Five amazing sights on a Great Ocean Road drive

By Australia / Great Ocean Road / Melbourne / Victoria /

DRIVE the Great Ocean Road, a stunning, dramatic stretch of coastline in south-west Victoria. With several natural and historical attractions, it’s without a doubt one of the most amazing trips you’ll take in Australia. After all, the Great Ocean Road Drive took out the title of Australia’s ‘Best Road Trip’ in the Australian Traveller’s 2014 People’s Choice Awards.

Here are five attractions and activities for your road trip along the Great Ocean Road. 

Surf at Torquay

This seaside town, just over an hour from Melbourne, is home to the famous Bells Beach, where the annual Rip Curl Pro event is held. It’s the birthplace of surf culture in Australia, with leading surf brands such as Quicksilver and Ripcurl established here 30 years ago. It’s also the official start of the Great Ocean Road, why not celebrate with some waves? If you’re a beginner, you can easily organise a quick surfing lesson.

Explore the Wreck of the Loch Ard
Experienced divers can join dive tours to the Loch Ard shipwreck at certain times of the year and explore the ruins of the ship bound for Melbourne in 1878 when it hit a rocky reef near Mutton Bird Island. Of the 54 crew and passengers on board, only two survived. Much of the cargo and artefacts have been saved, including a Minton porcelain peacock, which is on display in Flagstaff Hill Maritime Village in Warrnambool.

Great Otway National Park

Rugged coastlines, stunning beaches, ancient forests, waterfalls and lakes are found in the Great Otway National Park. There are many walking and bike trails through this beautiful part of Victoria, such as the Triplet Falls Walk. The 2km loop passes 200 year old trees and treats you to spectacular views of the three distinct cascades. The spray from the waterfalls are much-welcomed on a hot summer’s day.

See the world-famous 12 Apostles

Off the shore of Port Campbell are the iconic 12 Apostles, which are limestone formations rising from the dramatic coastline. They were connected to the land millions of years ago before winds and ocean waves carved them into columns, now rising from the sea. Yet these marvellous formations aren’t infinite, as these same elements continue to erode the 12 Apostles every year.

Walk around historic Port Fairy

This pretty seaside town is one of a kind. Little economic development after the year 1900 means that Port Fairy’s older buildings, stone cottages and tree-lined streets have remained largely the same. Port Fairy is a wonderful place along the Great Ocean Road to relax and step back in time.



Six stunning world heritage sites in Australia

By Australia / Tasmania /

EVER wondered about our country’s incredible world heritage areas?

Australia is home to several world heritage sites, including pristine rainforests, marine parks, historic convict settlements and world-class architecture.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site is a place that’s culturally or physically significant to the international community, which an international committee considers as being of ‘outstanding universal value’.

Here are some of the Australia’s treasures which feature on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

    The Ningaloo Coast, Western Australia
Recently inscribed on the World Heritage List, the Ningaloo Coast includes one of the world’s longest near-shore reefs. With turquoise waters, underground caves, colourful coral and white, sandy beaches, you can swim and snorkel alongside dolphins, whale sharks, dugongs, migrating humpback whales (between June and October) and manta rays. Also visit the stunning beaches at the world heritage listed Shark Bay, Australia’s westernmost point.

Kakadu National Park, Northern Territory
Detailed cave paintings and rock carvings indicate that this unique archaeological area has been inhabited for over 40,000 years. They tell the stories of the region’s hunter-gatherers and the Aboriginals who are still living in this complex ecosystem. Covering nearly 20,000 square kilometres, Kakadu National Park is Australia’s largest terrestrial national park, comprising of estuaries, floodplains, billabongs and rock formations. More than one-third of Australia’s bird species are found here.

The Great Barrier Reef, QueenslandGreat Barrier Reef, Queensland
Once you’ve experienced the Great Barrier Reef you’ll struggle to find another underwater paradise so breathtaking. The world’s largest coral reef is also one of the seven natural wonders of the world. It’s home to hundreds of different types of coral and thousands of colourful species of fish and mollusks. Snorkel and dive in the inner and outer reefs or fly over the iconic ‘Heart Reef’, which is one of Australia’s most iconic tourist destinations.

