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Category Archive: Where to eat in Sydney

Sponsored post: A flavour-packed afternoon tea

I was recently invited to the pop-up Masterchef Dining and Bar in Sydney to experience ‘High Tea Brewed by Lipton’ with master tea blender, Kurush Bharucha. As a self-appointed aficionado of tea and cake, I was excited to check out the new pop-up and explore the new range of Lipton‘s Pyramid teas. And I was […]

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Sydney for kids: Peter Pan morning tea at The Langham

Regular readers will know that it doesn’t take much to entice me to a traditional tea at a hotel, so I was delighted to attend The Langham Sydney’s Peter Pan tea on the weekend – with grandma and my two-year-old in tow. This beautifully themed tea is a special school holiday promotion to entice the […]

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A wee birdy week, in pictures

According to Instagram, my week looked like this: I went to the beach – again! That makes it two weekends in a row. Must be a record for me. I attended my first ever Kids Business Bloggers Brunch – and found some quick and easy Christmas crafts from Spotlight. (Quick and easy being key words […]

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A week in the life of Wee Birdy – in pictures

According to Instagram, this is what the past week in my life looked like. I went to the annual Dinosaur Designs garage sale in Sydney and snapped up this amazing coral resin bangle. I’ve wanted a wide DD bangle for ages and I love the coral-like texture as well as the amazing colour. It POPS […]

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A wee birdy week – in pictures

According to Instagram, this is what the last week or so in my life looked like. We went back to Cockatoo Island in Sydney today to see the rest of the Biennale of Sydney. It finishes next week so make sure you catch it before it goes. It was a glorious day on Sydney Harbour, […]

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Five awesome ways to celebrate Bastille Day in Sydney

It’s Bastille Day tomorrow and Sydney is celebrating, so grab a baguette, beret, and any other French cliche you can muster and get your French on. Breton top optional. 1. Have breakfast at Le Petit Creme in Darlinghurst Get the day off to a Frenchy start at this bijou Darlinghurst cafe. The legendary Eggs Benedict […]

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