The Milk Factory, Jamberoo

PHOTOGRAPHY BY NICK EPOFF

Like many of the finest houses in Europe and the Middle East, the Milk Factory’s modest industrial façade belies what lies within. Enter through an old roller door and into spaces straight from The World of Interiors, with soaring white ceilings, exquisite and dainty French antique furnishings, imposing European portraits, faded curtains and quirky paintings and ceramic pieces by the artist owners. Continue reading

An exclusive recital in Berry

Baritone David Greco, accompanied by pianist Nicole Brady will be performing in an intimate recital at Lisa Madigan: The Store in Berry. Baritone David Greco has established himself as a fine interpreter of oratorio and opera in Australia and Europe. Since making his debut with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in 2004 in works of G.F. Handel, he has come to specialise in the works of the late Italian and German Baroque masters. Continue reading

Bar Beach Kiosk, Merimbula

It’s not often you find a place that unites surfers and foodies, locals and tourists: the Bar Beach Kiosk in Merimbula is one unique gem. Overlooking picturesque Bar Beach on the far South Coast sits this small, wooden kiosk. Owned by Tegan Liddell, a young, savvy entrepenuer, who uses findings from her years of travel and love of fresh, organic produce to offer exceptional cuisine on the edge of the water. Continue reading

Politics in the pub

Federal Member for Eden-Monaro, Dr Mike Kelly, will be the headline speaker at an informative debate on renewable energy, to be held in Merimbula on November 8, 2012. The event is being organised by local technology business group, IntoIT and will highlight major projects that are placing Southeast NSW in the spotlight of Australia’s renewable energy industry. Continue reading

Just Delicious, Berry

A favourite with both locals and visitors, Just Delicious Gourmet Café and Deli is situated in a quiet back street of Berry, with a sunny north-facing verandah with outdoor seating. The menu is tempting and the glass-front counter filled with fresh salads and delicious items such as roast pumpkin tarts, caramelised onion and goat’s cheese quiches, vegetable frittata and Thai chicken balls with chilli jam. Owner Barbara Chambers, who worked as a nutritionist in Sydney for 20 years, offers plenty of gluten-free and vegetarian choices along with sweet treats to eat in or takeaway and excellent coffee. Continue reading