Sydney Opera House, New South Wales
The Sydney Opera House is one of the 20th century’s great architectural works and one of the world’s most distinctive buildings, forming an integral part of the Sydney Harbour skyline. The multi-venue performing arts centre, designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon, hosts more than 1,500 performances each year. Having officially opened in 1973, getting a photograph taken in front of the Sydney Opera House is on every visitor’s must-do list.

Port Arthur, Tasmania
Port Arthur was built under British rule during the 18th and 19th centuries. It’s considered one of Australia’s 11 remnant penal sites which represent some of the best surviving examples of large-scale convict transportation during the expansion of the colonial European powers. Of the thousands of British men, women and children sent to Australia, only the hardest of criminals were sent to Port Arthur. In this open-air museum, explore Port Arthur’s history and stories through the eyes of those who were imprisoned here under brutal conditions.

Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area
The 1.3 million hectare Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area protects one of the Earth’s last great wilderness regions. Explore the turquoise waters of the world-famous Wineglass Bay, hike Cradle Mountain and cruise down the spectacular Gordon River. These lush parks and reserves are also home to steep gorges, unique flora and fauna and limestone caves containing 20,000-year-old human remains.



Six great whale watching spots in Australia

By Australia / Great Ocean Road / New South Wales / Queensland / Victoria /

AUSTRALIA’S whale watching season mostly runs during the second half of the year, but it’s always good to plan your whale watching trip in advance for next year. You can take a boat tour or spot whales from the mainland as they make their annual journey. It’s a spectacular sight of nature, one not to be missed.

Humpback and southern right whales are most commonly spotted migrating up and down Australia’s east and west coasts each year as they search for warmer waters and places to breed.

Here’s some of the best spots in Australia for whale watching.

Cape Byron, New South Wales

Australia’s most easterly point, Byron Bay, is perfect for whale watching. Volunteers at the Cape Byron Lighthouse will answer all your questions about whales before you can head to the areas beaches where you can spot breaching humpbacks.

Hervey Bay, Queensland

From mid-July to November, Harvey Bay is a wonderful spot for people on the mainland to watch whales migrating southwards. While travelling through the Great Barrier Reef region many humpbacks and their calves stop at Hervey Bay for a few days on their return trip.

Adventure Bay, Tasmania

From May to July or between September and December, you can see humpback and southern right whales travelling through the clear waters surrounding Tasmania’s Bruny Island. In Adventure Bay, on the beautiful Bruny Island, whale sightings are common during this period and some even stay in the picturesque bay for several weeks.

Great Australian Bight Marine Park, South Australia

The Great Australian Bight Marine Park is definitely one of the best locations to spot whales during migration, with nearly one-third of Australia’s southern right whales born in these waters. With incredible cliff-top views, you’ll spot these magnificent animals close to shore between May and October each year.

Cape Naturaliste, Western Australia

Relax on the beach or explore the waters of the stunning Geographe Bay. Either way, you’re bound to spot whales between September and December, when they pass through the area. Spectacular views await from the balcony of the Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, an ideal place to spot whales.

Logans Beach, Victoria

Many tourists flock to Warrnambool in the winter months with the hope of spotting whales not far from the mainland. Female whales regularly give birth around Logans Beach, where people can watch from special viewing platforms.


Best markets in Melbourne (Part II)

By Australia / Melbourne / Victoria /

SOME of Melbourne’s most famous and unique markets attract visitors from across Australia – and then there are some which are still well-kept secrets by locals. Food stalls, live entertainment, arts and craft, vintage fashion, trash and treasure – you name it, Melbourne’s market scene has it all.

In our second installment of recommendations for markets in Melbourne, take a break from the same old shopping centres and discover some of the city’s exciting weekend markets.

Camberwell Sunday Market
Shop for a good cause on a Sunday morning. Since opening in 1976, the Camberwell Sunday Market (pictured) has raised close to $9 million for several charities operating across the City of Boroondara. With around 370 outdoor stalls offering hand-crafts and second hand goods, the Camberwell Sunday Market is one of the most fascinating weekend markets in Melbourne.

St Kilda Esplanade Market
If the iconic backdrop of St Kilda Beach isn’t enough to reel you into the St Kilda Esplanade Market on a Sunday, then surely the vibrant hand-made jewellery, accessories, artwork and wood products will do it. With more than 120 unique stalls, the market is the ideal destination before your morning coffee fix.

