Lonely Planet’s experts recommend travellers experience this Aussie hot spot in 2019.
The sibling rivalry between cities Sydney and Melbourne is an infamous debate that has divided residents for years. But who really wins?
Move aside Australia’s big islands, it’s time to put some of Australia’s smaller islands in the spotlight.
Relaxing and unwinding used to be the reason for taking a holiday, however it seems Aussies have a new reason to travel – Walking.
If you’re still wondering about what gift to buy your partner for Valentine’s Day, just let me say this – no one has ever been disappointed with a surprise weekend away.
TripAdvisor reveals the best hotels Across Australia with the 2018 Travellers’ Choice Awards and the results might surprise you…
Wake up and smell the bacon with Travelodge Hotel’s Silent Check-Out.
It’s only been open for a few months and already it’s gained worldwide recognition. We take a tour inside Australia’s Hotel of the Year.
The modern day alternative to camping resembles luxury accommodation, but just don’t call it a hotel… And definitely don’t call it camping.
Whether it’s for the weekend or weeks on end, it’s time to lap up Australia’s top hotel pools.
I awake with a start on a cold and dark winters’ morning, fully aware that it’s a Saturday and normally I’d be sleeping in. Not so today, as my alarm makes the deafening sound of 5:30am, I stumble out of bed, weary, yet excited for the morning ahead.
Get out of town with these Aussie long weekend destinations.
When it comes to accommodation options, it seems trains are right on track. Whether it’s snuggling up with a loved one in the Blue Mountains or taking the family on an adventure to regional Victoria, Airbnb has a converted train carriage to suit everyone.
Uluru is one of those places that everyone should visit in their lifetime, an iconic landmark that needs to be experienced in real life. From breathtaking views of the desert landscape to an insight into ancient Aboriginal culture, Uluru has something for everyone.
Anyone who has grown up in a small town will be able to relate to the feeling of just wanting to escape. For as long as I can remember, it was something in the back of my mind, a constant need of wanting to venture out and possibly never return.
By pure chance I got the opportunity to visit Tasmania for a long weekend and I couldn’t have been more pleasantly surprised. Full of amazing restaurants, cafes and some of the best coffee you’ll ever try, definitely consider adding Tasmania as a new destination on your bucket list.
Recently my job forced me to take a break from travelling (how dare they), so I decided to be a tourist in my own hometown. Here’s what I found.
There’s nothing like the feeling you get when you’re counting down till your next holiday. Especially when that holiday includes an island, 3 of your best girlfriends, sunshine and a whole lot of cocktails.