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  • lost magazine | daylesford & surroundsnovember 2011 | volume 11 issue 112

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  • Celebrate Budburst Wine & Food Festival at Glenlyon, one of Daylesfords Wine Villages.Sat 12th & Sun 13th November 11am-5pm Gourmet tasting plates and cheeses. For the sweet tooth some home-made treats.

    www.budburst.com.au

    available at selected restaurants, liquor stores, or direct from the vineyard

    1225 Malmsbury Rd Glenlyon | t: 5348 7908

    NebbioloProseccoPinot Grigio

  • contentsNOTHING BASIC about coffee 2GIDDY UP in Kyneton 4BREAKING GLASS at the NY Met Opera 8PAPARAZZI packs lens 10MASTERCHEF comes to Hepburn town 12COOL COUNTRY classically Trentham 14BURSTING BUDS all of the Macedon Ranges 18JAZZY CRESWICK spring gardens 20BUSKING BLUES in Elphinstone 22DAYLESFORD SHOW goats, ponies, udders & all 24DAYLESFORD WINE VILLAGES celebrate Budburst 28DAVID BROMLEY moving on & upward 34WORLD RECORD ATTEMPT for fairy frivolity in kyneton 42NOW TRADING Topham end of town 44BANDS BATTLE IT OUT in castlemaine 46

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    cover: coffee roasting Coffee Basics, Castlemaine

  • lost - the guide to where to find it is an independent monthly magazine circulating throughout Daylesford, Hepburn Springs, Trentham, Castlemaine, Woodend, Kyneton, Creswick, Clunes & surrounds.

    Publishers: lost publishingDesign / Photography: Stefan OverzierEditor / Sub Editor: Danni Petkovic / Kathy Douglas Contributor: Jodie Fergusson-Batte Printer: Sovereign Press (Ballarat)

    lost contactlost HQ: PO Box 1008, Daylesford, 3460

    WRITING, EDITING & DESIGN 0425 763 864 / 0439 560 706

    info@lostmagazine.com.au lostmagazine.com.au

    DEADLINE FOR NEXT ISSUE: November 15, 2011

    ABN 42 869 766 339 Material herein constitutes information not advice.

    Basically its Coffee NirvanaIn Castlemaine THIS month, weve gone extreme! Weve gone straight to the source, well as good as Coffee Basics (1 Halford St, Castlemaine) not only share our love for coffee, they took it a step further and started roasting the blessed bean! Yay for them (and us) Freshly (micro) roasted delicious coffee beans on our doorstep And they know their stuff hows this: Did you know when coffee is roasted it pops just like popcorn? AND that coffee is the second largest legal commodity traded on the world market after oil? AND that Arabica beans have approximately 11.5mg caffeine per 8 gram shot compared to a can of coke at 46mg! Basically, theres nothing basic about Coffee Basics. Drop in for a shot/cup/bag of fresh roasted heaven. Mmmmm. Oh, and that is their stunning roasting machine gracing this months cover.

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  • Portal 108 proudly presents

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    Piper Street Picks the pick of picnic packersWANT to create a luxurious lunch for the upcoming party and picnic season? Be the envy of every lawn luncher as you lay out your spread - once youve learnt the Piper Street Food Co. (89b Piper St, Kyneton) 101 of the perfect picnic basket. The Spring class is on Saturday, November 5, from 10.30am-1pm. On the agenda are techniques and skills for pastry, tarts, quiches, parfait, mayonnaise, herb sauces, chocolate clairs and Spring Spritzers YUM!Best of all lunch is included, so after youve watched and learnt from the master youll get to partake in the feast before taking away your recipes to try at home. Cost is $120 per person. And for the secret to that mayo hello worth every cent! Book now at: piperstfoodco.com Or for more information call: 5422 3553.

    Its Spring Carnival! Giddy Up!!We heart the Horsies,

    SPRING Carnival is upon us. Its that special time of year when you stride confidently to the TAB and put a dollar each way on race 4 number 12 or something like that. Whatever. The races are actually all about the frocks, the champers, the fascinators and remembering to pack a pair of ballet flats for later, when your feet are crippled by blisters. So with that in mind lock the 2011 NMIT Kyneton Cup into your race meet diary. Held smack bang between Melbourne Cup Day and Oaks Day, (Wednesday, November 2), the $100,000 Kyneton Cup is run at one of Australias most picturesque country racecourses, NMIT Kyneton Park. Dont waste a day of that spray tan. Adult tickets are just $25 at the gate. Oh, apparently therell be some horseracing too. More info kyneton.countryracing.com.au

