Author: Alexandra Abbott

Tea Garden Co: Tea to your door!

With an unparalleled enthusiasm for life and a passion for all things tea, local tea drinker turned business woman, Mikhaila Pennell, has started Tea Garden Co to share her love with Canberrans and all of Australia too! Tea Garden Co is an online tea business where tea lovers can purchase unique loose leaf blends made by hand with love and have it delivers to your door, it also offers monthly and quarterly subscription options for those who’s love for tea verges on addiction. There is a huge variety of flavours and each is hand packaged and made from ingredients...

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A weekend away: Southern Highlands escape

Escape into the idyllic countryside that is dotted with beautiful historic cottages and refreshing nature begging to be explored. Located just two hours from Canberra, Bowral is the perfect weekend getaway, especially if you want to relax and escape the chaos of Canberra! Whether it’s wandering down the main street, exploring the expansive countryside or even checking out the Bradman museum (all cricket fans rejoice), you’ll be whisked away into a scenic country landscape. Bowral is the perfect place to escape life’s routine, take a deep breath and rejuvenate. Eat and drink To the untrained eye, Bowral may appear...

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The Lonsdale local worth celebrating

While Braddon has been gentrified into one of Canberra’s most popular precincts, Debacle continues to command its place as a long-standing eatery with a rich history starting long before many of its Lonsdale Street counterparts. Debacle may have evolved with the area but it has always maintained its casual and relaxed feel. While signature pizzas and European beers are a staple of the menu, Debacle has established itself as so much more, striking the perfect balance of tradition with versatility. Open for breakfast until midnight every day, Debacle allows you to choose the atmosphere of your dining experience. Whether...

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Braddon building toward Canberra’s future

Looking back at the Canberra skyline 10 years ago, that humble little city is almost unrecognisable today. With new suburbs being excavated, each new apartment building taller than the last and precincts creating cultural and community hubs on the north and south side of the city, our ‘cool little capital’ is quickly becoming a fully-grown city. To give you the low-down on some of Canberra’s newest developments we shine the light on Braddon for part two of what’s on the horizon for our ever-changing skyline.   Yamaroshi 32 Mort Street, Braddon With an angular façade inspired by the Japanese...

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An ever-changing skyline

Looking back at the Canberra skyline 10 years ago, that humble little city is almost unrecognisable today. With new suburbs being excavated, each new apartment building taller than the last and precincts creating cultural and community hubs on the north and south side of the city, our ‘cool little capital’ is quickly becoming a fully-grown city. To give you the low-down on some of Canberra’s newest developments here is part one of what’s on the horizon for our ever-changing skyline.   City to the Lake The first stage of work to transform the West Basin at Lake Burley Griffin...

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