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Physics, Nutcrackers and AFL – All in Brisbane in 2014

A hilarious play about AFL, the vibrant Brisbane Festival, and a world premiere of an inter-galactic orchestral performance are among the intriguing upcoming attractions in Brisbane throughout the rest of 2014. Managing Carmen is a side-splitting play abo...Read more

A Traveller’s Guide to Beating Rental Cars Ripoffs

Renting a car seems a simple enough thing to do, but it can be fraught with ‘gotchas’, insurance exclusions, hard-to-read contracts and more. Excess woes Insurance excess is a common source of frustration among car rental customers. Major car rental c...Read more

12 Business Events in July 2014

Your business can benefit from taking part in a huge range of educational events, whether a major conference or a two-hour workshop. Here is just a small selection of some helpful business events coming up around Australia in July: Intellectual Property B...Read more

Brisbane’s Cheap Eats Under $10

From a mobile bun brigade to Japanese dumplings, it really is possible to eat (and eat well!) for around $10 or less in Brisbane.  Here are eating houses that pack a punch to your taste buds, but spare your wallet: Madtongsan in the Elizabeth Arcade serv...Read more

Art Gets an Outing at Art & About Sydney

If you will be in Sydney between September 19 and October 12, you can get involved at street level – literally – in the city’s grass-roots art program, Art & About Sydney. Indoors and outdoors, down laneways and up thoroughfares, in publ...Read more

Take a Stroll Through The Rocks, Sydney

On a beautiful blue-sky day in Sydney, one of the best things to do is wander through The Rocks. Walk along the cobblestone paths and get lost in the narrow lane ways that lead you through the area’s iconic markets, restaurants and history. The Rocks Ma...Read more

The Hot Foodie Destinations in Sydney

Sydney’s culinary scene is always evolving and changing so that it can keep pace with the world scene. Australian chefs are exploring with new produce, cutting edge techniques and unique settings to draw foodie A-listers to their tables. So what are som...Read more

7 School Holiday Workshops, Classes & Lessons in Sydney

Most Sydney kids will be on school holidays in July so line up something different for them that will really expand their horizons. Here are some of the seriously cool workshops, classes and lessons that are going on these holidays: 1. Archery: Kids on ta...Read more

Sayonara, Singapore: G’Day, Dubai

Guangzhou and Dubai are stopover favourites for Europe-bound Aussies as the delights of cities like Singapore and Bangkok fade. The Middle East and China are hotting up as our prime stopover choices for a number of reasons, reported the Sydney Morning Her...Read more

2 Seriously Quirky But Cool Gold Coast Restaurants

The Gold Coast is a hub of activity for travellers and tourists so restaurants can do some quirky things to stand out from the crowd. Here are 2 of the Gold Coast’s weird restaurants you should really experience! Bazaar 7 Staghorn Ave, Surfers Paradise ...Read more

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