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Travel Notes

The phrase “happy campers” is used in everyday conversations, everywhere. But are campers really that happy? Well, the stats are in and it looks like the saying “happy campers” is founded in fact. Campers are happy! Or at least, happier than those who don’t go camping.

So you want to be happy, have lots of happy friends and enjoy the outdoors. Then read on it is a proven fact camping makes you happy.

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Vivid Sydney has bathed the New South Wales Capital in breathtaking colour and a dizzying array of special effects as the world’s largest festival of light, music, and ideas switches on for the next 23 nights. Featuring seven light precincts and more than 90 large scale light installations and projections, Vivid Sydney will run bigger, bolder, and brighter until 17 June.

“Over the next 23 days, visitors can take their pick of hundreds of events, including more than 284 Vivid...

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Once an overwhelming concept, travel to South America has never been easier. With direct flights from Sydney and Melbourne to Santiago (Chile), as well as flights via Auckland to Buenos Aires, Australia has never been so well connected to the raw beauty of South America.

A melting pot of multiculturalism, South America combines the warmth and passion of the Latin people with a strong European influence - including German, French, Spanish and Dutch colonial heritage - in an inclusive and dynamic...

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A new national project that brings an innovative, digital approach to health promotion for gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men about sexual health and wellbeing has gone live – propelled by decades of experience and the power of community connection.

Emen8 is a fresh and innovative digital resource for men where information about good sexual health is embedded in a broader context and a daily conversation about matters of...

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After four change-making years serving as a Director including three years as Co-Chair, Fran Bowron has announced she’s stepping down from the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras Board.

In a statement issued to Mardi Gras Members late last week, Fran said:

“I want to let you know first that I am resigning from the board with effect from Friday 12 May. After nearly 4 years on the board including 3 as Co-Chair, ...

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