Blue Mountains Retreat


Blue Mountains’ Most Secluded Retreat Stone Xi’an warriors stand sentinel at the entrance way to the enticing hideaway Dantosa Blue Mountains Retreat but really there should be a sign – “Warning! Addictive”. Set amid the lush landscape of the Blue Mountains National Park, Dantosa isn’t a resort but it has all the comforts of one. It isn’t quite a holiday rental, though it was once a family home. It’s a compelling combination of the two… Read More »

IHG signs InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel France

IHG Intercontinental Hotels Group

InterContinental Hotels Group has signed InterContinental Bordeaux – Le Grand Hotel, France. Opening later this year, the hotel will be IHG’s sixth InterContinental Hotels & Resorts property in France, cementing its position as the largest luxury hotel brand in Europe. The historic 130-room property will be converted from the current Grand Hôtel de Bordeaux & Spa over the coming months. The Gordon Ramsay Group will oversee the hotel’s food and beverage offering. The hotel meets… Read More »

Q2Connect Appoints Robert Walker as Chief Technology Officer

Q2Connect Appoints New Chief Technology Officer

Q2Connect boosts its team to service growing demand Innovative social networking site for travel, education and lifestyle events, Q2Connect, is building its team to accommodate for growing demand with the appointment of Robert Walker as Chief Technology Officer. Mr Walker commenced his new role on 13 July 2015, and will work closely with Co-Founders Peter Mansour and Rhanda Mansour to further enhance customer experience and usability of the platform on a consumer level. Prior to… Read More »

Travel Trends on Rise in Australia

Travel Trends In Australia

 THE number of Chinese visitors to Australia rose to 901,400 over the last 12 months and,  if the trend continues, it will hit one million this year. FIVE years ago, the annual flow of visitors from China was a mere 479,600. “If the chart on Chinese tourists to Australia instead referred to home prices, observers would call it a    bubble,” CommSec chief economist Craig James said in a note on the data. But visitors from… Read More »

Women In Media Event Sydney – 1 July 2015

Women in Media

Women in Media Event on 1 July 2015 If you’re a woman working in media in NSW – starting up your career or returning from a break. This event is NOT one to be missed. BREAKING IN, BREAKING BACK Wednesday July 1 APRA|AMCOS PYRMONT Hear from a group of our most senior media executives about how to crack the journalism job market, how to pitch yourself and get paid what you’re worth. Between them, these… Read More »

How to Stay Active and Eat Well when Traveling


When we set off on our holiday or business trip, for most we don’t want to come back weighing more than we did when we left. We did some research and here are some tips for best ways to eat well and stay healthy when traveling Flying doesn’t mean you only have to eat the pre-packaged plane food. Simple tip is to bring your own food. Once you pass through customs any food you buy… Read More »