What do you do in Perth?

Perth

So I have been invited to write a post about Perth, specifically what I would like to do there. The catch? I am in the running to win a trip for two if I come up with a list of things I would do if I visited. The problem? I have no idea! I have […]

WA road trip

Beautiful Broome

Travelling along the west coast of Australia is a road trip-enthusiast’s dream: long drives will be rewarded by incredible scenery and untouched beaches that rival some of the best in the world. From Perth to Broome, the coast is known as the Coral Coast, and en route you will pass some of these amazing sites during a […]

Fun things to do in Perth

Shoalwater Island Marine Park

By Paul White You don’t need a lot of money to enjoy adventures, entertainment and natural attractions in Perth, but it doesn’t hurt if you share the capital city’s larrikin irreverence, a deep-rooted tradition that mocks authority, disregards norms of human behaviour and delights in light-hearted and no-worries humour. The city has an amazing climate, […]

Cocktails in Cairns

By Allie Winters  There is no better way to cool off on a hot Cairns summer night than with a chilled cocktail concoction or a beautiful brew. Cairns has a great nightlife, with plenty of places to drink and dance the night away. So pop on your best suit or dress because here is a guide […]

Woodford Folk Festival 2013

How much sweat can a sweaty sweater sweat? That’s what I asked myself as I downed yet another litre of sun-warmed water at Woodford Folk Festival. As fast as I was glugging it down, it was pouring straight back out of my face. It was crazy hot, like Ryan Gosling and Channing Tatum’s impossible love child. […]

The Darling + Sokyo

The Darling

I used to think casinos were a little bit evil (and not just from an interior design point of view). But you know what? They’re no more evil than banks or insurance companies. Essentially, it’s all about what you do when you’re there. When it comes to The Star in Sydney, I am going to be […]

Win a meat tray!

You think I’m joking but I’m not. Like I said before, I loves me a competition. The Meat and Livestock Association (MLA) has launched its Lamb is for Lovers campaign. Here is the latest instalment that follows the travails of Don, the ‘Bachelor’. The MLA sent me a meat tray to trial for the season […]

Melbourne walking tour

A walking tour of Melbourne’s coolest architecture by Zofia Folkman One of the many things that make Melbourne so engaging to walk around is its blend of modern, contemporary, and heritage architecture. You’ll see the grandeur of neoclassical theatres right next door to bold, fresh designs from some of today’s most talented architects. To enjoy […]

Drunkcember

I give up. I’m not going to fight it any more. I am going to be more or less drunk for the rest of the year. I know that seems unprofessional but when you’re an editor working in the travel and events business, I swear to you, it’s inevitable. What’s more, I have forsaken my […]

Campervan – yes or no?

Have you ever been on a campervan holiday? The reason I ask is that I am going to Woodford Folk Festival over the Christmas and New Year break and I am considering hiring a campervan for it. Not only are campervans entirely waterproof; you can also lock them (last time I went to Woodford, someone went […]