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WA’s best wildflower season in a decade

The 2018 wildflower season is shaping up to be the best and biggest blooming display the Coral Coast region has seen in the past decade. Botanical experts from Perth’s Kings Park, in addition to wildflower enthusiasts residing in Western Australia’s Coral Coast region, have forecast the season will commence in early August with

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Virgin partner with Red Cross to help Aussie farmers

Virgin Australia has announced a partnership with the Australian Red Cross to support struggling farmers and communities who are affected by severe drought. Passengers onboard Virgin Australia will be able to make donations in an effort to support Australian farmers who are affected by the severe drought conditions that are devastating

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Emirates celebrates 10 years of A380 & flydubai merger

Emirates is, this month, celebrating 10 years of A380 operations, announcing a merger alongside airline flydubai that combines their respective loyalty programmes into Emirates Skywards. Over the 10 years of operation, Emirates has grown to be one of the world’s largest operator of the A380 aircraft, flying to 49 cities on

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Glacier Bay named top cruise destination

Cruise Critic has announced the full list of winners of its third annual Cruisers’ Choice Destination Awards, naming Glacier Bay in Alaska the world’s most popular cruise destination. Glacier Bay received the highest ratings among cruise destinations across the globe, with Celebrity Cruises and Viking Ocean Cruises winning multiple Big Cruise

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Warner Bros. and Etihad to boost tourism in Abu Dhabi

Etihad Airways and Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi have announced a three-year partnership encompassing several collaborations aimed at increasing tourism to Abu Dhabi. The world’s first indoor Warner Bros. theme park recently opened its doors on the 25th of July and is located on Yas Island – a 15-minute drive from

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Tourism in Solomon Islands just got even better

Tourism in Solomon Islands is making strides to increase its profile on the international tourism stage with the introduction of a new tourism program. The newly introduced Minimum Standards and Classification for Tourism Accommodation program has been put in place to implement a vital improvement of standards in Solomon Island’s tourism

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Captain Cook Cruises Fiji Reduces Plastics

After successfully launching their Ocean Ambassador Program in 2017, Captain Cook Cruises Fiji is continuing its environmentally friendly policies by eliminating as much single use plastic items onboard small ship MV Reef Endeavour and on Tivua Island. Plastic drinking straws will no longer be available onboard, with an optional recyclable paper

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Virgin Australia enhances trans-tasman flights

Virgin Australia have upped the ante on their trans-tasman flights, unveiling a suite of enhancements to make the journey to New Zealand even more comfortable for Australian travellers. From 28 October, all Virgin Australia guests flying to Auckland, Christchurch, Queenstown, Wellington and Dunedin will receive: A substantial meal and drink included

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NCL joins cruise industry in reducing plastic use

Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd (NCL) has joined in on the fight to reduce the use of plastics. The cruise company which operates the Norwegian Cruise Line, Oceania Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises brands, announced the important next step in its efforts to reduce its environmental impact by eliminating single-use

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