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Alireza Noori is a trilingual software developer, music, animal and nature lover. On a journey of exploring what this beautiful world has to offer. Rames is American Samoa at heart and Asia at look. He loves sleeping and just being lazy. In t
Phoebe Thompson (They/Them) is a queer, nonbinary curator, artist, and poet living on unceded Boon Wurrung land. Their multi-disciplinary practice is concerned with sustainability, personal identity, and the built and existing environment, whil
Walk 3: Complete with Aspidistra Start: City Library, 253 Flinders Lane. Finish: City Square, Corner of Swanston Street and Flinders Lane. Follow map here: bit.ly/adriftinmelbourne
Walk 2: Off the Grid Start: Corner Elizabeth Street and Victoria Street. Finish: Corner Elizabeth Street and Therry Street. Follow map here: https://bit.ly/adriftinmelbourne
Walk 1: More by Land than Water Start: Shop 5, 240 Little Collins Street (Cr Royal Lane) Finish: Royal Arcade Follow map here: https://bit.ly/adriftinmelbourne Please note: the first stop for Walk 1: More by Land than Water, the Express Book
Elvis Martin (He/Him) is a social justice advocate who has managed to overcome very difficult circumstances and inspire many with his advocacy for social justice. The recipient of awards such as National young Community Achiever of the year. El
Rediscover Melbourne as we innovate and evolve, see secret spaces under lockdown and meet community champions in the latest edition of Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been recorded by Vision Australia on behalf of the City of Melb
Find out how we’ve helped 1200 local businesses innovate with grants, meet the owner of Carlton’s Milk the Cow fromagerie, and hear some top tips for winter wellbeing in the latest edition of Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been rec
Find out how to help stop the spread of COVID-19, how we’re supporting local businesses, and ways to enjoy Melbourne from home in the latest edition of Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been recorded by Vision Australia on behalf of
Meet the tobacco-free crusader named Melburnian of the Year and discover five powerful actions you can take against climate change in the latest edition of Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been recorded by Vision Australia on behal
Discover seven top tips to reduce your waste, and be inspired by zero-waste living expert Erin Rhoads in the latest edition of Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been recorded by Vision Australia on behalf of the City of Melbourne in
Peggy Frew, author and musician, reveals her Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
Melanie Cheng, author and GP, reveals her Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
Ellen van Neerven, writer of poetry and fiction, reveals their Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
Santilla Chingaipe, journalist and filmmaker, reveals her Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
David Astle, crossword maker, broadcaster and author of Rewording the Brain, reveals his Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
Carly Findlay, appearance activist, speaker and author of Say Hello, reveals her Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
Find out about city transport, winter well-being and Southbank's new communal garden in the latest edition of Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been recorded by Vision Australia on behalf of the City of Melbourne in the interests of i
Nevo Zisin, non binary activist, public speaker and author of Finding Nevo, reveals their Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
Sophie Cunningham, author of Melbourne, Geography and City of Trees, reveals her Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
Virginia Trioli, Walkley Award winning journalist and anchor of ABC TV's News Breakfast, reveals her Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason. This podcast was recorded in front of a live audience in November 2
Learn how to grow a wildlife garden on your balcony, and find out what's in store at YIRRAMBOI First Nations Festival and Moomba in the latest edition of the City of Melbourne’s Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been recorded by Vis
Summer is here and it isn't only hot on the streets...it's hot in between the pages as well! Bern and Louise discuss erotic tales, from fiction to nonfiction and the compilations in between. Can you handle the heat? Bern's Books: Little Birds
Learn how to shop mindfully, help protect our waterways and take an urban safari in our parks this summer in the latest edition of the City of Melbourne’s Melbourne magazine. This audio magazine has been recorded by Vision Australia on behalf
Claire Hooper, comedian and co-host of The Great Australian Bake Off, reveals her Desert Island Books in conversation with librarian and host, Natalie Mason.
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