2014 Gold Coast International Food, Wine & Music Festival

Once more the Gold Coast International Food, Wine and Music Festival is being held and, according to an article on visitgoldcoast.com, this year’s festival will be the biggest and best yet! Being held at various venues around the Gold Coast, the festival is a much anticipated event that showcases all the best in local food, […]

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Sydney’s 19th Biennale Celebrates Artistic Imagination

This year’s Biennale of Sydney, which is entitled ‘You Imagine What You Desire’, will focus on artistic imagination as a spiritual exploration, according to a recent article on visual.artshub.com.au. Curated by renowned Artistic Director Juliana Engberg, this year’s festival will feature an exciting and thought provoking program of events to be held at the Art […]

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How to Save Money on Your Theme Park Holiday

Visiting the theme parks on the Gold Coast is every kid’s idea of a great family holiday, and while we often don’t admit it adults have been known to have fun too. But theme parks can be expensive, particularly when you’re a family of four or more. So to help you save money on your […]

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What to do on a Rainy Day on the Gold Coast


When you’re on the Gold Coast and it begins to pour, what should you do? Take in a few of the sites that don’t require a raincoat! And on the Gold Coast, there are a lot, so here are some of our favourite ways to spend a rainy Gold Coast day: Jellurgal Aboriginal Cultural Centre […]

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Sand Sculpting Championships in Surfers Paradise

An article on visitgoldcoast.com recently reported that the Australian Sand Sculpting Championships are coming to the Surfers Paradise foreshore again, and this year’s theme is ‘Myths, Legends and Fairy Tales’. From Friday February 14th to Sunday February 16th, Australia’s best sand sculptors will battle it out to produce the most stunning creation of fable and […]

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20 Great Things To Do on the Gold Coast

A recent article on smh.com.au listed 20 great reasons to visit the Gold Coast. Things to do included: Relax poolside in a hired cabana at the Palazzo Versace. Dine on Greek cuisine at the new Hellenika restaurant. See the magnificent Sumatran tigers at Dreamworld. Try the latest GC bars – Cambus Wallace and Justin Lane. […]

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Brisbane Airport Numbers Rise

An article on travelweekly.com.au in January reported that passenger numbers through Brisbane Airport increased dramatically last year, and are set to increase even more in 2014. The Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC) attributes the rise in part to the efforts being made by Queensland state, local governments and various business groups to attract more local and […]

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Demand for Serviced Apartments on the Rise in India

There is a growing demand for serviced apartments all over India, according to a recent article on hospitalitybizindia.com. This is because many Indians are growing wealthier and are looking for more personalised accommodation alternatives than those offered by traditional hotels. Investment in India is also growing, and more international companies are sending employees there. Serviced […]

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Gold Coast Theme Parks


The Gold Coast is home to Australia’s best and biggest theme parks. If you visit the Gold Coast without at least visiting one, it just doesn’t feel right. Here we’ve outlined each theme park and why it’s a must-visit the next time you’re heading up north. Dreamworld Dreamworld has some of the best rides on […]

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Sydney’s Best Shopping


Sydney is superb for shopping and you really can’t go wrong no matter which direction of the city you choose to explore. Here are some of our favourite shopping hot spots you must check out next time you’re in town: Paddington Paddington has a great range of boutique shops like Jac+Jack and it’s also home […]

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