Take a look at what's new in March 2015
Just how big is Australia?
Australia is not only the world’s sixth largest country, the sheer size of its natural attractions and landmarks is also truly impressive. With sprawling national parks and deserts that are larger than whole countries combined, the vastness of this country contributes to why it’s so unique.
A taste of Restaurant Australia
In 2014 Tourism Australia invited 86 of the world’s most influential food and wine media to sample Australia’s freshest produce, explore world-class wine regions and dine in some breathtaking locations. Guests from 16 countries with a combined audience of 400 million followers visited Australia for an unforgettable food and wine adventure. Here is a taste of what they saw.
10 must-do destinations to explore in 2015
When Australia covers a total area of 7.69 million square kilometres and has a wealth of beautiful destinations including coastal towns and chic cities, it can be rather daunting to know where to begin your holiday. Discover this year’s must do destinations and let this list inspire and assist you during your planning process to create your ultimate Australian holiday.
What’s hot – Artisan bread straight from the oven
Melbourne Food & Wine Festival attracts over 250,000 visitors with its diverse and robust program that includes the World’s Longest Lunch and avant-garde tasting dishes from global culinary superstars. Each year the Festival Hub is centred around a theme, inspiring creativity and conversation by chefs and foodies alike. In 2015 the Festival Hub was designated the Artisan Bakery & Bar.
What's on in Australia this autumn
From sampling fresh Australian produce at a beachside food festival to enjoying arts and cultural events against a harbour sunset, there is plenty to see and do in Australia this autumn. Get up close with the locals, experience world-famous music festivals, enjoy the best of Australia’s food and wine and, most importantly, experience something new.