Celebrate true love with a road trip along The Coral Coast highway for a romantic getaway Nothing beats a romantic getaway with your significant other. Whether you’re looking to plan a special anniversary trip or a quick couple’s escape, Western Australia is the ideal location to bring your romance to life.
By Tourism Western Australia on September 11, 2019
Set off on your adventure by flying into Perth and explore these top spots in the Golden Outback.
By Tourism Western Australia on August 1, 2019
If you have never experienced waiting in line for an hour just to get bubble tea (Taiwanese tea-based drink), we need to do some serious discussion
By Nadjwa Tajudin on June 17, 2019
A local’s guide on where to eat, drink and play whilst in Perth
By Tourism Western Australia on June 17, 2019
Traveling is one of life’s greatest pleasures, and definitely a luxury we should not take for granted. This June, as we commemorate World Environment Day and World Oceans Day, it is the perfect opportunity to take a step back and consider the impact we have on Mother Earth
By Hilton Worldwide on June 17, 2019
If you’re one of these people or about to be, we suggest you to visit the following offbeat museums for a different Eid experience!
By Nadjwa Tajudin on May 29, 2019
If being immersed in a good book could sweep you away into another world, how about reading a good book amidst a spectacular place? Read on to find out the seven bewitching libraries where you can visit to take your reading experience to a different level!
By Nadjwa Tajudin on April 24, 2019
Malaysia is back in Australia as it prepares for Visit Malaysia 2020 (VM 2020), a landmark campaign that’s targeted to bring in 30 million international tourists and approximately AUD34.39 billion (RM100 billion) in tourist receipts.
By Tourism Malaysia on April 8, 2019
Here is a list of the six most Instagrammable exhibits to check out at Vivid Sydney from Friday 24 May to Saturday 15 June 2019.
By VIVID Sydney on April 1, 2019
Think Tasmania is a daytime destination? Spotlighting for wildlife and the mysterious Southern Lights will change your mind. Australia’s island state is not just about beaches either. Tasmania is home to diverse landscapes from glacial lakes, mountains and beaches to ancient caves and rainforests.
By Tourism Tasmania on March 29, 2019
The Australian premiere production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child officially opened at Melbourne’s Princess Theatre.
By Visit Victoria on March 15, 2019
Darren Sylvester’s works – known for their pop culture and multinational brand references – will be on display at The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia
By Visit Victoria on March 15, 2019
Autumn season often come to mind and one of the best places to experience this spellbinding season is an extraordinary Western Australia.
By Tourism Western Australia on March 8, 2019
Accor has chosen Australia as the first Asia Pacific market to expand its partnership with sbe outside of the US and bring its luxury lifestyle hospitality brand, Hyde to its shores.
By AccorHotels on March 8, 2019
Known as the cultural capital of Australia, Melbourne dazzles with coffee culture and aesthetic charms that is perfect if you’re flying solo!
By Haifa Hasim on March 7, 2019
If you are looking for a new destination to visit in 2019, skip the usual suspects and head to exotic Broome in Western Australia for a richer and more diverse experience.
By Tourism Western Australia on February 14, 2019
Perth Festival opens in spectacular style this weekend by transforming Perth’s beloved Kings Park into a nocturnal wonderland
By Perth Festival on February 12, 2019
The beauty and grandeur of Western Australia means that Australia’s largest state hides surprises all year around, but Spring (September to November) brings on mild weather, clear blue skies and sprawling wildflowers that makes it a delight to visit.
