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Don’t ever order this on your flight…..

flight attendants

They have to deal with small confined spaces, irate passengers and clean dirty toilets, but there is one thing you don’t want to ask a Flight Attendant for.

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Spirit House Noosa – a new high

Spirit House Noosa

  When it comes to stunning restaurants, Noosa on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is a mecca, and as Helen Flanagan knows the Spirit House is one of the best.

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Gympie – Chugging and choofing right on track

If the shriek of a steam whistle and the hiss of a steam engine are music to your ears, Helen Flanagan suggests the Valley Rattler in Gympie.

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Mudgee’s Blue Wren Winery: A bright feather in your culinary cap

After a complete upgrade to every aspect of the property, one of Mudgee’s signature wineries relaunches as a bold gastronomic and events venue. Roderick Eime tested his taste buds.

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Rockhampton gets back on its feet

Rockhampton was recently hit by disastrous flooding but, like all great country towns, it is rising again from the devastation writes Dallas Sherringham.

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WIN A $2,500 Norfolk Island holiday for 2 people

Life Begins At… is giving you the chance to enter the draw to win a $2,500 Norfolk Island getaway for 2 people.

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Chop-chop to Noosa’s classiest act

Food awakens the senses and becomes the touchstone of memory especially at Wasabi, where marvelling at the evocative parade of modern Japanese food is de rigeur and emulating the flavours is a distinct possibility, writes Helen Flanagan.

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Short break holidays – NSW Central Coast

central coast

  With short break holidays becoming more popular amongst Australians, the NSW Central Coast is an ideal place to visit writes Dallas Sherringham.

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Kakadu promises a memorable holiday experience in 2017

After one of the wettest wet seasons for years, Kakadu is looking in perfect condition for the forthcoming peak ‘dry’ season. With upgraded accommodation, new festivals, free guided tours and a bumper barramundi season predicted, there has never been a better time to experience the Top End.

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Swept away by Broome

Broome

Broome is one of those destinations that is more a state of mind than a glittering tourist trap and as Michael Osborne discovered, there’s no better way to get to there than onboard Sun Princess which can boast a Curtis Stone restaurant onboard.

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