Island Meetings

A lready a major tourist attraction, Australia’s lone island state is chasing corporate bookings with its clean-and-green image and easily-accessed MICE facilities, say Chris Pritchard...

A hidden gem for British business

A s it stands, more than 90 per cent of the UK population now lives (and works) in one of the country’s cities with big...

Explore Bouddi National Park just outside of Sydney

With seven pristine beaches, glorious bays and many spectacular walking trails along the coast, Bouddi National Park is a nature lovers paradise and one...
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“Palya” Welcome to Uluru

The traditional owners of Uluru- Kata Tjuta National Park, call themselves Anangu (pronounced arn-ahng-oo) and have a great word called “Palya”. It means “welcome” or...

The Emerald Isle

Although notoriously split between the north and south, the second largest island in the British Isles is far from divided. Richard Trenchard explores Ireland for...

SUN, SAND AND SUPER MEETINGS

Tropical Queensland is increasingly popular for conferences, as delegates and their families demand combinations of business with leisure. Chris Pritchard reports   All Australian state capitals...