England’s famous Barmy Army can support the England team at a new venue later this year when they take on the Chairman’s Tour XI in the iconic outback town of Alice Springs.
Fans of intrepid TV adventurer, Simon Reeve, will be glued to their sets at 9pm on Sunday 19 May for the first in his new series on BBC2, Australia. Visitors to this epic continent should follow Simon’s example and start their tour Down Under in the magnificent ‘Red Centre’.
Australia has always been a great place for families to visit. Your kids will never forget the sights they’ll witness and the things they’ll experience in this truly unique and enthralling country, which boasts the most varied and diverse natural landscapes you’re guaranteed to see in just one trip.
South Australia offers a diverse range of activities, whether exploring the ocean depths for leafy sea dragons, sharks or shipwrecks or cycling and trekking through the Outback, there are plenty of options to choose from.
Widely regarded as the most picturesque Test Cricket ground in the world, the Adelaide Oval won’t be the only draw during the second Ashes Test Match between Australia and England in December 2013.
STA Travel, the world’s leading student and youth travel company, has teamed up with Tourism Australia on a global competition offering six awe-inspiring ‘Best Job in the World’ prizes including Lifestyle Photographer, Chief Funster, Wildlife Caretaker and Park Ranger.
Calling all eco-heroes and lovers of the great outdoors – if you look good in khaki and could talk the ear off an emu, you’ll be calling cooee over this Best Job in the World.
Ayers Rock Resort has undergone a complete revitalisation including a A$30 million refurbishment, the introduction of a comprehensive range of free daily Indigenous guest activities, a new premium under the Stars dining experience, a star gazing tour and much more.
The finest Australian cuisine in an unsurpassed setting is precisely what guests will experience at the 'Best of Australia at qualia' Great Barrier Feast event from 12-14 July 2013.
Sydney is certainly one of the most beautiful places to visit in the world, but if your time is short in this wonderful city, then you’re going to struggle to make a decision on what spectacular sights to see.
Over the last 35 years Sydney's iconic Mardi Gras parade has evolved from a march down Oxford Street, to one of Australia's largest festivals - a three-week long celebration across the city featuring epic parties, community events and of course, the world famous street parade which now features some 10,000 marchers.
Guests will now have the option to see Lizard Island and its surrounds in style following the decision to base two helicopters on arguably Australia’s most luxurious island resort.
Lizard Island’s new Executive Chef Anthony Healy is preparing a week-long culinary Christmas season celebration this year.
Queenstown’s reputation as one of New Zealand’s most popular walking and hiking destinations has been further enhanced this summer with the launch of a new network of trails.
The annual turtle nesting season is set to begin on Queensland’s Heron and Wilson Islands, with an abundance of green turtles coming ashore to nest on these two Great Barrier Reef coral cays.
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