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It would be a big mistake to overlook this country’s urban credentials. Here, we’ve curated essential experiences in top Australian cities to help your summer sizzle: dive into a stunning sea pool, like Icebergs, sip a cocktail at a rooftop bar or di
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The brand-new Vibe Hotel Subiaco in Perth comes hot on the heels of the lifestyle hotel brand’s Melbourne and Hobart incarnations and boasts rooftop hangs and village vibes. Check in on page 16. ■
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Wish You Were Here
“Arthur Streeton painted Land of the Golden Fleece in the early summer of 1926, near the southern end of the Gariwerd Grampians National Park on a property belonging to a friend,” says Art Gallery of New South Wales curator Wayne Tunnicliffe. “He wro
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Pillow Talk
The luxury is turned up a notch at South Australia’s Mount Lofty House with the addition of Sequoia. Removed from the original manor, the lodge has its own reception, lounge and breakfast room, as well as private gardens, sundeck and natural spring-f
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Perched adjacent to heritage-listed parklands, Adelaide Botanic Garden and the famed Adelaide Oval, from which it takes its name, Oval (pictured above) is a 138-room boutique hotel that offers a uniquely local experience.With views to the Adelaide ci
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Darren Robertson, the co-owner and chef behind Three Blue Ducks, has been appointed as the Food Curator for Tasting Australia’s 2021 festival. Robertson’s farm-to-table style of cooking at his Sydney, Byron Bay and Brisbane eateries, and his elevatio
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One For The Road
Otter Craft Distilling ( ) is an award-winning Sydney brand run by brother and sister duo Julie and Eduard Otter that’s built around a passion for spirits and sustainability; they source all ingredients with care starting with grain
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Hot Openings
Western Australian brewery Gage Roads has arrived in NSW with the opening of Atomic Beer Project on Regent Street in Sydney’s Redfern. The includes a full brewery and bar, a co-working space and a restaurant helmed by ex-LongrainTokyo chef Jordan McL
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Unique Lighthouses
On a dramatic headland near Seal Rocks on the NSW Mid North Coast, the delightfully named Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse is unique in its architecture for being one of only two in Australia with an external stairway. It’s a top spot for whale watching an
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Newcastle, Naturally
Harbouring the last surviving pocket of coastal rainforest in the region, GLENROCK STATE CONSERVATION AREA is the crown jewel of Newcastle’s hidden gems: a natural wonder located just five kilometres from the city that is brimming with bushwalks, mou
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Chase The Sun
TWO GREAT THINGS WERE BORN in 1974: one of Australia’s favourite sporting heroes and perhaps its favourite car. For racing driver and three-time V8 Supercar champion Craig Lowndes, the Holden Sandman is an Aussie icon. Originally launched to capture
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SUMMER Is Just A Bridge Away
DREAMING ABOUT simpler times when the biggest stressor in your life was the queue at your local beach fish and chip kiosk? Recapturing the joys of a carefree, endless summer is as easy as crossing the bridge onto Phillip Island and leaving the world
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Natural Choice
HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE ESSENCE OF BASSIKE? bassike at its heart has always been about creating quality, timeless collections in an ethical and sustainable way. WHAT WERE YOUR KEY MOTIVATIONS WHEN STARTING THE LABEL? The idea was to create clas
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Editor’s Letter
IT SEEMS LIKE AN UNDERSTATEMENT to say that 2020 has not been the best of years. It started with the bushfires that ravaged large parts of the country. The vision of day turned to night under an ominous blanket of smoke shocked the world, and broke o
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A stylish lobby with an octagonal ceiling and show-stopping pendant light, and a ‘secret’ door offering access to Manly Wine Restaurant & Bar are new boons forThe Sebel Sydney Manly Beach, which recently underwent a $2.6 million makeover.
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Fairies Of The Night
STUMBLING IN THE DARK, I follow the leak of light from the headlamps of those ahead, creeping through a rugged gorge bordering Wollemi National Park (in Berambing, 10 minutes from Bilpin, New South Wales) searching for glow worms. It’s an exhilaratin
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Australia is quite the food festival hotspot, with great gourmet gatherings scheduled throughout the year. Here’s what to circle on your culinary calendar right now. The inaugural Melbourne Cocktail Festival (MCF), curated by Orlando Marzo, the 201
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A New Dawn
BACK IN THE CITY AFTER MY FIRST VISIT to the Red Centre, I found myself feeling proud of the red dust that still clung to my walking boots – a physical connection to a not-so-distant memory. And, months later, I read about Patti Smith’s lifelong desi
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Coworking Spaces
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Desert Tails
YOU WON’T FIND AUSTRALIAN DESERT Expeditions’ scientific surveys on the Flight Centre specials board next to crazy-good deals to Ubud and the Goldie. Walking 120 kilometres through the Simpson Desert (Munga-Thirri National Park) to examine the “curre
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Crowning Glory
THE REOPENING OF iconic St Kilda watering hole Prince Public Bar completes the revival of The Prince Hotel, which began in 2016 under the aegis of the Ryan family. The complex has long reflected the south Melbourne suburb’s eclectic personality and,
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It’s Complicated: Cameleers Versus The Curmudgeons
The science of human-camel interaction is an inexact one. We control trained camels with a series of rudimentary commands passed down from the legendary Afghan cameleers: 'hoosh' for sit; 'udu' for stop etc.There’s also a broad list of dos and don’ts
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Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This
IN A COSY LOFT ROOM of a repurposed central-Launceston warehouse, I wake from one of the soundest sleeps I’ve had in a long time. Not just because the city’s newest boutique hotel is flash and has all the creature comforts, but because I know my stay
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A Year In The Outback
Victoria and Tasmania get short shrift when it comes to staking claim to a patch of outback to call their own and, while there’s probably nothing to be done for Tassie, there’s a slice of Victoria that’s definitely in with a chance. Little Desert Nat
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The Best Of 2020 On The SUNSHINE COAST
Sir Elton John is playing his last-ever Queensland performance at Sunshine Coast Stadium on his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour. This global tour has already been hailed as one of his most “energetic, dazzlingly-original and joyful celebrations”. Don
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Regal Splendour
ALIGHTING A PLANE AT ULURU is the ultimate full stop for most people on a journey to the Red Centre. But I have had the privilege of seeing the Rock a few times in my life; today my imagination is being stirred by another form on the landscape some 3
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Like A Local: Cadel Evans
THE LIFESTYLE, THE PEOPLE, the city’s diverse food and wine bar scene and, of course, the bike rides: for Cadel Evans, all these elements combine to make Victoria’s Surf Coast and Geelong region his happy place. The former professional racing cyclist
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Fool’s Gold
The 306-kilometre, four-hour drive from Kings Canyon toYulara is one of the great outback road journeys, a lot of it undertaken on the famous Lasseter Highway. The passing vista is flat and wide open, scattered with a low scrub of sun-bleached taupe
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High Country Hospitality
At the heart of New England is where you will find Armidale, a picturesque university city that offers the best of old-world charm and new-wave cool, and where inventive locals are making the most of the region’s great bounty. Café Patisserie, which
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