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Great news (except for VIC – sorry, folks) – the Queensland borders are back open, baby! 🎉 And just in case you’d forgotten why Sunshine State getaways are so fantastic, as a very proud QUEENSLANDER, I’m here to share 10 reasons why Queensland holidays are the absolute best. 1. All the Big Things That’s right, …

Sausage sizzle

Heads up! Due to COVID-19, government restrictions are in constant review and travel guidelines may change between when you make your booking and when you travel. We strongly recommend that all travellers seek further information about destinations and attractions before visiting, take extra care and follow all rules to ensure their own health and safety.

Image of a fireplace at Pumphouse Point

We might be a sunburnt country, but our winters are gorgeous. Toasting marshmallows around a fire or sinking into a steamy spa banishes any winter blues we might have. All you need is the right place to do it. Come with us now and cosy up at one of these 10 getaways. 1. QT Falls …

Woman standing at Uluru

Some people are seriously bummed about not being able to travel overseas this year. But not me. I’m thrilled to have some dedicated Oz holiday time – and I plan to make the most of it. Here are eight reasons why I’m stoked to only be travelling in Australia this year. 1. Australia is MASSIVE …

First of all, before we say anything else, I have a confession to make. I always thought being an Australian and celebrating Halloween was meant to be selling out. Doesn’t it make you officially un-Australian and a basic witch? Not according to our blog editors, who say this is the one time of the year …

How accurate is your mental map of the world? If you’re a geography whiz, you can probably pick lots of countries by their outlines. But would you know if we tweaked those outlines slightly (or a lot)? Because that’s exactly what we’ve done – at least, for some of these countries. Take this 10-question quiz …

Have you heard the news? Maryborough, QLD is a finalist in our Festival of Wot competition. They’re competing for a chance to win their own Festival of Redheads, which you might find a little surprising. What have redheads got to do with Maryborough? Well, it all makes sense once you learn a little of this …

You don’t need a reason for a getaway to Clare Valley, South Australia. It’s one of Australia’s oldest wine regions and home to gorgeous scenery, amazing restaurants, and more than 40 fantastic cellar doors. But if you’d like one, we’ve got a corker: Clare Valley is a finalist in our Festival of Wot competition and …