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  1. EmmaG@BarrheadTravel

    New Year's Eve in Sydney

    As one of the first places to ring in the New Year around the world, the celebrations in Sydney are iconic and broadcast live across the world every year. Nicknamed ‘The New Year’s Capital of the World’, there are over a million spectators enjoying the festivities on the harbour alone, and over 1 billion people will watch the televised fireworks displays at midnight. Are you heading down under to Sydney for your Hogmanay celebrations? Here are 5 unmissable events that are going on around the city. The ‘Welcome to Country’ Ceremony The ‘Welcome to Country’ ceremony is one of the most unique aspects of New Year’s Eve in Sydney. This show recognises the heritage of Australia’s aboriginal people, and includes special lighting effects, traditional music and dance. Eucalyptus smoke is released over Sydney harbour to cleanse the city of any bad spirits before the beginning of the new year. A fitting tribute to Australia’s indigenous people, this is an unmissable part of the celebrations. NYE in the Park If you are looking for the hottest party in the city, head to Victoria Park for the ‘NYE in the Park’ event. World class bands and DJs will be performing live from the afternoon until late in the evening, so this is the place to go if you want to start the party early. There are also gourmet food vans, cocktail bars and the park even has its very own fireworks display. Harbour of Light parade An amazing spectacle for all ages, the Harbour of Light parade runs from 9.15-11.30pm each year. Watch illuminated boats glide across Sydney harbour from Goat Island to Cockatoo Island. Outlined in white rope, the sight of these ghostly ships needs to be seen to be believed. For an experience you will never forget, be a part of the spectacle yourself by booking your place on one of these vessels. If you want one of the most unique vantage points of the festivities around the harbour, this is the perfect option for you. Family NYE at the National Maritime Museum While there are countless incredible parties going on across the city, head to the National Maritime Museum for a fun-filled family night to remember. With magicians, bubble art and face-painting along with after-hours exhibit visits and a BBQ dinner, both parents and their little ones will have a ball. Not only this, but enjoy premium views of the 9pm fireworks for young children (and mum and dad) who won’t make it until midnight. The museum has an exclusive viewing platform to witness the spectacular display – without having to beat the crowds. The Midnight Fireworks The most anticipated event of the evening, this 12-minute firework display begins as the stroke of midnight. With displays at Sydney harbour, Sydney Harbour Bridge and the sails of the opera house, there are dozens of viewing location around the city. The best viewpoints are the Sydney Opera house, and the Royal Botanic Gardens, which hosts four different parties throughout the night. If you want to see in the New Year from one of these iconic locations, make sure you book in advance as tickets sell out every year, and arrive early to ensure you have the best view in the house when the clock strikes 12. Which of these events would you love to attend on New Year’s Eve? Let us know in the comments below!
  2. Have you heard the news? We are so excited that Norwegian Cruise Line have announced that after her three week dry-dock last month for her Norwegian Edge revitalisation, the Norwegian Jewel will spend her second season in Australia & New Zealand over autumn 2018/2019. Norwegian Jewel’s season down under is set to be action-packed taking in ports such as Melbourne, Cairns, Hobart with New Zealand stops including Milford Sound, Wellington and Tauranga. There will also be itineraries to the South Pacific, Southeast Asia, and a transpacific voyage from Vancouver to Tokyo (Yokohama). “Norwegian Jewel’s Australia and New Zealand sailings have received a great deal of anticipation and excitement from guests both locally and internationally,” said Andy Stuart president and chief executive officer for Norwegian Cruise Line. “The region is a bucket-list destination for many of our guests with a warm culture, lush lands, sandy beaches, action-packed adventure and more. We are thrilled to be returning to this dream destination with the iconic Norwegian Jewel looking as if she were a brand new ship.” The new 2018/2019 season boasts a spectacular 19-day transpacific journey from Vancouver to Tokyo (Yokohama) via Alaska and Russia along with a 19 day journey to Australia from Singapore visiting Bali and Komodo Island; a sought after 13-day South Pacific itinerary and – the much desired sailings in and around Australia and New Zealand home-porting from Sydney. We can’t wait to hear all about your travels on some of these amazing itineraries.
  3. Shannon@BarrheadTravel

    Aussie BBQ!!