By Tourism Western Australia on October 10, 2018
The world’s largest festival of light, music and ideas, Vivid Sydney returns in 2018 with a spectacular new precinct at Luna Park, the return of much-loved Customs House, and a fantastical blend of everyday objects and Australian-inspired motifs on the sails of the Sydney Opera House. Minister for Tourism and Major Events, Adam Marshall said, “Vivid Sydney has delighted and inspired people from around Australia and the world. With the Festival now in its 10th year, visitors and locals alike can once again expect to be mesmerised by the Vivid Sydney program, with larger installations and a gripping Music and Ideas offering, so I encourage visitors to start planning their trip early to get the most out of this year’s exciting line-up. “Over 23 nights […]
By Destination New South Wales on March 20, 2018
Givergy’s cutting-edge online bidding technology has helped to raise much needed funds for Pancare Foundation, culminating in a lunch hosted by Australian Bachelorette winner Lee Elliott, and featuring 12 Bachelorette contestants. This once in a lifetime experience was strictly limited to the 12 highest bidders of the online auction, with all money raised going to the Pancare Foundation. The winners were wined and dined by the season 2 Bachelorette contestants at Morris Jones Restaurant on Saturday 17 December 2016. To auction off the strictly limited tickets, Givergy was tasked with creating a custom online auction site where bidders could use their smartphones, tablets or laptops to access the site and bid on a seat at the lunch. The online auction raised nearly […]
By Gaya Travel on December 23, 2016
AccorHotels is pleased to announce that it has successfully reached agreement with a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (“ADIA”) to restructure a portfolio of 31 hotels (4,097 rooms) in Australia. The agreement involves a portfolio which was purchased by the ADIA subsidiary in 2013 and operated by AccorHotels. Under the restructure of the portfolio of 31 hotels: AccorHotels will convert 15 triple-net leases into 50 year management agreements and extend the management term of one hotel also to 50 years (total 16 hotels); AccorHotels (HotelInvest) will acquire the real estate of the remaining 15 ibis and ibis Budgetbranded properties for AUD$200 million (€137 million); “This deal is in line with our stated strategy to optimise cash flow […]
By Gaya Travel on December 22, 2016
Singapore, 22 December, 2016 – Wego.com, the leading travel search site in the Asia Pacific and Middle East, shows how you can celebrate New Year twice in one night. “When one New Year’s Eve just isn’t enough, crossing into different time zones on December 31st means you can welcome 2017 twice,” said Dean Wicks, Chief Flights Officer at Wego. “It takes 26 hours for the New Year to hit each of the 39 local time zones,” said Wicks. “It is possible however to double your celebrations and see the clock ticking over into 2017 more than once, without having to hire a private jet.” “You can’t travel faster than time, but you can come close by moving backwards across the International Date […]
By Gaya Travel on December 22, 2016
Stephen Lord, Chief Strategy Officer, has today been announced as an equity partner in creative services company KOJO. The appointment comes as the company continues to grow strongly throughout Australia. It delivers on a key strategic objective to build a succession plan to refresh KOJO’s shareholding. Dale Roberts, Chief Executive Officer at KOJO says the appointment reflects KOJO’s commitment to attracting, retaining and growing the very best talent in the country. “We have long identified the need to employ people who align with our core values and vision. Since day one, Stephen has shown he is not only an incredibly strong leader but also someone who represents everything we are as a business. “KOJO spans a diverse range of services nationally and […]
By Gaya Travel on December 13, 2016
KUALA LUMPUR, 10 NOVEMBER 2016 – British Airways is reaffirming its commitment to Malaysia with the launch of On Business loyalty programme aimed at benefiting and enabling businesses to maximise their travel budget. New members from Malaysia can enjoy a welcome bonus of triple On Business Points on the first six eligible flights within the first 12 months of the new membership*. The On Business loyalty programme, which already helped companies to save £47 million in 2015 worldwide, brings together the business loyalty programmes of three airlines – British Airways, Iberia, American Airlines and codesharepartner airlines – allowing business travellers to collect points and spend on all partnered airlines under one scheme. Members will be rewarded based on the money spent rather […]
By Gaya Travel on November 16, 2016
The Tesselaar Tulip Festival will set to dazzle and delight once again in Spring as sprawling fields of over 1 million spring flowering bulbs including 800,000 tulips bloom in the heart of the Dandenong Ranges. The Tesselaar Tulip Festival is in its 63rd year, making it one of Australia’s longest running festivals. Set on 25 acres in the magical Dandenong ranges, visitors can wander the gardens and enjoy a spectacular display of over 120 varieties of flowering tulips, with 100,000 more bulbs planted than the previous year. This year’s Tesselaar Tulip Festival celebrates the history and colour of tulips down under. The Tesselaar family has opened its farms to the public since 1954, after Cees and Johanna Tesselaar made the long voyage […]
By Gaya Travel on August 17, 2016
If QT Sydney Hotel is a man, it would probably be Chuck Bass from Gossip Girl – fun, seductive and absolutely classy. From the moment I walked in and greeted by the charming staff, I knew I have walked into something special. There is a wow factor and amazing ambiance to this hotel that sets it apart from anything I have been to; everything in the property just screams ‘sexy’. With its sleek rooms, sensual day spa and intimate restaurant, mixed with strategic location, QT Sydney promises to be perfect for girls or guys seeking a stylish mini-break. Set in upscale trendy neighbourhood of Market Street within the historic Gowings and the State Theatre buildings, QT is really a high end hip. […]
By Shahida Sakeri on December 9, 2015
Melbourne, Australia tops the annual Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Global Liveability Index for the fifth consecutive year as the world’s most liveable city. Even as the liveability scores of other cities worldwide fluctuate, Melbourne presents a picture of stability and maintains an impressive score of 97.5%.
By Jeremy Khalil on August 21, 2015
Public Transport Victoria (PTV) has introduced a Free Tram Zone that covers most of the Melbourne CBD and some of the surrounding areas, including Queen Victoria Market and Docklands. Tourists and visitors are able to travel around the city and to key attractions on Melbourne’s iconic trams for free.
By Jeremy Khalil on February 2, 2015