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Frequent Flying Pets

frequent flying pets

We all love to travel but many pet lovers hate to leave their beloved pets behind. When it comes to long distance travel, preparation is the key writes Dr Jo Righetti.

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Heading to the northern hemisphere soon? How to staying chic and warm when travelling

chic and warm when travelling

If you are heading to the northern hemisphere in the near future or over Christmas, you need to be packing some warmer clothes. By-pass the frumpy fashion feeling when trying to stay warm and pack these chic winter tips by fashion stylist Alarna Hope.

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Your ideas, Our Experts for travel anywhere in the world

Organising small group tours can be a bit of a headache, even for the professionals, but this shouldn’t put you off the notion of hosting one of your own especially if you have an area of expertise that you are dying to share or a loyal following that you just love to spend time with.

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A “staycation”…The holiday you are having when you can’t afford a holiday

staycation

Do you desperately need a holiday but lack the time and funds to pack your bags and escape for an overseas vacay? When you’re trying to juggle your everyday life around annual leave and other commitments, it can be very hard to carve out that much-needed down-time. Karen Sander has the perfect tips for the

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Great Victorian Bike Ride – Doing something different!

Great Victorian Bike Ride

If you are on the look out for your next scenic adventure, Gail Rehbein has road tested the perfect bike ride festival for you to get peddling on.

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Could Sydney to London ever be weekend-able?

Sydney to London

Non-stop flights to London may be close for Sydneysiders, but will we ever be able to get there in just a few hours? Catriona May asks the question.

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A day in the life of Australian orangutan whisperer

Orangutan

We spent a day in the life of Leif Cocks, The Orangutan Project founder and President. A passionate campaigner for orangutans and a key player in developing conservation plans for orangutans and influencing positive change for orangutan protection and survival. After having arrived in Jakarta the previous evening, we have an early start at 3:30am

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Get acquainted with Queensland, by Rail

At Queensland Rail Travel, we’re passionate about our beautiful state and we want you to experience everything it has to offer. We’ll help you get there. Step aboard the refurbished Tilt Train for a quick Queensland holiday and discover just how much long-distance commuting has changed. Whether you’re wanting to explore the Southern Great Barrier

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Caviar and Bear in Finland

Helsinki

You can feast on bear and meat or smoked poro (reindeer) – even black caviar from sturgeon farmed in Finland. They’re not signature dishes on the menu at Helsinki’s top restaurants – they’re every day delicacies that can be found at the Finnish capital’s indoor wanha kauppahall (old market hall), which turns 130 years old next

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48hrs in Dubai

Dubai

Where old world meets a modern metropolis, Dubai is at the heart of travel in the Middle East. As Greg Clayton discovered, there is a myriad of ancient suburbs, desert safari’s and quick side trips to other exotic eastern spots.

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