    Dont forget its our Aussie BBQ event next week! There will be event only offers, and Aussie style BBQ, ice cold beers on arrival and you might even be lucky enough to win a prize in one of the prize draws. To register for the event click here
  4. Megan@BarrheadTravel

    7 Questions with Rachel @ South Australian Tourism

    My name is Rachel and I have been working with South Australia for over two years, after first visiting Adelaide in 2004 it had a special place in my heart above many of the other places I travelled to in Australia. Now I get to talk about it every day! 1. Where's the best place you've ever stayed? That is a tough one, I would have to break this into a few parts – the most quirky and memorable is definitely the underground hostel in Coober Pedy, I don’t think I have ever experienced anything quite like it! You do always sleep better when there is absolutely no light, but this can be disorientating when you wake up in the middle of the night. Kangaluna Camp in the Gawler Ranges has to be the best though, it was so isolated and definitely the best place for star gazing, when we were in bed at night we could hear the thud of the kangaroos bouncing around the tents. Incredible. 2. What's your oddest travel moment? Spending a few hours in a shark cage, listening to ACDC (which is played to attract them rather than bait) and watching a huge great white gliding by. The prescence of ACDC made this experience particularly odd, but unforgettable. 3. Have you had a perfect travel moment? I’ve had plenty of perfect travel moments, they usually involve a spectacular view, a sunset and great company. 4. What are your three suitcase essentials? Flip flops, sarong and my passport 5. Where's next on your wish list? Victoria Falls 6. What is the biggest myth about South Australia? The biggest myth is that is boring, a view which has been held by many East Coast Australians and tourists alike. South Australia is probably the most surprising state and offers some of the best all round Australian experiences – wildlife on Kangaroo Island, the rugged outback of the Flinders Ranges and wine in one of our many famous wine regions 7. The most unorthodox way you’ve travelled? Hiring a car in Cuba and picking up local hitchhikers, without an actual plan, we just went where they directed us and, more often than not, the gamble paid off! THANKS TO Rachel Lewis, UK Marketing Executive @ South Australian Tourism See all holidays to Australia HERE or ask a question in our forum HERE
  5. Megan@BarrheadTravel

    The most liveable city in the world!

    Melbourne has been named the most liveable city in the world for the 7th year running! Infact, the top 10 is filled with Aussie cities... I was lucky enough to live in Melbourne for a short time and I really did love it! It is up there for me, amongst some other cities that I would love to live in. Has anyone else visited or lived in Melbourne? Do you think it's worthy of it's title 7 years in a row or can you think of somewhere better? Love to hear your thoughts! You can see the article and the full top 10 cities here http://www.lonelyplanet.com/news/2017/08/16/city-named-liveable-world-seventh-year-row/?utm_campaign=Travel_News_Daily&utm_source=sfmc&utm_medium=email&stuid=0c13f484b53f355750d40e14fd855e90&utm_content=14401&utm_term=
  6. Aimee.B

