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Small Cakes with Big Flavour: Q+A with Nicole Wright of Fresh + Frosted

Nicole Wright is in the business of making small cakes with big flavor. Her vegan cakes and treats business, Fresh + Frosted, is a hit among Sydneysiders at the Sydney Vegan Market where her creations sell out like hotcakes. But there is a subliminal reason why her cakes and treats are so popular.  She has …

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Explore the Wonderful World of Wetlands in Victoria

This week was a milestone for wetlands across the world. February 2 marked the 50th anniversary of the Ramsar Treaty, the global conservation agreement to protect wetlands of international significance. February 2 is thus World Wetlands Day. Iconic wetlands around Australia such as Kakadu, the Coorong in South Australia and Eighty Mile Beach near Broome …

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Belgrave: A Leafy Vegan Oasis in the Dandenong Ranges

Less than an hour’s drive from the Melbourne CBD, you’ll find the leafy hillside suburb of Belgrave. Belgrave is commonly known for the Puffing Billy steam train, but it’s now becoming a favourite with vegan travellers. Belgrave is a vegan oasis, nested high in the lush Dandenong Ranges, and it’s is easy to get there …

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The Art of Being your own Vegan Travel Agent and a GPSmyCity Giveaway

We live in a time when travel is as easy and as accessible as ever. We travel when we want, where we want, and at a budget that’s suited to each of us. I remember when I first started my travels – without my parents – back in 2000. I remember having to visit a …

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Have a Weekend Vegan Picnic in Melbourne with these Favourites

Yes, Melbourne is still in lockdown but we can still travel within five kilometres from home. Also, we can meet with up to four other people from another household in an outdoor setting. With the weather starting to get sunnier, our parks are the perfect place for a weekend vegan picnic. Let’s have a look …

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Enjoy Good Vegan Coffee in Melbourne on International Coffee Day

Today is International Coffee Day and Melbourne is the coffee capital of Australia. In addition, Melbourne is the third most vegan-friendly city in the world. So, when it comes to vegan coffee you can expect a plethora of choices here. Not only vegan coffee, but you can locate a range of chai, hot chocolates, turmeric …

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Explore the Vegan Food at Adelaide’s Non-Vegan Hotspots

Adelaide is known as one of Australia’s most vegan-friendly cities.  The ‘festival city’ celebrates its vegan food across a long list of all-vegan establishments. But you don’t have to be vegan to experience Adelaide’s impressive vegan food. Some of Adelaide’s top restaurants boast extensive vegan options that will please everyone. Here are some of the …

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Shine at Adelaide Fringe with these Top Festival Tips

Adelaide Fringe is the biggest art festival in the southern hemisphere and it’s only fitting that the event is hosted by Australia’s city of festivals. There is only one week left of Adelaide Fringe for 2020, and 2020 is also a milestone year for the festival. Adelaide Fringe celebrates 60 years this year! There are …

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