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Christina Wylie
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Christina is an award-winning British journalist and radio host who has worked and lived in Hong Kong, Thailand, London, South Africa, Sydney and now Melbourne, where she currently calls home.
Christina is an award-winning British journalist and radio host who has worked and lived in Hong Kong, Thailand, London, South Africa, Sydney and now Melbourne, where she currently calls home.

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MELBOURNE: Fun and food with friends on Flinders Lane

Fun and food with friends on Flinders Lane Flinders Lane is quintessentially Melbourne: what might first appear like a quiet, unassuming CBD lane, is in fact home to some of the best bars and eateries in Australia with an eclectic mix of styles and…

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NSW: Family accommodation in the Central Tabelands on the site of a historic woolshed

Family accommodation in the Central Tabelands on the site of a historic woolshed Long before the Orange region founded its blossoming reputation as a cool climate wine destination, the New South Wales Central Tablelands was sheep country, home to some of…

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QLD: Coffee, Art, Music & Flavour

Coffee, art, music and flavour It’s the perfect blend of colourful laneway vibes, cool tunes and that laid back charm that you usually only find in the tropics. Here food and coffee are served with passion and every element on your plate has a crucial…

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VIC: Own your own 20lt barrel of whisky

Own your own 20-litre barrel of whisky Lots of blokes are into brewing beer without realising whisky distilling might be their next step-up. “Some of the ingredients and the process, up to the wash, are the same,” says Josh Walker who took the leap from…

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NSW: Never skip breakfast again

Never skip breakfast again “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day” and “an apple a day keeps the doctor away”, or so go those annoying health clichés. And to be fair a cliché is usually annoying because it’s true, and we can’t consistently live…

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NSW: Budget-friendly getaway to the Port Macquarie hinterland

Budget-friendly getaway to the Port Macquarie hinterland Mount Seaview is breathtakingly beautiful when the sun slowly creeps up from behind the rolling hills of the World Heritage listed Werrikimbe National Park. The fog starts to unveil fluffy, grazing…

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STOPOVER IN STYLE AT THE INTERCON SINGAPORE

A quick layover doesn’t have to be stressful Home to one of the busiest airports in the world, Singapore is a popular stop-off point. But so many people don’t even leave the airport. With hotels like the InterContinental in town, you’d be mad not to cross…

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VICTORIA: Enjoy a round of golf, some wildlife scouting, or simply kick back by the ocean

Enjoy a round of golf, some wildlife scouting, or simply kick back by the ocean Sometimes all you need to recharge the ol’ batteries is a weekend away, far away from the city smog and busy streets. Just a couple of days in the quiet, seaside town of Port…

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The most personalised bridal shop in Melbourne

The most personalised bridal shop in Melbourne The GAB interviews Jo Burkandt of Silk and Style Bridal:   What’s the story behind Silk and Style Bridal? I started the business as I wanted to provide brides with a luxury service boutique that is all about…

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AUSSIE-WIDE: Ditch your morning coffee for this natural energy drink

Ditch your morning coffee for this natural energy drink Yerba mate (Yer-BAH-ma-TEH). Sounding like something straight out of a health shop in Nimbin, yerba mate has been a cultural phenomenon in South America for centuries. Consumed en masse by…
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