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Destinations

Destination NSW spruiks its wares in Aquabumps series

The state’s destination marketing team have given us all the feels with this latest campaign collab with Eugene Tan.

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Aviation

Alan Joyce compares WA to North Korea while QantasLink boss stokes feud with “cockatoo airline”

Qantas is giving the pot a vigorous stir this week, comparing Western Australia with one of the world’s most repressive dictatorships and accusing its competition of “squawking”.

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Destinations

Sunrise showcases destinations across NSW this week

Destination NSW is showcasing its wares this week to early risers and insomniacs across the country, making for an eclectic trickle of business for the states tourism sector.

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Aviation

NEW ROUTE: Qantas to kick off Broken Hill flights in April

The flying kangaroo is also making it much easier to use frequent flyer points on hotel stays and holiday experiences. Click this way to see how they’re luring travellers back to the skies.

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Aviation

‘Here for Allstralia’: New Aussie airline, Bonza unveils launch campaign

The new low-cost airline is branding itself as ‘Here For Allstralia’, which is a fun play on words and not a typo so we’d better not see any emails telling us we can’t spell.

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Aviation

Three NSW travellers arrested for flying a private plane into South Australia

The trio were busted by police at a karaoke bar in Coober Pedy, and we are just dying to know what song was playing during the arrest.

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Cruise

World’s largest sailing ship to make Aussie debut with bonus rail deal

by Sponsored by Cruise Traveller

An Australian first has put more wind in the cruise industry’s sails (and sales), with loads of travellers reserving their spot on the world’s largest sailing ship.

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Destinations

‘It’s Out There’: Destination NSW shines spotlight on Broken Hill and Central Darling region in new campaign

Destination NSW has embraced its inner drag queen to promote one of the state’s most ‘out there’ regions.

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