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  • Until early October, Victoria’s spectacular southern coastline is prime spotting territory for humpback whales, southern right whales, blue whales and orcas – as they make their annual pilgrimage from the feeding grounds of Antarctica to give birth before raise their calves in Australia’s warmer waters. The creatures can be spotted out at sea all along [&hellip

  • NEW WINERY SLEEP OVER: Properties set in South Australia’s wine regions Adelaide, Australia’s vineyard capital, is surrounded by some of the world’s best wine regions which are worthy of more than a day trip. With new accommodation opening in and around wineries across the state, there has never been a better time to immerse yourself [&hellip

  • The Australian city of Melbourne has been crowned the world’s capital of live music, with more live music venues per capita than any other major global centre — including London, New York and Los Angeles. As the home of some of the world’s biggest acts, including AC/DC, Kylie Minogue and INXS, as well as Sydney [&hellip

  • Newly released figures have revealed Australia’s tourism industry is booming, with the country boasting an impressive 8,263,000 total tourist arrivals in 2016, a 37% increase from 2012 figures. The figures, collected by leading Australia holiday specialist, Austravel, revealed that an increase in Australian tourism rates have trumped both the UK and US, with the UK [&hellip

  • A fully-guided trek along the Queensland Sunshine Coast’s spectacular Cooloola Coast will be launched in April providing an unforgettable adventure through massive sand-dunes, hidden sub-tropical rainforests and along unspoilt beaches between Noosa and Rainbow Beach. Renowned small-group trekking specialists, Tropical Treks, will offer the new Great Cooloola Walk guided trek on a fortnightly basis starting [&hellip

  •   Between 1945 and 1975 some three million migrants and refugees arrived in Australia from Britain and Europe. Chosen to be young, strong and healthy workers, they were expected to rapidly integrate and ‘become good Australians by adoption’. A project by the University of Leicester questions the role health played in this huge social experiment [&hellip

  • A surprise discovery has amazed and delighted tourism operators on the Great Barrier Reef. Huge colonies of pristine coral have been discovered in a lagoon system about 100km off the coast of the Whitsundays mainland, causing excitement amongst reef experts and tourists. The significant discovery – there can be few greater discoveries than when someone [&hellip

  • Following the success of last year’s ‘pop up’ Flash Camp on North Stradbroke Island, Straddie Camping has launched a permanent flash camping site on the beachfront near the island’s most popular tourist village, Point Lookout. The mini-village of ten flash camping tents is located at Adder Rock on the northern coast, in a shady area, [&hellip

  • The following changes have been made to the Australian occupations list – Skilled Occupations List (SOL) and Consolidated Sponsored Occupations List (CSOL)  – which will take effect from 1st July 2017. Occupations Removed from Schedule 1 – MLTSSL (old ‘SOL’) 133513 Production Manager – mining (demoted to STSOL) 231212 Ship’s Engineer (removed completely) 231213 Ship’s [&hellip

  • UK technology professionals are among 97 outstanding candidates from around the world to have won places on New Zealand recruitment initiative, LookSee Wellington, aimed at attracting new IT talent to the country’s capital. The programme, which launched in February, saw 48,000 applicants apply for the opportunity to travel to Wellington, with flights and accommodation paid [&hellip

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