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The newest in eco-luxe accommodation has officially launched, with Discovery Parks – Barossa now home to the region’s own glamping experience. Nestled within a private area of the park, the 12 safari tents are majestically set among native gums with vineyard views as far as the eye can see. With the tents sharing a private […]

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Astronomy enthusiasts of all ages can discover the spectacular Australian outback sky at Ayers Rock Resort’s upcoming Uluru Astronomy Weekend on 14-16 September. Now in its fifth year, the popular event is run in partnership with the Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for All Sky Astrophysics in 3 Dimensions (ASTRO 3D) and will be […]

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With the dry season in full swing, there’s no time like the present to head to the Northern Territory. Warm days in the Top End and nights filled with spectacular starry skies in the Red Centre provide the perfect setting to see, taste, do and explore everything the Territory has to offer. Here’s a sneak […]

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AJ Hackett Bungy New Zealand co-founder Henry van Asch has revealed a world-first adventure tourism experience the “Nevis Catapult” in the Nevis Valley near Queenstown, New Zealand. The Catapult sees thrill seekers experience up to 3G of force and speeds of almost 100km per hour in 1.5 seconds, as they are propelled 150m out across […]

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World Expeditions Travel Group (WETG) has acquired a majority shareholding in the Blue Mountains Adventure Company, a long-respected operator of day adventure activities including canyoning, rock climbing, hiking and abseiling based in the Blue Mountains. The acquisition, which takes to 13 the number of brands within the WETG, provides World Expeditions with a new operational […]

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The expedition travel experts at Secret Compass launch a new line of Adventures. With years of experience exploring the remote corners of the world, they’ve curated the ultimate collection: 18 adventurous experiences in partnership with the best local teams. Mountain biking in remote Himalayan valleys, kayaking amidst icebergs riddled waters and galloping across the Mongolian Steppe […]

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AccorHotels’ first and only Fairmont Resort in the Maldives launches the world’s first semi-submerged art gallery, created by renowned underwater naturalist and artist Jason deCaires Taylor. Situated around the pristine atoll where Fairmont Maldives Sirru Fen Fushi is the sole hotel, the sculpture Coralarium is a semi-submerged tidal gallery space that exhibits a series of […]

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Bespoke travel outfitter Natural World Safaris has launched NWS RAW, a pioneering safari concept that reveals a different side to established destinations. This is the newest addition to the NWS Select services, providing in-depth experiences using tailor-made expertise to put guests at the right place and right time to explore the last wild frontiers. Responding […]

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Contours Travel is serving up a wild adventure in South America by experiencing some of Chile’s most iconic landscapes, including the snowcapped peaks and deep lakes of Patagonia, the forests and coastlines of Chiloe Island and the driest desert in the world, Atacama Desert – all from the comfort of three luxurious Tierra Hotel properties. […]

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Save up to A$196 on your next Kangaroo Island holiday with SeaLink offering free return ferry transfers for two people for anyone booking their car and caravan or camper trailer on a Kangaroo Island SeaLink ferry and travelling until 15 September 2018. Kangaroo Island, located southwest of Adelaide, is only a short 45-minute cruise from […]

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