The return to work after the weekend leads to feelings of dread for many Australians, according to leading travel and lifestyle site lastminute.com.au latest travel trends data, which shows over one in three people (34%) don’t like Mondays.
The research also identified almost one in two (46%) Australians don’t switch off when they leave the office, answering work calls or emails on weekends or their days off. Plus, nearly half of Aussies surveyed (47%) didn’t take all of their annual leave in 2014.
Forget the annoying travel buddies, almost a third (32%) of Australians are planning to travel solo in 2015, according to a survey of 4100+ people by leading travel and lifestyle site lastminute.com.au.
The research revealed a real appetite for travelling alone, with 61% of the 4100+ respondents stating they have travelled solo previously, while a quarter (25%) of people who haven’t travelled solo would like to ‘at some point’.
With Australia Day just around the corner, leading travel and lifestyle site lastminute.com.au has released its ‘Aussie bucket list’ destination research which reveals one of our most iconic natural landmarks, Uluru has taken out the crown of Australia’s number one bucket list destination.
According to the survey, of 4100+ Australians, the top 10 Aussie bucket list destinations that people have not yet visited, but which they intend too, are:
1. Uluru, NT
2. Great Barrier Reef, QLD
3. The Kimberley, WA
4. The Whitsundays, QLD
5. Kakadu National Park, NT Read more
Australia’s style, fashion and coffee capital, Melbourne has taken out the position of the number one ‘wish list’ domestic city to visit in 2015, according to leading travel and lifestyle site lastminute.com.au.
In a survey, of 4100+ people, the top Australian ‘wish list’ cities to visit in 2015, are:
1. Melbourne, VIC
2. Perth, WA
3. Hobart, TAS
4. Sydney, NSW
5. Darwin, NT
6. Brisbane, QLD
7. Adelaide, SA
8. Canberra, ACT Read more