To shop

To Shop - Made 590

Tucked away in the eclectic streets of Newtown, Sydney, is a gorgeous little treasure filled store Made 590. Every inch of this bright store is piled high with fun and engaging homewares, toys, clothes and trinkets. It's very hard entering Made 590 and leaving again empty handed...

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16 May 2014 to shopwild things
To see and do

To See & Do - 'Falling Back to Earth'

'Falling back to earth' is an incredible new exhibition from world renowned artist Cai Guo-Qiang now showing at Brisbane's GOMA. Cai Guo-Qiang's large-scale installations and explosion events have made him one of the most innovative figures in contemporary art and during his career he has held exhibitions at some of the worlds most prestigious art institutions. This is the artist's first solo show in Australia making this a truly must see event. The exhibition runs through till the 11th May 2014. You can find out more about the exhibition on GOMA's website.

To eat

To Eat - El Bosc de les Fades

Hidden down a quiet little alley just off Las Ramblas in Barcelona is El Bosc de les Fades, an enchanted forest cafe that offers a truly unique dining experience. If you're lucky enough to find the carved wooden sign that leads to a set of heavy wooden doors, you will be transported to a mystical world inhabited by strange trees, fairy lights unexpected creatures...

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07 Dec 2013 to eatfairies
To shop

To Shop - The Fairy Shop

Wandering through the front door of The Fairy Shop in Auckland is like venturing into an enchanted land at the bottom of your garden. Filled to the brim with an amazing array of magical frocks, floral crowns, glittery wands, a delightful cafe piled high with fairy cakes as well as a grotto for fairy tea parties, this store has everything a tiny fairy hopeful could ever dream of...

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To see and do

To Do - Nishi Rokugo Park

The homemade tree swing has been about as exciting as it gets when it comes to rubber tyres. Until now… This extraordinary children’s park in Tokyo contains a whopping 3,000 old vehicle tyres cleverly constructed into fabulous bridges, tunnels, mountains, slippery slides, a gigantic Godzilla dragon and our favourite, the towering rubber robot....

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