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Queensland, the sunshine state. And probably the most varying in landscapes in all Australia. Bursting with stunning coastlines, heavenly beaches and a culture unlike any other, it’s an absolute MUST for anyone approaching thirty.   Townsville If you like sunshine, you’ll love Townsville. It’s Northern Queensland’s sunniest and

Does 320 days of sunshine a year sound like paradise to you? Then welcome to Townsville, the largest and sunniest city in North Queensland! With all this perfect weather, you're going to want to make the most of it, so here's my ‘Top 5 Experiences’

Known as the official halfway point between Adelaide and Alice Springs, the unique town of Coober Pedy has got a lot more to it than just being Australia’s opal capital. Read on for some of the secrets that this iconic town has hidden beneath its

Under 50km outside of the Victorian capital of Melbourne, Geelong is a thriving city in its own right. We chat with some of the locals about the events that top Geelong's annual social calendar.   The Royal Geelong Show Running for over 150 years, the Royal Geelong Show

Melbourne is home to some of Australia's liveliest and most diverse festivals, from culture and comedy to music and food. We’ve picked some of our favourite Victorian festivals, taking place right on the doorstep of your Melbourne CBD hotel to help you see a new side of

Sydney is one of Australia’s most vibrant cities, home to iconic architecture, world class restaurants and waterfront bars, and surrounded by stunning national parks. There’s no wonder it’s our nation’s most popular tourist destination, welcoming more than 32 million visitors each year. ­­­­But dig a

Got a hankering for a Launceston short break? Paul Fleming a.k.a. Love Thy Walrus explores his hometown and gives the ultimate insider tips for your next northern Tasmanian getaway.   Dreamy Landscapes Nestled in a fertile valley between forested hills and jagged mountain ranges, Launceston is the type

Bendigo is one of regional Victoria’s most beautiful cities, and was placed firmly on the Australian map following an incredible gold rush more than 150 years ago. The wealth of the rush brought with it elaborately designed homes, monuments and public buildings which still line

Awaken the inner adventurer in you at one of the most breathtaking locations in the country, Halls Gap. Rock climbing, abseiling, cycling and bush walking all await you in the heart of the Grampians National Park. Here’s 5 things you need to know about Halls

After some travel tips to take you from amateur to advanced traveller? Here’s five to keep in mind while traversing the country. From booking hotels and finding the best room rates, to renting cars and utilising a portable Wi-Fi device, these handy tips will make