Topic: Destinations

Avoca Beach – easily accessible from Sydney

Just 95 km north of Sydney is the delightful Avoca Beach.

Avoca BeachMaintaining a small beachside town feel, it is an ideal getaway destination for couples and families.

The main beach features magnificent rocky headlands at each end, with a choice of main surf or protected swimming for kids at the southern end in the natural lagoon. There is a surf school for those wanting to master the art of riding a surfboard on long rolling waves over the clear water. The beach is patrolled for your safety.

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Mollymook – a great NSW coastal escape

The Beach At Mollymook

Just three hours south of Sydney, so suitable for a weekend away or a longer stay, is the lovely NSW seaside town of Mollymook.

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Fancy staying on a Super Yacht?

It is not every day that when looking at holiday accommodation, even for one night, that you can choose a super yacht.

pacific Gemm Luxury yacht

5 star Luxury Afloat

If you are traveling to Queenstown, New Zealand, then you have this opportunity – stay aboard the Pacific Jemm that cruises the day on Lake Wakatipu and anchors each night.

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Doonan, a Sunshine Coast hinterland alternative

If you are not into sun, sand and surf, Queensland’s Sunshine Coast still have plenty to offer along it’s expansive hinterland.

doonan, qld, accommodation

One of the accommodation choices!

Just inland from Noosa (an easy 15 minute drive to all that Noosa offers and about the same distance to the west is Eumundi with its famous markets) is Doonan, a tropical rural area that has a number of options for accommodation, including one where clothing is even optional!

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Paradise Resort Gold Coast Amazing offer

Discount Booklet Offer

From just $125* per night 


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Cairns hosts first DoubleTree by Hilton in Queensland

Twin Guest RoomHilton Worldwide has announced the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Cairns. The 237-room Cairns hotel, formerly a Holiday Inn, occupies an exceptional waterfront location on the Coral Sea in the vibrant city of Cairns. The hotel also marks the fourth DoubleTree by Hilton in Australia and the 400th hotel in the brand’s global portfolio.

“Guests at DoubleTree by Hilton Cairns can look forward to experiencing the brand’s signature service in the tropical surrounds of Far North Queensland,” said John Greenleaf, global head, DoubleTree by Hilton. “The opening of this hotel further cements our commitment to the Australian market. We know that the little things mean everything when it comes to a rewarding travel experience and strive to bring each guest the special comforts and acts of kindness that are unique to the brand – starting with a warm chocolate chip cookie welcome at check-in and continuing throughout every aspect of a guest’s stay.”

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Franz Joeseph is popular at any time of year

Franz Joseph township and it adjacent glacier is a popular over night stopping point for tourists doing the New Zealand South Island circuit.


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Siesta Cottage, Lorne, Vic


Courtesy betchaboy via Flickr

Just a 7-minute drive from the heart of Lorne, Siesta Cottage is set amongst bush land and offers filtered ocean views. Shed the city stresses  and enjoy a stroll through the National Park to the rugged beach, just a 10-minute walk away.

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Observatory Holiday Apartments – Coffs Harbour


Coffs Harbour Trip 2005
Image via rewindyourtime

Once the banana capital of Australia, but now almost as famous for growing blueberries, Coffs Harbour, NSW, offers a perfect year-round climate.

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Rothbury Escape Bed and Breakfast – Hunter Valley, NSW

 Rothbury Escape Bed and Breakfast

Delightful scenery

Set on 20 acres of gardens in the heart of the Hunter Valley, Rothbury Escape offers free continental breakfast and a guest lounge with a fireplace.

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