We are an editorially driven magazine committed to creating engaging, unbiased, informative and inspiring articles about, and for, the Breakfast Point community and its surrounding suburbs. In these unprecedented times, we want to a shine a light on our positive, supportive and unified community. We believe that by creating meaningful connection and conversation within our community we can all live happier, healthier and more sustainable lives. To us, that’s Bon Vivant, also known as ‘the good life’.
Bon Vivant Magazine acknowledges the Wangal clan, one of 29 tribes of the Eora nation and the traditional custodians of this land. Bon Vivant pays respect to elders past and present and extends this respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in or visiting the Breakfast Point area.
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