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Here’s Where to Watch The Wallabies vs. England

Here’s Where to Watch The Wallabies vs. England

It’s coming up to June’s 3 test series between Australia and England, and if you haven’t organised where you’ll watch it from we have a few ideas for you. Get in amongst the crowd at Suncorp Stadium There are still tickets available to the 11 June event at Suncorp Stadium. The air is likely to […]

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Vivid Sydney — Your 2016 Accommodation for Vivid Sydney

https://www.meritonapartments.com.au/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/Meriton-Serviced-Apartments-Vivid-3.mp4   Your 2016 Accommodation for Vivid Sydney – Lights, Music & Ideas The countdown is on and this year’s Vivid Sydney looks set to be the best yet! Lights, music and ideas will all come together in spectacular displays across 23 nights in various locations across the city. The big question is, where to […]

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The Biggest Food Trends to Hit Sydney in 2016

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We are well into a new year, so hopefully you’ve kept with all of your resolutions. Unfortunately, if you’re like most people, you’ve let some things slide since your grand pronouncements on January 1st. Well, how about a different kind of resolution? This one doesn’t involve self-betterment, it just involves eating great food. Resolve to […]

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48 Hours in Brisbane: An Activity Guide

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Queensland’s capital, Brisbane, is the 3rd most populous city in Australia. Considering its size, it’s surprisingly somewhat of a hidden gem in Australia, often overshadowed by its larger cousins Sydney and Melbourne and the infamous outback. The fact is, however, that Brisbane is a hotbed of independent and local fashion, art, and food, and has […]

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48 Hours in Sydney: An Activity Guide

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If you’re visiting Australia, there’s no doubt you’ll be spending some time in its largest city, Sydney. Home to stunning views, beautiful beaches, trendy shopping precincts, and world-class restaurants, Sydney is the economic and cultural hub of New South Wales. Sydney is a bastion of modern tastes and culture intermingled with incredible natural parks and […]

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A Guide to the 2016 Sydney Royal Easter Show

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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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48 Hours on the Gold Coast: An Activity Guide

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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

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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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A Stress-Free Guide to Dreamworld on the Gold Coast

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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

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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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