The Docklands

[Continue reading...]

http://muchaboutmelbourne.com/2012/08/14/480/

[Continue reading...]

River Yarra

[Continue reading...]

Flinders Street Station

[Continue reading...]

Melbourne – Most liveable city

Well, it’s official. According to the Tabloids.  Of course I could have told anyone that, same as just about anyone in Melbourne. 🙂  Biased? I have lived elsewhere in the past and definitely consider that Melbourne has everything to make life liveable.  My husband and I have been here for over 20 years now and […]

[Continue reading...]

Update on this site

My apologies for being absent for many months. December 2011 I badly broke my leg, while out on a bush walk hunting for powerful owls (never did see them) and ended up in hospital. It was a good 4 months after that before I was able to walk unaided and still a couple of months […]

[Continue reading...]

Summer is on its way….

and that means the snakes are beginning to emerge. My husband and I were out walking at a local park just recently and saw this snake lazily sunning itself beside the path we were walking on. In fact, we were focused on watching the kangaroos a bit further away and almost didn’t notice the snake […]

[Continue reading...]

Royal Melbourne Show

If you haven’t been yet, you better get in quick. It closes Tuesday 4th October. Doesn’t seem to go as long as I remember as I thought it was on till the school holidays finished. I didn’t go this year but have been in the past and use it mainly as a photo opportunity these […]

[Continue reading...]

No dogs allowed in the park!

I really do wonder where people’s brains are these days.  I mean, to bring a dog to a state park where there are wild animals and a conservation area.  Why would they do that? Don’t they know they’re not allowed to do that? After all there are signs on entering the park that says but […]

[Continue reading...]

Kallista Market

Markets are a popular thing in Melbourne. You can find the Melbourne & South Melbourne Markets running a few days a week. St Kilda has one running on the esplanade on weekends. And in the hills and country regions you will find regular weekly, monthly and annual markets as well. I’ve recently been working on […]

[Continue reading...]