5 of Queensland’s Best Dive Spots (that Aren’t the Great Barrier Reef)

Pair Queensland and diving and often you only get one answer: the Great Barrier Reef. Yes, its vast coral swathes and exotic waters offer some of the best scuba swims in the world, but there’s more to diving in the Australian state than this mighty … Continue reading

September 23, 2016 by Rhodri Andrews


7 of the Best Theme Parks in Orlando

The theme park capital of the world – aka Orlando, Florida – has plenty to offer visiting families, couples and friends alike. But it can also be pretty daunting if you don’t know where to begin, especially when you realise there are literally dozens … Continue reading

September 21, 2016 by Alexandra Gregg


8 Things I Wish I’d Known Before Going to Laos

When I announced my intention to visit Southeast Asia, my friends asked me heaps of questions. Which beaches are you staying at? Are you going to Angkor Wat? How long are you staying in Bangkok?  While they were all pretty clued up on Thailand, … Continue reading

September 19, 2016 by Angela Griffin


Instatraveller: the Travelling Paper Boy

We’re always jealous of people who can combine art and travel, which is why we couldn’t help but fall in love with Rich McCor’s incredible cut-outs. His Instagram account, @paperboyo, has seen a huge success since he started adding his quirky cardboard designs to worldwide … Continue reading

September 16, 2016 by Alexandra Gregg


Canada: East vs West

Whether you opt for the east and its charming, historic cities, great whale watching and delectable seafood, or the west and its wide-open spaces, bears, and chic, eclectic hubs, you’re going to have a good time in Canada. But, just in case you’re torn … Continue reading

September 15, 2016 by Alexandra Gregg


The Flight Centre Guide to Family-Friendly Holidays

You’ve got to hand it to the kangaroo. When it comes to travelling with the kids, it’s hard to beat the hands-free parenting style that comes from having a pouch. But with some careful planning and by taking advantage of the help available, there’s … Continue reading

September 14, 2016 by Flight Centre UK


Behind the Scenes: Inside the Best First Class Cabins

Ever wanted to know what it’s like to fly First Class? Or are you a First Class regular, naturally turning left whenever you set foot on a British Airways’ A380? Wherever you’re at with First Class travel, here Kat Townsend will take you behind the scenes for … Continue reading

September 13, 2016 by First & Business


A Foodie’s Guide to Brisbane

Well-established restaurants, and big name chefs serving culinary delights, and progressive players pushing the boundaries with edgy bars, espresso nooks and laneway pop-ups. It’s a combination that’s paying off for this vibrant and youthful city as it shifts up a gear to become a top … Continue reading

September 12, 2016 by Sophie Hart


How to Survive a Long-Haul Flight

For most, the phrase ‘long-haul flight’ installs immediate dread. The prospect of endless hours spent inside a metal tube, surrounded by strangers who seem intent on annoying you, whilst being subjected to the lingering smell of microwave meals, is enough to put most off … Continue reading

September 9, 2016 by Claire & Laura Jopson


Where to Chase the Northern Lights

The aurora borealis can be a crafty mistress. When darkness descends between September and March each year, she teases the skies with dancing flecks of white and twirling ribbons of green. But we never know exactly when she’s going to appear. Will she be … Continue reading

September 8, 2016 by Alexandra Gregg