Happy Valley is an exciting new design/book/art shop located in the heart of Collingwood at 294 Smith Street, featuring a large selection of Australian designers. Personally curated by owner Chris Crouch, Happy Valley stocks a wonderful range of art prints, a wide selection of books, cool designs and artful oddities from home and abroad.
Adelaide has been hailed a ‘top 10 city’ to visit in 2014 by one of the world’s leading travel authorities, Lonely Planet. Having undergone a huge transformation in recent years, Adelaide is showing Australia, and the world, that it has so much to offer.
If you are wanting extra storage space, or looking to have an extra bedroom, converting your attic is a great way of utilising the space that you already have - and it's a trend that's catching on in Australia.
A recent decision to approve Crown Limited’s plans to build a six star hotel and casino at Barangaroo means Sydney is set to be a city with two big casino complexes after 2019. The decision was made due to the need to ‘inject competition’ into Sydney’s casino industry.
The Australian passion for sport is taking on a new form as Fanfare Prints introduces their unique take on the infamous framed jersey with the launch of their stylish fan journey boards - and what beauties they are.
O’shirt, an awareness and fundraising platform for great causes, are launching their first “Pay What It’s Worth” campaign. The proceeds will be going towards a charity that is near and dear to O’Shirt co-founder, Ryan Williams' heart; the Botswana Orphan Project.
John Ward is a man on a mission - the founder of PNG Corporate Mission, owner of the Yarra Valley Conference Centre, saviour of the Babbajin Wildlife Shelter and one of the founding members of Moira Kelly's Children First Foundation.
Australian startup, HERO Condoms, is today rolling out in stores across the country. HERO Condoms aims to help end the AIDS epidemic by donating one condom to an AIDS organisation in a developing country, for each HERO Condom sold in Australia.
Aviophobia (fear of flying) affects up to 25% of Australians and ruins countless family holidays and travelling opportunities. So what can be done about it? Enter Flight Experience and their 'Fear of Flying' course. Does it work? Brittany Stewart gives it a trial run.
Road to Refuge is a revolutionary website that allows users to be placed in the shoes of an asylum seeker through their journey from their country of origin to Australia, writes Aneeka Simonis.
Launching at Vivid Sydney on May 26, new media project This Place is Yours aims to embrace creativity and storytelling as a way to celebrate the human experience, with a platform to connect on a level that matters.