Australia: The Ultimate Foodie Getaway Guide

by Travelbag on 29 April 2016, 15:04PM Australia: The Ultimate Foodie Getaway Guide Are you a lover of travel and a lover of food? Why not combine the thrill of travel and the passion of food to plan your ultimate adventure, which your friends and all the food lovers will envy? We will be giving you an insight of where you need to travel to taste the fantastic flavours around the world and live the ultimate ‘foodies’ dream. Get your instagram ready for all those food photos! First up is Australia.   Australian flavours When people think of top food destinations and enticing food, Australia is not always one that springs to everyone’s mind but trust me it definitely should. The country offers such a diverse range of cuisine that will certainly not disappoint anyone’s taste buds. The main ingredients used are simple fresh shrimp, marron and...
10 'Must Do' Experiences on NSW's North Coast

10 'Must Do' Experiences on NSW's North Coast

The stunning region of NSW’s North Coast is a traveller’s paradise with lush hinterland, World Heritage-listed rainforests, a rich cultural scene and world-class food and wine experiences just waiting to be discovered. From regional art galleries, amazing local produce to hinterland adventures, Destination NSW offers these ten ‘must-do’ experiences for visitors to the North...
by Tourism New South Wales on 15 February 2016, 12:02PM



Drinking and Dining in Sydney- What's New

Drinking and Dining in Sydney- What's New

Sydney is bursting at the seams with places to eat and drink, many of them new and some of them operated by Sydney’s biggest names. Peter Gilmore’s Bennelong at the Sydney Opera House is set to open within weeks while recent openings include Sake at Double Bay, Billy Kwong in Potts Point, Tim Ho Wan in Chatswood, and Chiswick at the Gallery in The Domain.   Situated in the bac...
by Paul Hawes on 05 February 2016, 14:02PM



Great Aussie Road Trips: Victoria- Part Three

Great Aussie Road Trips: Victoria- Part Three

The Great Southern Touring Route, wild coast, bountiful wildlife & rich history The Great Southern Touring Route is a five-day round-trip offering visitors the chance to see the best of the Great Ocean Road, Grampians and Goldfields. Wind your away along the spectacular coastline, climb a summit in the magnificent Grampians National Park;  soak up the riches of the spa country's mineral...
by Bethan Smyth on 21 December 2015, 13:12PM



Matilda's Top 5 Guide to Sydney

Matilda's Top 5 Guide to Sydney

Matilda The Musical has taken to the stage in its Sydney-Australian premiere this week. To celebrate, Matilda's Top 5 Guide to Sydney, inspired by Roald Dahl's beloved character, has been released. Matilda's Top 5 Guide to Sydney: 1. Luna Park Sydney: The famous 1930s amusement park is a great spot for someone like Matilda to be an adventurous thrill-seeker. Whether riding the gut-wrenching Tang...
by Destination New South Wales on 31 July 2015, 16:07PM



Australia’s grape escape

Australia’s grape escape

Western Australia’s south west is well-known for its waves and wine, but now there is a gourmet food culture to match with truffle tours and a new beachside foodie festival. In the past whenever I thought about Australia the first thing that popped into my head was the red earth of the Outback. So it came with great surprise to be travelling through rolling green hills and lush vegetation...
by Rich Keam on 20 February 2014, 09:02AM



Experience Darwin with Malaysia Airlines

Experience Darwin with Malaysia Airlines

Travellers looking for an authentic, off the beaten track experience Down Under would do well to explore Australia’s Top End. The eclectic cultural mix of Northern Territory’s capital city Darwin, lush monsoon forests, expansive national parks teeming with unique wildlife and abundance of Aboriginal art and ancient rock galleries make it a must for adventurous souls. Until now, flight...
by Terri McCollin on 24 October 2013, 09:10AM



Swimming with whale sharks

Swimming with whale sharks

Everyone asks if it’s scary, swimming with a whale shark. Thrilling, yes, squeal-inducing, of course but there is also something really serene about gliding through the water with these giant fish. Aussie rules are quite strict when it comes to wildlife tours and only 10 people are allowed in the water at any time, so it is easy to find yourself swimming alongside a 23ft whale shark in Ninga...
by Elen Thomas on 16 October 2013, 10:10AM



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