This week in Wellness Watch we’re embarking on a healthy tour of Darwin and embracing the change of seasons at the Sydney Winter Festival.
[divider]Sydney, New South Wales[/divider]
A trip to the snow not on the cards? Embrace the beauty of winter and get a little bit of gentle exercise at the same time, without leaving the city at the Sydney Winter Festival. Happening in Darling Harbour from 13 June to 13 July, the Winter Festival features an ice-skating rink, a snow slide, après ski lounge, evening entertainment and even a Winter Village Market with delicious wintery food and drinks. What better way to say a big hello to winter than with a cup of tea and an ice skate?
[divider]Darwin, Northern Territory[/divider]
A healthy guide to Darwin
Darwin is home to some wonderful options for fresh and local produce. Try the Rapid Creek Village Markets open Friday nights and Sundays for fresh organic produce, herbs, and freshly caught seafood. There’s also a fresh flowers and a range of crafts and artisan products available from local stallholders.
Greenie’s Real Food is a one-stop organic food shop. Packed with health foods, organic and grass-fed meats, natural beauty products, health books and even pre-packed fruit and veggie boxes, Greenie’s has everything under one roof to make your stay a Darwin a healthy one!
Want to get your om on? Pop in for a yoga class at Darwin Yoga Space a lovely studio with a range of class options to suit everyone from beginners to advanced students.
Feeling peckish? Head to Eat At Martin’s a vegetarian cafe with great gluten-free and vegan options prepared with local and organic produce. Fresh juices, gluten free-treats and veggie curries are all on the menu. Our pick? The quinoa, coconut milk porridge with spiced pear and walnuts. Yum! →