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Top 5 Cycling Trips in Australia

Top 5 Cycling Trips in Australia

Travelling is a wonderful experience for both the mind and the body, so why not make it beneficial for planet Earth too? Cycling is a great way to stay in shape, see much more of the great country you’re exploring and it also prevents too much air pollution. So, considering cycling has so many benefits […]

A Beginners Guide to Surfing Sydney’s Beaches

A Beginners Guide to Surfing Sydney’s Beaches

Sydney’s Beaches It seems that all roads lead to Sydney over the past ten years. The city is seeing a stellar escalation of popularity among people of all generations around the world. It is by far one of the most popular, culturally diverse and infrastructurally tight cities on the planet and some tentative whispers even […]

The Best Family Holidays in Australia

The Best Family Holidays in Australia

Finding the perfect location for your next family holiday can be tough, especially when travelling with younger kids. Thankfully there are plenty of family-friendly holidays ideas in Australia, no matter which state you plan on visiting. Here are a few to help get your adventure started: West Australia Exploring WA Camp under the stars and […]

6 Ways To Feel Like An Australian Local This Summer

6 Ways To Feel Like An Australian Local This Summer

All cities in Australia will offer you tourist friendly brochures upon arrival. However, if you might want to see how a true Aussie really experiences summer. No, it not spent cuddling koalas for a quick picture or wandering around the Sydney Opera House, it much better and you will have you throwing your guidebook off […]

Exploring Karijini National Park – The Rugged Beauty Of The Gorges

Exploring Karijini National Park – The Rugged Beauty Of The Gorges

Nestled in the magnificent Hamersley Ranges of northwestern WA’s Pilbara region is a not-to-miss natural gem – the unbelievably beautiful Karijini National Park. You’ll be spellbound at the incredible scenery, the plunging gorges, and the crystal-clear waterways – read on for more! Enjoy Karijini’s Flowering Beauty At any given time, Karijini National Park is rife […]

Samoa takes tourism to their villages

Samoa takes tourism to their villages

The Samoa Tourism Board takes Tourism to the Villages. That was the theme of the Samoa Tourism Authority’s road show on Tuesday. Aimed at enhancing tourism awareness amongst the rural communities, the road show began at Matatufu through to Ti’avea and culminated at the EFKS church, La- lomanu. The road show focused on giving advice […]

Some of the best Kid attractions in Sydney

Some of the best Kid attractions in Sydney

Australia’s busiest and oldest City is Sydney. It’s the country’s financial powerhouse and home to most iconic places. Sydney is water surrounded with sensational beaches and magnificent harbours, the Mediterranean climate is also superb. It is an excellent holiday destination packed with attraction sites for kids. Most of these friendly attractions are neighboring the city […]

NZTourism: Spending on domestic tourism flat in 2011

NZTourism: Spending on domestic tourism flat in 2011

Spending on domestic tourism was flat in the year to June 2011, the Ministry of Economic Development’s latest Domestic Travel Survey has found. Kiwis spent $8.9 billion on trips within New Zealand, essentially unchanged from the year before. Business travel held up better than holiday travel, with business travellers spending $2.9b in the period, an […]

Sydney unveils new featured website

Sydney unveils new featured website

The Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre has unveiled a spectacular new website, packed with new features including a 3D Sydney fly-over and a virtual restaurant for cooking up delicious events. The new site brings the Centre’s acclaimed cuisine to the fore, allowing event organisers to design their own custom menus from hundreds of beautifully presented […]