Aussie, Aussie, Aussie; 3 key ingredients to make your Australia Day one to remember January 19 2016
We have got your Australia Day covered. Here are our picks for the best foods, venues and outfits.
We are so very lucky to have some of the world’s best designers right at our doorstep.
Zimmerman are always an Aussie fave. A pair of bikinis and a floral maxi is the perfect ensemble for a day at the beach.
Scanlan Theodore have simplicity down pat. Their cuts are second to none. They have endless gorgeous options for every season. Summer is always a winner with their floral print silk camis.
No outfit is complete without accessories! Edenborough Evans’ summer Hani Collection completes the look. Throw on some easy-to-wear brightly coloured personalised bracelets and shell-inspired necklaces to achieve the ultimate summer style.
Be sure to check the forecast! Our idyllic Australia Day locations are:
The beach: A local beach so it’s not a hassle for everyone to transport food and drink to and fro.
The backyard: Picnic rugs, paper plates and cups. Perfect for the kids.
Beach Bar: Why not get in early and get a big table to enjoy the day over a few Gin and tonics!?
Stick to the classics when it comes to food for Australia Day.
Aussie BBQ: Throwing some snags and prawns on the barbie. Could life get much better than having a belly full of charred classics? Add some spice to your barbeque by paying a visit to one of our favourite spice shops, Gewerzhaus in Hawksburn Villiage. The “Australian Bush Herbs” will add oomph to your cookup.
The Lamington: The lamington is over 100 years old. It was created by accident by a maid to the Governor of Queensland, Lord Lamington. The maid dropped Lord Lamington’s cake into melted chocolate and to avoid sticky fingers it was then dipped into coconut. It stuck, quite literally!
The Pavlova: A classic Australia Day must!
-Replace half of the white sugar with brown sugar to for the ultimate scrumptious chewy pav.
-Replace cream with yoghurt for more of guilt-free option.