Melbourne correspondent, Leila, ignites her new passion for cycling using Melbourne’s bike share program, travel up the Yarra, see Abbotsford Convent do the full 30km loop.
October in Melbourne offers something for literally everyone, from modern dance to live music, opera to foreign films, visual art and intimate forums, if you’ve never been to the Melbourne Festival, here’s Leila to convince you to go!
Sydney is known for its harbour, yet truly, how often do we really visit it? Read more from Sydney Local Look’er, Taylor on her pledge to spend more time this summer on Sydney’s harbour.
Leila explores Melbourne’s fashion districts, from the newly revamped Myer in Bourke St Mall to Smith St Bazaar in Fitzroy. Get an insight into one of Melbourne’s most famous pastimes, shopping!
Sydney is known for many things, the Harbour Bridge, Opera House, but how about the iconic ads that litter our city? The giant neon flashing sign in Kings Cross or Grecian pillars that greet us heading into Glebe or Balmain?
The commuter friendly Melbourne and their ticketing revolution known as Myki … so does it eclipse Sydney’s public transport or is there a sinister secret lurking beyond?
Does sport define our culture? Our city? With a fortnight of sport the fanatics were in heaven. But Sydney correspondent, Taylor, well this part fortnight has proved insightful at best.
Local dLook correspondent Leila Davies gives us an insight to the great southland, Melbourne, Victoria. And so begins, the war of words between our two cities.
Local dLook correspondent Taylor Pini gives a home grown look at the city that was built on rock and roll (but mostly The Rocks).