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Flop House, Kyneton, Victoria


Thursday, April 13, 2017

Harpsichord Studio is part of the Flop House portfolio of nine luxurious local lodgings in the Macedon Ranges and Goldfields, located 85kms or an easy 1-hour drive or train ride north-west of Melbourne. Genevieve Wearne, the very friendly and knowledgeable proprietor and hostess, makes a friend for life when she utters the words everyone wants ...

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Halcyon House


Sunday, December 4, 2016

Halcyon House is the ultimate hotel… it is currently the hippest place to stay in Australia right now.   We did a Getaway story here early this year, soon after it opened and I’ll be honest with you... I learnt about this place because I was following the interior designer on Instagram, she is one of the ...

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A Look Inside COMO The Treasury


Tuesday, November 8, 2016

The exquisite COMO The Treasury hotel is located in the heart of Perth's CBD. It was recently voted the 2nd Best Hotel in the World by Conde Nast Traveler at their Reader's Choice Awards 2016 and was the only Australian hotel included in the Top 50 list. More than 300,000 travelers took part in these awards, submitting ...

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Tourism Accommodation Australia Awards NSW


Friday, July 22, 2016

We are spoilt for choice in NSW when it comes to exceptional hotels. That said, to stand out, to be the best, indeed a 'winner', you must be above and beyond on all levels - your housekeeping, your OH&S, community endeavours, right through to your bar, spa and restaurants. The Tourism Accommodation Australia awards for ...

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The Boathouse, Brooklyn NSW


Thursday, June 2, 2016

If you’ve ever driven north of Sydney and crossed the Hawkesbury River, at Brooklyn, you would have witnessed the beauty of this area... Sparkling waters, lots of bush and a sprinkling of islands. Maybe you’ve thought you would like to go there one day. I took the exit off the F3 into the hamlet of Brooklyn for fish and ...

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Silk Pavilions

Silk Pavilions


Thursday, May 12, 2016

When I arrived in Northern New South Wales’ Tweed Valley, I thought I could well be in the hills of Thailand. The biodiverse area has the largest subtropical rainforest remnant and extinct shield volcano in the world. The valley also has five national parks that all add up to provide nature at its best. With its rivers and ...

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