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Wholesalers

Bunnik Tours names foodie travel and small group tours as top trends for 2019

Bunnik Tours obviously spent their Christmas break gazing into a crystal ball, because they’ve come out with some ripper predictions for this year.

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Travel Agents

Insight Vacations CEO: 2019 will be more “immersive, personalised and authentic”

2019 will also be the year we cut our caffeine intake down to one coffee a day. But you know what they say about New Year’s resolutions…

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Cruise

Steve Odell: “We always advise guests to find a knowledgeable travel agent”

We chatted with Norwegian Cruises’ regional VP to get the jump on next year’s trends. Though he couldn’t confirm if bucket hats and flares would be making a comeback.

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Technology

What are top tech trends changing travel?

Despite our anxieties, we’re actually feeling ok about the potential of a robot takeover. Although, only if Will Smith saves us like he did I, Robot.

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Travel Agents

Flight Centre releases first-ever ‘Turner Report’

by Tara Harrison

Flight Centre reveals its inaugural Turner Report with a look at the habits of Aussie travellers. We tried to create a report on our own habits, but our colleagues decided it was too much information.

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Destinations

10 on-trend destinations to visit now

Are your colleagues constantly name-dropping latest travel trends? Why be the befuddled fool when you can join in with this.

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Aviation

Cheapflights reveals the best times and places to fly

Do you know how long Australians spend searching for flights each month? 8 years! The maths confused us too, but there you go.

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Travel Agents

Older travellers proving to be bolder travellers

by PAA

The over 55s are proving to be quite the intrepid travellers. Just don’t get caught behind them and their caravans, we say.

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Destinations

What are the top 10 trending Aussie destinations for 2016?

by AAP

Flight Centre shares its top 10 trending destinations in Australia – any surprises?

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Tourism

Oi Aussies – have you forgotten how to take holidays?

by Anne Majumdar

With a combined total of 123.5 million days in accrued annual leave, Australians are being urged to take a holiday with this Australia Day Weekend the ideal opportunity.

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Destinations

Aussies love US despite weak Aus dollar

by Peter Mitchell, AAP US Correspondent

The Australian dollar may be on a downward spiral but it hasn’t hurt the number of Aussies flying to the US.

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Destinations

Top ten wellness travel trends for 2016

by Gabriella Warden

Stick to your New Year’s fitness resolutions with ten of the healthiest holidays for mind, body and soul in 2016.

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