Seven last minute getaways:Say no to long weekend holiday FOMO

On September 25, 2016 at 11:25 PM

26 September 2016: It’s not too late to avoid long weekend holiday FOMO with online travel site rounding up the best coastal, wine, country and city escapes where travellers can still check in for a mini-break.

From a spontaneous weekend with the bestie or a sneaky romantic getaway, here’s’s guide on where to score a last minute deal*:

1.    Melbourne, VIC Read more

Aussie lovers test, save and spice up their relationships with travel

On November 01, 2015 at 12:00 AM

New research by reveals Australian’s romantic interests, whether people are single or in a relationship, plays a significant role in deciding whether to book a holiday; and in many cases seeking love & romance is the sole reason for travel.

The ‘Holiday Lovers’ research found that many people choose destinations based on their ability to ‘pick-up’ a holiday fling. At the other end of the spectrum, others book last minute escapes to save a relationship that’s ‘on the rocks’. Read more

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One in four Aussies have booked a holiday after getting social media FOMO

On February 03, 2015 at 12:00 AM

Uploading a sun-kissed holiday selfie doesn’t just result in a few facebook ‘likes’, according to data*, which shows one in four (25%) Australian’s have booked a holiday after getting ‘FOMO’ seeing a friend’s travel photos on social media.

According to the 2015 survey, of 4100+ Australian’s: 

Generation Y is most likely to turn their social media scrolling into action, with over one in three (37%) people aged 18 to 34 years admitting they have booked a trip after getting social media envy. Of those, 29% went to the same destination as their social media friend and 57% went ‘somewhere even better’. Read more

Beat the Monday blues in 2015: Why Mondays hit hard for one in three Australians

On January 05, 2015 at 12:00 AM
Beat the Monday blues in 2015: Why Mondays hit hard for one in three Australians


The return to work after the weekend leads to feelings of dread for many Australians, according to leading travel and lifestyle site 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.

According to spokesperson, Louise Ryan, it’s no wonder so many Australians get the Monday blues, with many focusing on all work and no play. Read more

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