Wot’s Your Journey? Research reveals who we are and how we’re travelling

On November 22, 2017 at 10:54 PM

·       Two thirds of us see a holiday in Australia as an opportunity to reinvest in the local economy and support regional or rural communities

·       Over half of us opt for destinations which allow us to pursue passions – food topping the list!

·       Over a quarter of us take a trip to learn more about ourselves Read more

Travel Yourself Better with a Spring Break

On September 01, 2017 at 12:00 AM

·       96% of Australians feel recharged after a holiday, yet their post-holiday recharge feeling only lasts an average of 3.2 days

·       Taking a mini-break in spring revealed as the optimal time to recharge the batteries

·       Over two thirds of Australian workers experience greater tolerance in the workplace after a holiday Read more

Aussie families search for sand and snow these school holidays

On June 19, 2017 at 07:08 AM

·    Aussie interest in Ho Chi Minh City doubles (195%)

·    Families seek cool respite with demand for Mount Buller up 45%

·    Queensland remains Australia’s favourite home-away-from-home

SYDNEY, 19 June 2017: While Queensland’s pristine beaches remain the most popular mid-year holiday choice, this year’s Wotif.com July school holidays data reveals Aussie families are beginning to buck the trend, with Australian ski fields in for a bumper season, and an increased interest in warmer climates overseas.   Read more

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From the coast to the countryside: Wotif reveals New South Wales’ most popular Easter destinations

On April 06, 2017 at 12:00 AM

Sydney, 6 April, 2017: With the Easter long weekend around the corner, leading online travel site Wotif.com has revealed the ten most popular New South Wales holiday destinations, with the Central Coast claiming the number one spot in the state and nabbing the sixth position nationally.   

According to Wotif.com the most in demand New South Wales Easter long weekend destinations, ex capital cities*, are:

1.     Central Coast (#6 nationally)

2.     Byron Bay (#7 nationally)

3.     Wollongong (#8 nationally)

4.     Hunter Valley (#9 nationally)

5.     Newcastle

6.     Blue Mountains Read more

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Queensland still golden: Australia’s top holiday destinations this Easter

On April 06, 2017 at 12:00 AM

6 April, 2017: With the Easter long weekend around the corner, leading online travel site Wotif.com has revealed the most in demand Queensland holiday destinations, with the Gold Coast taking out number one spot at both state and national levels.

The most in demand Queensland regional Easter long weekend destinations*, according to Wotif.com are:

1.     Gold Coast (#1 nationally)

2.     Sunshine Coast (#2 nationally)

3.     Cairns (#4 nationally)

4.     The Whitsundays (#5 nationally)

5.     Port Douglas

*Full national list can be found below. Read more

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