The Australian Floorball Open 2015

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The Australian Floorball Open is Australia’s principal, annual national floorball competition. The yearly event is taking place in Runaway Bay, Queensland, and it is set to showcase the very best in men, women and junior floorball teams from all over the country. What is Floorball? Floorball is a relatively new sport, but one that has […]

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July: Brisbane’s Good Food & Wine Month

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Were there ever four more enticing words to appear in a single sentence than ‘Brisbane’, ‘food’, ‘wine’, and ‘month’? The only thing better would be ‘Brisbane’, ‘food’, ‘wine’ and ‘year’! What better way to make the most of this wonderful city than by sampling the best its chefs, restaurateurs and producers have to offer in […]

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Top Winter School Holiday Activities in Sydney

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‘What are we going to do today?’ – it’s a familiar question to most parents experiencing the ‘school holiday syndrome’ (a condition that can leave mothers and fathers feeling exhausted and severely traumatised). We all love spending quality time with our kids but, when condensed over several weeks of 24/7 contact, it can also be […]

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Family Fun in Brisbane This July

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The June/July holidays in Brisbane are some of the best. The city is blessed with warm, wet summers and cool, dry winters, which means that it’s definitely possible to take part in both outdoor and indoor activities. Are you looking for ways to keep your family busy this July that don’t involve being glued to […]

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National Aboriginal and Islander Day (NAIDOC) in Sydney

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NAIDOC Week is one of the most important cultural celebrations that is held in Australia, and even if you are just a visitor to the country you are most likely to have heard of it. But what exactly is NAIDOC Week? Firstly, the term NAIDOC stands for National Aboriginal and Islander Day Observance Committee, and […]

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Moreton Island, an Idyllic Escape From Brisbane City

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Do you ever long to take a relaxing break in a tranquil and unspoilt location, but are put off by the many hours you will need to spend travelling there? If so, then Moreton Island off coast of Brisbane is the place for you. This beautiful island and nature reserve, with immaculate white sand beaches, […]

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A Handy Guide to Sea World Australia

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The Australian theme park Sea World, which includes a marine mammal park and oceanarium, is located on the Gold Coast in Queensland and is quite unrelated to the U.S. theme park chain SeaWorld. Since it’s opening in October 1971, the theme park, which is open all year, has undergone quite a few changes and developments […]

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The Hunter Valley: the Perfect Day Trip From Sydney

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The Hunter Valley is the oldest wine region in Australia. It’s been perfecting the art of creating Semillon, Chardonnay and Shiraz since vines were first planted there in the 1820s. However, the appeal of the Hunter Valley doesn’t just lie in its excellent wine and stunning verdant landscape but also in its unpretentious, laid back […]

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Get on Board With World Environment Day 2015

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World Environment Day (WED) is an annual event held to raise global awareness about the environment. It is run by the United Nations as part of the United Nations Environment Program and is celebrated in more than 100 countries around the world on the 5th of June. Each year, there is a different theme for […]

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The Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival 2015

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The Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival carries a rich history and tradition as Queensland’s premier racing event. The history of the carnival dates back 126 years, with the last six being held under operation of the Brisbane Racing Club. This occurred due to the merging of the Queensland Turf Club (Eagle Farm) and Brisbane Turf club […]

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