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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 […]

About Peregrine Adventures

About Peregrine Adventures

For 40 years, Peregrine has been pioneering small group tours, ideal for travellers aged 45 and over who embrace the spirit of adventure. For us, that means delivering exceptional travel experiences in over 80 destinations around the globe. It means premium adventures that are completely immersive; it means hand-picked accommodation, intimate small groups, taking the […]

Florence City Guide

Florence City Guide

  WORDS: Gwen Marie Luscombe Overview: As the culture capitol of Italy and the birthplace of the Renaissance, there’s more art in Florence then you’re likely ever see in your lifetime. It’s a Mecca for art historians, and with good reason as there are roughly 72 art museums in the city. Here you’ll find some of […]

Canadian Rockies travel guide

Canadian Rockies travel guide

by Angela Saurine OVERVIEW Turquoise lakes, thundering waterfalls and snow-capped mountains as far as the eye can see – is it any wonder the Canadian Rockies features on so many Aussie bucket lists? Even if you’ve been once, as many of us have, there’s always the lure of returning in a different season. Think sleigh […]

About SeaLink Travel Group

About SeaLink Travel Group

SeaLink Travel Group is one of Australia’s most dynamic travel companies, bringing the nation’s best tourism and transport experiences to the world. With more than 1,600 passionate staff across the country, we deliver fantastic service to more than eight million customers annually.  With a vessel fleet of 77 and a coach fleet in excess of […]

About Cathay Pacific

About Cathay Pacific

Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific Airways is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s leading airlines, offering scheduled passenger and cargo services to serve over 170 destinations worldwide. Out of Australia, the airline has over 70 flights a week to Hong Kong from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide and Cairns.  All flights provide excellent connections over the […]

About Windstar Cruises

About Windstar Cruises

Windstar Cruises operates a six-ship fleet of small sailing and all-suite ships visiting approximately 270 ports annually sailing throughout Europe, the Caribbean, Costa Rica and the Panama Canal, Asia, Alaska, Canada and New England, and cruising year-round in Tahiti. Windstar’s fleet is the market leader in small ship cruising with a total of 1242 passenger berths […]

What’s New in Western Australia – March 2018

What’s New in Western Australia – March 2018

Perth’s world class Optus Stadium now open Perth recently welcomed the opening of the state-of-the-art 60,000 seat Optus Stadium, which will be home to the 2018 AFL season in WA, and will play host to international act Taylor Swift later in the year. The stadium has already played host to major international sporting events, with English Premier […]

Amalfi Coast Destination Guide

Amalfi Coast Destination Guide

By Gwen O’Toole Overview: The Amalfi Coast has been wooing travellers all the way back since ancient Rome when even the Romans disappeared to the area to relax and generally indulge. Today, this string of seaside villages and sun-soaked islands have all the appeal as they did even in the 1950s when the location became […]