Family Travel blogger – Hot Mama Travel

If you are planning an overseas holiday one of the best ways to research what to do with kids is to check out a local family travel blogger, like Amanda from┬áHot Mama Travel. This US-based family travel blog is packed with destination guides, money-saving tips and inspirational stories. Amanda writes about her travels with her … Continue reading “Family Travel blogger – Hot Mama Travel”

Family holiday accommodation – winter specials and deals

You want a great deal on your family holiday accommodation? Read on to find some of the great deals, packages and rates offered by some of Australia’s best family holiday accommodation providers – not to mention some great properties in Thailand and Italy too. Want a resort in Queensland, spacious holiday apartments, a farm stay … Continue reading “Family holiday accommodation – winter specials and deals”

Experience the magic of Mary Poppins in Queensland

It was not until I was watching the movie, Saving Mr Banks (pictured above), that I learned the woman who created Mary Poppins was an Australian. How did I get to adulthood not knowing this? “Was Mary Poppins Australian mum?”my children asked. Well, not the magical original super nanny, but the woman who created her, … Continue reading “Experience the magic of Mary Poppins in Queensland”

Great holiday family accommodation on special

When it comes to organising holidays with kids, trying to find a deal or specials on flights and accommodation is important. That’s because the less we spend on getting and staying there, means the more we can spend on nice meals and family friendly holiday activities. Family Friendly Accommodation does not have the most properties … Continue reading “Great holiday family accommodation on special”

Stretching your family holiday dollar further

It seems we are being informed on almost a daily basis that more & more Australians are losing their jobs as companies cut their budgets. In the meantime, costs continue to rise and families have to tighten their belts. So, can the average Australian family still afford a holiday?

It seems we are being informed on almost a daily basis that more & more Australians are losing their jobs as companies cut their budgets. In the meantime, costs continue to rise and families have to tighten their belts. So, can the average Australian family still afford a holiday?