Vivid Sydney and other light shows around the world Vivid Sydney will yet again provide the city with roughly three weeks of incredible light displays, live music performances, and notable guest speakers when it kicks off May 24.
Holidays make for incredible experiences no matter what kind of traveller you are or where you decide to travel. But the downside of a holiday is that it can be quite costly. Thankfully there are economical options suited to all types of travellers.
October 10 marks Work Mental Heath Day, a day which aims to bring awareness and education to mental health issues, along with removing the stigma that is often attached to them. Mental health issues are present everywhere and many of us will either experience mental issues our self or will have a close family member or friend dealing with issues at some point.
Easter is upon us once again. For Christians it’s time to celebrate the resurrection of Christ and get together with family and friends, but some countries around the world celebrate the holiday a bit differently to us here in Australia. In some countries Easter means murder mysteries, while in others: self-flagellation. Some countries even use the holiday to rid the countryside of rabbits with large scale hunting competitions!
It is indeed true that sometimes it’s about the journey and not about the destination. This rings especially true when speaking of railway journeys. In the age of cars and planes there are still remarkable train trips, many which offer luxurious carriages with a constantly changing backdrop of breathtaking scenery.
There are many ways to experience animals up close and personal without harming or alarming them, so in celebration of World Animal Day, we are pleased to highlight our top picks for responsible wildlife experiences around the globe.