Caribbean Gardens and Market, Scoresby
Located on the shores of the beautiful Lake Carribbean, this market is one of Victoria’s largest with more than 1,500 stalls. Buy clothing, fresh produce, plants, lollies, art and crafts, tools, toys, gifts, to name a few goods on sale. Its exciting rides and playground for kids makes it perfect for families. You can also stroll around the beautiful lake and gardens. Open Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

Rose St Artists’ Market, Fitzroy
The place to come for unique handmade goods. Suss out Melbourne’s best art and design talent each weekend at the Rose St Market. With everything from art, photography, collectables, emerging fashion designers, jewellery and accessories, you’ll lay eyes on handmade gems that you’ll never find anywhere else.

Coburg Farmers Market

Sometimes you really just need to dig out a good market from all of Melbourne’s pockets – this one at Coburg North Primary School on every second and fourth Saturday of the month which offers some of the best fresh produce on the planet. Accredited with the Victoria Farmers Market Association, some of the stallholders including Plains Paddock Lamb, Flinders Sourdough, Boisdale Best Vegies, Hazeldean Forest Farm, Inverloch Free Range Eggs, Sunny Creek Berries, Goldfields Farmhouse Cheese, and Gippsland Pasture Fed Meats.




Visit the Sydney Flower Market for a splash of colour and sweet scents

By Australia / New South Wales / Sydney /

The Sydney Flower Market in Flemington is without a doubt one of the most colourful markets you’ll come across in Sydney, perhaps even Australia. Get out of bed at the crack of dawn and make your way to Flemington to make sure you don’t miss out on the market’s beautiful colours and the sweet, flowery scents that fill the air.

Address: 250-318 Parramatta Rd, Flemington

Trading hours: Open Monday to Saturday, 5am – 11am but most stores start closing around 10am

About the market: The Sydney Flower Market is Australia’s largest market for fresh cut flowers. While the market supplies flowers to florists across the city, it’s also open to the general public. The Sydney Flower Market has been a part of the city since the First Fleet arrived in the 18th century and today the market is home to around 170 stalls selling pretty flowers of every colour imaginable.

The flowers sold here come from growers from all over the state. New South Wales has a wide range of climates, meaning you’ll be able to find all your favourite flower species plus flowers you probably didn’t even know existed. The main growing areas are around the central coast, with growers travelling up to three hours each morning to bring you Australian grown, high quality, fresh cut flowers.

You’ll be able to find all the different varieties of flowers you would find in a florist shop, but for a fraction of the price! The Sydney Flower Market has a lively atmosphere and is a wonderful place to wander around in the morning, but why stroll without the intention of buying when there are so many beautiful flowers available for only a few dollars? Choose from an incredible range of species, including rows upon rows of beautiful peonies, carnations, blue delphiniums, gerberas, lilies, orchids, roses and many other native Australian flowers. The Sydney Flower Market really is a sight for sore eyes, lit up with every colour from vibrant blues, pinks, yellows and reds. Simply amazing.

Hints: Get there early, especially if you’re visiting the flower market on a Friday as that’s when most florists stock up for Saturday, their busiest day.


10 fun things to do in Melbourne this summer

By Australia / Melbourne / Victoria /

MELBOURNE is one of the world’s most liveable cities. Some say THE world’s most liveable city. So, where to go in Melbourne? There’s an endless list of places to go in Melbourne, with exciting things to see and experience at any time of day.

Here are 10 fun things to do in Melbourne recommended by the DriveNow team.

1. Climb the 1000 Steps, Mt Dandenong

Experience a fraction of the exhaustion felt by Australian soldiers following the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea in WWII. Appreciate the surrounding tree ferns, manna gum trees and plaques in memory of the soldiers who lost their lives on the trail.

2. Block Arcade for high tea, CBD

The Block Arcade’s stunning 19th century architecture is a sight for sore eyes, while the delicious treats at the Hopetoun Tea Rooms inside the Arcade are scrumptious delights for hungry tummies!

3. Visit the Vic Market, CBD

The lively and colourful Queen Victoria Market has existed for more than a century. Open every day of the week except Monday and Wednesday, shop for everything from clothing, souvenirs and cosmetics to fruit and vegetables.

