Ascend to the rooftop of Rydges Southbank to experience haute cuisine at its finest. Chef Massimo Speroni has created a culinary tapestry of emu, kangaroo, shark and quail, among a selection of premium meats and seafood. Furthermore, experiencing the imagination of his dishes stretches the bounds of expectation with innovations like the famed mojito sphere and martini jelly. Seven years on, and there is no end in sight to fine dining with the continual gasps of surprise this venue serves up.
Steeped in History dating back to colonial times:
The Western Australian port city of Fremantle’s iconic National Hotel, originally built in 1903, show off their new $7 million refurbishment and is a captivating Cinderella story. The venue carries with it a rich history with the promise of its new feature built on the foundations of a long and chequered past. Continue reading Fremantle’s National Hotel: New rooftop bar, Art Exhibits & a historic look back
Expedia.com® analysed thousands of data points this year to identify the top trends in travel for 2018, and the results show that travelers are increasingly interested in unique and novel experiences. Highlights from the report include the rise of secondary destinations like Chiang Mai, the Azores and Cartagena, and non-traditional lodging options such as tentalows and houseboats. In the activities and attractions space, observation decks and architectural landmarks saw the biggest growth, with cooking classes and other culinary experiences close behind.
The Branksome Hotel & Residences celebrated their first year not too long ago and industry professionals and partners were treated to a night of festivities at their Rooftop Garden & Bar. 270 degrees of panorama line the al fresco space of stools and lounges with views stretching as far out to Coogee, Bondi and Liverpool. Continue reading Branksome Hotel, Mascot: One year anniversary!
It’s one of the most luxurious properties in the Sydney CBD having hosted some of the world’s most prominent including Lady Gaga and George Michael. The Grand Ballroom was the setting for more than 600 of Sydney’s socialites with the unveiling of the $50 million dollar refurbishment and rebrand of Sheraton the Park which is now known as Sheraton Grand Sydney Hyde Park. Continue reading Sheraton Grand Hyde Park Relaunch
As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, The Ternary Restaurant on Darling Harbour is now offering a trio of hearty winter warmer dishes to be enjoyed against the spectacular backdrop of the iconic Sydney Harbour.
The first offering is perfect for sharing with a friend, partner or colleague; a cheese board and bottle of red. The board is adorned with a selection of local and imported cheeses, including a variety from France that sit alongside quince paste and walnut bread. This is paired with a beautiful bottle of the McWilliam’s 480 2015 Shiraz Wine for just $49. McWilliam’s 480 wines are grown at an altitude of 480 metres to develop deep flavour and tannins whilst the cooler temperatures at higher altitudes promote freshness and aroma, which match perfectly with the richness of the cheeses.
The Ternary Bar & Restaurant
(Novotel Darling Harbour)
100 Murray Street, Pyrmong NSW 2009