It’s time to brush up on your Aussie twang, and take a trip down under with our holiday blog dedicated to all things Australian. We’ve also included New Zealand in our blog, so in effect you get two for the price of one! Find out about national parks, local wildlife, sport, events, and the local tipple. There are plenty of tourist attractions to blog about . . . → Read More: Welcome
Good news for people who want to travel from Singapore to Perth airports on a budget, a brand new low cost airline service will be available soon. Introductory fares on Scoot airlines, which will begin on the 19th December, will start at an amazing $88 for just one way. Why is this happening now? Liza Harvey (The Tourism Minister) noted that it would be a great . . . → Read More: Scoot airline offers low cost flights from Singapore to Western Australia
New Zealand has so much to offer travellers, and with it being spread across both the North and South island it’s hard to see everyone in just one visit. One of the best spots to plan a visit to is located in the Waikato and Hamilton region. There is a city that is located just below Auckland and known for its fertile soils and very lush . . . → Read More: The wonders of New Zealand
Australia’s tourism bosses are embracing the more sophisticated impression of the country by providing various world-class wines, exotic dining locations and pristine produce. Today, at Savour Australia, a major worldwide wine industry forum in Adelaide, the new version of Australia as an improved tourist destination will be unveiled to the whole world.
Wine Australia and Tourism Australia announced that they were launching a marketing campaign whose aim . . . → Read More: Aussie tourism bosses pushing the country’s classy aspect
There are millions of Brits living all over the world, with Australia still having mass appeal. Have you ever wondered what they miss most when they head down under? Well Rightmove, the property experts, have recently held a survey which answers that question.
Top of the pile with 46% is the English countryside, beating the British sense of humour into second place with 42% whilst third place . . . → Read More: What do Brits really miss when they emigrate?
One of the cheapest ways for anyone from Australia or New Zealand to take a tour of the UK is to hire a motorhome, known as campervans in the Southern Hemisphere.
The British rail network is expensive to use and sometimes at weekends travel can become highly unpredictable; especially when the ubiquitous engineering works on the rail line take place.
With an increasing number of Brits staying in . . . → Read More: Exploring the UK in style – with a motorhome!
New York is one of the world’s most cosmopolitan and exciting cities. It houses an array of the world’s finest art, cuisine and cultural attractions but in order to get the most from your time in the city, it is important that you stay on top of one thing in particular: your health.
Despite recent attempts by the Obama Administration to pass various bills allowing for a . . . → Read More: Looking out for your health in New York
The number of visitors from the UK visiting New Zealand has risen by 3.3% when compared to the same time last year. There has been an increase in the number of international visitors arriving into the country and this sets a good foundation for the winter season.
According to the Tourism New Zealand CEO, Justin Watson, the first 6 months of the year have shown a strong . . . → Read More: New Zealand tourism on the up and up thanks to international visitors
When Aussies invite Kiwis to play at their festivals across the Ditch, many New Zealand music fans get a bit suspicious. They still remember that Keith Urban had to use a black-and-white passport when travelling.
The Nelson singer and songwriter, Aly Cook,who has been appointed as the Gympie Music Mustard’s emissary, laughs at the notion that the Aussies are trying to poach music talent from New Zealand.
Kaylee . . . → Read More: Aussie festival organisers deny poaching Kiwi musical talent
Hiring a camper van can be a great option for anyone taking a New Zealand holiday. Not only does it makes for an extremely flexible lodging option, staying in a camper van can be the best way to tour the country.if you are looking for the best possible places to visit and stay when touring around New Zealand in your camper van than look no further . . . → Read More: Touring New Zealand in a camper van
For many, a trip down under is truly a holiday of a lifetime, and in recent years New Zealand has stepped out of the shadow of its brash neighbour across the Tasman Sea and is holding its own in the tourism stakes. While very much smaller than Australia, New Zealand is nevertheless a large enough country to make it difficult to see a great deal during . . . → Read More: Visiting New Zealand in style