5 items tagged "auburn"

  • Auburn's Friendship Garden

    Tucked away behind the Auburn Centre for Community, something big is happening.  On what used to be an old bowling green, slowly but surely, an edible forest is starting to come to life. It’s called the Friendship Garden and its giving locals not only an opportunity to learn and practice gardening, but it has become an invaluable social tool.

  • Berala's Buddhist Vegetarian Food Festival

    Today I feel blessed as my family and I joined the local Buddhist community in a celebration of vegetarian food. The local Lingyen Mountain Temple of Berala hosted the event at our local park following the official opening of its new Guan Yin Pusa Shrine. Attendees made the short pilgrimage from the shrine at the Lingyen Mountain Temple to Coleman Park and the celebrations began

  • Dougie's Grill

    Lately there have been some new burger joints popping up across western Sydney. They are part of the ever expanding Dougie’s Grill franchise, but don’t think that this is your typical takeaway burger place. The burgers at Dougie’s Grill are all grilled to order, inspired by Middle Eastern flavours and all meat is hand slaughtered halal, filling several gaps in the burger market. Oh, and by the way, in 2012 they were put on the list of top 10 burgers in Sydney by the Daily Telepgraph!

  • Oliver Brown Belgium Chocolate Cafe

    Last week, we were lucky enough to be invited to Oliver Brownto sample some items from their menu. We took Mr 10 along with us to fulfil every child’s dream of chocolate for dinner. We visited the Auburn café, but this Western Sydney based business also has a whopping 28 other cafes in Sydney so you are sure to find one near you and we suggest you visit it ASAP.

  • The Flavours of Auburn Food Tour

    This weekend I went on a two hour walking tour run by Auburn Council to visit some of Auburn’s hidden food gems. As a local, I felt a little weird about going on a tour in my own neighbourhood. But from the moment we reached our first destination, I was learning so much about the cultural traditions behind the food and the stories of the business owners making and selling it. It really gave me a new sense of respect for Auburn's diverse and authentic food culture.