In Stills: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

In June/July my family and I took a trip to the heart of Australia and we couldn’t leave without visiting Uluru (Ayers Rock) and Kata Tjuta (The Olgas). Here are some photographs from that trip.     We were lucky enough to go and experience walking through Bruce Munro’s art installation The Field of Light. The art piece was made up of over 50,000 frosted glass … Continue reading In Stills: Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park

The Foodies That Flood Your Feed

Social media has turned us all into an oxymoron; we have slipped into a stupor of laziness while also being far more active than one might think. The act of Instagramming your food has become a spectator sport; each profile a different competitor in the game, vying for the title of “Most Tantalising Image”. On the side lines are the spectators scrolling through their feed … Continue reading The Foodies That Flood Your Feed

SunPAC Opening Celebrates Sunnybank Arts and Culture

Sunnybank’s cultural scene will be boosted tremendously with the opening of SunPAC, a multicultural performing arts centre, providing the area with a much-needed event venue. Lord Mayor Graham Quirk attended the open day celebrations on Saturday to cut the ribbon and officially open the centre. The free event provided an array of local and professional entertainment, venue tours for visitors as well as having activities … Continue reading SunPAC Opening Celebrates Sunnybank Arts and Culture