Will you be crowned Lord of the Gourds?

If you’re looking for something fun AND quirky to do this month, the Goomeri Pumpkin Festival is just the ticket! And if you take part in the Great Australian Pumpkin Roll you could be crowned Lord of the Gourds! Celebrating its 25th year, the Festival will welcome over 20,000 visitors from 27th – 30th May […]

Month long celebration announced for Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers in 2021

The multi-award-winning Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers (TCOF) has unveiled a joy-filled month-long program of celebrations for 2021. An extension of the 10-day event that has taken place in Queensland’s city on the range for the past 72 years, and a sign of the success of its COVID-19 planning. Taking centre stage over the new 30-day […]

Tourism Australia launches targeted NZ campaign

New Zealanders are being invited to take advantage of exclusive travel access to Australia and enjoy all of the experiences and destinations that have long made Australia such a highly sought-after destination among international travellers. With two-way, quarantine-free travel between the two countries to commence from Sunday 18 April 2021, Tourism Australia is kicking off […]

Jetpacks flying high over Adelaide

Jetpack Entertainment are excited to bring the water jetpacks to Adelaide for the first time in the worlds only portable pool which is 1 meter deep as part of the Erin and Soda Easter Fun Fair being held until April 25 at Veale Gardens in the Heart of Adelaide. Jetpack Entertainment are the only company […]

Here’s the four best places to saddle up in the Scenic Rim this Easter

Giddy up! Pull on your boots because here’s the four best places to saddle up in the Scenic Rim this Easter You don’t have to be a part of the Saddle Club to live out your childhood fantasies of owning and riding a horse – just head to the beautiful Scenic Rim instead! With the […]

Arts Festival makes Newcastle the place to visit this February

An intimate art gallery performance by a renowned Australian musician, an augmented reality experience celebrating indigenous culture and a discussion on women in leadership with Australia’s first female Prime Minister feature in City of Newcastle’s inaugural arts festival, New Annual. Tickets for the 10-day event, from 12 – 21 February, are on sale and the […]

Father’s Day is sorted in the Scenic Rim

From a Pterodactyl Helicopter flight to a classic country pub lunch, an Alpaca Picnic to an epic hike, a brisket and beer farm box to handmade soap for blokes, the Scenic Rim and it’s line-up of experiences, products and places delivers the perfect range of Father’s Day presents this year. Here’s the top 10 just get you […]

WhiteWater World gets ready to splash into action

With the beautiful Gold Coast weather warming up ahead of Dreamworld and WhiteWater World’s 16 September re-opening, the parks have been busy getting ready to welcome back their valued locals, making sure the water park delivers a splash-tacular experience.    WhiteWater World’s Pipeline Plunge attraction is currently undergoing a full refurbishment in preparation for the […]

Gallery: Were you snapped at Brisbane’s Big Gay Day?

Established in 2000 as a celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community and a way to raise vital funds for charities, Big Gay Day has evolved to one of Brisbane’s biggest street parties. Did our roving photographer snap you or your mates at this year’s Big Gay Day?

NSW’s Tourism Recovery Campaign with Heart

The recovery of NSW’s tourism industry from the effects of drought and bushfires is in everyone’s hands with Destination NSW launching its new marketing campaign, Now’s The Time To Love NSW. Inspired by the outpouring of global support and community-driven recovery initiatives responding to the recent bushfires, the social media-led marketing campaign will utilise user-generated […]

Canberra National Multicultural Festival kicks off Tomorrow

The 24th National Multicultural Festival is only 1 day away! The Festival is Canberra’s biggest celebration of cultural diversity and this year will run from 21-23 February. Minister for Multicultural Affairs, Chris Steel said that today’s Festival launch was a sample of what the Festival weekend is all about – a celebration of cultural diversity […]