    Great Ocean Road

    Didn't get the chance to do this while I was in Australia and always wondered if I missed out. I was in Melbs in winter so didn't really fancy it as it was freeezing (believe it or not!) YHas anyone done the drive and did you do it by car or motorhome? Tell me what i missed!
  7. There is an endless amount of things to do in Australia! I loved taking a boat tour of the Whitsunday Islands and snorkelling in the Great Barrier Reef. One thing I wish I done whilst in Oz is the Sydney Harbour Bridge Climb but didn't manage to fit it in What things did you enjoy most, or if you haven't been what is on your wish list?
  8. Had no idea Qantas are starting a DIRECT flight to Perth from London!! Wow. Bit of a long flight for me lol but pretty impressive! Anyone booked onto a direct flight or looking into it? Is it much more expensive? I wonder how long it takes from A to B in total... I wonder how long before all flights to Australia are direct from the UK.
  9. Sydney is hands down my favourite Aussie city. I lived here for a while and never got bored of the city and it's endless activities, you are never short of things to do. So my question is, if you only had 24 hours in Sydney what would you squeeze in to your day? For me it would be morning coffee & breakfast at Bondi Beach followed by the Bondi to Coogee coastal walk. After all that walking, I deserve a treat so I would head back to the city for a nice cocktail and a stroll around Darling Harbour. In the evening, my choice for nightlife would be at The Rocks, enjoying sunset at one of the rooftop bars with views of Sydney Harbour What a day! Check out our very own Sydney Bucket List HERE!
  10. Somewhat overshadowed by the Northern Lights, the Southern Lights are a sight to behold and just as spectacular as their northern counterpart. As the name suggests, the lights can only be seen from the Southern Hemisphere, and only from a very few secluded spots. The Southern Lights, officially known as the Aurora Australis, are best seen in the southern hemispheres winter months – July to August have significantly longer nights and darker skies, heightening your viewing chances. As there is significantly less land in the Southern Hemisphere there are fewer ideal viewing spots to see the lights, so we have put together five places to help you on your way to witnessing the incredible Southern Lights. 1. Stewart Island, New Zealand Thanks to a low population and low levels of light pollution, the elusive lights can be seen from several places in New Zealand. Stewart Island is one of the country’s most remote spots and the closest you will ever get to the South Pole without visiting Antarctica, making it the perfect location for some Aurora viewing. The island is home to Rakiura National Park which aptly translates in Maori to ‘land of the glowing skies’. 2. South Georgia Island South Georgia Island is one of the most Southern islands in the world. During the winter months from March to September, the island can be encased by ice and completely inaccessible. Of course, the dark skies make these months the best time to see the lights, so make sure to visit in March otherwise it is just too dangerous to travel. The most popular way to visit is by cruise. As the island has no permanent residents, the clear skies make for an untarnished and unique location for Aurora viewing. 3. Mount Cook National Park, New Zealand A top tip for viewing the Southern Lights is to observe them over water. This makes New Zealand’s many lakes an ideal place to view a mesmerising Aurora display. Lake Tekapo is located in the centre of the South Island and has extremely clear skies, making it a popular spot for star gazing and aurora viewing. Mount Cook National Park offers secluded and tranquil spots to take in the Aurora Australis. Both of these areas are part of the official UNESCO Dark Sky Reserve, meaning they are recognised as having some of the darkest skies in the world. You can also climb up the mountains surrounding the lake from an even higher vantage point to see the extraordinary lights. 4. Tasmania, Australia Tasmania’s unique southern location - that is in close proximity to the South Pole - makes it one of the best locations to view the Southern Lights. Luckily, you can be treated to views of the Southern Lights from Tasmania all year round, but your best chances are during the winter months of June to August. The aurora comes in many colours and you can watch the sky dance a variety of greens, pinks, yellows and oranges for a truly magical display. The lights can be seen from anywhere on Tasmania and views are usually only obstructed by mountain ranges, but with plenty of clear open spaces here you can take your pick of locations for unparalleled views. 5. Antarctica Perhaps somewhat obvious, the further south you go, the higher your chances are of seeing the spectacular light show. Therefore it is not surprising that the Southern Lights have been described as being the most visible and most impressive when lighting up the sky over Antarctica. As there are no permanent residents on the whole continent, there is virtually no pollution and during the winter months the Aurora Australis is visible on a regular basis. Unfortunately it is not realistic for most people to visit due to the costly nature of a trip here and the dangerous risks that come with it. Luckily, there are plenty of other destinations for you to take a trip and chase the Aurora Australis!
  11. Shannon@BarrheadTravel

