Vacations Staff

Goby the Fish: Meet the only fish that should eat plastic

Meet the only fish that should eat plastic

Meet Goby the Fish; the only fish that should plastic. Goby is an initiative by W Bali - Seminyak to help reduce plastic waste in Indonesia's oceans.
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Australian Outback photo safari: The photographic trip of a lifetime

The photographic trip of a lifetime

Frontiers International Travel will be hosting an exclusive 14-day photo safari that will take guests through the Australian Outback by private jet.
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Parrtjima Festival returns to Alice Springs

Light festival returns to Alice Springs

The Parrtjima Festival – a proud showcase of the nation’s rich Indigenous culture and history – is lighting up Alice Springs from 5 - 14 April 2019.
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Qantas Sydney - Bangkok Business Class review

Qantas Sydney – Bangkok Business Class review: comfort and service

Heavenly flatbeds, five-star service and Neil Perry’s incredible menu make this one journey that’s as exciting as the destination.
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Cowboys, grapes and Southern charm

Cowboys, grapes and Southern charm

The North Texas town of Grapevine possesses an inherent charm that’s as difficult to resist as a Stetson hat is to a Cowboy.
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The Beverly Hills Hotel unveils a new Marilyn Monroe-inspired bungalow

Hotel unveils Marilyn Monroe bungalow

The Marilyn Monroe bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel offers a reflection on some of the more playful elements of her most celebrated movie roles.
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Hydro Majestic Hotel review: history, scandal and extravagance

The Hydro Majestic Hotel: history, scandal and extravagance

The Hydro Majestic Hotel is a NSW institution with an absolutely fascinating history. It strikes a balance between old-world charm and modern services.
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Silver Muse’s luxurious spa offers locally-inspired treatment

Silver Muse’s luxurious spa offers locally-inspired treatment

A special spa treatment onboard Silversea Cruises’ Silver Muse is providing passengers with a locally-inspired way to relax as they sail the high seas.
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A Little Bit of Italy in Broke: the Mediterranean meets the Hunter Valley

A Little Bit of Italy in Broke

New South Wales’ Hunter Valley region is set to get a taste of the Mediterranean this April when the A Little Bit of Italy in Broke festival kicks off.
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The world-travelling Gelato Festival to kick off this month

The world-travelling Gelato Festival begins

The “most authoritative event in the world dedicated to Italian artisanal gelato” – the Gelato Festival – is back, kicking off in Miami in March.
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