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Connect with nature at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary

More than a zoo or wildlife park, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is an educational experience that is a must visit attraction on the Gold Coast. Located at the Southern end of the Gold Coast, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is an outdoor venue that connects people with nature and wildlife, providing not only an

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Northern Territory Reignites

The Northern Territory is gearing up to bring some of their biggest events and festival in August and September. The Northern Territory contains two different climates, tropical and rainforesty in the Top End and semi-arid desert towards the bottom, Red Centre. Alongside, the multitude of flight offers and travel packages to Darwin

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Sunshine Coast’s new Indigenous tour

Saltwater Eco Tours is sharing Queensland’s Sunshine Coast’s rich Indigenous heritage and spectacular coastline with the launch of a new Indigenous tour. In the Year of Indigenous Tourism, the tour celebrates the Sunshine Coast’s Indigenous heritage and marine beauty, departing from Mooloolaba in a century-old historic timber sailing vessel, Spray of

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The best of Port Douglas & Daintree

The tropical allure of Far North Queensland goes beyond just the warm weather and sunshine. It is the uncrowded beaches lines with palm trees, the azures of the ocean scattered with colourful reefs. It is the mountains covered in ancient rainforest and hidden waterfalls and swimming holes. It is that friendly

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Daydream Island Resort reopens

Daydream Island reopens today, 1 July, welcoming guests back to the island ahead of the Queensland borders re-opening. Daydream Island Resort and Living Reef is the first island in the Whitsundays region to open back up to intrastate and interstate travellers following the COVID-19 pandemic. Daydream Island Resort Chief Operating Officer, Dilip

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Alliance Airlines touches down in Whitsundays with $99 fares

The inaugural Alliance Airlines flight Brisbane to Whitsundays Coast (Proserpine) landed yesterday, welcomed by a water canon salute from two fire engines and breakfast delights inside the airport terminal. The airline will fly four times a week from Brisbane to the Whitsundays for the first time since the start of the

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