The travel bug is a tough one combat, but don't worry as we are here to help. Here are 10 tips of how to entertain your travel bug at home in preparation for when you can begin exploring the world again!
Does your heart sink when those big, droopy eyes catch your gaze as your dog realises it won’t be joining you on holiday? We understand that for many people their pooch is just another member of the family, so we've chosen a range of dog friendly accommodation to help you plan your next getaway... for you AND your four-legged friend.
Looking for an adventure (and accommodation) that the whole family will love? Then look no further! We’ve selected our top 10 family-friendly stays outside of the big cities that will cater for all your family holiday needs. From amazing swimming pools, interactive kids’ clubs, animal encounters, kid-friendly dining and activities that are sure to make you feel welcome. These resorts, hotels and lodges are easy to get to and have something for everyone.
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You don’t have to be a Sydneysider to enjoy the best day trips from Sydney. Just jump in the car and within a couple of hours you can find yourself in some of the most beautiful spots in the state. Spoilt for choice? Yes, we know. So we’ve hand-picked a selection of the best day trips from Sydney featuring quaint villages, seaside hangouts and mountain escapes.
To help you make the most of your 2021 public holidays, we’ve put together a handy quick-reference long weekend guide for where you should be taking annual leave to get more days off and enjoy more long weekends.
Goodbye 2020 and hello 2021! Our wanderlust is set to continue and based on our destination search trends between September and December 2020, the New Year is yet to bring more great homegrown holidays on Australian soil. Long European summers are swapped for road trips around Australia, sporadic weekend trips to Bali are replaced by weekends away in the country, and long-haul flights are traded in for flights to nowhere in our own backyard. Check out the top 10 trending destinations for 2021!
It’s not too late to start planning and packing for a good old fashioned summer holiday on home turf. From the beaches, to the outback and city and outer regions, we’ve handpicked our top 10 last minute Australian summer holiday destinations, perfect for you and the whole family. So, what are you waiting for? Start planning your Aussie Summer Holiday today.
You can't visit the beautiful islands of Thailand right now but you can transport yourself there from home with this virtual trip! Discover this fascinating destination: try cooking Thai cuisine, test your language skills with local Thai phrases, watch some of the best films set in Thailand and immerse yourself in a virtual tour of the Grand Palace in Bangkok.
The coronavirus is changing the future of travel and the airline industry has been forced to change with it. As much as everyone wants to know "when can we fly again?", the real burning question is: "is it safe to fly?” In an effort to prepare for the world taking to the skies again and to make fliers feel as safe as possible when they do, many airlines and airports are undertaking new health and safety measures as a direct response to covid-19. These safety measures include deep cleaning mandatory masks, temperature checks, HEPA Filters, aircraft ventilation, changed seat arrangements and social distancing.
While you currently may be unable to visit Seoul, you can now explore this amazing metropolis from the safety of your home. Discover an electrifying destination: speak like a local, learn a new recipe, immerse yourself in a virtual tour, and feel the “k-pop beat" with a Seoul-inspired playlist.
In late December, 2019, reports emerged about a novel coronavirus circulating in Wuhan, China. Since that time, travellers have been shocked by the speed and extent of the outbreak. As the situation on the ground develops rapidly, we have put together this brief summary covering the current scientific consensus regarding the virus (known officially as 2019-nCoV), efforts to combat the outbreak, and things travellers can do to keep themselves safe.