Usually recognised for its summer charm, one of the most underrated joys of travelling in Australia during winter is the abundance of festival feasts on offer. From hip hop yoga with a 5-course après feast in Margaret River, to a truffle dog hunt and ‘black
Australia is hot property these days when it comes to the pedigree of the dining opportunities afforded by our capital cities, with Sydney, Melbourne and formerly humble Hobart home to establishments that can hold their heads high on the world’s culinary stage. But even more exciting
You’ll need much more than just a day in Western Australia. The largest of the Aussie states has so much to offer, from premo wine regions to epic sunsets these four locations will have you planning your next break in no time.
Both the beaches
Australia is home to a vast number of subterraneous caves, many of which are open to the public. Here’s the Choice Hotels top five caves in Australia.
So far we’ve travelled roughly 3900 kilometres from Sydney to Kalgoorlie taking in a staggering 37 ‘Big Things’ in Australia, but there are still so many more to come!
Everyone knows that the Margaret River in Western Australia produces excellent wines, but not everyone is interested in wine (yes it’s true
Meander three hours south of Perth through sky-scraping marri and karri trees for the ultimate Western Australian mini-break in Margaret River.
Whether it’s trekking, speed boating, caving, sampling world class wine or having your tastebuds teased, you’ll be spoilt for choice.
The Margaret River region spans 100
The Margaret River is the epitome of majestic. This region offers an abundance of fresh produce, fine wine and boutique shopping, against a stunning natural backdrop. There are many Margaret River attractions for everyone to enjoy!