    7 Questions with Steve @ Northern Territory, Australia

    1. Where's the best place you've ever stayed? There are so many unique and interesting options for accommodation in Australia’s Northern Territory (NT) it has to be here! My personal favourite is camping under the stars. There is nothing like being rugged up, warm and comfortable in a swag for the evening looking straight up at the millions of stars. With very little light pollution in the NT the night sky is unforgettable. Whether you are down in the Red Centre near Uluru or up in the Top End in Kakadu, it is such an experience that will make you want to come back and do it again. 2. What's your oddest travel moment? In my role, I look after a few different markets. I am lucky to be able to travel the length and breadth of the UK, Ireland, the Netherlands and Nordic Countries. One time in Northern Europe after finishing a roadshow one evening with colleagues, our taxi to take us back to our hotel didn’t show up. We decided to start walking the long trek back in from the venue until we spotted hire bikes. It was quite the trip on pushbikes with luggage! 3. Have you had a perfect travel moment? There is a place in Central Australia called Kings Canyon, situated in Watarrka National Park. There are different ways you can get there, whether it be on a tour coming from Ayers Rock Resort, or from Alice Springs via the highway or the West MacDonnell Ranges. For me, there is a section called the ‘Garden of Eden’ located about half way along the 6km (almost 4 mile) walk. It is sheltered, full of vegetation and birdlife ducking in an out of the large waterhole that is situated there. When there is no one else around, it is bliss. One can sit for hours just soaking it up, but it becomes hard to get moving again! 4. What are your three suitcase essentials? I believe an extra change of clothes is my first essential, you never know when you might need to whip a new outfit out of the bag! Cancelled flight, fashion clash (it happens to me often) or it’s the closest option to a shower. Secondly, if you are packing light then 2 pairs of jeans will do – you can change them around and find tops to suit all occasions as you can pack more of them. Third would definitely be Vegemite! No one quite makes a delicious yeast extract like the Aussies do in my opinion. It can be added to so many things and apparently there is some sort of nutritional value to it! 5. Where's next on your wish list? For me, I moved from Australia to experience Europe, I have been so lucky to promote Australia’s Northern Territory to so many over the past year, it also means I have been certain places I never thought of going to while I was living here. This means my perspective has changed and I like to visit places that are a little bit different so to speak. Next on my wish list is the Isle of Man, hopefully spend a few days there enjoying the countryside, Douglas, Snaefell and the old railway system still in use. 6. What is the biggest myth about the Northern Territory? I think there are several big myths about the NT that I am keen to bust such as it being too far away, too hot, too wet or too expensive. But the biggest would be that the outback is too remote, too rugged for people to visit. The Territory is easy to reach, being only a 5 hour flight from the likes of Singapore and Manila, and only a couple of hours flight from East Coast destinations in Australia. If you go it alone, any of the main national parks from Darwin to Uluru are accessible by 2WD due to our sealed roads, you can even rent a small car as there are plenty of stops for fuel along the way. Also – Outback doesn’t have to mean roughing it. You can do the NT in style whether you are in the city or in the heart of the Outback. So many accommodation options too that mean it doesn’t have to cost a lot. Being wet isn’t really an issue either, the Top End has 2 distinct seasons, the wet season and the dry season, it is much easier to talk about the wet season being the ‘green’ season. Afternoon rains of the NT tropical summer bring unique and amazing wildlife, dramatic waterfalls, cooler temperatures and access to places you’ll never see if the rivers don’t flow. 7. The most unorthodox way you’ve travelled? The most unorthodox way I have travelled (and I have done it a fair bit to my luck) is by light aircraft. While national parks are easy to get to on sealed road, there are beautiful luxury lodges and amazing day trips that are easier to reach in a small plane or a helicopter. If you want to head to Bamurru Plains, or Davidson’s camp in Arnhem Land it is much easier in a light aircraft to arrive at your destination. If you want to travel in 4 unorthodox forms of transport all in one tour, head out to Sweets Lagoon with Outback Floatplanes. You’ll be picked up in Darwin and flown in a float plane out to the lagoon. From there you can lift off from the pontoon and take a scenic helicopter flight, go wildlife spotting in the cruise boat or jump on their airboat for a more exhilarating experience through the wetlands. So many options! THANKS TO Steve Balderston, Marketing Executive @ Tourism Northern Territory See all holidays to Australia HERE or ask a question in our forum HERE
  12. Morag@BarrheadTravel

