P’Nut Street Noodles now open in Windsor

The new P’Nut Street Noodles in Windsor is the perfect place to cure you’re cravings for hot and delicious street style food. Think fresh ingredients and fast paced cooking with lingering aromas reminiscent of Asian street vendors. Inspiration comes to head chef Nut Kulnert from his grandmother’s street stall in Thailand where as a small…

Seasonal Flavours Winter Edition this weekend

We love early market days in the winter when the line for coffee and croissants are a little competitive, cute Insta worthy dogs are sporting puffy jackets and the boyfriend keeps you ultra warm with cuddles. Next up for us is the Milton Farmers Markets who are holding their Seasonal Flavours Winter Edition this Sunday.…

It’s bring your pet to work day 🐶!! Woohoo!!

Did you know this Friday 22 June is the best day to celebrate your furry friend in the workplace? We know some Brissie offices have this day everrryyy day of the year – lucky ducks 🦆 😉. But if you’re like us you might want to check with the manager and show off your gorgeous…

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and a rumoured sequel

The fifth franchise in the Jurassic Park movie series continues with the same volcanic excitement and edge of your seat thrills. Dinosaurs run riot and our heroes gear up for extraordinary stunts to save the day against some new baddies on the scene. Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is set three years after the timeline from…

Carmen & The Firebird by our local Queensland Ballet

It’s a tradition for young families, mother and daughter, couples and friends to dress in your best diamonds, topaz and put on a beautiful frilled dress to watch Queensland Ballet’s breathtaking season. From May to June Queensland Ballet brought a stellar double bill Carmen & The Firebird. The double performance opened with a breathtaking dancer…

Avengers: Infinity War will rock your world

Avengers Infinity War brings together a dramatic climax to over ten years of Marvel hero movies, where all the characters come together to fight for the survival of the universe. This is Iron Man, Captain America, the Hulk, Thor, Spiderman, Black Panther, Doctor Strange and Guardians of the Galaxy all rolled into one universally superstar…

The big data challenge and how to ‘waste’ it

As Brissie influencers we scroll through insta 24/7 and it’s easy to see that ‘warning data running low’ message well before the end of our month. That’s why I upgraded to a ducking awesome 24Gb of data with the new dodo plan. I quickly made the mistake of bragging to our mates and got hit…

Queensland Museum events this April

Take the kids to the Queensland Museum this month with three great events. Museum Detective Children aged 7–12 years are invited to put on their favourite detective caps with Museum Detective. The kids can investigate some cool objects in the lab using cameras, UV light, magnifiers and x-rays to reveal hidden clues. The event has…

La Bayadère with Queensland Ballet

Queensland Ballet, West Australian Ballet and Royal Winnipeg Ballet co-present a captivating love story La Bayadère. Set in the 19th century British Raj, Solor (son of the Maharajah of Cooch Behar) believes he has it all with a stunning kingdom and a beautiful temple dancer, Nikiya, whom he just pledged his love to. However his…

A Wrinkle in Time

Let Disney’s newest film A Wrinkle in Time take you on a fascinating voyage to discover new worlds where there is hope for eternal love. A Wrinkle in Time is directed by Ava DuVernay and is centred around the imaginary 1962 classic children’s tale from author Madeleine L’Engle’s book. The science fantasy film entails the…

Patricia Piccinini’s Curious Affection at GOMA

Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection is GOMAs largest exhibition to be dedicated to an Australian artist.Currently taking up the entire ground floor, the exhibition includes Piccinini’s incredible, startling sculptures alongside photography, video and installation. A highlight of the show is a complete built environment and a giant inflatable commissioned specifically for the exhibition. Piccinini gained international…

Gauguin – Voyage de Tahiti

Directed by Edourd Deluc, Gauguin is a biopic dramatisation of the life of one of the world’s most influential post-impressionist painters, Paul Gauguin. Filmed on location and intense with colour, the film explores the painter’s tumultuous life during his first trip to French Polynesia and the conditions when some of his early works were created.…

Back to Burgundy – Ce qui nous lie

Directed by Cedric Klapisch, Back to Burgundy is a drama set in the rolling hills of one of the most celebrated wine making districts in France. In an evocative, slow transitioning of the seasons the film explores the lives of siblings Jean (Pio Marmai), Juliette (Ana Girardot) and Jeremie (Francois Civil) over one year. The…