A Guide to the 2016 Sydney Royal Easter Show


Easter can mean many different things to many different people. For some, it’s a celebration of faith and a chance to remember the resurrection of Jesus Christ. For others, it’s all about the chocolate and the anticipation for the Easter Bunny’s arrival. In Bermuda, the people celebrate by flying homemade kites. In Norway, everyone curls […]

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  Meriton Serviced Apartments Jackson Drive, Mascot is perfectly positioned just moments from Sydney’s International and Domestic airports and designed with both the corporate and leisure guest in mind. Combining comfort, value, space and location each apartment will enjoy all the inclusions that guests of Meriton have come to love including; large living areas, gourmet […]

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48 Hours on the Gold Coast: An Activity Guide


The Gold Coast is quite simply one of the finest beach destinations in the world. The water is pristine, the sand is white, and the amusement parks and rides are thrilling. It’s a spot filled with boutiques, cafes, nightlife, and shopping. There’s something for just about everyone on the Gold Coast, and if you’ve only […]

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8 Reasons Why You Should Book a Serviced Apartment Over a Hotel


Nothing is quite as refreshing as a holiday. It always gives you the opportunity to unwind, relax, and enjoy a bit of time either alone or with family. Second to choosing your destination, picking the right accommodation can make or break your holiday plans. Choosing the wrong accommodation can not only make your stay uncomfortable, […]

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Meriton Maintaining Standards


Unlike other serviced apartment operators, Meriton Serviced Apartments do not wait for their serviced apartments to fall apart before they start maintaining them. “Many others do nothing until the property has deteriorated considerably and that way nobody knows what to expect when they use other operators, Managing Director of Meriton Serviced Apartments, Harry Triguboff said. […]

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A Stress-Free Guide to Dreamworld on the Gold Coast


Dreamworld is one of the most popular attractions in Queensland that lots of people all across Australia and the world come to the Gold Coast to enjoy. This theme park has it all! With rides for the thrill-seeking teenager to enjoyable experiences for young children and adults alike, Dreamworld offers a great day or two […]

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A Guide to Brisbane’s Best Architecture


For a city that’s not very old at all, Brisbane has quite an impressive array of architecture, with some of the big highlights lying in its earlier-era creations. Many buildings in the Brisbane area have been lost and acquired at a faster rate than any other city in Australia. In fact, there are only two […]

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How Sydney Celebrates the Chinese New Year Festival


The Sydney Chinese New Year Festival runs every year. This year will see the 20th anniversary of such a celebration, and 2016 sees in the Year of the Monkey. Starting as just a small event with little recognition, the Sydney Chinese New Year Festival is now one of the biggest Lunar New Year celebrations held […]

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A Guide to Sydney’s Mardi Gras Festivities

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aiyoshi/Shutterstock.com Attending the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras is often considered as being an experience of a lifetime. Whether you identify as gay, bisexual, lesbian, straight, or anything in between, there’s definitely something for you to see and do during the massive amount of festivities in what is one of the most popular events […]

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Summer on the Gold Coast: Everything You Need to Know


It’s easy to see why the Gold Coast is still one of Australia’s favourite holiday destinations. In addition to some of the world’s best beaches, the region contains a wide variety of activities for the entire family. No matter what age you are and who you decide to visit the sunny Gold Coast with, there […]

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