Day: 4 December 2016

All hail Baby Groot! A new trailer for Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 has dropped

December 4, 2016

In case you missed it, earlier today Marvel gifted us a brand new teaser trailer for Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2. And in true GOTG style it’s packed with action, humour and classic rock. A lot of hype is already surrounding the next installment for Guardians Of The Galaxy, particularly after its surprise breakout […]

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Queensland on top as Australian Traveller reveals Peoples Choice Award winners for 2016

December 4, 2016

Last week, The Australian Traveller People’s Choice Awards crowned their 2016 winners, with Queensland coming out on top, winning in six categories – including three for Hamilton Island, best beach for Whitehaven, best family holiday spot for the Gold Coast) and sexiest hotel pool for Palazzo Versace in Surfers Paradise (pictured above). Meanwhile, the recently […]

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Old favourites return to Brisbane as GoMA Turns 10

December 4, 2016

Sitting at no less than 6,000 square metres, Australia’s largest contemporary gallery, The Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA) in Brisbane’s South Bank, turns ten years old this month. To celebrate, the now iconic space has launched a massive, free exhibition dubbed GoMA Turns 10, which revisits some of the curator’s favourite artworks and artists who […]

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Review: South Brisbane’s Gauge serves up an outstanding lunch menu

December 4, 2016

Located just across the street from the South Bank’s art and gallery precinct (including the GoMA, which is currently celebrating their 10th birthday), is a small and unassuming cafe/restaurant that produces a Michelin-star quality food at reasonable prices. Jerome Batten is the man behind Gauge, a role he juggles while also helming Sourced Grocer, a […]

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Review: Luis Tans – Bondi (Sydney)

December 4, 2016

Tucked just off Campbell Parade is where you’ll find The House of Luis Tans (Luis Tans for short), shaped into a space that formerly hosted contemporary Japanese spot PaperPlanes, ditching the Asian pop art for a mature dip into Peruvian chic, a stylish 70’s pastiche helped by vintage posters and stripes of colour. The restaurant […]

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Review: Juicy Lucy Diner – Surry Hills (Sydney)

December 4, 2016

When the team from Sugarcane opened their fiery red and orange homage to vintage tuck shops, Juicy Lucy, success seemed slow but steady. Word of mouth helped get the thing off the ground, seeing as it was on one of the more neglected strips of Surry Hills, but once it took off Juicy Lucy became […]

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