Sydney's stunning walking trails can be experienced for the first time on new guided walking tours designed to showcase the natural beauty of Australia's largest city.
In what could possibly be the biggest technological announcement since the moon landing, Google will today reveal the launch of underwater Street View for Google Maps.
Formula 1 star, Mark Webber, has released details of the course for his charity adventure race, the Swisse Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge, which will take place from 28 November to 2 December, immediately after the Brazil round that ends the 2012 season.
Malaysia Airlines has launched its end-of-summer sale, with fantastic value return fares from London Heathrow to 25 destinations in Southeast Asia and Australasia available for bookings made between 24th August and 17th September 2012 for selected travel dates up to 30th June 2013.
Intrepid Travel has added sailing in the Whitsunday Islands and trekking the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea to its Australia & New Zealand programme for 2013.
Almost two years on from the wide scale floods that affected much of the city centre, Brisbane’s food scene has capitalised on the opportunity to regenerate its waterfront and embrace new restaurants and bars.
Down Under is on the way ‘up’ with its most iconic city, Sydney, claiming the top spot as the nation’s most desired 'City Break' destination.
Visitors to South Australia can now whet their appetites on an authentic Aussie Outback experience - the Flying Outback Pub Crawl which serves up stunning scenery and a refreshing way to meet the locals over some 'amber nectar' at favourite watering holes.
Melding two of Sydney's grandest and most prominent historical buildings, QT Hotels & Resorts is excited to announce the city jewel of the QT crown, the opening of QT Sydney - set to open its doors in September this year.
Margaret River, one of Australia's top food and wine regions, will showcase its gourmet experiences at a new festival, the Gourmet Escape, from 22-25 November 2012.
With an 8.9% drop in UCAS applications for 2012, many are heralding the ‘return of the gap year’ for this year’s school leavers, who are faced with the new, higher tuition fees of up to £9,000 per year.
With one in three (77%) young Brits enticed to follow their dreams abroad, and over two thirds (70%) of 16-24 year olds moving overseas to find adventure and new experiences, Queensland offers a variety of experiences to satisfy every UK backpacker.
Swim with whale sharks, spot saltwater crocodiles, and heli-picnic in the wilderness with Scott Dunn's new tailor-made itinerary to Western Australia.
Kangaroo Island Art Feast opens on Friday evening on the 28 September. The 10-day Art Feast celebrates the art, food and wine of Kangaroo Island.
The Gold Coast is the place to be in the upcoming months, with many choosing the region’s soothing winter sunshine to counter the cooler climates and drizzly skies of a UK “summer”.
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