Cricket World Cup fever is heating up in Sydney. Next month, Australia and New Zealand will host international cricket’s most important tournament, The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, from 27 February – 26 March 2015.
Five matches will be played at the iconic Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) including a clash between Australia and Sri Lanka on 8 March, with the ground also set to host both a quarter final and a semi-final.
Desert oasis Broken Hill is Australia’s first Nationally Heritage Listed City.
Widely known for having one of the world’s largest mines, beautiful national parks and a big movie history, Broken Hill’s friendly community know all the history and secrets that go with living in this vast outback. Read more about ‘Why we love Broken Hill’
Finding new beaches, snowfields and historic towns to visit was a huge trend in 2014. Port Macquarie and Hobart welcomed a surge of visitors, with Queenstown and Auckland among the New Zealand favourites last year.
Travel is the escape many of us crave. It gives us time to stop and reflect, to relax and catch up on quality time with family and friends. With the New Year still fresh in our minds, now’s a great time for holiday planning. But where to next? Read more about ‘Top 5 Places to Travel in 2015′
We Australians sure love our beaches, and many of us want to share these beautiful places with our favourite four-legged friends. While many of the country’s beaches are for people only, I’ve managed to hunt out a few of the very best dog-friendly locations. Don’t leave the pooch at home next time you head off on holiday – just make sure you follow my travel tips and head to one of these fantastic areas. Read more about ‘Australia’s best pet-friendly beaches’