Weekend Ideas for Fun with the Kids In Sydney

Even if you live in Sydney, chances are you haven’t experienced everything it has to offer. Sydney100 has created a list of some of their favourite weekend activities: Climb the Harbour Bridge Pylon – Rather than taking the bridge climb, why not take the kids to do the 200 stair climb to the top of […]

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Sayonara, Singapore: G’Day, Dubai


Guangzhou and Dubai are stopover favourites for Europe-bound Aussies as the delights of cities like Singapore and Bangkok fade. The Middle East and China are hotting up as our prime stopover choices for a number of reasons, reported the Sydney Morning Herald. Airline evolution is one key driver of the shift. The rise in popularity […]

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2 Seriously Quirky But Cool Gold Coast Restaurants


The Gold Coast is a hub of activity for travellers and tourists so restaurants can do some quirky things to stand out from the crowd. Here are 2 of the Gold Coast’s weird restaurants you should really experience! Bazaar 7 Staghorn Ave, Surfers Paradise QLD Bazaar is unique as it tries to recreate an interactive […]

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15 of the Most Awesome Gold Coast Bars


The Gold Coast is a big party destination, famous for its nightlife. Yet, with so many after-dark destinations, how do you choose where to go? Here we break down some of the highlights of the Gold Coast’s coolest bars: 1. 1 two 3 Lounge Bar Shop 11 Phoenician Resort, Surf Parade, Broadbeach Lavish lounge areas […]

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4 Educational & Fun Activities for Children in Brisbane

Brisbane is a wonderful family holiday destination. As TimeOut outlines, there is far more to do than just visit the incredible beaches. Here are some great ideas to keep the kids entertained during your travels, while also teaching them something new: Visit The Queensland Art Gallery and the Gallery of Modern Art. These venues are […]

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Serviced Apartments the Preferred Choice for Employee Accommodation

In the past, businesses have often put their employees in hotels when they needed to stay overseas for business travel, or were in the transition period while an individual was relocating for work. But now, according to Relocate Magazine, serviced apartments have become the preferred choice for a number of reasons. Ross Patterson is the […]

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Brisbane Lights Up for G20 Summit


A dazzling light display will illuminate Brisbane’s buildings when thousands of delegates and media converge on the Queensland capital for the G20 summit in November. State premier Campbell Newman said the arts and culture will be a key plank of the city’s promotion during this globally important meeting. The light show will run for 17 […]

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Mr Wong’s: A Touch of Shanghai in Sydney


Tucked away in Sydney’s Bridge Street at Wynyard, Mr Wong is drawing crowds who know terrific Cantonese food when they taste it. A little piece of Shanghai in downtown Sydney, Mr Wong is a world away from lazy-Susan Chinese restaurant kitsch, wrote leading food blog, Grab Your Fork. The mood is sultry 1930’s Oriental; the […]

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How To Help Employees Save on a Business Trip

Entrepeneur Daniel Ruch was once concerned about the way that his sales employees had no real incentive to save money when it came to travel expenses. This was something he knew he had to change. “I believe that if you align the interests of employees with the interests of the company they work for, powerful […]

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5 Ways to Take the Stress Out of Business Travel

Traveling for business sounds good, but in reality it can be rather stressful. If you do it often, it can take a real toll on your mind and body as you don’t have access to your bed and other comforts of home, not to mention the fact that it takes you away from your loved […]

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