4. Get up close with animals at Werribee Open Range Zoo

One of Melbourne’s most exciting places to go, the Werribee Zoo is home to zebras, lions, giraffes, rhinos and kangaroos. Experience your very own African adventure with an Off Road Safari, taking you closer to these magnificent animals.

5. Watch a movie in the moonlight, St Kilda

Ben & Jerry’s Openair Cinemas is the place to be from dusk in summer. Located on the South Beach Reserve next to the St Kilda Sea Baths, watch the latest movies or the good old classics. Bring your own food and blankets or hire a comfy beanbag.

6. Go ice skating, Docklands

You can still escape to a winter wonderland in a city with no snow. The whole family will enjoy ice skating. Saturday nights is Glow Night, where you skate around to some of the best dance tunes while wearing white and glowing in the dark.

7. Check out world-class graffiti art, CBD

Take some time to experience Melbourne’s vibrant urban culture. Unique, colourful stencils and murals line Melbounre’s alleyways, with some of the most popular art located in Hosier and Rutledge Lane (opposite Federation Square) and Union Lane (off Bourke Street Mall).

8. Grab some pizza or gelati, Carlton

Experience a taste of Italy by with a mouthwatering pizza from the first pizzeria established in Australia, Toto’s Pizza House. If you feel like some desert, enjoy ice cream from a nearby gelateria while walking along Melbourne’s famous Lygon St.

9. Cycle the Main Yarra Trail, northeast Melbourne

The scenic riverside path follows the Yarra River, running from Melbourne’s northeast suburbs to the CBD. Relax as you follow the windy path, which is touted as one of Melbourne’s best bike rides.

10. Shop until you drop, inner Melbourne

Melbourne is famously labelled Australia’s fashion capital. Explore the quirky shops along Brunswick St, grab a bargain at one of the several factory outlets in Smith St, find stunning clothes for upcoming events in Chapel St or Bridge Rd.



Top 7 things to do in Canberra

By Australia / Australian Capital Territory / Canberra /

WHAT to do in Canberra? It’s a question visitors ask regularly. Australia’s capital city has several exciting things to do and landmarks to see. Many attractions in Canberra that will undoubtedly blow you away.

Here’s seven things to do in Canberra.

1. Visit Parliament House

When you’re visiting the nation’s capital city, visiting Parliament House is a must. Explore the public galleries and watch politicians debate at question time. If you’re there at the right time, you might even see the House of Representatives or the Senate pass an historic law!

2. Take a tour of the Royal Australian Mint

Since opening in 1965, the Royal Australian Mint has produced over 15 billion circulating coins. Find out more fun facts with a tour of the Mint, where you’ll observe coins being produced, learn about historically significant coins and marvel at the National Coin Collection. 

3. Discover history at the Australian War Memorial

The Australian War Memorial is the leading archive and centre for research into the history of Australia’s involvement in war. While here, remember the service and sacrifice of Australians during wartime and learn about the people and events that shaped Australia.

4. Walk along ANZAC Parade

A moving and visually powerful walk, with a red gravel strip in the centre with dark eucalypt ‘walls’. Start at the Australian War Memorial, which sits at the top end of the parade as you begin your walk, exploring monuments along the way.

5. Go bushwalking in the Namadgi National Park

The majestic Namadgi National Park is rich with Aboriginal History, making up around 46 percent of the ACT’s land area. Explore this scenic park’s peaks above 1700m on foot, with opportunities to see wild kangaroos, wallabies and emus. Try the popular Booroomba Rocks walking trail, which treats you to amazing views of the Australian Alps at the summit.

6. Test your science knowledge at Questacon

Learn about science and technology at Questacon, the National Science and Technology Centre – best of all, it isn’t boring! With over 200 interactive exhibits to explore, you can also free-fall down a six metre slide and experience an earthquake. There’s also a gallery for kids under 6.

7. See inside the National Arboretum

One of Canberra’s most popular new attractions, the National Arboretum, isn’t only beautiful. Important research and conservation work is undertaken here. The Arboretum’s collection of trees spans 250 hectares, with the hilltop estate offering wonderful views across Canberra. Learn about how the Arboretum is helping protect tree species and generating new research on how trees grow and adapt.


