SLT's Recycled Fabric Workshop in June looked to be inspiring, and Michele blogged about it here.
Our teacher, Patricia, is a science teacher with a emphasis on microbiology, so she was able to explain a little of what's going on with the bacterial process in cheese making.
We were able to sample these lovely fresh cheeses and there will be some class notes coming, which I plan to post when I get them :-)
Patricia recommends getting cheesemaking supplies from GreenLivingAustralia
The Clothesline is at 2 Mann St (next to Hanna's department store). They specialise in used upmarket and designer brand clothes. Their prices are higher than a regular op shop, but then they're not actually an op shop. They buy as-new designer clothing from people who no longer need them. So for anyone who wants quality used clothing, it's definitely worth a visit. And with that in mind, their prices are excellent for the quality of the clothing. I bought a gorgeous pair of girls printed trousers and the cutest girls clogs I've ever seen at $8.50 each. Both were as new and obviously would have been quite pricey new.
I will point out that parking is a little bit of an issue. The Clothesline have a tiny car park right next to their store, but its only got about 3 spaces. You can park at Hanna's if you plan to go in there too (because you need a token from in the store to be able to exit that carpark). I parked at Toyota since they have a huge car park with plenty of space available. Not sure if that's allowed....
So if you get a chance, it's worth checking out.