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Destinations

Myconian Collection welcomes back destination weddings and honeymoons

What’s better than a celebration of love? A celebration of love overseas of course, and it’s back on the rise!

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Destinations

Travellers no longer need to register trips on Smartraveller; here’s what to do instead

There’s one less thing you have to remind your clients to do before they travel, and one thing to add. So, a pleasing equilibrium if you ask us.

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Hotels

Tiny Away opens up mini Tassie getaways

Tiny Away has opened the doors to its first Tasmanian tiny houses, growing its network of rural getaways. The ‘Quirindi’ […]

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Aviation

Qantas increases international connection time to reduce mishandled baggage

The upside of all these missing bags is that you no longer have to sprint through the airport to catch your connecting flight. Although we’ll miss the rush.

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Events

Virtuoso announces its first tech summit

Meanwhile, Travel Weekly will be attempting our first mountain summit. Though it’s not really a mountain, but a hill near our office we try and avoid if possible.

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Tourism

Aussie representatives made their mark at Australia Marketplace North America

Its rumoured that some of the reps spent the whole time warning Americans about drop bears and telling people how to ride a kangaroo.

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Conferences

World Community Development conference to inject $1.7m in NT economy

We’re predicting the international events community will be shocked when they actually see kangaroos hopping down the streets of Darwin. Don’t say we didn’t warn you.

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Events

RESEARCH: Confidence for domestic business events grows

Confidence in post-event drinks has also grown, but we don’t really need research to tell you that.

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Events

MCEC welcomes first ever Aussie DragExpo

The expo was originally meant to launch in 2020, so some very patient queens had to sit in their living room in full drag for two years. Or maybe they got changed, we’re not sure.

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Events

Mayali Mulil Festival invites Aussies to experience Kakadu’s Indigenous culture

Getting in touch with Australia’s first people is an amazing opportunity and Traditional Owners of Kakadu’s Murumburr clan are inviting you. What’re you waiting for!

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Hotels

Ennismore to bring four new lifestyle hotels to NZ

Accor’s quirky stepchild is spreading its wings across the Pacific with four new signings in New Zealand.

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Aviation

“It’s a shocking insult”: Qantas slammed for asking execs to work as baggage handlers

The bags on your next flight may be handled by Alan Joyce, which may or may not be a good thing depending on your confidence in his ability to fling around 30 kg bags.

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