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5 short road trips from Sydney

By Australia / New South Wales / Sydney /

LIFE in the fast lane in Sydney can be extremely busy and at times stressful, so we could all do with a weekend getaway from time to time. Are you in need of an escape, a perfect weekend trip that’s just a short hope, skip and a jump from Sydney?

Maybe one of these Sydney weekend getaway ideas is your answer.

1. Blue Mountains National Park

A two-hour drive from Sydney’s CBD, the Blue Mountains is beautiful at any time of year. Go bushwalking, marvel at the iconic Three Sisters, chill out at Wentworth Falls (pictured), explore the underground rivers and stunning limestone formations in the Jenolan Caves or wander through Mt Wilson’s colourful exotic gardens.

2. Jervis Bay

Just under three hours south of Sydney, Jervis Bay is your classic cliche of “hidden treasure” written all over it. Escape from the hustle and bustle of the city for a few days with a weekend trip to Jervis bay and relax at one of the area’s many beautiful beaches. A favourite with travellers is Hyams Beach, which is famous for having the whitest sand in the world.

3. The Hunter Valley

Only two and a half hours north west of the capital, visitors from across the world travel to the Hunter Valley to visit some of Australia’s exquisite wineries, sample gourmet food and marvel and the areas rolling green hills. Wineries started popping up here in 1820, and since then many famous labels started here, including Wyndham Estate, Tyrrell’s and Lindeman’s.

4. Berrima, Southern Highlands

Take some time out at the charming village of Berrima in the Southern Highlands, only an hour and a half southwest of Sydney. Established during the 1830s, you can still see historic buildings such as the Courthouse. Take a peaceful stroll along the river or relax at quaint cafes during the weekend. The romantic town is widely recognised as the best preserved Georgian village in Australia.

5. Terrigal

Drive for one and a half hours north of Sydney and you’ll come across Terrigal, a seaside town offering beautiful coastline views, a lively café culture and plenty of activities. A weekend trip from Sydney gives you enough time to go surfing, walk along the esplanade, dive into pristine ocean and explore the wreck of the Ex-HMAS Adelaide and spend a peaceful afternoon fishing.



Top museums in Melbourne

By Australia / Melbourne / Victoria /

MELBOURNE’S museums offer you the chance to see, feel and touch what you would otherwise only read about in books or watch on television. Melbourne is home to many unique museums, giving you the opportunity to see famous art up close.

Many museums host permanent collections but there’s always something new and exciting to see with new exhibitions always coming to Melbourne.

Pencil in a date to explore history, culture and science at some of these top museums in Melbourne.

Melbourne Museum

No childhood is complete without a memorable experience to the award-winning Melbourne Museum. See Australia’s most famous racehorse Phar Lap, marvel at the complete skeleton of a blue whale, step inside a living rainforest. For an extraordinary experience, watch a 3D documentary on the IMAX Theatre’s eight storey high screen.

Jewish Holocaust Museum

Dedicated to the memory of the six million Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis between 1933-1945, this museum in Melbourne’s southeast aims to combat anti-Semitism, racism and prejudice. Holocaust survivors take you on a tour through the museum, sharing their personal stories of hardship and survival.

National Gallery of Victoria

The Gallery’s permanent collection contains over 68,000 works of art, including Australian, European, Indigenous and Asian paintings, sculptures and antiquities. With exciting new exhibitions always coming and going, always keep a close eye on the NGV’s website to see what’s currently on show.

Chinese Museum

Located in the heart of Chinatown, the Chinese Museum documents the history, art and culture of Australia’s Chinese community. Highlights include heritage tours, public seminars, the re-creation of a goldfield mine and displays about early Chinese industries such as furniture making. It’s also home to the world’s largest dragon, the Millennium Dragon.


Scienceworks makes science fun! A hands-on experience with live demonstrations, interactive activities and guided tours about science and technology. Don’t miss the much-loved Planetarium shows – the 16m domed ceiling, stereo surround sound system and reclining seats allow you to marvel at the stars at any time of day.



7 top spots for a sunrise or sunset in Sydney

By Australia / New South Wales / Sydney /

WHETHER you’re looking for stunning views of the city’s skyline, gardens or surrounding water, there are many places around Sydney where you can admire an incredible sunrise or sunset.

Here are some of the best spots for a spectacular sunrise or sunset in Sydney. 

