Celebrating Aboriginal culture through tourism

This week is NAIDOC Week – a time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achievements. And what better way to do it than through tourism? Unfortunately, while cultural visits are so often part of our holidays overseas, we can tend to overlook Aboriginal culture on our holidays within Australia. Who hasn’t … Continue reading “Celebrating Aboriginal culture through tourism”

Aussie family’s French adventure on a road less travelled

Trying to decide on a family holiday that older children will enjoy too can be hard. In this special guest post, Philippa Shelley-Jones, creator of the family tourism app Kid Tracks, tells us about her family cycling trip in Provence.

Trying to decide on a family holiday that older children will enjoy too can be hard. In this special guest post, Philippa Shelley-Jones, creator of the family tourism app Kid Tracks, tells us about her family cycling trip in Provence.

Beyond Bali – an Australian family’s adventures in Java

I love travelling with my family, but I am not a highly adventurous traveller. Luckily for us, my mate, Michael Birt, is. Last year he took his family beyond Bali – in this special guest post he tells us all about it – There’s so much more to Indonesia than Bali, yet many Australians go … Continue reading “Beyond Bali – an Australian family’s adventures in Java”

Small gifts make a huge difference

As focussed as I am on finding perfect accommodation for a family holiday, I am equally passionate about what I want to do while away. I believe a holiday should be an educational experience – especially for my children. On our recent holiday to Fiji, visiting a local school was on my bucket list. I wanted … Continue reading “Small gifts make a huge difference”