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Food & Wine in Australia

Emu Bay, Kangaroo Island.

South Australia

Treasure island

Kangaroo Island's food and wine is coming along in heaps and bounds, writes Julietta Jameson.

Western Australia

Swanning it out west

swan valley

Perth's Swan Valley is a glorious getaway for foodies, families and fine wine lovers, writes Kerry van der Jagt.

ACT

Capital cocktails

Canberra, trendy? Tim Richards will drink to that.

NSW

Southern comforts

Andrew Taylor Andrew Taylor gets a taste of the good life down the south coast of NSW.

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ACT

Zesty flavours, sleek spaces

Authentic ... Italian & Sons delivers in cool surrounds.

At every level of dining, there are delights to discover, writes Julietta Jameson.

Queensland

The beautiful home of Australia's most atrocious wine

Kuranda

Megan Levy Megan Levy needs to relax with a glass of red after a busy trip to the tropical north, even if the wine is "Australia's most atrocious".

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Photo galleries

Photos

The hottest bars in the coolest neighbourhoods

Limes Hotel roof bar.

Around Australia's cities, take a look at the hottest bars to enjoy a drink in the coolest neighbourhoods.

Sydney's wine bar revolution

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Photos: Sydney is now giving Melbourne stiff competition in cool drinking establishments.

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Map of Australia

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