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The best of Port Douglas

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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Hotel Review: Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort

You don’t need to travel to Cairns to access the Great Barrier Reef, when you can skip the hordes of tourists and have a more exclusive experience, where the reef starts at Lady Elliot Island.Lady Elliot Island is a coral cay located at the southern tip of Australia's World Heritage

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The greatest of ocean roads

Australia’s National Heritage listed Great Ocean Road stretches along the south-eastern coast of Australia between the Victorian cities of Torquay and Allansford. Its 243 kilometres of road hugs the coastline affectionately known as the Surf Coast and is one of the greatest of ocean roads.The scenic route between Torquay and Cape Otway and the Shipwreck Coast further west of Cape Otway,

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Hotel Review: Peppers Beach Club & Spa Palm Cove

Set in the heart of the charming Palm Cove village in Tropical North Queensland is the Peppers Beach Club & Spa Palm Cove. Just 20 minutes from Cairns airport and situated along the coastal drive to Port Douglas, Palm Cove is the perfect place to indulge in tropical relaxation. Palms line the

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Hotel Review: Mantra on Kent Sydney

If you are looking for sophisticated style in a central location in Sydney, then don’t look past the Mantra on Kent Street.The recent refurbishment of the property offers contemporary quality furnishings with subtle artwork to match the rooms feature colours.  If you’re only travelling with your partner or one other

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Hotel Review: Cradle Mountain Lodge

An easy two hour drive from Launceston through the scenic Tasmanian countryside you’ll find Peppers Cradle Mountain Lodge. Perched on the edge of the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain and Lake St Clair National Park, it’s safe to expect an iconic wilderness experience here, and it doesn’t disappoint.The moment you

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