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New Look for Bells at Killcare

New Look for Bells at Killcare

Bells at Killcare, the magnificent 5-star boutique resort on the NSW Central Coast has unveiled a new look this summer. The popular dining destination has been given a new direction and renamed ‘the wild flower bar and dining’ with new menus and restaurant interiors to complete the new look. Overseeing the changes in Sean Connolly, of Bon Pavilion – a joint venture between the Bells at Killcare owners and Connolly, so essentially already part of the ‘culinary family’.

Sean, alongside his right-hand man, Tony Gibson, will refresh the menu and dining experience, broadening the restaurant’s Italian dining style to a modern-European approach with the same focus on quality food and service, though in a casually-chic setting with a little “theatre” adding to the energy of the dining space.

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Your First Look at Diggies Kiama

Your First Look at Diggies Kiama

A new café has just opened at our favourite seaside town, Kiama on the NSW South Coast just in time for the summer holidays.

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Gaia Retreat Wellness Weekend 2020

Gaia Retreat Wellness Weekend 2020

Alluxia's Gaia Retreat Wellness Weekend is back for 2020. Kickstart the new decade with a positive approach to your health and wellbeing. Save the date for 7/8 February 2020 for an all inclusive weekend of luxury, health, relaxation, gourmet food, yoga, spa treatments, meditation and so much more.

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Howard Smith Wharves Newest Restaurant

Howard Smith Wharves Newest Restaurant

Brisbane’s game-changing lifestyle and dining precinct, Howard Smith Wharves has unveiled its latest riverfront restaurant, inspired by Stanley Bay in Hong Kong. The much-anticipated Cantonese restaurant has officially opened its doors.

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Granite Belt: Turning wine into water

Granite Belt: Turning wine into water

Some of the Granite Belt’s top wineries have joined forces to raise funds for drought relief in their community by turning wine into water!

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