreshing way to cool off with family or friends than to splash about and relax with a picnic or a drink.
Read 'Best Suburban Waterholes in Melbourne' to discover a few prime swimming spots to help you cool off.
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In Melbourne’s inner north-west lies the perfect place to explore with friends. Whether you love getting active in the great outdoors or prefer checking out the café scene, Moonee Valley has something for everyone.
Read 'Choose your own adventure in Moonee Valley' to discover Moonee Valley’s best offerings.
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