Food is a key feature of Sydney's Royal Easter Show, however one vendor's experiment this year with a tried-and-true recipe has a few patrons feeling a little cross.
The 2000s were a golden era for live music in Australia, and Jack Utsick was helping to fund it through a massive Ponzi scheme.
NSW music festival operators have criticised the new strict licencing scheme, saying it stifles the music industry and that festival-goers should be free to take their own risks.
"High-risk" music festivals will be subject to tough new licensing rules in NSW from Friday, but organisers say there is still little detail about the regulations and consultation with Government has been "vague as you could possibly imagine".
The southern Queensland town of Chinchilla is known as the 'melon capital' of the world but challenging times in the industry have forced farmers out.
Authorities warn concert-goers to be even more cautious of tickets purchased online, as a Perth scammer pleads guilty to fleecing victims out of thousands of dollars with counterfeit tickets.
This year's Grow Your Own music festival in the NSW sister towns of Forster-Tuncurry shows off the best of regional Australia, fusing music, food, art, and film into one 'beast' of an event for young festival-goers.
A giant inflatable sculpture in Launceston's Cataract Gorge signals the start of the Mona Foma arts festival, but may also be a sign things are looking up for tourism in northern Tasmania.
A day after a simultaneous burnout at Canberra's Summernats broke a world record, car fanatics gear up for a chance to gain a more personal honour — and the Burnout Masters competition involves a surprisingly long list of technicalities.
Festival organisers struggle to deal with the tonnes of waste generated by fans, with single-use plastic one of the biggest issues.