Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

Explore Melbourne Precincts with Dale Campisi »

The insider's guide to this city's best shops, eateries, bars and other places to just hang out

Australia's leading online wine and food travel guide – top features

In this latest edition of guidebook Melbourne Precincts, Dale Campisi and prominent locals introduce you to the city's best shops, eateries, bars and other hangouts through in twenty of Melbourne eclectic districts »

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Discover Australian wine and drinks

Explore the world's best breweries with Lonely Planet's Global Beer Tour »

The best beers from across more than 30 countries

Discover Australian wine and drinks

International travel authority Lonely Planet has worked with a worldwide network of beer-loving travel writers (and well-travelled beer journalists) to select great taprooms and bars in the finest breweries that thirsty travellers can visit in more than 30 countries across Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe, and Oceania »

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Explore Australia's wine and food regions

Tips from a travelling Tasmanian – convict history, food and wine »

The island state has an abundance of all!

Explore Australia's wine and food regions

World Heritage listing together with knowledgeable and engaging tour guides have made visiting convict sites more alive with stories of people past. Of course, one needs sustenance whilst absorbing all this history (and the wonderful views from many sites) so just as well the island state has plenty of fabulous food and beverage on hand. Here are some recent historic and culinary highlights experienced in Tasmania »

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Food, cooking and dining finds

Recipe: Stone Fruit Chutney from The Little Book of Slow »

By Sally Wise and Paul McIntyre

Food, cooking and dining finds

Sally Wise and Paul McIntyre have teamed up to show us how to slow down, live mindfully and savour the simple joys in life and they've done a great job. It's part recipe book and part practical guide to finding our own ways to slow down in this frantic world of busy. The recipes don't come with glossy, styled up photos but are simple and they work. Here's a simple one for the abundant time – it's a recipe for Stone Fruit Chutney »

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Chocolate Enjoyed for Generations – a history by Barbara Santich »

The story of the nationally famous Haigh's Chocolates from Adelaide

Seasonal gems from our website

In 1915, Alfred Haigh opened his first Haigh’s store in Adelaide’s Beehive Building. From this modest beginning, Haigh’s Chocolates has thrived to become Australia’s oldest family-owned chocolate maker, and a leader in the art of making premium chocolate from the cocoa bean »

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