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Mudgee

Mudgee Wine & Food Festival Dates Announced

The dates of the 2018 Mudgee Wine & Food Festival have been released, with a range of dinners, lunches and tastings set to further establish the region as one of the preeminent food and wine destinations of New South Wales. The Festival will run from 4th to 23rd September 2018 and include the following key […]

Peel Region

Peel Region’s Magnificent Courses Suit Golfers to a Tee

Just one hour south of Perth, you will find the Peel Region’s golf courses in Western Australia to be listed in the premier category of Great Golf Courses of Australia. Mandurah and the Peel Region is known as Western Australia’s Golf Coast with a number of superbly designed, challenging courses set in spectacular locations. While […]

noosa food and wine festival

Taste sensations at Noosa Food & Wine Festival

 The Festival Village at this year’s Noosa Food & Wine Festival is happening Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May in the Noosa Lions Park with the beautiful Noosa waterways as a backdrop.  Here’s everything you need to know about the all new Festival Village. Festival Village Tickets $35 now or $40 at the gate. Included in […]

camp oven cooking

Meet camp oven cooking guru at Relish Festival

Camp oven cooking guru Ranger Nick will be one of the special guests at this year’s Relish Food and Wine Festival on June 2 in Queensland’s Heritage City of Maryborough. Another fantastic addition to this year’s festival is a Gin Joint in the basement of the historic Bond Store where visitors will be able to […]

western australia

Stopover in Western Australia

  Qantas is now flying daily direct on the Perth – London route and people are making the most of the new service to take some time out and explore Western Australia. For Australian passengers travelling to or from other parts of the country on the direct route, Qantas is offering a Perth stopover with […]

Gordon River Cruises, Tasmania

World first for new Gordon River Cruises vessel

As the building of the new vessel for Gordon River Cruises on Tasmania’s west coast continues to progress, now is a great time to reveal an exciting world-first for the company. The vessel will be fitted with both diesel engines and electric motors, meaning the operator can switch between one or the other or both, […]

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Listen: Hear humpback whales sing at Hervey Bay!

Add a new dimension to your whale watching experience by visiting Hervey Bay in September – it’s the best time to hear humpback whales sing. Pacific Whale Foundation senior research biologist Stephanie Stack said only mature whales sang and this month was when most started arriving in Hervey Bay for their migratory stopover. She said […]

Father's Day

Top Tips for a Tip-Top Dad’s Day in Melbourne

    From sporting types to culture kings and dads with a hipster edge, Melbourne has something to tickle the fancy of fathers from all walks of life. With all of the following and more to choose from, there is no excuse not to make this Father’s Day (3 September 2017) one to remember. Sporty Dad As […]

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Cruise the Murray River on a paddle-wheeler

Step back in time to when the paddle-wheeler dominated the Murray River and get up close and personal with the ancient land on-board Captain Cook Cruises.   Finished with polished wood and gold trimmings and featuring a winding staircase, full-length windows and a paddle-wheel encased in glass, the PS Murray Princess replicates the paddle-wheelers that […]