    7 different routes to tour Australia on

    Australia: the land of kangaroos, koalas, surfing, barbeques and stunning locations. It’s a country with a lot to offer – so much that choosing just one destination can be a bit of a challenge. There’s a lot of ground to cover, and because it’s located on the other side of the world you want to make sure you see as much of it before it’s time to fly home. That’s why we recommend a touring holiday that covers as much of Australia as possible. Here’s just a taster of possible itineraries that encompass everything that makes Australia a must-visit holiday destination. 1. Sydney, Rock & Reef This two week itinerary takes you on a three-stop tour of Australia’s most famous landmarks: Sydney, Ayers Rock and the Great Barrier Reef. Enjoy three nights in the famous city of Sydney, where tours include a Sydney Bridge Climb, wine tasting in the Hunter Valley and a day tour of the Blue Mountains. Then leave the city for the outback at Alice Springs, where The Olgas and Ayers Rock await you. Afterwards head back to the coast and discover one of the seven natural wonders of the world – the Great Barrier Reef. 2. West to East Just because Australia is vast, doesn’t mean you have to choose between east and west. Start off in the western city of Perth, before jetting over to the east coast to explore Sydney. While in Western Australia enjoy the wildlife at Rottnest Island and the Nambung National Park and the fascinating Pinnacles Desert. Also enjoy a few nights stay at Margaret River – where you can drink in some of Australia’s best wineries and hit the surf on some of the world’s best waves. 3. City & Coast Drive along the Gold Coast of Australia and admire its sandy beaches, metropolitan cities and impressive waves. On this self-drive tour you’ll move along the coast from Brisbane to Noosa & Fraser Island, before flying onto Melbourne. Here, your tour will include the Yarra Valley Wine Experience and the Mornington Hot Springs. 4. Wine & Wildlife Two things Australia is famed for: delicious wines and breath-taking wildlife. Start off on the Great Ocean Road and experience one of the world’s most scenic drives with a hire car. Along the way look out for the staggering Twelve Apostles, cloudy waterfalls and small surf towns. Fly onwards to the rugged island of Tasmania off Australia’s southern coast. With a hire car that you’ll pick up when you arrive, the natural wonders of the island are yours to explore. After three nights you’ll return to the mainland, but this time your adventure will take you to Adelaide. Included is a trip to Kangaroo Island and a hire car to drive through the Flinders Ranges National Park. 5. Cross country by rail Australia has a modern railway system with an impressive network of connections. Travel along the iconic Ghan route, starting in Adelaide and ending in Darwin. This cross-country journey takes passengers through the very heart of the Australian outback, and offers unprecedented views from a luxury carriage. In Darwin, cruise the Adelaide River which is home to 1,600, before deciding which national park to visit first. 6. Broome, Bungle Bungles Range & the Kimberley If you’re looking to explore Australia without the tourist crowds, head to Kimberley. This region in the north-west of the country is sparsely settled and home to vast wilderness decorated with rugged ranges, dramatic gorges, semi-arid savanna and secluded coastline. On this itinerary you’ll learn about Aboriginal culture, and the geology of Australia’s landscape. In the city of Broome, you can explore traditional markets before watching the sun set into the Indian Ocean. 7. Australian Icons Read the details of the above tours, and still can’t narrow it down? This final tour encompasses everything you would want to see in one Australian trip. Sydney? Check. Ayers Rock? Yes. Great Ocean Road? Definitely. Melbourne? It hasn’t been forgotten. Great Barrier Reef? It’s there. In order to make sure you get round as much of Australia as possible, this bus and plane tour is just what the travel doctor ordered.
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