Flight Centre Travel Blog

Sep 4 2015

Ultimate Honeymoon Hideaways

Angela Griffin

Looking for the ultimate beach-side honeymoon? Look no further – here are our top suggestions for a relaxing and peaceful stay in the world’s most beautiful beach hotels: Mauritius LUX* Grand Gaube Tucked away by the quiet fishing village of Grand Gaube on the … Continue reading

Sep 3 2015

Where to Celebrate New Year’s Eve in Australia

Rachel Surgeoner

This post originally appeared on Flight Centre Australia’s blog It’s never too early to start thinking about your NYE plans. Flying by the seat of your pants all too often means spending another year on the couch watching the fireworks on the TV. Get together … Continue reading

Sep 2 2015

The Chase is On: Follow Summer Around the Globe

Alexandra Gregg

Sad that summer is almost over? Or mourning the fact that we barely had one again? Well never fear: no matter what month or time of day it is in Old Blighty, somewhere in the world, summer is still going strong and we wouldn’t blame … Continue reading

Sep 1 2015

Dubai’s 7 Best Brunches

Hazel Plush

Every Friday afternoon, Dubai’s top restaurants serve a four-hour feast of incredible food and free-flowing drinks in the city’s most spectacular locations. Dubai expat Hazel Plush reveals which ones to splash out on. 1. Best for… foodies Fork & Cork brunch, Anantara the Palm … Continue reading

Aug 31 2015

15 Queensland Places to Free Your Inner Mermaid

Ashton Rigg

This post originally appeared on Flight Centre Australia’s blog Let’s face it: most young girls (and I daresay a number of young boys) dream of sprouting scaly tails and becoming mermaids and mermen. Merpeople, if you will. But somewhere along the line, when imagination has to give … Continue reading

Aug 28 2015

Noosa on Foot: Swap the Car Keys for Walking Boots

Jason Dutton-Smith

This post originally appeared on Flight Centre Australia’s blog In the process of planning my recent Noosa getaway, it dawned on me that my last visit to the popular Sunshine Coast hamlet in Queensland had been more than two years ago. How I could … Continue reading

Aug 27 2015

Discover the Best Places in the World with Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist

Alexandra Gregg

Last week the definitive coffee table book graced the Flight Centre editorial desk. It caused intrigue, debate over a pizza lunch, and inspired us all to book our next holidays. Yep, you guessed it, that wondrous tome was Lonely Planet’s latest: the Ultimate Travelist. … Continue reading

Aug 26 2015

Spotting Unmissable Wildlife in Malaysia

Tessa Watkins

Malaysia evokes images of postcard-perfection. Think on it for a moment and no doubt your mind will conjure up pictures of breathtaking natural beauty, endless sandy beaches, lush rainforests and the glittering Andaman Sea. This is a truly captivating destination explains Tessa Watkins, not to … Continue reading

Aug 25 2015

Getting More Bang for your Buck: The Best Currencies Right Now

Alexandra Gregg

On a budget? Travel doesn’t always have to break the bank. One way to cut your holiday costs – if you’re not fussy about your destination, that is – is to let serendipity take hold and go where the best exchange rates are. We’ve … Continue reading

Aug 24 2015

6 Things to Know Before Campervanning Around New Zealand

Angela Griffin

Wide-open landscapes, unbeatable tarmac and endless mountains, coupled with a wide choice of campsites and some beautiful wild camping spots, make New Zealand the perfect choice for a campervanning holiday. To make your campervan adventure go as smoothly as possible, make sure you’re in the … Continue reading