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A Weave of Ice and Fire!

A Weave of Ice and Fire!

Game of Thrones® season 7 has finally hit the screens. Northern Ireland is one of the main filming locations for the hit TV series, and to immortalise the unforgettable series locations, from Winterfell to the Iron Islands, Tourism Ireland has unveiled a giant, 77-metre long, Bayeux-style tapestry. The epic tapestry brings to life the trials […]

NSW Popular for Walking Holidays

NSW Popular for Walking Holidays

More than 4.3 million domestic and international overnight visitors last year choose to hike in NSW as part of a holiday experience, up 5.2 per cent on the previous year*. Destination NSW Chief Executive Officer Sandra Chipchase said, “NSW is the perfect place for a hiking holiday. The state is home to some of Australia’s […]

New South W(h)ales Reveals World-Best Vantage Points for Whale Spotting

New South W(h)ales Reveals World-Best Vantage Points for Whale Spotting

From May to November the waters along the NSW coastline become a living, moving spectacle as thousands of humpback, southern right, fin and other whale species make their way north. The NSW coastline becomes the world’s best place for whale spotting and encounters, or to join the Saltwater Indigenous people celebrate this annual migration through Whale […]

A Taste of Kakadu

A Taste of Kakadu

World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park is a place of abundance, bursting with fresh food. With bush tucker delicacies from barramundi to magpie goose, there is something for everyone. Kakadu will offer visitors a chance to explore Indigenous cuisine and influences during the first ever ‘A Taste of Kakadu’, an interactive food festival which will be […]

Inventive New Dining Experience in Glen Waverley

Inventive New Dining Experience in Glen Waverley

The Butchers Bench at Novotel Glen Waverley unveils a fresh, exciting new menu featuring a wide selection of the regions finest quality meats and seasonal Victorian produce. Taking on the food philosophy ‘less is more’, the restaurant’s Executive Chef Ross Chapman believes in maintaining the integrity of produce at all costs. ‘It’s all about taste, […]

Korea’s Incheon Airport – in Top Three in the World

Korea’s Incheon Airport – in Top Three in the World

Whether you have two hours or 24 hours to transit or stopover at Seoul’s  Incheon International Airport you will be certain not to get bored.  Like Singapore’s Changi (no. 1) and Tokyo’s Haneda (no. 2), Seoul’s Incheon International Airport (no. 3) offers a wealth of outstanding facilities, hotels and top dining venues, shopping, entertainment and […]

What’s New in Premium in New Zealand

What’s New in Premium in New Zealand

New luxury lodge – Helena Bay, Northland In the northeast corner of New Zealand’s North Island lies Helena Bay Lodge. The property features three kilometres of pristine coastline, four private beaches and many intimate coves. National Geographic Traveller Magazine ranked this location second-equal in The World’s Top Rated Islands, Coastlines and Beaches. This magnificent lodge […]

Four Points Opens in Melbourne

Four Points Opens in Melbourne

Four Points by Sheraton, part of Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR), today announced the opening of Four Points by Sheraton Melbourne Docklands, bringing stylish design and modern comfort at an affordable price to Australia’s most cultural and creative city. Located at 22 Pearl River Road amongst Melbourne’s rejuvenated and popular Docklands area, Four Points by Sheraton […]

5 Ways to Experience First Nations Culture in Yukon

5 Ways to Experience First Nations Culture in Yukon

Australian travellers feel the call of Yukon’s First Peoples as they explore the histories, cultures, and customs still so prevalent in this unique Canadian territory, above British Columbia in Canada’s northwest. About one quarter of all Yukoners are of aboriginal ancestry, belonging to one of fourteen distinct First Nations, so-called because they were Canada’s very […]

This Autumn in Tasmania

This Autumn in Tasmania

Light the fire, sink into that comfortable chair, pour a glass of Tasmanian red wine and get ready to hear one of the best fireside stories going around. It’s Autumn in Tasmania and we can’t wait to share it with you. So this little tale starts with Ten Days On The Island, our premier arts […]