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What’s New in Victoria

What’s New in Victoria

March 2019 The latest openings, news and updates from around Victoria. EstellePopular restaurateur Scott Pickett has unveiled the latest evolution of his iconic Northcote venue Estelle. The new era of the restaurant and bar has been designed to cater for all occasions, from a glass of wine to a full tasting menu experience for which […]

French Riviera Travel Guide

French Riviera Travel Guide

by Jac Taylor OVERVIEW Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief, floating amongst Nice’s clattering casinos. Sophia Loren, flirting her way through Cannes. Paris Hilton, yacht-hopping between galas and over-the-top nightclubs. The French Riviera has a reputation for attracting the most glittering and conspicuous of celebrities, having been the playground of artists and aristocrats since […]

Hong Kong Destination Guide

Hong Kong Destination Guide

by Penny Watson Hong Kong, on the southern border of China, is above all else a city of contrasts. Its East-meets-West sensibilities, its capitalism amid great poverty and its rabid development versus tradition are part of its personality. Intriguingly, this moshpit of culture, economics and progression is what makes the city hum. In Central, wet […]

What’s Hot in Victoria

What’s Hot in Victoria

It’s almost 2019, and the stage is set for a stellar year of new experiences, events, attractions, accommodation and more across Melbourne and Victoria. Trending The city’s creative opinion leaders and innovative thinkers converged on the newly opened Hotel Esplanade in St Kilda to set the agenda for live music, night time economy, design trends […]

Canada’s Spring and Summer Events

Canada’s Spring and Summer Events

During spring and summer in Canada, the snow and ice gives way to sun, fun and festivities. Read on for seven of the best upcoming events, from coast to coast. Snowbombing Canada, Sun Peaks This is the ultimate party on the slopes. Europe’s biggest music festival on snow is a must-attend event when it lands […]

Rome Destination Guide

Rome Destination Guide

By Ute Junker Overview Nowhere else comes close to the glory of Rome. In a city that has played a central role in history for almost 2000 years, magnificent relics of the past demand attention at every turn. Round one corner and feel dwarfed by the towering might of the Colosseum; take a different road […]

Bordeaux Travel Guide

Bordeaux Travel Guide

Words: Winsor Dobbin Overview Bordeaux is the wine capital of the world; a city of style and charm that hosts Vinexpo, the world’s largest wine fair, and is surrounded by vineyards producing wines in a wide range of styles. But there is a lot more to Bordeaux than just wine. It is one of France’s […]

Queenstown Travel Guide

Queenstown Travel Guide

Words: Winsor Dobbin Overview Queensltown may only be a small city in terms of population, but whether you are a thrill-seeker, outdoor enthusiast or a lover of fine food and wine this South Island resort offers a diversity of activities and attractions. The area surrounding Queenstown is known for some of the best ski runs […]

Christchurch Travel Guide

Christchurch Travel Guide

by Lee Mylne Change is the new norm for Christchurch, a city reinventing itself with pride and passion after the devastating earthquakes of 2010 and 2011. That makes it an exciting place to discover or re-discover. New Zealand’s oldest city, Christchurch is now also a city renowned for its evolving story of urban redevelopment, achieved […]

Bangkok travel guide: Eat, sleep, drink, shop

Bangkok travel guide: Eat, sleep, drink, shop

  Best places to eat, sleep, shop and drink in Bangkok by Kristie Kellahan INTRO Thailand’s vibrant capital is full of intriguing contradictions: shiny skyscrapers and ancient palaces share the same streets; air-conditioned ultra-modern malls and frenetic street markets tempt and delight keen shoppers; the best meal of your life might be had at a […]