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Tasmania’s Winter Events 2021

Tasmania’s Winter Events 2021

 #winter, #Tasmania, #discovertasmaniaBOFA – Breath of Fresh Air Film Festival In Launceston: 30 April – May 2 2021In Hobart: May 38 – 30 2021Online (free): May 3 – 30 2021 Tasmania’s annual film festival, Breath of Fresh Air, makes a welcome return back to the big screens and also continues its online presence in 2021. More than […]

English Midlands Destination Guide

English Midlands Destination Guide

Words: Alison Plummer Central England is the meeting place of many regions with Birmingham at its heart, surrounded by counties, towns and natural attractions, each destinations in their own right. Multi-cultural Birmingham has a young demographic with a high percentage of its population under 30, reflected in the urban arts and dining/bar culture, modern architecture […]

Take a Road-Trip to Central NSW Events in 2020

Take a Road-Trip to Central NSW Events in 2020

Take a Road-Trip to Central NSW Events in 2020 Tags: #unearthcentralnsw Do you love foraging for food, meeting talented artisans, or exploring historic castles? Take a road trip to Central NSW in early 2020 for some incredible events from Oberon’s Field to Forest Festival, Bathurst’s Heritage Trades Trail and Orange’s Food Week. Events are the best […]

What’s New in Western Australia

What’s New in Western Australia

Latest Travel and Lifestyle News from Western Australia Melbourne to Margaret River direct flights Exploring one of Western Australia’s most diverse destinations is now easier thanks to Jetstar’s new direct flights between Melbourne and the Margaret River region. The flights commence on March 25, 2020, with fares currently starting from $192^.  ^One-way, excludes checked baggage. Not available on […]

What’s new in the Northern Territory

What’s new in the Northern Territory

BIG BUS DARWIN SUNSET & TROPICAL LIGHT TOUR Big Bus Darwin have launched a special five-hour evening tour showcasing the spectacular sunset at East Point Reserve followed by a series of illuminated sculptures featured in the Bruce Munro: Tropical Light exhibition. The tour will operate on Wednesday and Saturday only. Cost: $40-45 Read more. TROPICAL LIGHT DINING & AIRBOAT […]

Toronto Travel Guide

Toronto Travel Guide

by Pip Macken OVERVIEW Canada’s largest city, perched on the tip of Lake Ontario, is a medley of cultures, histories and lifestyles. Toronto’s dynamic blend of distinct neighbourhoods, vibrant downtown scene and non-stop events makes this one of Canada’s most compelling urban destinations. Traditionally known as ‘Hogtown’ and ‘Big Smoke’, the city recently acquired the […]

Small Wonder: Zagreb punches above its weight

Small Wonder: Zagreb punches above its weight

by John Maddocks Croatia’s vibrant capital is a small, sophisticated city often overshadowed by Adriatic superstars such as Dubrovnik and Split. But a new international airport means Zagreb has come into its own as Croatia’s main gateway, connected by air to over 50 cities. Tourists are discovering a very laid back metropolis with stunning architecture, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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