Australia/Oceania

Australia is the smallest of the seven continents and covers about 5.6% of Earth’s landmass. In Oceania there are 14 countries and a number of dependent territories. That’s a huge variety to cover and read about.

Australia is the smallest of the seven continents and covers about 5.6% of Earth’s landmass. In Oceania there are 14 countries and a number of dependent territories. That’s a huge variety to cover and read about.

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Discover Aboriginal Experiences collective welcomes four new members

Borrgoron Coast to Creek Tours and Kingfisher Tours in Western Australia, and Bundyi Cultural Tours and Wajaana Yaam Adventure Tours in New South Wales, have joined Discover Aboriginal Experiences – a collective of quality, authentic Aboriginal guided tourism offerings

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Maldives views Western Australian style

Your choice of luxury holiday accommodation in the south west’s most sought-after locations has expanded with five stunning new holiday homes added to Private Properties’ impressive portfolio.

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Cruise Traveller releases exclusive package with free business class flights

Cruise Traveller has released a new package for August 2022 that pairs free business class flights and hotel stays with an ultra-luxury voyage exploring the wild, rarely visited places and islands along almost the entire Western Australian coastline between Darwin and Perth.

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A view to a thrill in Melbourne

I walk in to a view of Melbourne’s CBD metropolis all the way to St Kilda beach and Port Melbourne with the Yarra snaking its way through the city of lockdowns. I can spy the MCG, the Australian Open Tennis Centre, Melbourne Victory’s stadium, Federation Square, The Concert Hall and every other iconic Melbourne institution.

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Iconic Queensland Island offers up to 40% discounts

The ‘Whitsundays Welcome’ is back to offer guests an all-inclusive stay featuring a five-night stay (in choice of room or suite), luxury transfers for two from Hamilton Island, and daily breakfast for two in the ocean-facing Pacific restaurant.

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The top 10 secret reefs of the Great Barrier Reef

Queensland has finally opened her borders for all Australians to enjoy our sunshine state and in 2021 there will be some wonderful offerings to put on the list.

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Ponant showcases Australia in eight new journeys

PONANT has announced the return of two of its modern fleet of small luxury expedition ships, Le Lapérouse and Le Soléal, to Australian waters in 2021. The itineraries will cover Australia for Australians.

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Valentine’s Day in the time of COVID

Ok. So some of us are not into Valentine’s Day and some of us are more into anti-Valentine’s Day but in the time of COVID let’s show a little love and make this one a special day whether for you and your hooman or pamper your pet.

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Queensland opens with luxury offerings in 2021 and 2022

Queensland has finally opened her borders for all Australians to enjoy our sunshine state and in 2021 there will be some wonderful offerings to put on the list.

A hidden guest house in Byron Bay

Byron Bay is located on the far north eastern corner of NSW. Surrounded by some of the cleanest surf waves in Australia, it’s bordered by lush farms and hinterland. It’s also home to Australia’s most Eastern point, made iconic by the ‘Cape Byron Lighthouse’.

Best Queenstown Experiences You Can Have in Spring & Summer

Who doesn’t like to live like a local? The Rees Hotel’s concierge team has put their heads together for some tips for your next visit to Queenstown which will hopefully be soon!

Luxury in the Northern Territory

The borders are opening and it’s time to get red. Here are our top three places for a luxurious sojourn in the NT.