The Sausage Sizzle

It is often said that Australia lacks any significant national cuisine. However, any person who has grown up in Australia knows this to be quite untrue. Picture the Australian alpha male, commandeering the backyard on a Saturday afternoon in bare feet and boardies, swapping a VB tinny for tongs which he uses to ‘crank up the barbie and throw on a coupla’ snags for sangas’ (translation: heat up the barbeque and cook sausages to make sandwiches).


Alila Seminyak

Crisp, contemporary architecture and a sprawling beachfront location make for an idyllic retreat at Alila Seminyak.

Salt Meats Cheese Gasworks

There are some things that should be left to the professionals. Gelato cocktails are one of them, and thanks to Salt Meats Cheese Gasworks, Brisbane locals won’t have to stray too far to find one.

Queen’s Pastry

Serving up warm croissants, pastries and doughnuts throughout the day, Queens Pastry’s tiny shopfront has a cult following among Hobart locals – and it’s growing. When you spot the aqua awning cast over Harrington Street, you’ll know you’re in the right place.

Good Times Milkbar

What do you get when you take an old-school neighbourhood milk bar and jazz it up into one of Bentleigh’s most instagrammable locations? Good Times Milk Bar, of course.