Article Archive

November 25, 2015

Dreaming of a White… or Red Christmas?

24/11/2015 by Alex Dickens

With holidays just around the corner and the stress of everything that needs to be done, including Christmas functions and New Year celebration arrangements it’s enough to make even the calmest of people hit the panic button. If you have relatives and in-laws edging in the door these holidays, put the apron down and the stress away. The festive season is meant to be enjoyed, so let Canberra Winery tours do the work while you sit back and enjoy the holidays.


Hutch - Canberra's Smallest Bar

18/11/2015 by Alex Dickens

With 2 bar stools, 4 staff and 2 taps, Canberra’s smallest bar is generating a whole heap of community spirit. The Hutch was created by 4 local architects from Lonsdale street firm, Nathan Gibson Judd, with a passion for local beer and produce. Nathan Judd, Shai Lambert, Al Kirk and James Goodrick created The Hutch as a community hub and a place to chill and hang out with friends and colleagues over a drink.


Sneak peak: TCRIB. Canberra's latest co-creative space

18/11/2015 by OutInCanberra

Shared spaces are not a new concept. But rather than a loose collection of desks with wifi, what if you could work in a multi-functional environment filled with equipment, mentors and a fully stocked bar? Have we got your attention?


Hot Summer Nights! Be entertained by Berra Butlers

18/11/2015 by OutInCanberra

When most people think of butlers, they think of someone stuffy and grey – kind of like Bruce Wayne’s butler, Alfred, in the Batman trilogy. In Canberra, we do buttling a little differently. The brainchild of local entrepreneur, Andy McLean, Berra Butlers is a professional butler service that brings topless male waiters to host and serve at parties and private functions. Featuring some of the best looking and well-toned men in town, the aim is to create a fun and safe environment with great interaction, filled with personality.


Save The Date - GTM Tour Dates Have Been Released!

16/11/2015 by Alex Dickens

The highly anticipated Groovin’ the Moo music festival have announced the release of their 2016 tour dates. The festival is set to kick off in Maitland NSW on Saturday April 23, before it mooves down south the University of Canberra. Get set for new music, amazing performances and local delicacies as Groovin’ the Moo tours the country. Stay tuned for the full GTM 2016 line-up set to be revealed on Thursday 28 Jan, with tickets on sale from Tuesday Feb 2 2016. Click here for further details


How to have a night OutInCanberra with Ikea

16/11/2015 by OutInCanberra

Everyone knows Sweden’s favourite retailer, Ikea, is throwing open it’s doors today, but what should you be spending your money on to make sure you have the perfect night out? With over 8,000 items in the Majura Park range, there’s everything you need to get ready, entertain friends, make it home after a big night and recover the next day. Here’s our list of essentials from the Ikea Catalogue.


First look: inside Highball Express

11/11/2015 by OutInCanberra

The runway is ready and the tower is about to give clearance for take-off. By the end of this week, Canberra should have another new bar right in the heart of the city. Strap yourselves in and prepare to be transported to the Caribbean aboard the Highball Express.


Movie Review: The Dressmaker

10/11/2015 by Sam Tremayne

I’m the only man in a cinema filled with women. I’m trying to look too cool for school… but it doesn’t show. I’m laughing. I’m crying. I’m enjoying this movie and I don’t care who knows it. The Dressmaker is another shining beacon in the ever-growing list of quality Australian productions over the last few years. I know I sound like a broken record about domestic films and continually harp on about how great they are, but it’s the straight-up truth, and this movie is no different. The Dressmaker is truly an emotional rollercoaster.


The District - a parfait place to meet in Crace

10/11/2015 by Nic Crowther

There’s something about the suburbs of Canberra that brings a sense of ease and comfort. With carefully-cultivated streets and a real sense of community, the local shops provide plenty of new venues to explore. A shining example of this is The District at Crace. Set among the shiny new shops at the centre of the suburb, The District is very much focussed on delivering locals a relaxed and comfortable space with a distinct flavour of its own.


C'mon Wallabies! Here's where to watch the World Cup Final

30/10/2015 by Alex Dickens

The 2015 Rugby World Cup Final is set to kick-off live at 3:00am Sunday morning. Australians all over the world will be tuning in to watch the Wallabies take on the All Blacks for the title. There's nothing better than watching the big match with like-minded fans, and this year proves no exception with 6 Brumbies players: Sio, Moore, Fardy, Pocock, Kuridrani and Toomua representing Canberra on the field. OutInCanberra in support of the Brumbies has collected a guide listing the local venues airing the match. The Duxton