Article Archive

December 4, 2016

Top 7 Spots for a Picnic in Canberra

02/11/2015 by Lucy Stone

Picnics are one of my favourite springtime activities. Aside from being relaxing and affordable, who doesn't love soaking up the sunshine with good food and fresh air? Whether you're in the mood for a romantic interlude or a sunny afternoon with family and friends, picnics allow you to immerse yourself in nature and take a step away from life's hustle and bustle. This makes them perfect for any occasion.


Eastlake Football Club Kingston

27/10/2015 by Nic Crowther

Canberrans just love their clubs – and with good reason. Eastlake Football Club Kingston, with its serene Inner-South setting, shows exactly why it is such a strong focus for those on this side of the lake. This is an amazing, modern club that ticks all the boxes for an enjoyable day or night out with friends and family.


Canberra's Best Thai

21/10/2015 by Lucy Stone

Looking to satisfy your Thai addiction but not quite sure where to go? Here's a breakdown of Canberra's best Thai restaurants. ____________________________________________ Morks Restaurant Kingston Foreshore Kingston website Tuesday – Saturday (Lunch and Dinner) Sunday (Lunch)


The National Press Club's chef Georgia Harrison is off on a Food Safari

14/10/2015 by Nic Crowther

As part of our Meet The Chef series we caught up with National Press Club chef, Georgia Harrison, and her team mate Amanda Polsen who have won the 2015 National Golden Chef’s Hat Award. The girls achieved first place in the competition receiving Gold with Distinction - a competition first. As part of the prize the young chefs will fly to South Africa to complete work experience with a multi-award winning chef and experience a once-in-a-lifetime Food Safari.


Golden Girl - Georgia Harrison is Australia's Best Young Chef!

14/10/2015 by OutInCanberra

National Press Club's chef, Georgia Harrison, and her team mate Amanda Polsen have won the 2015 Nestle National Golden Chef’s Hat Award. The girls achieved first place in the competition receiving Gold with Distinction - a competition first and an amazing acheivement.


8 Places for a First Date in Canberra

13/10/2015 by Sarah Pritchard

First dates can be a highly stressful experience. There is an almost-unknown person staring at you from across a table and there is nothing else to do but focus on eating and discovering if you want to see each other for the next few hours, let alone for the far-off second date. Don’t worry! We’re here to help! Here are some ideas that will put the fun back into the first date.


International style with a local feel at Pulp Kitchen

06/10/2015 by OutInCanberra

Among the quiet, red-tiled rooves of Canberra’s Northside, sits a bold and adventurous restaurant with huge floor-to-ceiling windows. However, while Pulp Kitchen’s glass façade provides an excellent view into suburban Ainslie, it’s much more exciting to focus on the highlights of the French bistro-inspired menu.


Dog Friendly Cafés in Canberra

30/09/2015 by Brian Tam

You wake up on Saturday morning, open the curtains to find a beautiful spring day outside, and find yourself having the same old debate in your head: should I head out somewhere for a nice leisurely brunch, or take the dog for a walk so I can carry its sh!t around for an hour? Well, if the girl on the Old El Paso ads has taught me anything (other than not to eat Old El Paso), it’s to solve difficult problems by sitting on the fence and adopting the mantra of "Why not both?"


Canberra’s Top Pizza Joints

29/09/2015 by Brian Tam

It seems that we’ve come a long way in terms of appreciating what makes a good pizza, and more and more Canberrans are fast become pizza connoisseurs. Our hospitality scene is certainly taking note, with plenty of places now offering handmade, woodfired pizzas with great bases and restrained amounts of traditional toppings (less is more, right?). Here’s our ‘Top 10’ list of places to grab an authentic, fight-you-for-the-last-slice, pizza! Briscola Pizzeria | Civic


The Best Inner South Bar Crawl

23/09/2015 by Brian Tam

There are plenty of things to be grateful for at the moment: the cherry blossoms are blossoming, footy finals fever is upon us, Canberra’s coming back to life, and The Bachelor is over! These are all perfectly valid reasons to go out and celebrate with a couple of drinks - and with a couple of well-deserved long weekends coming up (yay!), why not round up your mates and head out on a bar crawl in our trendy Inner South? Here are six bars you shouldn’t miss on your way through: The Dock