ABOUT NABO

Nabo is the social network for your suburb connecting neighbours in over 6,500 communities across Australia.

Cheap Book Week Costumes for Kids

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 17 August 2017

The Children's Book Council of Australia is once again celebrating Children's Book Week from 19 to 26 August. For many parents, hearing the words Book Week brings back painful memories of either last-minute attempts at constructing a book character costume or the absurd amount...

August Completed Account Winner!

Written by Renee Dubé, published on 11 August 2017

One lucky Nabo member has one $100 to spend at Bunnings, simply by completing their account!

July Instant Winners Redraw

Written by Renee Dubé, published on 03 August 2017

Only one Nabo member claimed their prize last week which mean it's a redraw! If your name is listed below - congratulations, you've won a $20 Bunnings gift card!

July Instant Winners!

Written by Renee Dubé, published on 27 July 2017

We appreciate every single one of our Nabo members and to say thanks for being so neighbourly we want to give five of you a special little somethin'. If your name's on the list below - enjoy a $20 Bunnings gift card on us!

Address Verification Competition Winner

Written by Renee Dubé, published on 27 July 2017

One lucky member has won a $100 Coles Group & Myer gift card, simply by verifying their address. A big congratulations to Shirley L from Golden Beach QLD! Not only did Shirley win 100 bucks to spend at a number of Coles and Myer retailers, but by verifying she can now:

Noisy Pets Driving You Mad?

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 18 July 2017

Is your pet keeping you up at night? Are they disturbing you during the day? A noisy pet can be frustrating not just for you and your family, but also to the people who live around you. Man's barking best friend, talkative cockatoos and purring felines who love to knock things over are part...

Do Something Day!

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 18 July 2017

On Wednesday 19 July 2017, Do Something Day (DSD) returns for a second time to spread community spirit across Australia. Organised by the not-for-profit organisation Do Something, DSD is a day to celebrate volunteering within our neighbourhoods and motivate more individuals to get involved...

Noisy pets driving you mad?

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 17 July 2017

Is your pet keeping you up at night? Are they disturbing you during the day? A noisy pet can be frustrating not just for you and your family, but also to the people who live around you. Man's barking best friend, talkative cockatoos and purring felines who love to knock things over are part of...

Community Initiative Supports Those Affected by Cancer

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 09 July 2017

Cancer affects many Australians in one way or another. According to the Cancer Council of Australia, either yourself or a family member will be affected by the disease. Thankfully for the residents of Orange, a rural town in New South Wales, Sheran recognised the importance of communal...

Longtime Kingswood Resident Makes New Connections

Written by Annabel Thompson, published on 03 July 2017

Louise G has lived in Kingswood for over two decades now, so you might think that she knew all there was to know about the Western Sydney suburb. After signing up with Nabo, Louise soon found that this wasn’t the case.

The Best Italiano in Newcastle

Written by Lara Heaton, published on 30 June 2017

Italian food is arguably the very best comfort food this world has to offer. Filled with simple flavours, plenty of garlic and carb-y goodness, what's not to love? Add in a cheeky bottle of red and you're in for a good night. Unfortunately not all Italian food is equal, so to make sure your next...

The Best Italiano in the Shire

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 30 June 2017

You don’t have to travel all the way to Rome to get the authentic taste of Italy! Sizzling pizza, homemade pasta and delicious desserts can be found at these local Italian eateries for Shire locals and visitors. Save yourself the airplane fare and check out these restaurants...

The Best Italiano in Perth

Written by Lara Heaton, published on 30 June 2017

If you haven't made time to eat an authentic bucatini dish with a glass of red and fresh bread outside a trattoria in Italy, Perth has got you covered. These local eateries will fill your every carb-filled desire with beautifully crafted pizzas, hand-made pastas and desserts that will satisfy...

The Best Italiano in the Eastern Suburbs

Written by Hanna Elsey, published on 30 June 2017

If you haven't made it to the Italian coast for authentic pasta and wine, fear not as there are local eateries that can fill your Italian food desires. These restaurants will allow you to escape into your dream trip to Italy and give you a little taste of the country's local cuisine...

The Best Italiano in St George

Written by Hanna Elsey, published on 30 June 2017

No need to buy a plane ticket to carb-load on authentic Italian cuisine! These local restaurants in St. George are cooking up traditional Italian cuisine right here in your backyard. Melting pizzas, homemade pastas and sweet desserts will have you looking forward to dinner all week long...

The Best Italiano in the Inner West

Written by Lara Heaton, published on 30 June 2017

We have a lot to thank the Italians for, be it pizza, pasta, risotto or some of the other delicious carbohydrates they've gifted to us. Luckily you won't have to leave the country (or your area) to experience some of the very best in traditional Italian fare...

Best of the Inner West (29 June - 5 July)

Written by Tara Fernandez, published on 28 June 2017

We’ve made planning your school holidays a piece of cake by compiling the best activities in the Inner West from 29 June to 5 July. There are also a couple of adult-only events for when you need a break!

St George's Quirkiest Stores

Written by Lara Heaton, published on 23 June 2017

Are you someone with a penchant for vintage wares or beautiful pieces? Whether you're a trend setter or you're interested in high quality pieces, we've sourced a series of off-beat, small-scale homeware and clothing stores in the St George area. So save yourself a trip to the city and explore the...

Newcastle's Quirkiest Shops

Written by Lara Heaton, published on 23 June 2017

Are you sick of your wardrobe or perhaps the soullessness of your living room? It's time for you to pick up some more unique pieces and Newcastle has you sorted! With a growing focus on individualised, small business and bespoke wares, quirky clothing and gift stores are popping up all around...

The Eastern Suburbs' Quirkiest Stores

Written by Lara Heaton, published on 23 June 2017

Is your wardrobe looking a little too bland and boring? Did you see three people wearing the very same dress you bought just this weekend? If you want to add something a little different to your wardrobe, or perhaps find some new fittings for your apartment, we've got you sorted...

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Here are some of the ways over 8,000 suburbs are using Nabo to get the best out of their local area.

LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

Recommend and discover the best things around you, from local events and attractions, a trusted service or tradie, to the best coffee in town.

A SAFER SUBURB

Create a support network of local people who can keep an eye on your home or pet while you're away. Grow a stronger neighbourhood together.

BUY, SELL, BORROW

Find a kids second hand bike or toy, sell an unwanted item from around your home, or borrow something handy from your neighbours.

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