With its ties to politics, planning and public servants and its lack of beaches, big city nightlife and soul, Canberra is often overlooked as being Sydney and Melbourne’s less exciting little sister. But dig a little deeper and Canberra may not be as boring as you think... Find out today why not.
Adelaide, the elegant and cultural capital of South Australia is a city of free-spirited and free-thinking people. Located on the Torrens River and surrounded to the east by Mt Lofty Ranges the city is renowned for its rich cultural diversity, historic buildings, wine growing regions, live music scene, year round festivals and gastronomic delights. It is Australia’s most environmentally sustainable cities due to abundance of greenery.
Portugal has been on my list of destinations for years now, and I’ve heard lots of good things about Faro in the Algarve. So, if, like me, you’re a soon-to-be first time visitor flying off to Faro, what should we see and do?
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What is the best place to celebrate the New Year's Eve in Sydney and to see fireworks? Careful planning is recommended in order to avoid inconvenience and have the best possible New Years. Here are our tips on how to have a drama free New Years in Sydney.
In winter the weather is stable. -1 at night and +10 at noon. The sky is blue and the sun is there. Not many clouds, and when they cover the sun it becomes chilly very quickly. So everybody wears proper wear. It is rather easy to have it a proper way when the weather is chilly almost all the time.
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Gibraltar, an island situated off the southern coast of Spain, has an entire network of limestone caves just waiting to be investigated. Find out more about this fascinating geological spectacle.
Singapore is famed for many things, from its impressive modern skyscrapers to its rich and diverse food culture which attracts tourists from around the world. Here is a small selection of the best.
Unlike nearly every other Australian city, Sydney’s icons are recognisable throughout the world, and it sometimes seems a great deal of visiting tourists drop by for precisely that reason. All too often it’s a meet and greet, seeing tourists loving and leaving all within a few kilometres of the city’s CBD (Central Business District), hurriedly ticking the star attractions off their lists without ever exploring what lays beyond the surface. Venture to Sydney’s lesser-known and rarely visited corners with this guide to the hidden hotspots of the Harbour City, from inner city centres to beachside gems.