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Travel Notes

It will be Chapel Street – but not as you know it. For ten days and nights from Thursday 20 July, Melbourne’s iconic Chapel Street will transform into Provocaré – a festival of the arts that no other shopping district in Australia has ever dared to stage.

Leap into a provocative world of music, theatre and mind-altering art. Featuring world-renowned acts and artists performing across the entire precinct and taking the diverse day and intriguing after-dark world of Chapel Street...

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Now in its 16th year, Australia’s foremost regional Community Arts and Cultural Festival, NOOSA alive! (formerly the Noosa Long Weekend Festival) will come alive with a wonderful mix of music, theatre, food and thoughtful seminars over 10 days in July.

“Our name change is important because the Noosa Long Weekend Festival has evolved into something much bigger than a regional Arts festival,” says Johanne Wright, Festival President. “These days it is a potent...

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Brisbane Festival has opened the portal to 22 days of wonder, unveiling the spectacular full program for September’s three-week city-wide celebration.

With more than 60 events including five world premiere commissions, 11 Australian premieres, 25 Queensland premieres, and a star-studded lineup of international luminaries, Australian legends and homegrown heroes, Brisbane Festival is set to envelope the city in a sea of pink, 9 – 30 September 2017.


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Today in Broken Hill, Member for Barwon, Kevin Humphries together with Deputy Premier, John Barilaro announced a special ‘NSW TrainLink Silver City Stiletto’ service will be bound for Broken Hill for the annual Broken Heel Festival to be held in September. Also in Broken Hill for the announcement was Pete Allaway (Chief Operating Officer) and Jenny Symes (Head of Communications) from Transport NSW TrainLink.

Kevin Humphries said the train will give festival goers the chance to start the party early...

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Sydney has been named Australia’s number one holiday destination and the world’s number two vacation city in the ‘Best Places to Visit’ list by a leading global holiday research company.

U.S. News & World Report travel editor, Gwen Shearman said Sydney was a unique destination for international travellers. “Sydney ranks highly for its iconic sites, friendly locals, adventurous spirit and world-class cuisine,” said Ms Shearman. “Few cities in the world can offer the...

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