Australia’s Famous Reef Island $50 million Redevelopment

Tweet Daydream Island Resort and Spa’s owners China Capital Investment Group (CCIG) has announced a more than $50-million-dollar redevelopment which will see significant infrastructure upgrades to the popular Whitsunday tropical island resort. The works will see the resort closing in … Continue reading →

Fly to Australia from Just £429 Including Taxes!

Tweet Flight Centre offering incredible promotional fare to Perth, Sydney and Melbourne this Australia Day In celebration of Australia Day, Flight Centre, the world’s number one travel agent to Australia, is offering customers the chance to snap up return fares … Continue reading →

Avis Car Rental Mobile App For Australia

Tweet On Tuesday, Avis Car Rental announced that it is expanding its mobile app’s innovative offerings to the Australian market. Car rental customers in Australia will now be able to use their smartphones to experience complete and unprecedented control over … Continue reading →

What’s New in Australia’s Outback for 2017

Tweet DISCOVER AUSTRALIA’S OUTBACK IN 2017 Tourism Northern Territory, Australia’s Outback is excited to announce the latest travel and destination developments of late 2016 and 2017. Read along for the Territory’s latest travel and tourism developments. Explore the Northern Territory’s … Continue reading →

What’s New in Australia’s Outback for 2017

Tweet DISCOVER AUSTRALIA’S OUTBACK IN 2017 Tourism Northern Territory, Australia’s Outback is excited to announce the latest travel and destination developments of late 2016 and 2017. Read along for the Territory’s latest travel and tourism developments. Explore the Northern Territory’s … Continue reading →

2017 News from Australia’s Great Southern Rail

Tweet Great Southern Rail, the company behind Australia’s two iconic cross continental rail experiences, namely The Ghan (Darwin to Adelaide and vice versa) and The Indian Pacific (Sydney to Perth and vice versa) has announced the following news for 2017: … Continue reading →