1. Sydney Tower Eye

Sydney’s tallest building is the first place in the city to witness dawn and the last to see dusk. From the viewing platform you’ll enjoy 360-degree views of Australia’s largest city, including Sydney’s beaches, harbour and the Blue Mountains in the distance.

2. On the harbour

You don’t know what you’re missing until you’ve experienced sunrise or sunset on the water! Take a ferry or boat cruise in the evening or first thing in the morning on Sydney Harbour. Marvel as the sky changes colour and the sun’s rays bounce off the water.

3. Hornby Lighthouse, Watson’s Bay

Watch the sunrise and sunset from arguably one of Sydney’s most breathtaking coastal views, the Hornby Lighthouse. From the iconic red and white striped lighthouse, appreciate the evening sky’s extraordinary colours as they sweep across the sky above the Pacific Ocean.

4. Fairy Bower Rock Pool, Manly

An enchanting, dreamlike view when the sky’s blue, red and golden tones blend above you while walking along the Marine Parade. Admire the sky from the gorgeous Fairy Bower Rock Pool. Along its rock edge you’re also treated to the silhouette of ‘The Oceanides’ sculptures, which face the sea.

5. The Glenmore Rooftop Hotel

With sweeping 180-degree views of Sydney’s harbour and spectacular skyline, the Glenmore Rooftop Hotel in The Rocks is the perfect place to be when you just want to sit back, relax with some wine and enjoy the sunset.

6. The Gap

Golden rays break through the clouds and shine upon The Gap’s spectacular rocky cliffs in the early hours of the morning as the city wakes up. There are also some amazing views of Sydney Harbour and the magnificent city skyline.

7. Royal Botanic Gardens

A tranquil experience in the heart of the city, surrounded by a beautiful lake, Sydney Harbour, rose garden and themed garden areas. Escape to your own world at one of the several spots around the gardens as you take in Sydney’s sunset.



7 places to watch a sunrise or sunset in Melbourne

By Australia / Melbourne /

WATCHING a sunrise and a sunset in Melbourne is spectacular at any time of year. There are many vantage points including some relatively unknown places where you can admire such beautiful and unforgettable scenery.

Here are seven places to warm the cockles of your heart around the city where you can take in the best views of Melbourne’s sunrises or sunsets.

  1. Eureka Skydeck

Watch Melbourne’s incredible sunrise or sunset from the sky! The southern hemisphere’s highest viewing platform offers 360 degree views of Melbourne’s CBD, Port Phillip Bay and Sports Precinct. For a thrill, head the ‘The Edge’ on level 88 – a projecting glass cube suspended 300 metres above the ground.

  1. St Kilda Pier

Watch amazing shades of orange, yellow, pink and blue reflect off Port Phillip Bay’s calm waters. The view from St Kilda Pier is simply mesmerizing. Hang your legs over the pier, feel the cool breeze and gaze at the horizon as the day’s light slowly fades away.

  1. Sky High, Mt Dandenong

While it’s perched on Mount Dandenong and may be slightly out of Melbourne, Sky High’s views of the bustling city are nothing short of spectacular. Watch over Melbourne as lights start sparkling amongst a colourful sky at sunset, or observe the city waking up at sunrise.

  1. Half Moon Bay, Black Rock

Locals boast about this lovely spot along Port Phillip Bay. Watch the sun’s golden rays hit Half Moon Bay’s cliffs. You’ll notice a silhouette of the world’s last surviving monitor warship, the HMVS Cerberus, siting in the bay, as the sun rises behind it.

  1. Swan St Bridge

A wonderful point to peacefully admire Melbourne’s skyline at sunrise on the weekend while most of the city is still sleeping. Watch over the Yarra River, with the Queen Victoria Gardens to your left, as the day begins.

  1. Shrine of Remembrance

As the sun rises and goes down, we will remember them. Watching the sun rising over a magnificent building dedicated to the brave soldiers who died fighting for our country is moving. It’s an unforgettable sight that touches everybody’s heart.

  1. Olivigna Restaurant, Warrandyte

Experience a country sunset. Tucked away in Melbourne’s northeast, in the leafy suburb of Warrandyte, is the Italian-style winery and restaurant Olivigna. End your day sipping on some wine with the sun casting it’s golden light on the surrounding 20 acres of green, rolling hills.