A Lazy Sunday In Qurindi

The term “lazy Sunday” can mean different things depending on who you ask. Lounging and watching a movie. Sleeping in perhaps. For me, a lazy Sunday is a picnic in the park. A stroll through the bush. A much-needed family connect day. The fourth Sunday of the month for my family is a great opportunity to spend time together and...

No Men Allowed: Tiny ‘SuperShe’ Island Near Finland To Open For Women Visitors Only

If you need a vacation from men, SuperShe island may be the place for you. SuperShe island is an exclusive getaway destination located off the coast of Finland that’s available only for women. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BNT7gYkknsU The goal of the island is to connect women of all ages through yoga, meditation, fitness classes, cooking and more. It’s run by SuperShe - a networking group with the goal of...

Steampunk HQ Museum Oamaru New Zealand

Steampunk is a quirky and fun genre of science fiction that features steam-powered technology. It is often set in an alternate, futuristic version of 19th century Victorian England. The Steampunk future is driven by unusual steam powered devices – the ‘world gone mad’ as Victorian people may have imagined it. Examples are machines like those in the writing of H....

Discover NSW’s Best Secret Camping Spots

Longer days, beautiful clear skies and lovely nights make the warmer months the ideal time of year to discover NSW’s secret campsites and hidden gems. The only problem is deciding where to camp. Luckily, NSW has some amazing coastal and bush camping spots that have remained under the radar, making for the ideal relaxed break away. Exploring some of the top hidden camping...

Chinese New Year Celebrations – 2018 Is The Year Of The Dog

Chinese New Year is celebrated by more than 20% of the world. It’s the most important holiday in China and to Chinese people all over. Here are 21 interesting facts that you probably didn’t know about Chinese New Year Chinese New Year is also known as the Spring Festival In China, you'll hear it being called chunjie (春节), or the Spring Festival....

Australian Celtic Festival In Glen Innes From May 3rd – May 6th

Every year crowds descend on Glen Innes (population 9000) for the Australian Celtic Festival. They are attracted by the unique Celtic experience, the opportunity to meet with friends and to enjoy famous country hospitality. The Festival attracts clans, cultural groups, dancers and performers from around the world. Visitors experience Celtic music and dance at four stages at the Festival’s main...

Plains of Plenty Gunnedah by Jade Punch

Before now you may feel that you could be excused for thinking you needed to search further afield for a hand-woven ball of wool, or a perfectly turned piece of wooden art. However, now it seems that with something as simple as a “meet and greet” at Gunnedah’s Plains of Plenty, I for one, am wondering how much I have...

An Outback Day Trip To Boggabri by Jade Punch

When boredom strikes and the feet begin to itch for a casual day trip it may come as a surprise to some when my family hit the road for Boggabri. The short 20-minute drive from Gunnedah leaves for more time spent lapping up what this quaint little town has to offer; lovely eateries and family fun. If you’re looking to...