  • Purveyors of the finest handcrafts from all corners of the globe, we proudly bring you the rare and exotic, the unusual and remarkable. Specialising in highly-prized textiles, horn jewellery, fine silver and other exquisite totems & collectibles to beautify your home and your life.

    tophamtrading.com.au | 39a Albert StDaylesford Ph: 03 5348 3164Monday to Sunday 10am - 5pm

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    Hepburn Springsminerals, massage & village life

    Nestled in forested foothills, Hepburn Springs has lured visitors to its abundance of natural mineral spring water for generations. Little has changed, bring bottles and tap your own at the source, or sample local sparkling of the grape variety at one of Hepburn Springs fine restaurants.

    whereHepburn Regional Park wraps around Hepburn and Hepburn Springs. Gullies and ridges, hills and creeks make for scenic country drives, good hiking and private and spectacular accommodation.

    whatWander forest trails, indulge in heavenly spa treatments, see live music, shop for quirky treasures, dine in style and sleep in boutique accommodation, all in one day or take your time and unwind over a week.

    howHepburn is a leisurely 5 minute drive from Daylesford, a bit over an hour from Melbourne and about 25 hours from Paris + transfers from Tullamarine.

  • The hub of GlenlyonOpen Seven DayS

    8am-6pm Mon-Sat 9am-6pm SunBrekkie, Lunch, Coffee & Cake

    63 Barkly Street, Glenlyon(10 mins from Daylesford)

    5348 7922 tania@glenlyongeneralstore.com.au

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    It aint overtil someone breaks a glassTHE award winning New York Metropolitan Opera seasons are a spectacle that so few of us get to experience down in this corner of the planet. The 2011-2012 MET Opera season will be shot in HD and screened concurrently with the stage performances in New York, in selected theatres right around the world. Including this corner of the world, at the Theatre Royal (30 Hargraves Street, Castlemaine). Saturday November 5, 11:30 am and Sunday November 6, 1pm, see the METs premiere production of Gaetano Donizettis ANNA BOLENA. And, Saturday November 19 and Sunday November 20, see Mozarts DON GIOVANNI. The MET Opera is as sumptuous, spectacular and glass shattering as you can get. Break out the teeny binoculars and get your opera on. Tickets are $25. For more info and bookings call 5472 1196 or go to theatreroyal.info

    Just the way we like emRustic rusty and recycled

    STEFAN Nechwatal of Paradiso Arts (1089 Telegraph Road, Sailors Falls) has a passion for Spanish culture, architecture, and umwelding. Stefan is an artist who works in mostly reclaimed, recycled and ecologically sustainable materials, such as steel, timber, and mosaic. From Tuesday, November 1, till Sunday November 6, Stefan is hosting an exhibition of his recent works, at Paradiso Arts entitled Milestones. His work includes functional furniture, (for interior and outdoor use) garden art, and modern interpretations of the reja (the decorative Spanish/Moorish door and window grille) Rustic, sculptural, quirky and well loved, his work is unique, and will create a fantastic feature in your home or garden. The exhibition is open daily (except Wednesday, November 3) 11 am to 5 pm. For more information phone: 5348 6600, or go to: paradisoarts.com.au.

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    Theres a Pattern toPermaculture PaparazziWITH a camera on every phone suddenly everyones Ansel Adams or Annie Leibovitz. Fortunately for arts sake there are still real photographers out there checking their F stops and ASAs and creating incredible photographic art. Oliver Holmgren is one such lens lover. A young Hepburn photographer Oliver has roots in permaculture and a deep knowledge of the land, landscapes, and the environment, and his subject matter benefits from his knowledge of all the above. Oliver records the intricate details of frost crystals, to dramatic mountain vistas, and is showing his work at a new exhibition; Patterns. Opening night is Friday, November, 4, at 6pm. The exhibition will run Saturday, November 5, and Sunday November 6, at Door 3 Gallery, East Street Daylesford. More info photography.holmgren.com.au

  • PURE INDULGENCETOTAL RELAXATION

    One of the top 5 Day Spas in Australia Australian Womans DayOne of the top 5 Day Spas in Australia Australian Womans Day

    5 Tenth St. Hepburn Springs

    Tel: (03) 5348 2111www.dayspa.com.au

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    Return to GlamourOh! If we must!

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    ONE needs a touch of glam in ones life from time to time So glam it up at the newly refurbished Peppers Mineral Springs Retreat (124 Main Rd, Hepburn Springs). There is an array of must do cocktail parties, dec