10 Road Trips Every Queenslander Should Take

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From world famous beaches to lush tropical rainforests, historic mining towns to enormous gorges, there’s so much to see and do in Queensland. The best way to explore it all? Take a road trip! Road tripping is a fantastic way to explore areas off the beaten track, especially if you find yourself behind the wheel […]

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The Top 10 Road Trips in NSW

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NSW is home to some spectacular roads, where discovery and sheer pleasure awaits. From the Kosciuszko Alpine Way in the Snowy Mountains to the Legendary Pacific Coast that weaves its way up from Sydney to Brisbane, there are plenty of drives that ensure a memorable road trip. Here a Meriton’s Top 10 road trips and […]

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Sydney in 48 Hours: What to Do, Where to Shop and Where to Eat

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Lucky enough to find yourself with a 48 hour stopover in Sydney? Visiting the city for a wedding and have yourself a couple of extra days? Maybe you’re heading to the NSW capital for work but don’t like the idea of all business and no play? Whatever your reasons for a short stay in Sydney, […]

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A Gold Coast Guide to January Events

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As families flock to the beautiful Gold Coast for summer holiday fun, more exciting events are added to the list of things to do. From dancing the night away and movies under the stars to nature trails and great food and wine, there’s plenty happening in the City of the Gold Coast.

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Best of Brisbane’s Events This January

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Music and performing arts runs through the veins of the people of Brisbane, so it’s little wonder there’s always something happening in Brisbane. Notable Brisbane folk include musician Kate Miller-Heidke, opera singer Lisa Gasteen, and bands Powderfinger and The Veronicas. As well as musicians and artists, Brisbane pumps out some great sports people and when […]

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Sydney’s Top January 2015 Events

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The party season may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean it has to stop entirely. Sydney in January is still alive with hundreds of exciting events, from markets and exhibitions to sporting events and summer holiday fun. Here’s a look at some of the highlights: Sydney Hills International Sand Sculpting Exhibition For one whole […]

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The Ultimate Guide to Speaking Like an Aussie

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Perhaps you’re struggling to understand it, have a fascination with it or, for whatever reason, you just have a desire to replicate the Australian accent. Whatever the case is, getting to know the linguistics behind the Australian accent is the best place to start. The Australian accent has been propelled into the media in recent […]

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13 Ways to Spend Christmas in Sydney

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Christmas can be a tough time when you’re traveling as, more often than not, you’re away from your family and usual holiday traditions. The good news is that although it may be a lot warmer than what you’re used to, Sydney during Christmas is one of the most special places to be. Create your own […]

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A Traveller’s Guide to Christmas on the Gold Coast

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If a laid back, Aussie-style Christmas is what you’re after, you’ve chosen to be in the right spot. A Gold Coast Christmas is all about spending time at the beach, with friends on the water, drinking a few beers, and enjoying some delicious seafood. It’s also a city that knows how to party, guaranteeing you […]

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14 Things for Travellers to Do in Brisbane on Christmas Day

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For backpackers and expats, Brisbane is a popular place to be at Christmas. The weather is beautiful, the people are friendly, and the city is alive with plenty to do. So if you’re away from family this Christmas, don’t fret. Brisbane has plenty on offer, even for the loneliest of hearts.

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